Ivan Bátory (born 3 May 1975) is a Slovak cross-country skier who has competed at the international senior level of cross-country skiing since 1993. He was born in Liptovský Mikuláš and lives in Uhorská Ves. As a cross-country skier, he competed for Štrbské Pleso SC.
|1997 Muju-Chonju||15 km classical|
|1997 Muju-Chonju||30 km freestyle|
|1997 Muju-Chonju||10 km combined|
|1997 Muju-Chonju||4 x 10 km relay|
|1999 Poprad-Tatry||4 x 10 km relay|
Bátory competed in all eight World Ski Championships from 1995 to 2009 (best finish: sixth in 15 km at Val di Fiemme in 2003), all five Winter Olympics from 1994 to 2010 (best result: eighth in team sprint at Turin in 2006), and all three Tour de Ski events from 2006-07 to 2008-09.
Bátory's best World Cup results are three third places from Kiruna (1999, 10 km classical), Davos (2001, 15 km classical), and Beitostølen (2005, 15 km classical). His best World Championships result is sixth place in the 15 km classical event in Val di Fiemme in 2003, and his best Olympic result is eighth place in the team sprint in Turin in 2006.
World Cup resultsEdit
- 3 podiums – (3 WC)
|1||1999–00||27 November 1999||Kiruna, Sweden||10 km Individual C||World Cup||3rd|
|2||2001–02||15 December 2001||Davos, Switzerland||15 km Individual C||World Cup||3rd|
|3||2005–06||19 November 2005||Beitostølen, Norway||15 km Individual C||World Cup||3rd|