Biathlon World Championships Results

Updated: February 9, 2013, 12:06 PM ET
Associated Press

Saturday

At Nove Mesto, Czech Republic

Men

10K Sprint

1. Emil Hegle Svendsen, Norway, 23:25.1 (1 penalty lap).

2. Martin Fourcade, France, 8.1 seconds behind (1).

3. Jakov Fak, Slovenia, 11.2 (0).

4. Ole Einar Bjoerndalen, Norway, 19.9 (1).

5. Dmitry Malyshko, Russia, 23.2 (0).

6. Alexis Boef, France, 25.0 (0).

7. Anton Shipulin, Russia, 32.9 (1).

8. Fredrik Lindstroem, Sweden, 38.0 (2).

9. Evgeny Ustyugov, Russia, 38.4 (1).

10. Simon Eder, Austria, 38.6 (0).

Also

28. Tim Burke, United States, 1:36.2 (2).

32. Lowell Bailey, United States, 1:37.7 (1).

44. Russell Currier, United States, 2:05.3 (2).

53. Leif Nordgren, United States, 2:18.7 (1).

World Cup Standings

(After 15 of 26 events)

1. Martin Fourcade, France, 699 points.

2. Emil Hegle Svendsen, Norway, 643.

3. Evgeny Ustyugov, Russia, 507.

4. Dmitry Malyshko, Russia, 501.

5. Jakov Fak, Slovenia, 495.

6. Evgeniy Garanichev, Russia, 455.

7. Anton Shipulin, Russia, 428.

8. Andreas Birnbacher, Germany, 409.

9. Alexis Boeuf, France, 401.

10. Fredrik Lindstroem, Sweden, 386.

Also

13. Tim Burke, United States, 309.

28. Lowell Bailey, United States, 174.

74. Leif Nordgren, United States, 9.

Women

7.5Kilometer Sprint

1. Olena Pidhrushna, Ukraine, 21:02.1 (0).

2. Tora Berger, Norway, 6.4 (1).

3. Vita Semerenko, Ukraine, 22.8 (0).

4. Olga Zaitseva, Russia, 24.5 (1).

5. Olga Vilukhina, Russia, 25.3 (0).

6. Miriam Goessner, Germany, 33.1 (2).

7. Krystyna Palka, Poland, 34.5 (1).

8. Ann Kristin Aafedt Flatland, Norway, 35.5 (0).

9. Kaisa Makarainen, Finland, 40.8 (2).

10. Veronika Vitkova, Czech Republic, 50.6 (0).

Also

45. Annelies Cook, United States, 2:03.3 (2).

49. Susan Dunklee, United States, 2:07.4 (4).

65. Sara Studebaker, United States, 2:33.4 (2).

World Cup Standings

(After 15 of 26 events)

1. Tora Berger, Norway, 715.

2. Darya Domracheva, Belarus, 522.

3. Miriam Goessner, Germany, 509.

4. Kaisa Makarainen, Finland, 497.

5. Olena Pidhrushna, Ukraine, 483.

6. Andrea Henkel, Germany, 480.

7. Olga Vilukhina, Russia, 472.

8. Marie Dorin Habert, France, 454.

9. Olga Zaitseva, Russia, 443.

10. Gabriela Soukalova, Czech Republic, 432.

Also

49. Annelies Cook, United States, 51.

53. Susan Dunklee, United States, 42.

60. Sara Studebaker, United States, 33.


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