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Biathlon at the 2010 Winter Paralympics – Men's pursuit

The Men's Pursuit competition of the Vancouver 2010 Paralympics is held at Whistler Olympic Park in Whistler, British Columbia. The competition is scheduled for Saturday, March 13.[1]

Men's Pursuit
at the X Paralympic Winter Games
Biathlon - Paralympic pictogram.svg
VenueWhistler Olympic Park
DatesMarch 13
2006
2014

2 x 3 km Visually ImpairedEdit

 
From left to right: Andrey Tokarev (guide) and Nikolay Polukhin of Russia (silver), Volodymyr Ivanov (guide) and Vitaliy Lukyanenko of Ukraine (gold), and Vasili Shaptsiabol and his guide Mikalai Shablouski of Belarus (bronze).

In the biathlon 2 x 3 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 Qualification Rank Time Difference
  14 Vitaliy Lukyanenko
Guide: Volodymyr Ivanov
  Ukraine 9:24.74 1 Q 10:54.3
  12 Nikolay Polukhin
Guide: Andrey Tokarev
  Russia 9:42.01 3 Q 11:09.2 +14.9
  16 Vasili Shaptsiaboi
Guide: Mikalai Shablouski
  Belarus 9:45.64 5 Q 11:16.0 +21.7
4 15 Wilhelm Brem
Guide: Florian Grimm
  Germany 9:41.89 2 Q 11:48.3 +54.0
5 13 Irek Mannanov
Guide: Salavat Gumerov
  Russia 9:43.17 4 Q 12:01.7 +1:07.4
6 9 Brian McKeever
Guide: Robin McKeever
  Canada 10:14.30 6 Q 12:02.7 +1:08.4
7 4 Dmytro Shulga
Guide: Sergei Kucheryaviy
  Ukraine 10:45.27 8 Q 12:54.0 +1:59.7
8 11 Thomas Clarion
Guide: Tommy Terraz
  France 10:29.32 7 Q 13:09.3 +2:15.0
9 10 Iurii Utkin
Guide: Vitalii Kazakov
  Ukraine 11:01.53 9 Q 13:44.5 +2:50.2
10 1 Hak-Su Im
Guide: Yoon-Bae Park
  South Korea 11:41.39 10 Q 14:39.5 +3:45.2
11 3 Frank Höfle
Guide: Johannes Wachlin
  Germany 12:28.91 11
12 7 Jarmo Ollanketo
Guide: Marko Toermaenen
  Finland 12:46.60 12
13 2 Alexei Novikov
Guide: Jamie Stirling
  Canada 13:31.20 13
14 8 Hakan Axelsson
Guide: Mattias Westman
  Sweden 16:00.07 14
5 Marian Balaz
Guide:
  Slovakia DNS
6 Zebastian Modin
Guide:
  Sweden DNS

2 x 2.4 km SittingEdit

Rank Bib Name Country Time Qualification Rank Time Difference
  19 Irek Zaripov   Russia 8:18.84 1 Q 9:51.0
  21 Iurii Kostiuk   Ukraine 8:58.99 7 Q 10:38.9 +47.9
  25 Andy Soule   United States 8:38.48 3 Q 10:53.1 +1:02.1
4 2 Sergiy Khyzhniak   Ukraine 8:51.21 6 Q 10:59.8 +1:08.8
5 20 Vladimir Kiselev   Russia 8:46.36 4 Q 11:00.9 +1:09.9
6 4 Sergey Shilov   Russia 8:21.67 2 Q 11:04.6 +1:13.6
7 1 Vladimir Gajcidiar   Slovakia 8:46.36 5 Q 11:13.1 +1:22.1
8 3 Aliaksandr Davidovich   Belarus 9:27.86 11 Q 11:44.5 +1:53.5
9 22 Kozo Kubo   Japan 9:05.89 8 Q 12:25.0 +2:34.0
10 5 Bruno Huber   Switzerland 9:11.53 9 Q 12:27.9 +2:36.9
11 12 Romain Rosique   France 9:46.87 12 Q 12:38.0 +2:47.0
12 17 Ruslan Samchenko   Ukraine 9:21.06 10 Q 13:03.4 +3:12.4
13 13 Georges Bettega   France 9:46.97 13
14 15 Robert Wator   Poland 9:54.47 14
15 16 Kamil Rosiek   Poland 9:54.83 15
16 11 Thierry Raoux   France 10:10.25 16
17 23 Trygve Toskedal Larsen   Norway 10:18.47 17
18 10 Hiroyuki Nagata   Japan 10:22.93 18
19 8 Manfred Lehner   Austria 10:29.43 19
20 18 Roman Petushkov   Russia 10:48.90 20
21 9 Roland Rüpp   Italy 10:57.59 21
22 24 Enzo Masiello   Italy 10:58.11 22
23 6 Lou Gibson   Canada 11:40.26 23
24 14 Barys Pronka   Belarus 11:57.16 24
25 7 Sylwester Flis   Poland 12:32.18 25

StandingEdit

 
From left to right: Grygorii Vovchynskyi of Ukraine (bronze), Kirill Mikhaylov of Russia (gold), and Nils-Erik Ulset of Norway (silver).
Rank Bib Name Country Time Qualification Rank Time Difference
  17 Kirill Mikhaylov   Russia 8:55.37 2 Q 10:32.2
  18 Nils-Erik Ulset   Norway 9:19.44 3 Q 10:51.3 +19.1
  16 Grygorii Vovchynskyi   Ukraine 8:48.50 1 Q 10:58.9 +26.7
4 4 Josef Giesen   Germany 9:32.14 5 Q 10:59.6 +27.4
5 8 Vyacheslav Laykov   Russia 9:43.60 9 Q 11:06.3 +34.1
6 6 Valery Darovskikh   Russia 9:33.99 6 Q 11:06.5 +34.3
7 3 Mark Arendz   Canada 9:39.87 7 Q 11:32.0 +59.8
8 7 Vitalii Sytnyk   Ukraine 9:55.39 12 Q 11:38.4 +1:06.2
9 14 Yannick Bourseaux   France 9:26.20 4 Q 11:45.9 +1:13.7
10 11 Yoshihiro Nitta   Japan 9:55.02 11 Q 11:48.7 +1:16.5
11 1 Oleg Balukhto   Russia 9:54.83 10 Q 11:52.9 +1:20.7
12 2 Keiichi Sato   Japan 9:41.82 8 Q 12:37.1 +2:04.9
5 Jan Kolodziej   Poland 10:05.62 13
9 Thomas Oelsner   Germany 10:06.63 14
13 Oleh Leshchyshyn   Ukraine 10:15.14 15
10 Alfis Makamedinov   Russia 10:21.03 16
12 Rushan Minnegulov   Russia 10:50.07 17
19 Siarhei Silchanka   Belarus 10:50.42 18
15 Michael Kurz   Austria 11:14.33 19

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Biathlon Schedule and Results". The official website of the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver. Retrieved 2010-03-13.[dead link]
  2. ^ OFFICIAL RESULTS / RÉSULTATS OFFICIELS(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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