2010–11 Biathlon World Cup – World Cup 4

The 2010–11 Biathlon World Cup - World Cup 4 was held in Oberhof, Germany, from 5 January until 9 January 2011.

Schedule of eventsEdit

The time schedule of the event stands below[1]

Date Time Events
January 5 17:30 CET Men's 4 x 7.5 km Relay
January 6 19:30 CET Women's 4 x 6 km Relay
January 7 17:30 CET Men's 10 km Sprint
January 8 17:40 CET Women's 7.5 km Sprint
January 9 15:30 CET Men's 15 km Mass start
18:10 CET Women's 12.5 km Mass Start

Medal winnersEdit

MenEdit

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
4 x 7.5 km Relay
details
  Germany
Christoph Stephan
Alexander Wolf
Arnd Peiffer
Michael Greis
1:23:53.0
(1+3) (0+0)
(1+3) (0+0)
(0+2) (0+2)
(0+3) (0+3)
  Czech Republic
Zdeněk Vítek
Jaroslav Soukup
Ondřej Moravec
Michal Šlesingr
1:26:15.8
(0+1) (0+0)
(0+2) (1+3)
(1+3) (0+0)
(0+2) (1+3)
  Norway
Alexander Os
Lars Berger
Rune Brattsveen
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
1:26:17.0
(0+2) (2+3)
(0+1) (4+3)
(0+1) (0+2)
(0+0) (0+2)
10 km Sprint
details
Tarjei Bø
  Norway
25:49.7
(0+1)
Arnd Peiffer
  Germany
26:06.4
(0+1)
Michal Šlesingr
  Czech Republic
26:10.4
(0+0)
15 km Mass Start
details
Tarjei Bø
  Norway
39:51.3
(0+1+0+1)
Emil Hegle Svendsen
  Norway
39:53.7
(1+0+2+0)
Ivan Tcherezov
  Russia
39:55.4
(0+0+1+1)

WomenEdit

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
4 x 6 km Relay
details
  Sweden
Jenny Jonsson
Anna Carin Olofsson-Zidek
Anna Maria Nilsson
Helena Ekholm
1:17:53.1
(0+1) (0+0)
(0+0) (1+3)
(0+1) (0+2)
(0+1) (0+0)
  France
Anais Bescond
Marie Dorin
Pauline Macabies
Marie Laure Brunet
1:18:45.4
(0+2) (0+2)
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+0) (3+3)
(0+0) (0+2)
  Belarus
Nadezhda Skardino
Darya Domracheva
Nadzeya Pisareva
Liudmila Kalinchik
1:19:24.5
(0+0) (1+3)
(0+0) (0+3)
(0+2) (0+2)
(0+2) (0+1)
7.5 km Sprint
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Ann Kristin Flatland
  Norway
23:29.5
(1+0)
Magdalena Neuner
  Germany
23:35.2
(1+1)
Andrea Henkel
  Germany
23:44.7
(0+1)
12.5 km Mass Start
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Helena Ekholm
  Sweden
39:22.9
(0+0+0+0)
Andrea Henkel
  Germany
39:24.5
(0+1+1+0)
Svetlana Sleptsova
  Russia
39:28.1
(0+0+0+0)

AchievementsEdit

Best performance for all time
First World Cup race

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Oberhof World Cup schedule". Archived from the original on 2010-12-30. Retrieved 2010-12-18.

Coordinates: 50°42′N 10°43′E / 50.700°N 10.717°E / 50.700; 10.717