5 de mar de 2011

IBU Biathlon World Championships - women's 7,5km sprint




       No dia 5 de Março durante IBU Biathlon World Championships ocorreu women's 7,5km sprint em Khanty-Mansiysk, Rússia.  Magdalena Neuner da Alemanha ficou com a medalha de ouro, Kaisa Maekaeraeinen da Filândia ficou com a medalha de prata e Anastasiya Kuzmina da Slovakia ficou com a medalha de bronze.




POS
BIB

NAME
NAT.
SHOOTING
T
RESULT

1
5

GER
0+0
0
20:31.2
0.0
2
48
r
FIN
0+0
0
20:43.4
+12.2
3
7

SVK
0+1
1
21:11.2
+40.0
4
56

RUS
0+0
0
21:18.9
+47.7
5
17

SWE
0+0
0
21:32.2
+1:01.0
6
14

RUS
0+0
0
21:47.5
+1:16.3
7
32

NOR
1+1
2
21:54.2
+1:23.0
8
16

FRA
0+0
0
22:02.9
+1:31.7
9
46

GER
1+1
2
22:06.9
+1:35.7
10
50

UKR
0+1
1
22:09.6
+1:38.4
11
47

SWE
0+1
1
22:12.7
+1:41.5
12
6

SWE
0+0
0
22:17.1
+1:45.9
13
20

POL
0+0
0
22:17.8
+1:46.6
14
4

SLO
0+1
1
22:20.3
+1:49.1
15
36

ROU
0+0
0
22:21.3
+1:50.1
16
13

BLR
0+0
0
22:21.7
+1:50.5
17
49

SVK
0+1
1
22:22.2
+1:51.0
18
44

UKR
1+1
2
22:28.0
+1:56.8
19
38

SLO
0+1
1
22:29.1
+1:57.9
20
35
y
GER
1+1
2
22:32.1
+2:00.9
21
87

RUS
0+1
1
22:33.1
+2:01.9
22
86

UKR
0+1
1
22:35.7
+2:04.5
23
1

ITA
1+0
1
22:37.1
+2:05.9
24
85

NOR
0+0
0
22:37.8
+2:06.6
25
26

CZE
0+1
1
22:40.8
+2:09.6
26
31

BLR
1+2
3
22:44.7
+2:13.5
27
68

GER
2+0
2
22:47.6
+2:16.4
28
92

ITA
0+1
1
23:03.0
+2:31.8
29
28

FIN
1+0
1
23:07.1
+2:35.9
30
10

SLO
0+1
1
23:14.1
+2:42.9
31
29

UKR
1+2
3
23:17.9
+2:46.7
32
51

POL
0+1
1
23:20.2
+2:49.0
33
30

AUT
0+3
3
23:20.3
+2:49.1
=34
24

NOR
0+2
2
23:26.4
+2:55.2
=34
74

FRA
1+1
2
23:26.4
+2:55.2
36
9

KAZ
1+0
1
23:27.2
+2:56.0
37
25

JPN
0+1
1
23:27.5
+2:56.3
38
53

CHN
0+0
0
23:27.7
+2:56.5
39
55

FRA
0+2
2
23:30.2
+2:59.0
40
57

ITA
1+0
1
23:31.8
+3:00.6
41
63

JPN
0+0
0
23:32.3
+3:01.1
42
23

EST
0+1
1
23:32.7
+3:01.5
43
59

NOR
1+1
2
23:34.7
+3:03.5
44
11

FRA
2+0
2
23:38.7
+3:07.5
45
64

SWE
3+1
4
23:40.1
+3:08.9
46
42

BUL
1+0
1
23:49.5
+3:18.3
47
95

RUS
1+0
1
23:52.4
+3:21.2
48
18

USA
1+2
3
23:56.6
+3:25.4
49
76

ITA
0+1
1
24:03.3
+3:32.1
50
61

BLR
1+2
3
24:05.3
+3:34.1
51
2

ARM
2+1
3
24:10.9
+3:39.7
52
102

KAZ
0+1
1
24:11.9
+3:40.7
53
21

AND
0+0
0
24:12.7
+3:41.5
54
62

GBR
0+2
2
24:16.8
+3:45.6
=55
8

SUI
1+2
3
24:22.3
+3:51.1
=55
45

CZE
1+2
3
24:22.3
+3:51.1
57
99

USA
1+1
2
24:26.1
+3:54.9
58
78

KAZ
0+1
1
24:28.7
+3:57.5
59
83

FIN
0+0
0
24:29.1
+3:57.9
60
19

LTU
2+1
3
24:32.2
+4:01.0
61
39

CAN
2+3
5
24:34.5
+4:03.3
62
84

CZE
1+1
2
24:34.9
+4:03.7
63
101

EST
1+1
2
24:37.0
+4:05.8
64
60

SUI
1+1
2
24:39.1
+4:07.9
65
70

BLR
1+1
2
24:40.2
+4:09.0
66
67

EST
3+1
4
24:47.0
+4:15.8
67
27

BUL
2+1
3
24:47.6
+4:16.4
68
43

KAZ
0+2
2
24:48.2
+4:17.0
69
80

POL
2+1
3
24:48.7
+4:17.5
70
34

CHN
3+2
5
24:52.9
+4:21.7
71
100

CZE
1+2
3
24:53.8
+4:22.6
72
71

USA
2+2
4
24:58.8
+4:27.6
73
22

LAT
1+3
4
24:59.1
+4:27.9
74
37

KOR
0+3
3
25:04.3
+4:33.1
75
82

SVK
1+3
4
25:05.0
+4:33.8
76
94

POL
1+1
2
25:15.2
+4:44.0
77
41

AUT
1+3
4
25:21.7
+4:50.5
78
54

LAT
2+1
3
25:26.8
+4:55.6
79
40

USA
3+2
5
25:29.8
+4:58.6
80
81

EST
2+1
3
25:37.3
+5:06.1
81
93

CHN
1+2
3
25:39.8
+5:08.6
82
88

JPN
1+3
4
25:48.1
+5:16.9
83
65

ROU
3+1
4
25:54.1
+5:22.9
84
98

GBR
3+0
3
25:56.0
+5:24.8
85
52

NZL
0+3
3
25:56.6
+5:25.4
86
79

BUL
1+4
5
26:01.8
+5:30.6
87
72

CHN
1+1
2
26:03.4
+5:32.2
88
97

JPN
2+3
5
26:08.8
+5:37.6
89
77

GBR
1+1
2
26:14.7
+5:43.5
90
89

ROU
2+3
5
26:28.4
+5:57.2
91
33

GBR
4+2
6
26:35.6
+6:04.4
92
66

SVK
4+1
5
26:40.8
+6:09.6
93
58

LTU
1+2
3
26:42.7
+6:11.5
94
73

KOR
1+2
3
26:52.6
+6:21.4
95
96

FIN
3+3
6
26:53.8
+6:22.6
96
90

BUL
2+3
5
26:57.6
+6:26.4
97
12

KOR
3+0
3
27:05.6
+6:34.4
98
69

LTU
3+1
4
27:44.8
+7:13.6
99
103

SVK
3+2
5
28:10.9
+7:39.7
100
3

BIH
2+2
4
28:37.6
+8:06.4
101
75

LAT
1+4
5
29:03.6
+8:32.4
102
15

MDA
3+2
5
30:12.7
+9:41.5
DNF
91

KOR
1+





 Magdalena Neuner


“I do not think it is important whether you start five or fifty. Conditions were good for all of the athletes. I tried to run very fast today. I was very concentrated at the shooting range which was very important. When I was in the mixed zone and saw Kaisa had zero mistakes; it became very exciting for me. I was very nervous and had to wait, but I am the lucky winner.”


Kaisa Maekaeraeinen


“I remember that week and got the idea to try biathlon. At that time, it only looked much more fun and interesting than cross-country. Now I think it was definitely thinking it was good to switch from cross-country to biathlon…I have done a lot of work to get this medal.”

Anastasiya Kuzmina


“I was sick and like any athlete, the World Championships are very important. Of course I felt disappointed after the missed target, but I did my best on the last loop.” The Olympic gold medalist was not completely satisfied with the Bronze medal, adding, “It is nice to have this one, but as usual, I want more.”



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