Frode Still 4th in Overall World Cup

Posted 07. February 2001 by Editor

Despite struggling in the world championships (by his standards) Raphael Poiree still holds a commanding lead in the overall biathlon world cup for men. Norway has 4 in the top, Russia 3 an Germany 2. Today’s winner of the 20k, Puurunen, is 24 after adding today’s points.

Frode, despite not skiing today's 20k is still in 4th overall. Frode will ski the mass start on Friday and the relay this weekend.

The top 10 below, full standings in the results section.

1 POIREE, Raphael FRA 715
2 BJOERNDALEN, Ole Einar NOR 537
3 ROSTOVTSEV, Pavel RUS 505
4 ANDRESEN, Frode NOR 458
5 FISCHER, Sven GER 422
6 GJELLAND, Egil NOR 416
7 GROSS, Ricco GER 398
8 HANEVOLD, Halvard NOR 383
9 MAIGOUROV, Viktor RUS 344
10 ROZHKOV, Sergei RUS 302

The story is quite different in the individual distance cup, please view the top 10 below and full standings in the results section

1 ROZHKOV, Sergei RUS 133 3/43 1/50 4/40
2 GROSS, Ricco GER 109 6/34 3/43 7/32
3 POIREE, Raphael FRA 83 5/37 2/46 37
4 ROSTOVTSEV, Pavel RUS 80 12/22 9/28 8/30
5 SASHURIN, Vadim BLR 71 30/1 11/24 2/46
6 GJELLAND, Egil NOR 71 18/13 4/40 14/18
7 FISCHER, Sven GER 70 22/9 5/37 11/24
8 MAIGOUROV, Viktor RUS 67 15/16 17/14 5/37
9 PUURUNEN, Paavo FIN 65 16/15 1/50
10 HEYMANN, Carsten GER 64 2/46 14/18


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