27 de fev de 2011

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships - 30km cross country skiing men's pursuit




         No dia 27 de Fevereiro durante o FIS Nordic World Ski Championships ocorreu  30km cross country skiing men's pursuit em Oslo, Noruega. Petter Northug da Noruega ficou com a medalha de ouro, Maxim Vylegzhanin da Rússia ficou com a medalha de prata e Ilia Chernousov da Rússia ficou com a medalha de bronze.

Maxim Vylegzhanin, Petter Northug Jr, Ilia Chernousov


Maxim Vylegzhanin, Petter Northug Jr, Ilia Chernousov

Rank
Bib
FIS Code
Name
Nation
Time
FIS Points
 1
 4
 3420239
NOR 
 1:14:10.4
 0.00
 2
 6
 3480013
RUS 
 1:14:11.1
 0.22
 3
 24
 3480314
RUS 
 1:14:11.6
 0.38
 4
 38
 1125588
BLR 
 1:14:13.0
 0.82
 5
 13
 3420228
NOR 
 1:14:13.5
 0.98
 6
 5
 3500139
SWE 
 1:14:13.5
 0.98
 7
 10
 3290016
ITA 
 1:14:15.8
 1.70
 8
 23
 1178162
GER 
 1:14:16.9
 2.04
 9
 8
 3100006
CAN 
 1:14:16.9
 2.04
 10
 11
 1067291
ITA 
 1:14:19.8
 2.96
 11
 36
 3200001
GER 
 1:14:20.5
 3.18
 12
 16
 3100110
CAN 
 1:14:20.7
 3.24
 13
 26
 1139459
ITA 
 1:14:21.0
 3.33
 14
 35
 3420605
NOR 
 1:14:21.2
 3.40
 15
 28
 3100190
CAN 
 1:14:22.2
 3.71
 16
 25
 1283892
SWE 
 1:14:23.0
 3.96
 17
 19
 3420023
NOR 
 1:14:23.6
 4.15
 18
 15
 3180053
FIN 
 1:14:24.2
 4.34
 19
 2
 3480016
RUS 
 1:14:25.9
 4.88
 20
 20
 1248293
SWE 
 1:14:27.6
 5.41
 21
 12
 3480832
RUS 
 1:14:31.3
 6.57
 22
 14
 3190111
FRA 
 1:14:41.2
 9.69
 23
 7
 1345875
FRA 
 1:15:03.8
 16.80
 24
 1
 3510023
SUI 
 1:15:04.6
 17.05
 25
 27
 1223849
ITA 
 1:15:05.2
 17.24
 26
 32
 1106867
SVK 
 1:15:32.6
 25.86
 27
 3
 3500015
SWE 
 1:15:40.3
 28.28
 28
 47
 1292331
FIN 
 1:15:50.2
 31.39
 29
 18
 1285347
USA 
 1:16:20.3
 40.86
 30
 17
 1221036
GER 
 1:16:21.2
 41.15
 31
 9
 3150069
CZE 
 1:17:04.2
 54.67
 32
 29
 1286608
FRA 
 1:17:05.5
 55.08
 33
 33
 1363141
SUI 
 1:17:06.1
 55.27
 34
 22
 1100077
FRA 
 1:17:07.3
 55.65
 35
 42
 3460018
ROU 
 1:17:09.6
 56.37
 36
 21
 3200015
GER 
 1:17:11.4
 56.94
 37
 45
 3530489
USA 
 1:17:14.1
 57.79
 38
 49
 3390103
EST 
 1:17:15.0
 58.07
 39
 43
 1175155
CZE 
 1:17:17.7
 58.92
 40
 41
 1282728
AUT 
 1:17:36.7
 64.90
 41
 63
 3390074
EST 
 1:17:43.4
 67.01
 42
 31
 3300190
JPN 
 1:17:52.2
 69.77
 43
 39
 3180301
FIN 
 1:17:59.9
 72.20
 44
 51
 3670006
KAZ 
 1:18:00.4
 72.35
 45
 55
 3180016
FIN 
 1:18:13.4
 76.44
 46
 30
 1324729
CAN 
 1:18:35.1
 83.27
 47
 59
 3660013
BLR 
 1:18:46.8
 86.95
 48
 72
 3670032
KAZ 
 1:18:48.0
 87.33
 49
 62
 3670017
KAZ 
 1:19:03.2
 92.11
 50
 52
 3150000
CZE 
 1:19:27.1
 99.63
 51
 37
 1175058
CZE 
 1:19:27.4
 99.72
 52
 56
 1311925
SPA 
 1:19:27.6
 99.78
 53
 40
 1196883
USA 
 1:20:02.4
 110.73
 54
 34
 1362656
SUI 
 1:20:06.3
 111.96
 55
 46
 3530492
USA 
 1:20:08.8
 112.74
 56
 44
 3300021
JPN 
 1:20:10.9
 113.41
 57
 48
 1323468
EST 
 1:20:23.3
 117.31
 58
 50
 3220002
GBR 
 1:20:23.3
 117.31
 59
 61
 3090024
BUL 
 1:20:25.8
 118.09
 60
 60
 1277393
UKR 
 1:21:05.4
 130.55
 61
 71
 3670020
KAZ 
 1:21:10.4
 132.12
 62
 54
 3040011
AUS 
 1:21:53.6
 145.71
 63
 58
 3300209
JPN 
 1:22:34.5
 158.58
 64
 53
 3490026
SPA 
 1:22:38.1
 159.71
 65
 57
 3420365
NOR 
 1:23:20.9
 173.18
 66
 64
 3690018
UKR 
 1:23:36.9
 178.21
Lapped


 83
 3920002
VEN 



 82
 1287384
KEN 



 81
 3080013
BRA 



 80
 3080005
BRA 



 79
 3030004
ARG 



 78
 3770006
KGZ 



 77
 3040039
AUS 



 76
 3410002
NZE 



 75
 3040037
AUS 



 74
 3380009
CRO 



 73
 1291070
DAN 



 70
 3170006
DAN 



 69
 3040080
AUS 



 68
 3460021
ROU 



 66
 3410009
NZE 


Did not start


 84
 3920005
VEN 


Did not finish


 67
 3390002
EST 



 65
 3560087
SLO 






Petter Northug jr. NOR


There was an intense fight over medal positions at the front. I thought to myself this is probably the only possibility I will ever get to win a gold medal at my home track, and that thought gave me more motivation. This is the biggest thing you can experience.  Now I'm in the same company with Oddvar Brå, having a gold medal from my home track.  It was the fight between me and Marcus Hellner that most people came here to watch. It was fantastic to win.  There is nothing better you could experience. This has been my biggest dream ever since I discovered there would be Nordic Ski World Championships in Oslo. It is fantastic to have such luck and stand here. The audience was fantastic.


Maxim Vylegzhanin RUS

I'm really happy for the silver medal. It was a very tough fight. We have a strong team in Oslo. Our tactics was to remain in contact with the leaders and do well in the classic part. When Alex Harvey flew away we controled the gap so that he did not breake away completely. I attacked in the secon last uphill before stadium but Petter was faster.


Ilia Chernousov RUS

I must say that Alexander Legkov should have been here with us in the podium. He has had the best shape but had bad luck when he fell before the exchange and in the second last uphill before the stadium broke a pole. We will have a very strong team for the relay and I hope we will fight for medals. Of course Norway and Sweden will be strong. I'm excited to have won bronze medal.


Tão bom ver atletas de países que não tem neve:


Philip Boit

Cesar Baena

Fotos: Odd Andersen /AFP/Getty Images
           Philippe Montigny/Agence Zoom/Getty Images Europe
           Daniel Sannum Lauten/AFP/Getty Images

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