FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2009 – Women's 10 kilometre classical

The Women's 10 kilometre classical at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2009 was held on 19 February 2009 at 11:30 CET. A 5 km qualifying event took place on 18 February.

Women's 10 km classical interval start
at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2009
Cross country skiing pictogram.svg
VenueLiberec
Date19 February 2009
Competitors75 from 29 nations
Winning time28:12.8
Medalists
gold medal    Finland
silver medal    Italy
bronze medal    Poland
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Organizing Committee chair Katerina Neumannová of the Czech Republic is two-time defending champion, but retired after the 2006–07 season.[1][2] The top ten finishers of the 5 km event advanced to the 10 km event on the 19th.[3] Saarinen won her first individual gold medal as a follow-up to her relay gold medal at the previous championships in Sapporo, leading at all time marks. Longa and Kowalczyk both earned their first medals at the championships. The top three 5 km qualifiers, Smyth, Li and Kashiwabara, finished 51st, 55th, and did not start respectively.[4]

ResultsEdit

Rank Bib Athlete Country Time Deficit
  76 Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Finland 28:12.8
  74 Marianna Longa   Italy 28:17.0 +4.2
  62 Justyna Kowalczyk   Poland 28:24.3 +11.5
4 73 Virpi Kuitunen   Finland 28:29.9 +17.1
5 69 Valentina Shevchenko   Ukraine 28:41.8 +29.0
6 71 Kristin Størmer Steira   Norway 28:59.1 +46.3
7 66 Pirjo Muranen   Finland 29:17.5 +1:04.7
8 59 Masako Ishida   Japan 29:19.9 +1:07.1
9 64 Sara Renner   Canada 29:29.0 +1:16.2
10 68 Therese Johaug   Norway 29:33.7 +1:20.9
11 58 Olga Rocheva   Russia 29:39.3 +1:26.5
12 44 Anna Olsson   Sweden 29:42.4 +1:29.6
13 50 Svetlana Malahova   Kazakhstan 29:45.1 +1:32.3
14 48 Lina Andersson   Sweden 29:46.3 +1:33.5
15 70 Petra Majdič   Slovenia 29:49.4 +1:36.6
16 72 Marit Bjørgen   Norway 29:51.4 +1:38.6
17 57 Alyona Sidko   Russia 29:51.5 +1:38.7
18 62 Katrin Zeller   Germany 29:54.2 +1:41.4
19 55 Tatyana Zhambaeva   Russia 29:56.0 +1:43.2
20 56 Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen   Norway 29:56.2 +1:43.4
21 60 Olga Tiagai   Russia 29:57.4 +1:44.6
22 54 Seraina Mischol    Switzerland 30:10.9 +1:58.1
23 37 Oxana Yatskaya   Kazakhstan 30:16.5 +2:03.7
24 63 Kateřina Smutná   Austria 30:19.8 +2:07.0
25 46 Kamila Rajdlová   Czech Republic 30:20.5 +2:07.7
26 41 Kikkan Randall   United States 30:25.5 +2:12.7
27 40 Karin Moroder   Italy 30:32.2 +2:19.4
28 49 Alena Sannikova   Belarus 30:47.4 +2:34.6
29 43 Kornelia Marek   Poland 30:49.1 +2:36.3
30 24 Elena Kolomina   Kazakhstan 30:49.2 +2:36.4
31 11 Li Hongxue   China 30:49.5 +2:36.7
32 67 Stefanie Böhler   Germany 30:54.5 +2:41.7
33 39 Lada Nesterenko   Ukraine 30:56.1 +2:43.3
34 29 Olga Vasiljonok   Belarus 30:57.6 +2:44.8
35 53 Laura Orgué   Spain 30:58.6 +2:45.8
36 28 Vita Jakimchuk   Ukraine 30:59.9 +2:47.1
37 51 Krista Lähteenmäki   Finland 31:02.1 +2:49.3
38 32 Hanna Brodin   Sweden 31:09.7 +2:56.9
39 36 Elena Antonova   Kazakhstan 31:11.4 +2:58.6
40 35 Morgan Arritola   United States 31:17.2 +3:04.4
41 42 Tatjana Mannima   Estonia 31:18.9 +3:06.1
42 52 Maryna Antsybor   Ukraine 31:21.8 +3:09.0
43 38 Ivana Janečková   Czech Republic 31:25.7 +3:12.9
44 19 Madoka Natsumi   Japan 31:30.0 +3:17.2
45 26 Eva Skalníková   Czech Republic 31:31.5 +3:18.7
46 23 Shayla Swanson   Canada 31:36.0 +3:23.2
47 31 Katherine Calder   New Zealand 31:42.0 +3:29.2
48 21 Perianne Jones   Canada 31:43.0 +3:30.2
49 27 Veronica Cavallar   Italy 31:47.2 +3:34.4
50 47 Eloide Bourgeois Pin   France 31:51.3 +3:38.5
51 7 Morgan Smyth   United States 31:54.1 +3:41.3
52 25 Caroline Weibel   France 31:56.8 +3:44.0
53 22 Vesna Fabjan   Slovenia 32:08.3 +3:55.5
54 30 Kaija Udras   Estonia 32:10.9 +3:58.1
55 6 Xin Li   China 32:20.8 +4:08.0
56 34 Eva Vrabcová-Nývltová   Czech Republic 32:23.2 +4:10.4
57 14 Laura Valaas   United States 32:23.4 +4:10.6
58 33 Laura Rohtla   Estonia 32:26.1 +4:13.3
59 10 Martyna Galewicz   Poland 32:34.7 +4:21.9
60 17 Nastassia Dubarezava   Belarus 32:36.3 +4:23.5
61 16 Paulina Maciuszek   Poland 32:40.2 +4:27.4
62 4 Yincui E   China 33:02.9 +4:50.1
63 12 Chae-Won Lee   South Korea 33:13.5 +5:00.7
64 15 Aimee Watson   Australia 33:26.8 +5:14.0
65 13 Mónika György   Romania 33:36.0 +5:23.2
66 1 Song Bo   China 34:01.6 +5:48.8
67 18 Antonia Grigorova   Bulgaria 34:29.6 +6:16.8
68 3 Fiona Hughes   United Kingdom 34:36.6 +6:23.8
69 20 Kelime Çetinkaya   Turkey 35:02.6 +6:49.8
70 9 Katarina Johansen   Slovakia 35:03.2 +6:50.4
71 2 Anrea Fancy   New Zealand 35:49.2 +7:36.4
45 Aurore Cuinet   France DNF
8 Michito Kashiwabara   Japan DNS
61 Karine Laurent Philippot   France DNS
65 Anna Haag   Sweden DNS

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