Mikhail Ivanov (cross-country skier)

Mikhail Petrovich Ivanov (Russian: Михаип Петрович Иванов); born 20 November 1977 in Ostrov, Soviet Union) is a Russian cross-country skier who competed from 1996 to 2007. He finished 2nd in the 50 km at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City to Spain's Johann Mühlegg, but was awarded the gold medal upon Mühlegg's blood-doping disqualification of darbepoetin alfa.

Mikhail Ivanov
Mikhail Ivanov from Russian Ski Magazine (cropped).JPG
Ivanov during the 60th birthday party of coach Aleksandr Alekseevich Grushin at the Romantic Country Club in July 2005
Country Russia
Full nameMikhail Petrovich Ivanov
Born (1977-11-20) 20 November 1977 (age 43)
Ostrov, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
World Cup career
Seasons19972007
Individual wins2
Team wins1
Indiv. podiums4
Team podiums10
Indiv. starts87
Team starts25
Overall titles0 – (15th in 2000, 2001)
Discipline titles0
Medal record
Men's cross-country skiing
Representing  Russia
Olympic Games
Gold medal – first place 2002 Salt Lake City 50 km classical
World Championships
Bronze medal – third place 2001 Lahti 30 km classical
Junior World Championships
Gold medal – first place 1996 Asiago 4 × 10 km relay
Silver medal – second place 1995 Gällivare 4 × 10 km relay
Silver medal – second place 1997 Canmore 4 × 10 km relay

Ivanov's won the bronze medal in the 30 km event at the 2001 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Lahti. He also won two World Cup events in his career (30 km: 2000, 15 km: 2001).

Olympic resultsEdit

  • 1 medal – (1 gold)
 Year   Age   15 km 
individual
 Pursuit   30 km 
mass start
 50 km   Sprint   4 × 10 km 
 relay 
2002 24 11 Gold 6

World Championship resultsEdit

  • 1 medal – (1 bronze)
 Year   Age   10 km 
individual
 15 km 
individual
 Pursuit   30 km   50 km   Sprint   4 × 10 km 
 relay 
 Team 
 sprint 
1997 19 49 N/A 38 N/A N/A
1999 21 9 N/A 15 N/A 7 N/A
2001 23 N/A 20 Bronze 4 N/A
2003 25 N/A 17 N/A
2005 27 N/A 44 N/A

World Cup resultsEdit

All results are sourced from the International Ski Federation (FIS).[1]

World Cup standingsEdit

 Season   Age  Season standings Ski Tour standings
Overall Distance Long Distance Middle Distance Sprint Tour de
Ski
1997 20 NC N/A NC N/A N/A
1998 21 NC N/A NC N/A N/A
1999 22 29 N/A 35 N/A 55 N/A
2000 23 15 N/A 2 34 61 N/A
2001 24 15 N/A N/A N/A 48 N/A
2002 25 47 N/A N/A N/A NC N/A
2003 26 67 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2004 27 45 28 N/A N/A NC N/A
2005 28 63 38 N/A N/A NC N/A
2006 29 161 119 N/A N/A N/A
2007 30 NC NC N/A N/A

Individual podiumsEdit

  • 2 victories
  • 4 podiums
No. Season Date Location Race Level Place
1 1999–00 4 March 2000   Lahti, Finland 30 km Mass Start C World Cup 1st
2 11 March 2000   Oslo, Norway 50 km Individual C World Cup 2nd
3  2000–01  20 December 2000   Davos, Switzerland 30 km Individual C World Cup 2nd
4 17 March 2001   Falun, Sweden 15 km Individual C World Cup 1st

Team podiumsEdit

  • 1 victory
  • 10 podiums
No. Season Date Location Race Level Place Teammates
1  1998–99  14 March 1999   Falun, Sweden 4 × 10 km Relay C/F World Cup 3rd Denisov / Prokurorov / Vilissov
2 21 March 1999   Oslo, Norway 4 × 10 km Relay C World Cup 2nd Denisov / Prokurorov / Vilissov
3  1999–00  13 January 2000   Nové Město, Czech Republic 4 × 10 km Relay C/F World Cup 3rd Denisov / Vilissov / Prokurorov
4 27 February 2000   Falun, Sweden 4 × 10 km Relay F World Cup 2nd Denisov / Bolshakov / Vilissov
5 5 March 2000   Lahti, Finland 4 × 10 km Relay C/F World Cup 3rd Denisov / Bolshakov / Vilissov
6 2000–01 18 March 2001   Falun, Sweden 4 × 10 km Relay C/F World Cup 1st Denisov / Bolshakov / Vilissov
7  2001–02  21 November 2001   Kuopio, Finland 4 × 10 km Relay C/F World Cup 3rd Rochev / Bolshakov / Vilissov
8 16 December 2001   Davos, Switzerland 4 × 10 km Relay C/F World Cup 2nd Denisov / Vilissov / Bolshakov
9  2003–04  11 January 2004   Otepää, Estonia 4 × 10 km Relay C/F World Cup 3rd Pankratov / Alypov / Vilissov
10 7 February 2004   La Clusaz, France 4 × 10 km Relay C/F World Cup 3rd Pankratov / Dementyev / Novikov

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Athlete : IVANOV Mikhail". FIS-Ski. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 2 April 2018.

External linksEdit