6 de mar de 2011

IBU Biathlon World Championships - Women's 10km Pursuit





     
  
       No dia 6 de Março durante o IBU Biathlon World Championships aconteceu Women's 10km Pursuit (perseguição) em Khanty-Mansiysk, Rússia. Kaisa Mäkäräinen da Filândia ficou com a medalha de ouro, Magdalena Neuner da Alemanha ficou com a medalha de prata e Helena Ekholm da Suécia ficou com a medalha de bronze.




 Magdalena Neuner, Kaisa Makarainen, Helena Ekholm


POS
BIB

NAME
NAT.
SHOOTING
T
RESULT

1
2
yr
FIN
0+0+0+0
0
30:00.1
0.0
2
1

GER
0+0+0+2
2
30:21.7
+21.6
3
5

SWE
0+0+0+0
0
31:43.7
+1:43.6
4
20

GER
0+0+0+0
0
32:00.8
+2:00.7
5
7

NOR
1+0+0+1
2
32:29.1
+2:29.0
6
3

SVK
2+1+0+3
6
33:00.0
+2:59.9
7
9

GER
0+0+4+0
4
33:12.4
+3:12.3
8
17

SVK
0+0+1+2
3
33:15.8
+3:15.7
9
28

ITA
0+0+0+0
0
33:17.3
+3:17.2
10
6

RUS
1+2+0+0
3
33:24.6
+3:24.5
11
21

RUS
0+0+1+2
3
33:26.1
+3:26.0
12
4

RUS
1+1+3+1
6
33:30.2
+3:30.1
13
11

SWE
0+2+0+0
2
33:37.0
+3:36.9
14
23

ITA
1+0+1+0
2
33:46.8
+3:46.7
15
8

FRA
0+1+2+0
3
33:52.1
+3:52.0
16
16

BLR
0+0+0+1
1
33:58.2
+3:58.1
17
18

UKR
2+1+2+0
5
34:05.6
+4:05.5
18
14

SLO
0+1+2+1
4
34:12.8
+4:12.7
19
31

UKR
0+0+1+0
1
34:18.1
+4:18.0
20
22

UKR
1+1+1+1
4
34:21.3
+4:21.2
21
39

FRA
1+0+0+0
1
34:21.5
+4:21.4
22
25

CZE
0+0+1+2
3
34:30.5
+4:30.4
23
40

ITA
0+0+0+0
0
34:42.3
+4:42.2
24
10

UKR
1+3+2+0
6
35:02.6
+5:02.5
25
12

SWE
1+0+2+2
5
35:03.6
+5:03.5
26
27

GER
1+1+1+1
4
35:03.9
+5:03.8
27
13

POL
1+1+1+2
5
35:11.4
+5:11.3
28
15

ROU
0+1+2+2
5
35:18.2
+5:18.1
29
19

SLO
1+0+2+2
5
35:46.7
+5:46.6
30
33

AUT
2+0+0+2
4
35:53.2
+5:53.1
31
24

NOR
1+0+3+1
5
35:53.5
+5:53.4
32
32

POL
1+0+1+0
2
36:07.2
+6:07.1
33
30

SLO
0+2+1+0
3
36:07.6
+6:07.5
34
56

CZE
0+0+0+1
1
36:13.0
+6:12.9
35
26

BLR
1+1+2+4
8
36:18.3
+6:18.2
36
45

SWE
2+1+2+2
7
36:20.1
+6:20.0
37
51

ARM
0+0+1+1
2
36:20.9
+6:20.8
38
48

USA
1+1+0+2
4
37:14.3
+7:14.2
39
35

FRA
0+0+2+2
4
37:15.0
+7:14.9
40
38

CHN
0+1+0+2
3
37:54.5
+7:54.4
41
36

KAZ
0+1+2+2
5
38:13.1
+8:13.0
DNS
34

NOR




DNS
44

FRA




DNS
49

ITA




DNS
55

SUI




DNS
60

LTU




LAP
29

FIN
2+2+2+2
8


LAP
37

JPN
0+2+2+4
8


LAP
41

JPN
1+0+2+



LAP
42

EST
3+1+2+



LAP
43

NOR
1+2+1+0
4


LAP
46

BUL
1+1+1+2
5


LAP
47

RUS
2+2+0+



LAP
50

BLR
1+0+1+1
3


LAP
52

KAZ
0+0+1+2
3


LAP
53

AND
0+1+2+



LAP
54

GBR
2+1+0+



LAP
57

USA
0+1+1+2
4


LAP
58

KAZ
0+2+0+



LAP
59

FIN
1+0+1+





Kaisa Mäkäräinen - FIN


“I am trying to believe what has happened, but it is hard to believe. It has been an amazing two days. I am really happy, because the races have been really good. Both of them have been worthy of medals.”
I think it was a lot more difficult yesterday. Today was a lot of fun. I was a lot more relaxed. I felt that I did not have to be perfect today; I could be satisfied with even one mistake. But it was a perfect day, almost like when I first won in Östersund.”
 “I did not realize that the lead was maybe 12 seconds. I thought it was much less. I was afraid that she might catch me, so I went as hard as I could.”


Magdalena Neuner - GER


“I thought (the two penalties) it was okay. I have had really good competitions including today and I am only human; not a machine…Everybody can miss two targets…I saw that Kaisa was 8 seconds ahead of me. I knew that I could not fight with her. She is very strong and so am I, but eight seconds is a lot…so I wanted to make a cooldown in that lap and enjoy my Silver medal.”


Helena Ekholm - SWE


It was hard to win. It took two years to get a medal; it feels really good now.”
She admitted that being alone for most of the competition was a trying experience. “It was tough, because I saw no one, but I knew that a lot of people were hunting me.”

Mais/more: http://www5.biathlonworld.com/en/press_releases.html/do/detail?presse=1246

Fotos: Christophe Pallot/Agence Zoom/Getty Images Europe

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