Olexander Bilanenko

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Olexander Bilanenko
Full name Olexander Viktorovich Bilanenko
Born (1978-01-08) 8 January 1978 (age 39)
Sumy,  Soviet Union
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Ski club ZSU
World Cup career
Seasons 1999/00–2013/14
Updated on 26 December 2014.

Olexander Viktorovich Bilanenko (Ukrainian: Олександр Вікторович Біланенко) (born January 8, 1978 in Sumy) is a former Ukrainian biathlete.

He retired from the sport at the end of the 2013–14 season.[1]

Performances[edit]

Level Year Event IN SP PU MS RL MRL
BWCH 2000 Norway Oslo, Norway
Finland Lahti, Finland
69 49 44 8
EBCH 2001 France Maurienne, France DNF 22 DNS 4
BWCH 2001 Slovenia Pokljuka, Slovenia 41 51 53 13
OLY 2002 United States Salt Lake City, United States 68 7
EBCH 2002 Finland Kontiolahti, Finland 33 2
EBCH 2003 Italy Forni Avoltri, Italy 1 5
BWCH 2003 Russia Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia 53 46 DNS 10
BWCH 2004 Germany Oberhof, Germany 8 9 27 8 7
EBCH 2004 Belarus Minsk, Belarus 8 12 12 DSQ
EBCH 2005 Russia Novosibirsk, Russia DNF 10 8 2
BWCH 2005 Austria Hochfilzen, Austria 67 67 9 10
OLY 2006 Italy Torino, Italy 49 34 DNS 7
EBCH 2006 Germany Langdorf, Germany 6 7 DNF 2
BWCH 2007 Italy Rasen-Antholz, Italy 18 21 38 19 8
EBCH 2007 Bulgaria Bansko, Bulgaria 8 13 DNS 4
BWCH 2008 Sweden Östersund, Sweden 44 46 10
EBCH 2008 Czech Republic Nové Město na Moravě, Czech Republic 42 6
BWCH 2009 South Korea Pyeongchang, South Korea 16 76 5 11
OLY 2010 Canada Vancouver, Canada 22 8
BWCH 2011 Russia Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia 25 42 3 8
BWCH 2012 Germany Ruhpolding, Germany 58
BWCH 2013 Czech Republic Nové Město na Moravě, Czech Republic 73

World Cup[edit]

Podiums[edit]

Season Place Competition Placement
2000-01 Austria Hochfilzen, Austria Relay 2

Positions[edit]

Season Individual Sprint Pursuit Mass starts TOTAL
1999-00 40 63
2000-01 58 78
2001-02 73 74 84
2002-03 45 58
2003-04 22 45 42 26 36
2004-05 32 27 19 16 20
2005-06 79 71 87
2006-07 41 48 57 36 48
2007-08 24 71 58
2008-09 20 70 57 55
2009-10 31 97 70 68
2010-11 54 64 53 61
2011-12 47 72 56 58
2012-13 66 55 67

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paone, Francesco (19 December 2014). "Serguei Sednev retires with immediate effect". Snowalps. Neve Italia. Retrieved 25 December 2014. 

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