Biathlon at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Women's sprint

The Women's 7.5 kilometre sprint biathlon competition of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics was held at Whistler Olympic Park in Whistler, British Columbia on 13 February 2010. This competition started at 1:00 PM PST.

Women's sprint
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
Biathlon pictogram.svg
Pictogram for biathlon
VenueWhistler Olympic Park
Date13 February
Competitors89 from 31 nations
Winning time19:55.6
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Anastasiya Kuzmina  Slovakia
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Magdalena Neuner  Germany
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Marie Dorin  France
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ResultsEdit

Rank Bib Name Country Time Penalties (P+S) Deficit
  19 Anastasiya Kuzmina   Slovakia 19:55.6 1 (1+0)
  31 Magdalena Neuner   Germany 19:57.1 1 (0+1) +1.5
  10 Marie Dorin   France 20:06.5 0 (0+0) +10.9
4 47 Anna Boulygina   Russia 20:07.5 0 (0+0) +12.1
5 29 Elena Khrustaleva   Kazakhstan 20:20.4 0 (0+0) +24.8
6 67 Marie-Laure Brunet   France 20:23.3 0 (0+0) +27.7
7 25 Olga Zaitseva   Russia 20:23.4 0 (0+0) +27.8
8 37 Darya Domracheva   Belarus 20:27.4 0 (0+0) +31.8
DSQ (9) 44 Teja Gregorin   Slovenia 20:29.2 0 (0+0) +33.6
9 63 Ann Kristin Aafedt Flatland   Norway 20:29.7 1 (0+1) +34.1
10 60 Oksana Khvostenko   Ukraine 20:38.9 0 (0+0) +43.3
11 50 Helena Jonsson   Sweden 20:42.5 0 (0+0) +46.9
12 15 Svetlana Sleptsova   Russia 20:43.1 0 (0+0) +47.5
13 27 Éva Tófalvi   Romania 20:45.1 0 (0+0) +49.5
14 28 Sandrine Bailly   France 20:45.3 2 (1+1) +49.7
15 71 Anna Maria Nilsson   Sweden 20:45.5 0 (0+0) +49.9
16 70 Liudmila Kalinchik   Belarus 20:46.1 0 (0+0) +50.5
17 75 Olena Pidhrushna   Ukraine 20:47.3 1 (0+1) +51.7
18 18 Magda Rezlerová   Czech Republic 20:51.0 0 (0+0) +55.4
19 43 Anna Carin Olofsson-Zidek   Sweden 20:53.5 1 (1+0) +57.9
20 81 Krystyna Pałka   Poland 20:54.3 0 (0+0) +58.7
21 49 Olga Medvedtseva   Russia 21:01.6 1 (1+0) +1:06.0
22 32 Valj Semerenko   Ukraine 21:08.3 0 (0+2) +1:12.7
23 58 Veronika Vítková   Czech Republic 21:10.9 0 (0+0) +1:15.3
24 21 Diana Rasimovičiūtė   Lithuania 21:11.2 2 (1+1) +1:15.6
25 11 Simone Hauswald   Germany 21:14.1 2 (1+1) +1:18.5
26 56 Andrea Henkel   Germany 21:15.7 2 (1+1) +1:20.1
27 84 Nadezhda Skardino   Belarus 21:17.6 0 (0+0) +1:22.0
28 89 Sylvie Becaert   France 21:21.6 2 (1+1) +1:26.0
29 38 Kati Wilhelm   Germany 21:27.2 3 (2+1) +1:31.6
30 20 Andreja Mali   Slovenia 21:32.6 0 (0+0) +1:37.0
31 86 Song Chaoqing   China 21:38.2 2 (1+1) +1:42.6
32 45 Tora Berger   Norway 21:42.1 2 (1+1) +1:46.5
33 13 Vita Semerenko   Ukraine 21:42.3 3 (0+3) +1:46.7
34 73 Magdalena Gwizdoń   Poland 21:48.9 0 (0+2) +1:53.3
35 26 Weronika Nowakowska   Poland 21:49.4 3 (0+3) +1:53.8
36 41 Dijana Ravnikar   Slovenia 21:49.7 1 (0+1) +1:54.1
37 59 Katja Haller   Italy 21:51.0 1 (0+1) +1:55.4
38 87 Mihaela Purdea   Romania 21:52.2 1 (0+1) +1:56.6
39 66 Jana Gerekova   Slovakia 21:54.0 3 (1+2) +1:58.4
40 12 Sofia Domeij   Sweden 21:55.0 1 (0+1) +1:59.4
41 54 Agnieszka Cyl   Poland 21:55.2 0 (0+2) +1:59.6
42 46 Michela Ponza   Italy 21:55.7 2 (1+1) +2:00.1
43 51 Fuyuko Suzuki   Japan 21:58.0 1 (1+0) +2:02.4
44 65 Sara Studebaker   United States 22:05.3 1 (0+1) +2:09.7
45 76 Megan Tandy   Canada 22:07.7 0 (0+0) +2:12.1
46 5 Karin Oberhofer   Italy 22:08.9 3 (1+2) +2:13.3
47 80 Gerda Krumina   Latvia 22:09.3 1 (0+1) +2:13.7
48 62 Dana Plotogea   Romania 22:12.3 0 (0+2) +2:16.7
49 74 Wang Chunli   China 22:13.4 3 (3+0) +2:17.8
50 39 Liu Xianying   China 22:14.6 3 (1+2) +2:19.0
51 24 Anna Lebedeva   Kazakhstan 22:15.1 0 (0+2) +2:19.5
52 3 Natalia Levchenkova   Moldova 22:18.2 2 (1+1) +2:22.6
53 35 Martina Halinarova   Slovakia 22:19.0 2 (1+1) +2:23.4
54 68 Eveli Saue   Estonia 22:23.3 2 (1+1) +2:27.7
55 57 Selina Gasparin   Switzerland 22:23.4 4 (2+2) +2:27.8
56 16 Madara Līduma   Latvia 22:23.8 4 (2+2) +2:28.2
57 85 Marina Lebedeva   Kazakhstan 22:27.0 1 (0+1) +2:31.4
58 69 Kaisa Mäkäräinen   Finland 22:27.3 3 (0+3) +2:31.7
59 53 Zdeňka Vejnarová   Czech Republic 22:28.5 2 (1+1) +2:32.9
60 6 Kong Yingchao   China 22:30.9 2 (1+1) +2:35.3
61 7 Nina Klenovska   Bulgaria 22:32.4 3 (1+2) +2:36.8
62 17 Mun Ji-Hee   South Korea 22:34.1 2 (1+1) +2:38.5
63 48 Kadri Lehtla   Estonia 22:34.2 2 (2+0) +2:38.6
64 64 Zina Kocher   Canada 22:35.8 3 (1+2) +2:40.2
65 83 Gro Kristiansen   Norway 22:41.0 5 (3+2) +2:45.4
66 61 Lyubov Filimonova   Kazakhstan 22:44.4 2 (1+1) +2:48.8
67 52 Mari Laukkanen   Finland 22:45.0 4 (3+1) +2:49.4
68 36 Liga Glazere   Latvia 22:47.7 1 (0+1) +2:52.1
69 23 Liv Kjersti Eikeland   Norway 22:51.9 4 (1+3) +2:56.3
70 77 Veronika Zvařičová   Czech Republic 22:52.9 0 (0+2) +2:57.3
71 22 Rosanna Crawford   Canada 23:04.6 0 (0+0) +3:09.0
72 78 Roberta Fiandino   Italy 23:11.6 4 (3+1) +3:16.0
73 1 Olga Nazarova   Belarus 23:11.7 3 (0+3) +3:16.1
74 55 Tadeja Brankovič-Likozar   Slovenia 23:13.3 4 (1+3) +3:17.7
75 30 Megan Imrie   Canada 23:17.0 3 (1+2) +3:21.4
76 9 Laura Spector   United States 23:18.1 2 (1+1) +3:22.5
77 82 Lanny Barnes   United States 23:26.0 1 (1+0) +3:30.4
78 72 Zanna Juskane   Latvia 23:32.4 3 (1+2) +3:36.8
79 33 Haley Johnson   United States 23:35.4 4 (1+3) +3:39.8
80 79 Lubomira Kalinova   Slovakia 23:47.2 5 (3+2) +3:51.6
81 34 Sarah Murphy   New Zealand 23:49.7 3 (2+1) +3:54.1
82 2 Kristel Viigipuu   Estonia 23:57.1 0 (0+2) +4:01.5
83 88 Sirli Hanni   Estonia 23:57.8 2 (2+0) +4:02.2
84 4 Alexandra Stoian   Romania 24:04.6 4 (3+1) +4:09.0
85 40 Panagiota Tsakiri   Greece 24:28.8 3 (1+2) +4:33.2
86 42 Victoria Padial Hernandez   Spain 24:55.5 2 (1+1) +4:59.9
87 8 Tanja Karišik   Bosnia and Herzegovina 25:24.1 2 (2+0) +5:28.5
14 Andrijana Stipaničić   Croatia DNS

Teja Gregorin was the only competitor who failed the 2017 doping retests from the 2010 Winter Olympics. In October 2017, the International Biathlon Union said that her two samples tested positive for GHRP-2, a banned substance which stimulates the body to produce more growth hormone, in samples taken the week before competition started.[1] She was disqualified in December 2017.[2]

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