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Cross-country skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's 15 kilometre classical

The men's 15 kilometre classical cross-country skiing competition at the 2014 Sochi Olympics took place on 14 February at Laura Biathlon & Ski Complex.[1] Dario Cologna from Switzerland was the defending champion from Vancouver and was successful in defending the title. Johan Olsson and Daniel Richardsson from Sweden took silver and bronze.

Men's 15 kilometre classical
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Лыжные гонки на зимних Олимпийских играх 2014 — 15 км классическим стилем (мужчины).jpg
VenueLaura Biathlon & Ski Complex
Dates14 February
Competitors91 from 45 nations
Winning time38:29.7
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Dario Cologna  Switzerland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Johan Olsson  Sweden
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Daniel Richardsson  Sweden
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QualificationEdit

An athlete with a maximum of 100 FIS distance points (the A standard) will be allowed to compete in both or one of the event (sprint/distance). An athlete with a maximum 120 FIS sprint points will be allowed to compete in the sprint event and 10 km for women or 15 km for men provided their distance points do not exceed 300 FIS points. NOC's who do not have any athlete meeting the A standard can enter one competitor of each sex (known as the basic quota) in only 10 km classical event for women or 15 km classical event for men. They must have a maximum of 300 FIS distance points at the end of qualifying on January 20, 2014. The qualification period began in July 2012.[2]

ResultsEdit

The race was started at 14:00.[3]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Deficit
  35 Dario Cologna   Switzerland 38:29.7
  34 Johan Olsson   Sweden 38:58.2 +28.5
  43 Daniel Richardsson   Sweden 39:08.5 +38.8
4 13 Iivo Niskanen   Finland 39:08.7 +39.0
5 37 Lukáš Bauer   Czech Republic 39:28.6 +58.9
6 52 Chris Jespersen   Norway 39:30.6 +1:00.9
7 31 Alexander Bessmertnykh   Russia 39:37.7 +1:08.0
8 26 Axel Teichmann   Germany 39:42.4 +1.12.7
9 51 Alexey Poltoranin   Kazakhstan 39:43.2 +1:13.5
10 48 Marcus Hellner   Sweden 39:46.9 +1:17.2
11 49 Hannes Dotzler   Germany 39:49.9 +1:20.2
12 33 Eldar Rønning   Norway 40:02.8 +1:33.1
13 53 Martin Johnsrud Sundby   Norway 40:07.4 +1:37.7
14 29 Jens Filbrich   Germany 40:08.5 +1:38.8
15 28 Lars Nelson   Sweden 40:08.8 +1.39.1
16 47 Dmitry Japarov   Russia 40:10.7 +1:41.0
17 40 Sami Jauhojärvi   Finland 40.14.4 +1:44.7
18 45 Pål Golberg   Norway 40:14.5 +1.44.8
19 42 Stanislav Volzhentsev   Russia 40:15.0 +1:45.3
20 41 Matti Heikkinen   Finland 40:17.8 +1:48.1
21 44 Jean-Marc Gaillard   France 40:22.8 +1:53.1
22 25 Curdin Perl   Switzerland 40:27.8 +1:58.1
23 10 Martin Bajčičák   Slovakia 40:28.0 +1:58.3
24 11 Jonas Baumann   Switzerland 40.33.2 +2:03.5
25 46 Evgeniy Belov   Russia 40:36.8 +2:07.1
26 36 Tim Tscharnke   Germany 40:41.3 +2:11.6
27 60 Philipp Haelg   Liechtenstein 40:41.5 +2:11.8
28 14 Ville Nousiainen   Finland 40:52.6 +2:22.9
29 4 Maciej Kreczmer   Poland 40.58.7 +2:29.0
30 22 Francesco de Fabiani   Italy 41:00.8 +2:31.1
31 32 Noah Hoffman   United States 41:02.7 +2:33.0
32 30 Dietmar Nöckler   Italy 41:11.9 +2:42.2
33 7 Nikolay Chebotko   Kazakhstan 41.14.1 +2:44.4
34 21 Yevgeniy Velichko   Kazakhstan 41:16.4 +2:46.7
35 38 Devon Kershaw   Canada 41:17.1 +2:47.4
36 27 Mattia Pellegrin   Italy 41:20.1 +2:50.4
37 70 Andrew Young   Great Britain 41:29.6 +2:59.9
38 12 Erik Bjornsen   United States 41:44.7 +3:15.0
39 39 Ivan Babikov   Canada 41:49.2 +3:19.5
40 15 Aivar Rehemaa   Estonia 41.49.8 +3:20.1
41 20 Veselin Tzinzov   Bulgaria 42:06.3 +3:36.6
42 6 Algo Kärp   Estonia 42:16.5 +3.46.8
43 16 Adrien Backscheider   France 42.21.7 +3:52.0
44 9 Andrew Musgrave   Great Britain 42.25.7 +3.56.0
45 57 Karel Tammjärv   Estonia 42:27.7 +3.58.0
46 1 Sergey Mikayelyan   Armenia 42:39.1 +4:09.4
47 18 Brian Gregg   United States 42:42.0 +4:12.3
48 2 Fabio Pasini   Italy 42:42.3 +4.12.6
49 54 Alexander Lasutkin   Belarus 42:45.1 +4.15.4
50 55 Imanol Rojo   Spain 42:45.4 +4.15.7
51 64 Peter Mlynár   Slovakia 42:50.3 +4.20.6
52 23 Kris Freeman   United States 42:54.8 +4:25.1
53 17 Sergei Dolidovich   Belarus 42:55.4 +4:25.7
54 58 Yerdos Akhmadiyev   Kazakhstan 43:02.2 +4:32.5
55 65 Sebastian Gazurek   Poland 43:06.7 +4:37.0
56 5 Cyril Miranda   France 43:22.5 +4:52.8
57 3 Max Hauke   Austria 43:23.4 +4:53.7
58 68 Martin Møller   Denmark 43:29.7 +5:00.0
59 24 Michail Semenov   Belarus 43:36.0 +5:06.3
60 62 Edi Dadić   Croatia 43:38.8 +5:09.1
61 59 Raido Ränkel   Estonia 43:38.9 +5:09.2
62 8 Paul Constantin Pepene   Romania 43:39.4 +5:09.7
63 56 Javier Gutiérrez Cuevas   Spain 43:43.9 +5:14.2
64 69 Pawel Klisz   Poland 43:51.6 +5:21.9
65 19 Graeme Killick   Canada 44:04.8 +5:35.1
66 63 Maciej Staręga   Poland 44:07.1 +5:37.4
67 66 Callum Smith   Great Britain 44:14.7 +5:45.0
68 78 Hwang Jun-Ho   South Korea 44:34.8 +6:05.1
69 71 Oleksii Krasovskyi   Ukraine 44:35.4 +6:05.7
70 72 Vytautas Strolia   Lithuania 45:08.0 +6:38.3
71 73 Sabahattin Oğlago   Turkey 45:16.0 +6:46.3
72 81 Sun Qinghai   China 45:28.2 +6:58.5
73 75 Arvis Liepiņš   Latvia 45:36.2 +7:06.5
74 85 Sævar Birgisson   Iceland 45:44.2 +7:14.5
75 67 Callum Watson   Australia 45:46.5 +7:16.8
76 74 Phillip Bellingham   Australia 46:16.4 +7:46.7
77 61 Milanko Petrović   Serbia 46:42.2 +8:12.5
78 80 Milán Szabó   Hungary 47:01.3 +8:31.6
79 83 Sattar Seid   Iran 47:16.1 +8:46.4
80 86 Bold Byambadorj   Mongolia 48:29.6 +9:59.9
81 79 Darko Damjanovski   Macedonia 48:34.9 +10:05.2
82 87 Jan Rossiter   Ireland 48:44.6 +10:14.9
83 84 Federico Cichero   Argentina 49:11.3 +10:41.6
84 88 Tucker Murphy   Bermuda 49:19.9 +10:50.2
85 89 Nadeem Iqbal   India 55:12.5 +16:42.8
86 91 Dachhiri Sherpa   Nepal 55:39.3 +17:09.6
87 92 Roberto Carcelen   Peru 1:06:28.9 +27:59.2
50 Alex Harvey   Canada DNF
82 Jānis Paipals   Latvia DNF
77 Rejhan Šmrković   Serbia DNF
90 Gary di Silvestri   Dominica DNF
76 Artur Yeghoyan   Armenia DNS

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cross-country Skiing Schedule and Results". SOOC. Retrieved 11 January 2014.
  2. ^ "Qualification Systems for XXII Olympic Winter Games, Sochi 2014" (PDF). International Ski Federation. December 2011. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-01-16. Retrieved 10 November 2012.
  3. ^ "Final Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-02-20. Retrieved 2014-02-15.