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Biathlon at the 2010 Winter Paralympics – Men's individual

The Men's individual competition of the Vancouver 2010 Paralympics is held at Whistler Olympic Park in Whistler, British Columbia. The competition is scheduled for Wednesday, March 17.[1]

Men's Individual
at the X Paralympic Winter Games
Biathlon - Paralympic pictogram.svg
VenueWhistler Olympic Park
DatesMarch 17
2006

12.5 km Visually ImpairedEdit

In the biathlon 12.5 km visually impaired, the athlete with a visual impairement has a sighted guide.[2] The two skiers are considered a team, and dual medals are awarded.[3]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
  7 Wilhelm Brem
Guide: Florian Grimm
  Germany 38:28.6
  11 Nikolay Polukhin
Guide: Andrey Tokarev
  Russia 38:32.7 +4.1
  10 Vitaliy Lukyanenko
Guide: Volodymyr Ivanov
  Ukraine 38:55.5 +26.9
4 9 Vasili Shaptsiaboi
Guide: Mikalai Shablouski
  Belarus 40:47.6 +2:19.0
5 4 Thomas Clarion
Guide: Stephane Passeron
  France 41:44.9 +3:16.3
6 3 Oleg Munts
Guide: Borys Babar
  Ukraine 45:58.3 +7:29.7
7 8 Irek Mannanov
Guide: Salavat Gumerov
  Russia 46:18.0 +7:49.4
8 5 Dmytro Shulga
Guide: Sergiy Kucheryaviy
  Ukraine 50:19.6 +11:51.0
9 1 Iurii Utkin
Guide: Vitaliy Kazakov
  Ukraine 51:05.5 +12:36.9
10 2 Alexei Novikov
Guide: Jamie Stirling
  Canada 56:30.2 +18.01.6
6 Brian McKeever
Guide: Robin McKeever
  Canada DNS

12.5 km SittingEdit

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
  17 Irek Zaripov   Russia 42:22.4
  21 Vladimir Kiselev   Russia 42:29.9 +7.5
  15 Roman Petushkov   Russia 43:11.0 +48.6
4 20 Andy Soule   United States 44:26.2 +2:03.8
5 19 Iurii Kostiuk   Ukraine 44:33.8 +2:11.4
6 16 Kozo Kubo   Japan 44:39.6 +2:17.2
7 18 Trygve Toskedal Larsen   Norway 47:15.5 +4:53.1
8 6 Sergey Shilov   Russia 47:16.5 +4:54.1
9 13 Sergiy Khyzhnyak   Ukraine 47:29.4 +5:07.0
10 14 Aliaksandr Davidovich   Belarus 48:26.6 +6:04.2
11 9 Bruno Huber   Switzerland 50:01.2 +7:37.8
12 7 Vladimir Gajdiciar   Slovakia 50:24.9 +8:02.5
13 12 Romain Rosique   France 50:28.7 +8:06.3
14 5 Robert Wator   Poland 51:51.0 +9:28.6
15 10 Georges Bettega   France 51:51.7 +9:29.3
16 1 Ruslan Samchenko   Ukraine 51:59.5 +9:37.1
17 8 Kamil Rosiek   Poland 53:22.3 +10:59.9
18 11 Lou Gibson   Canada 53:38.8 +11:16.4
19 3 Hiroyuki Nagata   Japan 54:56.7 +12:34.3
20 2 Thierry Raoux   France 55:23.2 +13:00.8
21 4 Manfred Lehner   Austria 58:11.4 +15:49.0

12.5 km StandingEdit

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
  15 Nils-Erik Ulset   Norway 38:29.4
  16 Grygorii Vovchynskyi   Ukraine 39:28.5 +59.1
  13 Josef Giesen   Germany 41:25.0 +2:55.6
4 11 Kirill Mikhaylov   Russia 41:47.2 +3:17.8
5 10 Siarhei Silchanka   Belarus 41:51.8 +3:22.4
6 3 Oleh Leshchyshyn   Ukraine 42:18.8 +3:49.4
7 14 Yannick Bourseaux   France 42:34.7 +4:05.3
8 6 Vitalii Sytnyk   Ukraine 43:19.8 +4:50.4
9 17 Michael Kurz   Austria 44:35.8 +6:06.4
10 12 Thomas Oelsner   Germany 44:49.4 +6:20.0
11 2 Alfis Makamedinov   Russia 45:18.7 +6:49.3
12 8 Valery Darovskikh   Russia 46:05.1 +7:35.7
13 1 Vyacheslav Laykov   Russia 46:08.8 +7:39.4
14 5 Keiichi Sato   Japan 47:35.5 +9:06.1
15 4 Oleg Balukhto   Russia 49:02.8 +10:33.4
16 9 Mark Arendz   Canada 49:52.6 +11:23.2
17 7 Rushan Minnegulov   Russia 51:33.7 +13:04.3

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Biathlon Schedule and Results". The official website of the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver. Archived from the original on 13 March 2010. Retrieved 2010-03-17. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  2. ^ OFFICIAL RESULTS / RÉSULTATS OFFICIELS Archived May 15, 2010, at the Wayback Machine(Google Quick view), The Official site for the 2010 Winter Paralympics
  3. ^ Visually impaired skiers put fate in guide's hands, thestar.com, March 13, 2010

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