Biathlon at the 1998 Winter Olympics – Women's sprint

The Women's 7.5 kilometre sprint biathlon competition at the 1998 Winter Olympics was held on 15 February, at Nozawa Onsen. Competitors raced over two 2.5 kilometre loops and one 3.0 kilometre loop of the skiing course, shooting two times, once prone and once standing. Each miss was penalized by requiring the competitor to race over a 150-metre penalty loop.[1]

Women's biathlon sprint
at the XVIII Olympic Winter Games
VenueNozawa Onsen
Dates15 February
Competitors64 from 24 nations
Winning time23:08.0
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Galina Kukleva  Russia
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Uschi Disl  Germany
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Katrin Apel  Germany
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ResultsEdit

Rank Bib Name Country Time Penalties Deficit
  33 Galina Kukleva   Russia 23:08.0 1 (1+0)
  35 Uschi Disl   Germany 23:08.7 1 (0+1) +0.7
  2 Katrin Apel   Germany 23:32.4 1 (0+1) +24.4
4 41 Soňa Mihoková   Slovakia 23:42.3 1 (0+1) +34.3
5 28 Yu Shumei   China 23:44.0 0 (0+0) +36.0
6 31 Anna Stera   Poland 23:53.1 2 (1+1) +45.1
7 22 Martina Jašicová   Slovakia 23:54.5 1 (1+0) +46.5
8 29 Mari Lampinen   Finland 23:55.2 0 (0+0) +47.2
9 54 Anna Murínová   Slovakia 23:56.7 0 (0+0) +48.7
10 39 Nathalie Santer   Italy 23:59.6 1 (1+0) +51.6
11 30 Olena Petrova   Ukraine 24:04.5 1 (1+0) +56.5
12 32 Andreja Grašič   Slovenia 24:05.2 1 (0+1) +57.2
13 58 Albina Akhatova   Russia 24:06.4 2 (1+1) +58.4
14 57 Emmanuelle Claret   France 24:08.7 1 (0+1) +1:00.7
15 62 Annette Sikveland   Norway 24:09.5 2 (1+1) +1:01.5
16 10 Petra Behle   Germany 24:09.9 2 (2+0) +1:01.9
17 44 Magdalena Forsberg   Sweden 24:19.5 3 (0+3) +1:11.5
18 40 Margarita Dulova   Kazakhstan 24:21.7 1 (0+1) +1:13.7
19 60 Tetyana Vodopyanova   Ukraine 24:23.3 0 (0+0) +1:15.3
20 61 Inna Sheshkil   Kazakhstan 24:32.9 1 (0+1) +1:24.9
21 25 Nina Lemesh   Ukraine 24:39.8 1 (0+1) +1:31.8
22 20 Irina Tananayko   Belarus 24:42.5 0 (0+0) +1:34.5
23 48 Liv Grete Skjelbreid   Norway 24:44.0 3 (2+1) +1:36.0
24 45 Svetlana Paramygina   Belarus 24:50.0 2 (0+2) +1:42.0
25 27 Corinne Niogret   France 24:54.7 2 (1+1) +1:46.7
26 55 Eva Háková   Czech Republic 24:58.6 1 (1+0) +1:50.6
27 16 Olga Romasko   Russia 25:03.6 3 (2+1) +1:55.6
28 3 Nataliya Moroz   Belarus 25:04.7 0 (0+0) +1:56.7
29 34 Ekaterina Dafovska   Bulgaria 25:06.7 2 (0+2) +1:58.7
30 51 Martina Zellner   Germany 25:09.8 2 (2+0) +2:01.8
31 14 Éva Tófalvi   Romania 25:10.3 2 (1+1) +2:02.3
32 47 Myriam Bédard   Canada 25:11.3 0 (0+0) +2:03.3
33 64 Kristina Sabasteanski   United States 25:12.2 1 (1+0) +2:04.2
34 36 Ieva Cederštrēma   Latvia 25:12.7 2 (1+1) +2:04.7
35 8 Jiřína Pelcová   Czech Republic 25:14.5 1 (0+1) +2:06.5
36 18 Tadeja Brankovič   Slovenia 25:20.1 3 (2+1) +2:12.1
37 13 Ann Elen Skjelbreid   Norway 25:22.8 4 (1+3) +2:14.8
38 49 Michelle Collard   Canada 25:26.1 0 (0+0) +2:18.1
39 17 Sun Ribo   China 25:29.0 3 (1+2) +2:21.0
40 15 Irena Česneková   Czech Republic 25:30.4 3 (1+2) +2:22.4
41 12 Pavlina Filipova   Bulgaria 25:34.8 3 (1+2) +2:26.8
42 63 Halina Guńka   Poland 25:39.0 5 (3+2) +2:31.0
43 5 Florence Baverel   France 25:39.6 1 (0+1) +2:31.6
44 7 Anna Sprung   Russia 25:42.7 4 (0+4) +2:34.7
45 26 Agata Suszka   Poland 25:45.1 3 (0+3) +2:37.1
46 19 Katja Holanti   Finland 25:46.2 2 (2+0) +2:38.2
47 42 Kerryn Rim   Australia 25:49.1 2 (1+1) +2:41.1
48 23 Deborah Nordyke   United States 25:50.5 2 (0+2) +2:42.5
49 1 Iryna Merkushina   Ukraine 25:58.6 3 (1+2) +2:50.6
50 59 Kristina Brounéus   Sweden 26:05.3 2 (1+1) +2:57.3
51 9 Eva-Karin Westin   Sweden 26:07.8 1 (1+0) +2:59.8
52 53 Nataliya Ryzhenkova   Belarus 26:10.5 4 (1+3) +3:02.5
53 46 Hiromi Seino   Japan 26:13.5 4 (4+0) +3:05.5
54 21 Anne Briand-Bouthiaux   France 26:16.1 5 (3+2) +3:08.1
55 56 Ryoko Takahashi   Japan 26:34.2 5 (2+3) +3:26.2
56 4 Gunn Margit Andreassen   Norway 26:36.2 4 (3+1) +3:28.2
57 38 Kateřina Losmanová   Czech Republic 26:51.7 3 (1+2) +3:43.7
58 37 Stacey Wooley   United States 27:03.0 3 (1+2) +3:55.0
59 52 Lucija Larisi   Slovenia 27:14.9 4 (1+3) +4:06.9
60 24 Maria Schylander   Sweden 27:46.9 4 (2+2) +4:38.9
61 11 Mie Takeda   Japan 28:10.1 6 (4+2) +5:02.1
62 6 Elena Gorohova   Moldova 28:21.5 5 (2+3) +5:13.5
63 50 Bernadett Dira   Hungary 28:48.9 5 (3+2) +5:40.9
64 43 Zsuzsanna Bekecs   Hungary 29:50.3 6 (3+3) +6:42.3

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Nagano 1998 Official Report - Volume 3" (PDF). Nagano Olympics Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. 1998. Archived from the original (PDF) on May 6, 2010. Retrieved February 8, 2013.