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Biathlon

(Brusson)

In a Biathlon competition, the biathlete skis distances varying from 6 to 20 km and stops at the shooting range to shoot two or four times, with both the ski distance and number of shooting bouts depending on the type of competition in question.

The shooting distance is always 50 m and five rounds are fired in each bout at five targets, except in the Relay competition in which the competitor has three spare rounds for each bout. There are two shooting positions, prone and standing, which are done in a sequence depending on the competition.
Target diameters are very small, 115 mm for standing and 45 mm for prone. During the entire competition, from start to finish, the clock is running for the competitor - there is no time-out for shooting.

Penalties for missed targets are imposed either as one minute of added time per target for the Individual competition or as a 150 m penalty loop - done immediately after each bout of shooting - for all other competitions.
In essence, the competitor starts at the start line, skis one course loop (length depending on the competition), comes to the range and shoots, skis another loop, shoots, and so on, and then finishes with a ski loop to the finish line after the last bout of shooting.

For the Individual and Sprint competitions, starts are done with one competitor at a time with a 30 second interval. In a Pursuit competition, starts are based on time intervals from the qualifying competition, and for the Mass Start, all competitors start together simultaneously.

In the Relay competition, the first members of all teams start simultaneously and after completing their part, tag the next member to start them on their way.

In principle, throughout the competition, the biathletes are responsible for their own actions, such as selecting a shooting lane in the Individual, Sprint and Pursuit competitions (assigned in the Relay and Mass Start first shooting by start numbers), and for counting the number of missed plates on their targets and then skiing the correct number of penalty loops. However, they must always follow the stipulations of the Event and Competition rules.

Mixed Relays are also held; in these, female biathletes have to complete the first and the second round of the relay respectively, while the third and fourth relay round are each completed by a male biathlete.

Links:
AIAT Brusson
Italian Federation
International Federation

Resources:
To download the Biathlon Races program click here

To download the Biathlon Patron (male and female) profile click here

To download the female Sprint profile click here

To download the male Sprint profile click here

To download the Brusson Stadium plan click here

 

 
Medals
Country G S B Tot
Italy 7
3 7
17
France 6 2 4 12
China 3 7 0 10
Russia 3 2 1 6
Norway 2 4 2 8
Slovenia 2 2 0 4
Poland 2
0 1
3
Estonia 1
1
0
2
Germany 1
0
3
4
Bulgaria 1
0 0
1
Austria 0
3
2
5
Switzerland 0 2 1 3
Romania 0 1
1
2
Finland 0 0
2
2
Lithuania 0 0
1
1
Serbia 0 0 1 1

 

Demostrative Sports
(Mountaineering Ski)

Country G S B Tot
Italy 1
0 0
1
France 0 1 0 1
Norway 0 0 1 1

 

Newsflash
Domani alle 12:30 la conferenza stampa di chiusura
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Alle 18 si terrà la Cerimonia di Chiusura a Courmayeur

(Aosta, 24 marzo 2010) – Domani alle 12.30 presso il Palazzo Regionale della Valle d’Aosta, in piazza Deffeyes 1, ad Aosta, si terrà la conferenza stampa di chiusura della prima edizione dei Giochi Mondiali Militari Invernali Valle d’Aosta 2010.

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Gran Prix CISM, successful first cross-country’s test

The winners are Cristina Artuso (Army) and Stefano Scaini (Fiamme Gialle)

The Cross-country Grand Prix CISM took place within the first Winter Military World Games; cross-country was a discipline presented as a demonstrative sport. The race, which covered a distance of 4600 mt for women and of 6900 mt for men, was opened to the FIDAS enrolled.

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