Biathlon - Men's 20 km

1964

Grenoble 1968

  1. (8000=16000) Magnar Solberg (NOR/1968-72)
  2. (5000=9075) Alexander Tikhonov (RUS/1968-80)
  3. (3200) Vladimir Gundartsev (urs-RUS/1968)
  4. (2000=2004) Stanisław Szczepaniak (POL/1964-68)
  5. (1500) Arvo Kinnari (FIN/1968)
  6. (800=950) Nikolay Puzanov (urs-RUS/1964-68)
  7. (500=1000) Viktor Mamatov (urs-RUS/1968-72)
  8. (320) Stanisław Łukaszczyk (POL/1968)
  9. (200) Kalevi Vähäkylä (FIN/1968)
  10. (125=126.3) Horst Koschka (gdr-GER/1968-72)
  11. (80=272) Jon Istad (NOR/1960-68)
  12. (50=50.00) Theo Merkel (frg-GER/1968-72)
  13. (32=632.6) Ola Wærhaug (NOR/1960-68)
  14. (20=44.00) Constantin Carabela (ROU/1964-72)
  15. (12.5=12.50) Pavel Ploc (tch-CZE/1968-72)
  16. (8) Roger Bean (GBR/1968)
  17. (5=3330) Lars-Göran Arwidson (SWE/1968-76)
  18. (3.2=35.2) Dieter Speer (gdr-GER/1968-72)
  19. (2=2.000) Olle Petrusson (SWE/1968-72)
  20. (1.25=2.05) Holmfrid Olsson (SWE/1968-72)
  21. (0.8=5001) Hansjörg Knauthe (gdr-GER/1968-72)
  22. (0.5=1501) Vilmoș Gheorghe (ROU/1964-72)
  23. (0.32=0.38) Gheorghe Cimpoia (ROU/1964-68)
  24. (0.2) Heinz Kluge (gdr-GER/1968)
  25. (0.125=1250) Yrjö Salpakari (FIN/1968-72)
  26. (0.08=2400) Ragnar Tveiten (NOR/1964-72)
  27. (0.05) Ralph Wakley (USA/1968)
  28. (0.032=5.032) Shibuya Miki (JPN/1968-72)
  29. (0.02=0.024) Nicolae Bărbășescu (ROU/1964-68)
  30. (0.013) Nore Westin (SWE/1968)
  31. (-2.80) Mauno Luukkonen (FIN/1968)
  32. (-2.50) Gerhard Gehring (frg-GER/1968)
  33. (-2.32=0.128) Ono Isao (JPN/1968-76)
  34. (-2.20) Okuyama Shozo (JPN/1968)
  35. (-2.13=-2.45) Jean-Claude Viry (FRA/1968,76)
  36. (-3.80) Frederick Andrew (GBR/1968)
  37. (-3.50=0.016) Bill Spencer (USA/1964-68)
  38. (-3.32=-3.70) Bayanjavyn Damdinjav (MGL/1964-68)
  39. (-3.20) Xaver Kraus (frg-GER/1968)
  40. (-3.13=-3.13) Paul Ernst (AUT/1964-68)
  41. (-4.80) Herbert Hindelang (frg-GER/1968)
  42. (-4.50=-3.11) Aimé Gruet-Masson (FRA/1968-76)
  43. (-4.32) Yoshimura Hajime (JPN/1968)
  44. (-4.20=-3.65) Alan Notley (GBR/1964-72)
  45. (-4.13) Edward Williams (USA/1968)
  46. (-5.80) Esko Karu (CAN/1968)
  47. (-5.50) Horst Schneider (AUT/1968)
  48. (-5.32=-2.13) Józef Stopka (POL/1968-72)
  49. (-5.20) Jon Chaffee (USA/1968)
  50. (-5.13=-4.97) Adolf Scherwitzl (AUT/1964-68)
  51. (-6.80) George Ede (CAN/1968)
  52. (-6.50=-4.61) Bizyaagiin Dashgai (MGL/1964-68)
  53. (-6.32) James Boyde (CAN/1968)
  54. (-6.20) George Rattai (CAN/1968)
  55. (-6.13=0.201) Ladislav Žižka (tch-CZE/1968-76)
  56. (-7.80) Franz Vetter (AUT/1964-68)
  57. (-7.50) Louis Romand (FRA/1968)
  58. (-7.32) Guy Duraffourg (FRA/1968)
  59. (-7.20) Marcus Halliday (GBR/1968)
  60. (-7.13=1.500) Józef Gąsienica Sobczak (POL/1964-68)

Sapporo 1972

  1. (8000=16000) Magnar Solberg (NOR/1968-72)
  2. (5000=5001) Hansjörg Knauthe (gdr-GER/1968-72)
  3. (3200=3330) Lars-Göran Arwidson (SWE/1968-76)
  4. (2000=9075) Aleksandr Tikhonov (urs-RUS/1968-80)
  5. (1250=1250) Yrjö Salpakari (FIN/1968-72)
  6. (800=1600) Esko Saira (FIN/1972-76)
  7. (500=1000) Viktor Mamatov (urs-RUS/1968-72)
  8. (320=520) Tor Svendsberget (NOR/1972-76)
  9. (200) Aleksander Klima (POL/1972)
  10. (125) Daniel Claudon (FRA/1968-72)
  11. (80=86.4) Keith Oliver (GBR/1972,80)
  12. (50) Ivan Byakov (urs-UKR/1972-76)
  13. (32=35.2) Dieter Speer (gdr-GER/1968-72)
  14. (20) Peter Karns (USA/1972)
  15. (12.5) Günter Bartnik (gdr-GER/1972)
  16. (8=2008) Willy Bertin (ITA/1972-76)
  17. (5=5.032) Shibuya Miki (JPN/1968-72)
  18. (3.2) Kåre Hovda (NOR/1972)
  19. (2) Rinnat Safin (urs-RUS/1972)
  20. (1.25=126.3) Horst Koschka (gdr-GER/1968-72)
  21. (0.8=2.05) Holmfrid Olsson (SWE/1968-72)
  22. (0.5) Giovanni Astegiano (ITA/1972)
  23. (0.32) Sasaki Shozo (JPN/1972)
  24. (0.2) Dennis Donahue (USA/1972-76)
  25. (0.125=0.128) Ono Isao (JPN/1968-76)
  26. (0.08=0.080) Jeffrey Stevens (GBR/1972-76)
  27. (0.05) Mauri Röppänen (FIN/1972)
  28. (0.032) Victor Fontana (ROU/1972-76)
  29. (0.02=2400) Ragnar Tveiten (NOR/1964-72)
  30. (0.013=32.01) Juhani Suutarinen (FIN/1968-76)
  31. (-2.80=0.328) Pierantonio Clementi (ITA/1972-76)
  32. (-2.50=1501) Vilmoș Gheorghe (ROU/1964-72)
  33. (-2.32=-2.32) Andrzej Rapacz (POL/1972-76)
  34. (-2.20) Nicolae Veștea (ROU/1972)
  35. (-2.13=-2.13) Józef Stopka (POL/1968-72)
  36. (-3.80=0.201) Ladislav Žižka (tch-CZE/1968-76)
  37. (-3.50=0.501) René Arpin (FRA/1972-76)
  38. (-3.32=-3.40) Sasakubo Kazuo (JPN/1972-76)
  39. (-3.20) Arnošt Hájek (tch-CZE/1972)
  40. (-3.13=500.0) Lino Jordan (ITA/1972-76)
  41. (-4.80) Terry Morse (USA/1972)
  42. (-4.50=2.000) Olle Petrusson (SWE/1968-72)
  43. (-4.32=-3.65) Alan Notley (GBR/1964-72)
  44. (-4.20) Stanislav Fajstavr (tch-CZE/1972)
  45. (-4.13) Jay Bowerman (USA/1972)
  46. (-5.80=0.080) Josef Niedermeier (frg-GER/1972-76)
  47. (-5.50=12.50) Pavel Ploc (tch-CZE/1968-72)
  48. (-5.32) Andrzej Fiedor (POL/1968-72)
  49. (-5.20=-5.52) Torsten Wadman (SWE/1972-76)
  50. (-5.13=50.00) Theo Merkel (frg-GER/1968-72)
  51. (-6.80=-3.11) Aimé Gruet-Masson (FRA/1968-76)
  52. (-6.50=44.00) Constantin Carabela (ROU/1964-72)
  53. (-6.32=-2.80) Malcolm Hirst (GBR/1972-76)
  54. (-6.20) Paul Chassagne (FRA/1972)

Innsbruck 1976

  1. (8000) Nikolay Kruglov (urs-RUS/1976)
  2. (5000=5003) Heikki Ikola (FIN/1972-80)
  3. (3200) Aleksandr Yelizarov (urs-RUS/1976)
  4. (2000=2008) Willy Bertin (ITA/1972-76)
  5. (1250=9075) Aleksandr Tikhonov (urs-RUS/1968-80)
  6. (800=1600) Esko Saira (FIN/1972-76)
  7. (500=500.0) Lino Jordan (ITA/1972-76)
  8. (320) Sune Adolfsson (SWE/1976)
  9. (200=520) Tor Svendsberget (NOR/1972-76)
  10. (125=3330) Lars-Göran Arwidson (SWE/1968-76)
  11. (80) Heinrich Mehringer (frg-GER/1976)
  12. (50) Manfred Geyer (gdr-GER/1976)
  13. (32=32.01) Juhani Suutarinen (FIN/1968-76)
  14. (20) Hansruedi Süssli (SUI/1976)
  15. (12.5) Karl-Heinz Wolf (gdr-GER/1976)
  16. (8) Gheorghe Voicu (ROU/1976)
  17. (5) Antonín Kříž (tch-CZE/1976)
  18. (3.2) Kjell Hovda (NOR/1976)
  19. (2) Jan Szpunar (POL/1976)
  20. (1.25=1601) Svein Engen (NOR/1976-80)
  21. (0.8=101.0) Alfred Eder (AUT/1976-94)
  22. (0.5=0.501) René Arpin (FRA/1972-76)
  23. (0.32=0.328) Pierantonio Clementi (ITA/1972-76)
  24. (0.2=0.201) Ladislav Žižka (tch-CZE/1968-76)
  25. (0.125) Albert Mächler (SUI/1976)
  26. (0.08=0.080) Josef Niedermeier (frg-GER/1972-76)
  27. (0.05) Manfred Beer (gdr-GER/1976)
  28. (0.032) Wojciech Truchan (POL/1976)
  29. (0.02=0.023) Graeme Ferguson (GBR/1976-84)
  30. (0.013=0.013) Deguchi Hiroyuki (JPN/1976-84)
  31. (-2.80) Gheorghe Gârniță (ROU/1976)
  32. (-2.50) Hristo Madzharov (BUL/1976)
  33. (-2.32=-2.45) Jean-Claude Viry (FRA/1968,76)
  34. (-2.20=0.018) Alois Kanamüller (frg-GER/1976-80)
  35. (-2.13=0.065) Lyle Nelson (USA/1976-88)
  36. (-3.80=-3.80) Malcolm Hirst (GBR/1972-76)
  37. (-3.50) Franz-Josef Weber (AUT/1976-80)
  38. (-3.32) Suzuki Manabu (JPN/1976)
  39. (-3.20=0.080) Jeffrey Stevens (GBR/1972-76)
  40. (-3.13) Christian Danuser (SUI/1976)
  41. (-4.80=-3.40) Sasakubo Kazuo (JPN/1972-76)
  42. (-4.50=-3.11) Aimé Gruet-Masson (FRA/1968-76)
  43. (-4.32) Iliya Todorov (BUL/1976)
  44. (-4.20) Josef Malínský (tch-CZE/1976)
  45. (-4.13) Nicolae Cristoloveanu (ROU/1976)
  46. (-5.80=-2.32) Andrzej Rapacz (POL/1972-76)
  47. (-5.50=-3.65) Martin Hagen (USA/1976-84)
  48. (-5.32=-5.52) Torsten Wadman (SWE/1972-76)
  49. (-5.20) Klaus Farbmacher (AUT/1976)
  50. (-5.13=-5.13) Ueng Ming-Yih (TPE/1976,84)
  51. (-6.80) Shen Li-Chien (TPE/1976)
  52. (-6.50) Peter Dascoulias (USA/1976)

Lake Placid 1980

  1. (6400) Anatoly Alyabyev (RUS/1980)
  2. (4000=5000) Frank Ullrich (GER/1980-84)
  3. (2560) Eberhard Rösch (GER/1980)
  4. (1600=1601) Svein Engen (NOR/1976-80)
  5. (1000) Erkki Antila (FIN/1980)
  6. (640=2240) Yvon Mougel (FRA/1976-84)
  7. 7 Vladimir Barnashov 28 Soviet Union URS
  8. (256) Vladimir Alikin (RUS/1980)
  9. 9 André Geourjon 29 France FRA
  10. 10 Arduino Tiraboschi 28 Italy ITA
  11. 11 Ronnie Adolfsson 23 Sweden SWE
  12. 12 Sören Wikström 19 Sweden SWE
  13. 13 Sigleif Johansen 31 Norway NOR
  14. 14 Zden?k Hák 21 Czechoslovakia TCH
  15. 15 Klaus Siebert 24 East Germany GDR
  16. (6.4=86.4) Keith Oliver (GBR/1972,80)
  17. 17 Siegfried Dockner 23 Austria AUT
  18. (2.56=5003) Heikki Ikola (FIN/1972-80)
  19. 19 Adriano Darioli 24 Italy ITA
  20. 20 Denis Sandona 24 France FRA
  21. 21 Angelo Carrara 25 Italy ITA
  22. 22 Peter Zelinka 22 Czechoslovakia TCH
  23. 23 Odd Lirhus 23 Norway NOR
  24. (0.16=101.0) Alfred Eder (AUT/1976-94)
  25. 25 Jim Wood 27 Great Britain GBR
  26. 26 Rudolf Horn 26 Austria AUT
  27. (0.04=6500) Peter Angerer (GER/1980-88)
  28. 28 Masaichi Kinoshita 25 Japan JPN
  29. (0.016=0.018) Alois Kanamüller (frg-GER/1976-80)
  30. (0.01) Gerd Winkler (frg-GER/1976-80)
  31. 31 Sven Fahlén 20 Sweden SWE
  32. 32 Raimo Seppänen 29 Finland FIN
  33. (-2.26=0.023) Graeme Ferguson (GBR/1976-84)
  34. 34 Urs Brechbühl 33 Switzerland SUI
  35. 35 Marjan Burgar 28 Yugoslavia YUG
  36. (-3.64=-3.65) Martin Hagen (USA/1976-84)
  37. 37 Roland Burn 30 Switzerland SUI
  38. 38 Glen Jobe, Jr. 28 United States USA
  39. (-3.16=0.013) Deguchi Hiroyuki (JPN/1976-84)
  40. 40 Yuri Mitev 22 Bulgaria BUL
  41. 41 Tsusumisa Kikuchi 31 Japan JPN
  42. 42 Josef Skalník 21 Czechoslovakia TCH
  43. 43 Vladimir Velichkov 24 Bulgaria BUL
  44. 44 Ying Zhenshan 23 China CHN
  45. 45 Johnny Ruger 31 United States USA
  46. 46 Wang Yumjie 29 China CHN
  47. 47 Luis Ríos 26 Argentina ARG
  48. AC Jorge Salas 37 Argentina ARG
  49. AC Raúl Abella 26 Argentina ARG

Sarajevo 1984

  1. (6400=6500) Peter Angerer (GER/1980-88)
  2. (4000=10400) Frank-Peter Roetsch (GER/1984-92)
  3. (2560=3200) Eirik Kvalfoss (NOR/1984-92)
  4. (1600=2240) Yvon Mougel (FRA/1976-84)
  5. (1000=5000) Frank Ullrich (GER/1980-84)
  6. (640) Rolf Storsveen (NOR/1984)
  7. 7 Fritz Fischer 27 West Germany FRG
  8. 8 Leif Andersson 22 Sweden SWE
  9. (160=643.0) Andreas Zingerle (ITA/1984-94)
  10. 10 Jan Matouš 22 Czechoslovakia TCH
  11. 11 Sven Fahlén 24 Sweden SWE
  12. 12 Tapio Piipponen 26 Finland FIN
  13. 13 Vladimir Velichkov 28 Bulgaria BUL
  14. 14 Jim Wood 31 Great Britain GBR
  15. 15 Zden?k Hák 25 Czechoslovakia TCH
  16. 16 Arto Jääskeläinen 23 Finland FIN
  17. 17 Sergey Bulygin 20 Soviet Union URS
  18. 18 Keijo Tiitola 19 Finland FIN
  19. 19 Marco Zanon 27 Italy ITA
  20. 20 Ronnie Adolfsson 27 Sweden SWE
  21. 21 Francis Mougel 23 France FRA
  22. 22 Ernst Reiter 21 West Germany FRG
  23. 23 Christian Poirot 27 France FRA
  24. 24 Odd Lirhus 27 Norway NOR
  25. 25 Jaromír Šim?nek 29 Czechoslovakia TCH
  26. (0.064=0.065) Lyle Nelson (USA/1976-88)
  27. 27 Spas Zlatev 19 Bulgaria BUL
  28. 28 Adriano Darioli 28 Italy ITA
  29. 29 Holger Wick 21 East Germany GDR
  30. 30 Franz Schuler 21 Austria AUT
  31. 31 Beat Meier 24 Switzerland SUI
  32. 32 Dmitry Vasilyev 21 Soviet Union URS
  33. 33 Glen Eberle 20 United States USA
  34. (-2.16=101.0) Alfred Eder (AUT/1976-94)
  35. (0=1000) Yury Kashkarov (RUS/1984-88)
  36. 36 Rudolf Horn 29 Austria AUT
  37. 37 Charles MacIvor 27 Great Britain GBR
  38. 38 Yoshinobu Murase 26 Japan JPN
  39. 39 Shoichi Kinoshita 29 Japan JPN
  40. 40 Yuri Mitev 26 Bulgaria BUL
  41. 41 Andrej Lanišek 26 Yugoslavia YUG
  42. 42 Isao Yamase 29 Japan JPN
  43. 43 Imre Lestyan 20 Romania ROU
  44. 44 Tony McLeod 24 Great Britain GBR
  45. 45 Zsolt Kovács 21 Hungary HUN
  46. 46 Marjan Vidmar 23 Yugoslavia YUG
  47. 47 Andrew Paul 22 Australia AUS
  48. 48 Jure Velepec 18 Yugoslavia YUG
  49. 49 Mihai R?dulescu 21 Romania ROU
  50. 50 Vladimir Toda?c? 26 Romania ROU
  51. 51 János Spisák 22 Hungary HUN
  52. 52 Sun Xiaoping 21 China CHN
  53. (-6.26=-3.65) Martin Hagen (USA/1976-84)
  54. 54 Liu Hongwang 21 China CHN
  55. 55 Víctor Figueroa 27 Argentina ARG
  56. 56 Manuel García 28 Spain ESP
  57. 57 Cecilio Fernández 24 Spain ESP
  58. 58 Luis Ríos 30 Argentina ARG
  59. (-7.16=-5.13) Ueng Ming-Yih (TPE/1976,84)
  60. 60 Hwang Byung-Dae 23 South Korea KOR
  61. 61 Hernán Carazo 28 Costa Rica CRC
  62. AC Long Yunzhou 21 China CHN
  63. AC László Palácsik 24 Hungary HUN
  64. DNS Oscar di Lovera 25 Argentina ARG

1988


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