1999–2000 Biathlon World Cup

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The 1999–2000 Biathlon World Cup was a multi-race tournament over a season of biathlon, organised by the International Biathlon Union. The season started on 2 December 1999 in Hochfilzen, Austria, and ended on 19 March 2000 in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia. It was the twenty-third season of the Biathlon World Cup.

1999–00 World Cup
Discipline Men Women
Overall France Raphaël Poirée Sweden Magdalena Forsberg
Nations Cup Germany Germany Germany Germany
Individual Germany Frank Luck Sweden Magdalena Forsberg
Sprint Norway Ole Einar Bjørndalen Sweden Magdalena Forsberg
Pursuit Norway Ole Einar Bjørndalen Sweden Magdalena Forsberg
Mass start France Raphaël Poirée Russia Galina Koukleva
Relay Norway Norway Russia Russia
Competition

CalendarEdit

Below is the IBU World Cup calendar for the 1999–2000 season.[1]

Location Date Individual Sprint Pursuit Mass start Relay
  Hochfilzen[2] 2–5 December
  Pokljuka[3] 8–12 December
  Pokljuka[4][N 1] 15–19 December
  Oberhof[5] 5–9 January
  Ruhpolding[6] 12–16 January
  Antholz-Anterselva[7] 20–23 January
  Östersund[8] 11–13 February
  Oslo[9] 19–27 February
  Lahti[10] 9–12 March
  Khanty-Mansiysk[11] 17–19 March
Total 4 8 9 4 6

World Cup podiumsEdit

MenEdit

Stage Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib
(After competition)
Det.
1 2 December 1999   Hochfilzen 20 km Individual   Ole Einar Bjørndalen   Ruslan Lysenko   Frank Luck   Ole Einar Bjørndalen Detail
1 4 December 1999   Hochfilzen 12.5 km Pursuit   Ole Einar Bjørndalen   Frank Luck   Sven Fischer Detail
2 8 December 1999   Pokljuka 10 km Sprint   Frode Andresen   Pavel Rostovtsev   Ole Einar Bjørndalen Detail
2 10 December 1999   Pokljuka 12.5 km Pursuit   Frode Andresen   Peter Sendel   Vyacheslav Derkach Detail
3 15 December 1999   Brezno-Osrblie 20 km Individual   Raphaël Poirée   Vadim Sashurin   Frank Luck Detail
3 17 December 1999   Brezno-Osrblie 10 km Sprint   Frode Andresen   Sven Fischer   Frank Luck Detail
3 19 December 1999   Brezno-Osrblie 15 km Mass Start   Vladimir Drachev   Vadim Sashurin   Sven Fischer Detail
4 6 January 2000   Oberhof 10 km Sprint   Ole Einar Bjørndalen   Frank Luck   Raphaël Poirée Detail
4 7 January 2000   Oberhof 12.5 km Pursuit   Ole Einar Bjørndalen   Peter Sendel   Zdeněk Vítek Detail
5 12 January 2000   Ruhpolding 15 km Mass Start   Ricco Groß   Raphaël Poirée   Sven Fischer Detail
5 15 January 2000   Ruhpolding 10 km Sprint   Ricco Groß   Vadim Sashurin   Raphaël Poirée Detail
5 16 January 2000   Ruhpolding 12.5 km Pursuit   Halvard Hanevold   Ole Einar Bjørndalen   Raphaël Poirée Detail
6 20 January 2000   Antholz-Anterselva 10 km Sprint   Raphaël Poirée   Ole Einar Bjørndalen   Frode Andresen Detail
6 22 January 2000   Antholz-Anterselva 12.5 km Pursuit   Ole Einar Bjørndalen   Frode Andresen   Raphaël Poirée Detail
7 11 February 2000   Östersund 10 km Sprint   Frode Andresen   Wolfgang Rottmann   Ole Einar Bjørndalen Detail
7 13 February 2000   Östersund 12.5 km Pursuit   Frode Andresen   Pavel Rostovtsev   Ricco Groß   Raphaël Poirée Detail
WC 19 February 2000   Oslo Holmenkollen 10 km Sprint   Frode Andresen   Pavel Rostovtsev   René Cattarinussi Detail
WC 20 February 2000   Oslo Holmenkollen 12.5 km Pursuit   Frank Luck   Pavel Rostovtsev   Raphaël Poirée Detail
WC 23 February 2000   Oslo Holmenkollen 20 km Individual   Wolfgang Rottmann   Ludwig Gredler   Frank Luck Detail
WC 26 February 2000   Oslo Holmenkollen 15 km Mass Start   Raphaël Poirée   Pavel Rostovtsev   Ole Einar Bjørndalen Detail
8 9 March 2000   Lahti 20 km Individual   Halvard Hanevold   Carsten Heymann   Sven Fischer Detail
8 12 March 2000   Lahti 12.5 km Pursuit   Sven Fischer   Peter Sendel   Frode Andresen Detail
9 17 March 2000   Khanty-Mansiysk 10 km Sprint   Vadim Sashurin   Devis Da Canal   Sven Fischer Detail
9 18 March 2000   Khanty-Mansiysk 12.5 km Pursuit   Sven Fischer   Raphaël Poirée   Sergei Rozhkov Detail
9 19 March 2000   Khanty-Mansiysk 15 km Mass Start   René Cattarinussi   Pavel Rostovtsev   Frode Andresen Detail

WomenEdit

Stage Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib
(After competition)
Det.
1 3 December 1999   Hochfilzen 15 km Individual   Galina Koukleva   Magdalena Forsberg   Corinne Niogret   Galina Koukleva Detail
1 4 December 1999   Hochfilzen 10 km Pursuit   Corinne Niogret   Albina Akhatova   Magdalena Forsberg   Corinne Niogret Detail
2 9 December 1999   Pokljuka 7.5 km Sprint   Magdalena Forsberg   Maria Strelenko   Corinne Niogret   Magdalena Forsberg Detail
2 10 December 1999   Pokljuka 10 km Pursuit   Olena Zubrilova   Magdalena Forsberg   Tetyana Vodopyanova Detail
3 16 December 1999   Brezno-Osrblie 15 km Individual   Uschi Disl   Svetlana Ishmouratova   Pavlina Filipova Detail
3 18 December 1999   Brezno-Osrblie 7.5 km Sprint   Gro Marit Istad   Olena Petrova   Irina Nikulchina Detail
3 19 December 1999   Brezno-Osrblie 12.5 km Mass Start   Andrea Henkel   Svetlana Ishmouratova   Olena Petrova Detail
4 5 January 2000   Oberhof 7.5 km Sprint   Olena Zubrilova   Emmanuelle Claret   Nathalie Santer Detail
4 7 January 2000   Oberhof 10 km Pursuit   Olena Zubrilova   Magdalena Forsberg   Svetlana Ishmouratova Detail
5 12 January 2000   Ruhpolding 12.5 km Mass Start   Galina Koukleva   Magdalena Forsberg   Olena Petrova Detail
5 15 January 2000   Ruhpolding 7.5 km Sprint   Nathalie Santer   Katrin Apel   Olga Pyleva Detail
5 16 January 2000   Ruhpolding 10 km Pursuit   Martina Zellner   Corinne Niogret   Magdalena Forsberg Detail
6 21 January 2000   Antholz-Anterselva 7.5 km Sprint   Martina Glagow   Martina Zellner   Andrea Henkel Detail
6 22 January 2000   Antholz-Anterselva 10 km Pursuit   Andrea Henkel   Galina Koukleva   Magdalena Forsberg Detail
7 12 February 2000   Östersund 7.5 km Sprint   Galina Koukleva   Svetlana Ishmouratova   Florence Baverel Detail
7 13 February 2000   Östersund 10 km Pursuit   Martina Glagow   Svetlana Tchernousova   Svetlana Ishmouratova Detail
WC 19 February 2000   Oslo Holmenkollen 7.5 km Sprint   Liv Grete Skjelbreid   Katrin Apel   Martina Zellner Detail
WC 20 February 2000   Oslo Holmenkollen 10 km Pursuit   Magdalena Forsberg   Uschi Disl   Florence Baverel Detail
WC 22 February 2000   Oslo Holmenkollen 15 km Individual   Corinne Niogret   Yu Shumei   Magdalena Forsberg Detail
WC 26 February 2000   Oslo Holmenkollen 12.5 km Mass Start   Liv Grete Skjelbreid   Galina Koukleva   Corinne Niogret Detail
8 9 March 2000   Lahti 15 km Individual   Olena Zubrilova   Andrea Henkel   Magdalena Forsberg Detail
8 12 March 2000   Lahti 10 km Pursuit   Olena Zubrilova   Magdalena Forsberg   Andrea Henkel Detail
9 16 March 2000   Khanty-Mansiysk 7.5 km Sprint   Olena Zubrilova   Olga Pyleva   Martina Glagow Detail
9 18 March 2000   Khanty-Mansiysk 10 km Pursuit   Magdalena Forsberg   Corinne Niogret   Olena Zubrilova Detail
9 19 March 2000   Khanty-Mansiysk 12.5 km Mass Start   Martina Zellner   Olena Zubrilova   Olena Petrova Detail

Men's teamEdit

Event Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third
1 5 December 1999   Hochfilzen 4x7.5 km Relay   Austria
Wolfgang Perner
Ludwig Gredler
Günther Beck
Wolfgang Rottmann
  Norway
Egil Gjelland
Frode Andresen
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
Halvard Hanevold
  Germany
Ricco Groß
Frank Luck
Peter Sendel
Sven Fischer
2 11 December 1999   Pokljuka 4x7.5 km Relay   Norway
Egil Gjelland
Frode Andresen
Halvard Hanevold
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
  Russia
Sergei Rozhkov
Vyacheslav Kunayev
Vladimir Drachev
Pavel Rostovtsev
  Germany
Frank Luck
Peter Sendel
Carsten Heymann
Sven Fischer
4 9 January 2000   Oberhof 4x7.5 km Relay   Norway
Egil Gjelland
Halvard Hanevold
Dag Bjørndalen
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
  Germany
Frank Luck
Sven Fischer
Ricco Gross
Peter Sendel
  Czech Republic
Ivan Masařík
Roman Dostál
Marian Málek
Zdeněk Vítek
5 13 January 2000   Ruhpolding 4x7.5 km Relay   Germany
Frank Luck
Sven Fischer
Peter Sendel
Ricco Gross
  Norway
Egil Gjelland
Halvard Hanevold
Dag Bjørndalen
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
  Russia
Viktor Maigourov
Sergei Rozhkov
Vladimir Drachev
Pavel Rostovtsev
6 23 January 2000   Antholz-Anterselva 4x7.5 km Relay   Russia
Viktor Maigourov
Sergei Rozhkov
Pavel Rostovtsev
Vladimir Drachev
  Germany
Frank Luck
Alexander Wolf
Ricco Gross
Sven Fischer
  Norway
Halvard Hanevold
Egil Gjelland
Sylfest Glimsdal
Stig-Are Eriksen
WC 11 March 2000   Lahti 4x7.5 km Relay   Russia
Viktor Maigourov
Sergei Rozhkov
Vladimir Drachev
Pavel Rostovtsev
  Norway
Egil Gjelland
Frode Andresen
Halvard Hanevold
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
  Germany
Frank Luck
Peter Sendel
Sven Fischer
Ricco Gross

Women's teamEdit

Event Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third
1 5 December 1999   Hochfilzen 4x6 km Relay   Norway
Gro Marit Istad
Ann-Elen Skjelbreid
Liv Grete Skjelbreid
Gunn Margit Andreassen
  Germany
Uschi Disl
Simone Greiner
Katja Beer
Martina Zellner
  Russia
Mariya Strelenko
Galina Kukleva
Svetlana Tchernousova
Albina Akhatova
2 12 December 1999   Pokljuka 4x6 km Relay   Russia
Albina Akhatova
Galina Kukleva
Mariya Strelenko
Svetlana Ishmouratova
  Ukraine
Olena Zubrilova
Olena Petrova
Nataliya Tereshchenko
Tetyana Vodopyanova
  Bulgaria
Pavlina Filipova
Irina Nikulchina
Radka Popova
Iva Karagiozova
4 8 January 2000   Oberhof 4x6 km Relay   Russia
Olga Pyleva
Galina Kukleva
Svetlana Tchernousova
Svetlana Ishmouratova
  Germany
Uschi Disl
Katrin Apel
Katja Beer
Andrea Henkel
  France
Sylvie Becaert
Emmanuelle Claret
Delphyne Burlet
Corinne Niogret
5 14 January 2000   Ruhpolding 4x6 km Relay   Germany
Uschi Disl
Katrin Apel
Andrea Henkel
Martina Zellner
  Russia
Olga Pyleva
Galina Kukleva
Svetlana Tchernousova
Svetlana Ishmouratova
  Ukraine
Iryna Merkushina
Olena Petrova
Nina Lemesh
Olena Zubrilova
6 23 January 2000   Antholz-Anterselva 4x6 km Relay   Germany
Andrea Henkel
Martina Glagow
Katrin Apel
Martina Zellner
  Russia
Olga Pyleva
Galina Kukleva
Mariya Strelenko
Svetlana Ishmouratova
  Ukraine
Iryna Merkushina
Olena Petrova
Nina Lemesh
Olena Zubrilova
WC 25 February 2000   Oslo 4x6 km Relay   Russia
Olga Pyleva
Svetlana Tchernousova
Galina Kukleva
Albina Akhatova
  Germany
Uschi Disl
Katrin Apel
Andrea Henkel
Martina Zellner
  Ukraine
Olena Zubrilova
Olena Petrova
Nina Lemesh
Tetyana Vodopyanova
8 10 March 2000   Lahti 4x6 km Relay   Germany
Uschi Disl
Katrin Apel
Andrea Henkel
Martina Zellner
  Russia
Olga Pyleva
Svetlana Tchernousova
Galina Kukleva
Albina Akhatova
  Ukraine
Olena Zubrilova
Olena Petrova
Nina Lemesh
Nataliya Tereshchenko

Standings: MenEdit

OverallEdit

Pos. Points
     Raphaël Poirée 470
2.   Ole Einar Bjørndalen 448
3.   Sven Fischer 434
4.   Pavel Rostovtsev 384
5.   Frank Luck 379
  • Final standings after 25 races.

Standings: WomenEdit

OverallEdit

Pos. Points
     Magdalena Forsberg 510
2.   Olena Zubrilova 424
3.   Corinne Niogret 411
4.   Galina Kukleva 389
5.   Andrea Henkel 378
  • Final standings after 25 races.

AchievementsEdit

Victory in this World Cup (all-time number of victories in parentheses)

RetirementsEdit

Following notable biathletes retired after the 1999–2000 season:


FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Originally scheduled to be held in Brezno-Osrblie, Slovakia

ReferencesEdit

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