Extractions: First Women's World Championship Medal in U.S. History! About biathlon About USBA Biathlon community Calendar ... Support/join USBA by Brian Olsen World Junior Biathlon Championships are being held this year in the mountain village of Ridnaun, in northern Italy. Italy has been quite rewarding to American juniors, as Jay Hakkinnen claimed a victory in the sprint race at World Junior Championships in Forni Avoltri, Italy, in 1997. Lanny Barnes (Durango, CO), who won the individual race at US Olympic Trials in late December, claimed the bronze medal in that same race at World Junior Championships in Ridnaun, Italy. Barnes shot 95%, with only one miss. This is the first World Championship Medal for an American junior woman ever. The individual race penalizes competitors with one-minute time fines, added on at the completion of the race. After two days of mediocre results from the junior women's team, the other three members of the team provided back-up to Lanny's sensational performance. Lanny's twin sister, Tracy Barnes, recorded a top-ten finish by placing eighth, with two misses. Carolyn Treacy (Duluth, MN) skied exceptionally well, placing 17th, even with five missed targets. She skied the seventh fastest out of the 63 competitors. All seventeen competitors ahead of Treacy missed four or fewer targets. Beth Ann Ellingson (Grand Rapids, MN) placed 45th with seven missed targets. The junior men's team has had two great days of racing, providing four top-twenty results. Today's individual race proved to be a bit different. Walt Shepard (Yarmouth, ME), who cleaned a sprint race at US Olympic Trials and is an amazing shooter, was expected to do well in the race, for accurate shooting is of the essence. However, his shooting failed to materialize in the range, and he missed seven of his twenty targets. Tim Burke (Paul Smiths, NY) provided the team's best result, with an admirable 31st place. He missed six targets in all, but skied the 7th fastest. Anders Osthus missed ten targets to finish in 72nd place. Osthus is an extremely talented skier, and is slowly making his way to becoming a full-time biathlete. It just takes time. All of the junior men have an additional year of competition ahead of them in the junior category. They will be competing in tomorrow's relay competition, which should prove exciting for both the athletes and fans.
Olympics 2002 - CBS.SportsLine.com Complete Medal Standings. olympic history by Sport. Alpine Skiing; biathlon;Bobsled; Cross Country; Curling. Figure Skating; Freestyle Skiing; http://cbs.sportsline.com/u/olympics/2002/history/
Olympics 2002 - CBS.SportsLine.com Eric Heiden and Lydia Skoblikova in the history books. Full story. Related Links, Jay Hakkinen Q A. , biathlon overview. FEATURES. olympic Highlights Enjoy http://cbs.sportsline.com/u/olympics/2002/biathlon/
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World Class Athlete Program to the track for the first time in olympic history at the 2002 olympic Winter GamesFeb 12 February 2002 Soldier has highest American finish in biathlon. http://184.108.40.206/mwr/army_sports/wcap/2002wolympics.html
Rocky Mountain News: Biathlon our best results ever, said Jerry Kokesh of the US biathlon Association TeammateUschi Disl, the mostdecorated female biathlete in olympic history with seven http://www.rockymountainnews.com/drmn/biathlon/article/0,1299,DRMN_266_985371,00
Extractions: February 14, 2002 MIDWAY, Utah Calmly hitting all 10 targets, Norway's Ole Einar Bjoerndalen coasted to the gold medal in the 10-kilometer sprint Wednesday, winning his second gold of the games and becoming the first biathlete to win three in a career. Bjoerndalen, who also won Monday's 20-kilometer race by making 18 of 20 shots, finished in 24 minutes, 51.3 seconds 28.9 seconds ahead of Germany's Sven Fischer, who missed once. Austria's Wolfgang Perner was a surprising bronze winner, shooting cleanly to finish 53.1 seconds back. Bjoerndalen, who earlier defended the 15-kilometer title he won in Nagano, now has four medals including one silver in the past two Olympics. He races next in Saturday's 12.5-kilometer pursuit.
Winter Olympics - 2002 111.52.7. It was the slowest performance (marginwise) in olympic history. The UnitedStates has never won an olympic medal in biathlon, and last season http://cfapp.rockymountainnews.com/winterOlympics02/index.cfm?view=sportevents&e
Biathlon - Winter Olympics - CBS SportsLine In the process she becomes the most successful biathlete in olympic history,claiming her first gold and sixth medal overall in biathlon. http://poll.sportsline.com/u/olympics/nagano98/biathlon/
Extractions: [an error occurred while processing this directive] Select a sport Winter Olympics Home Village News Biathlon Bobsled Cross Country Curling Downhill/Super G Figure Skating Freestyle Skiing Giant Slalom/Slalom Ice Hockey Luge Nordic Combined Short Track Ski Jumping Snowboarding Speed Skating Disl fuels Germany to a gold medal. (Reuters) Four years ago, the Russian women crushed Germany in the 30km biathlon relay. But Thursday, Ursula Disl and the Germans give their archrivals a taste of revenge. Disl overcomes slippery fingers and poor aim to help Germany hold off the Russians and take the gold. In the process she becomes the most successful biathlete in Olympic history, claiming her first gold and sixth medal overall in biathlon. Complete biathlon stats, standings CBS Sports: Audio Video Schedules: Events CBS broadcasts Photo of the day Olympic minute Is Disl the best biathlete ever? Speak up in CBS SportsLine's Olympics Forum! Top News
CANOE 2002 Games - Biathlon medal MIDWAY, Utah (AP) Ole Einar Bjoerndalen made olympic history with three 19Full story Germany dominates biathlon relay MIDWAY, Utah (AP) Thanks to http://slam.canoe.ca/2002GamesBiathlon/home.html
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Extractions: sprint, pursuit, individual and relay for both the men and women. Skiers use freestyle skis, tall poles and skating boots, while carrying a .22 caliber rifle in a harness on their back, with an arm sling that may be used to help steady the rifle while aiming for an accurate shot. Men's Biathlon Women's Biathlon 10km sprint 7.5km sprint
KIAT.NET - SL|02 XIXth Olympic Winter Games history OF THE GAMES From 1924-2002, Chamonix to Salt Lake. 3-LETTER olympic COUNTRYABBREVIATIONS. 2) Ole Einar Bjoerndalen, Norway (Men's biathlon - 4 gold). http://www.kiat.net/olympics/slc2002/
Extractions: FEBRUARY 8 - 24, 2002 On 16 June 1995 largest Olympic Winter Games in history comprising of 7 sports (15 disciplines) with 78 events (10 more than Nagano 1998) of which 41 are men's events, 34 women's and 3 mixed events (luge doubles, figure skating pairs and ice dancing). It was attended by 2527 athletes from 78 countries . The XIXth Winter Olympic Games were officially opened by George W. Bush , President of the United States of America. The Olympic Flame was lit by Mike Eruzione and the 1980 U.S. Olympic gold-medal winning men's ice hockey team DAY-BY-DAY - Events per day, schedule, opening/closing ceremonies, mascots HISTORY OF THE GAMES - From 1924-2002, Chamonix to Salt Lake
KIAT.NET - Torino 2006 XXth Olympic Winter Games history OF THE GAMES From 1924-2006, Chamonix to Torino. 3-LETTER olympic COUNTRYABBREVIATIONS. ALPINE SKIING (10), LUGE (3). biathlon (8), NORDIC COMBINED (3). http://www.kiat.net/olympics/torino2006/
Extractions: www.torino2006.org On 19 June 1999 in Seoul (South Korea) during the 109th IOC Session, Turin, Italy received 53 votes (Sion 36) to become the host city of the XXth Winter Olympic Games in 2006. The Torino 2006 Games will have 7 sports (15 disciplines) with 78 events of which 41 are men's events, 34 women's and 3 mixed events (luge doubles, figure skating pairs and ice dancing).
Soldier Hollow history / Legacy Mountain Dell had originally been proposed as the olympic crosscountryskiing and biathlon site, but Soldier Hollow emerged as the http://www.soldier-hollow.com/aboutus/history.html
Extractions: History / Legacy One of the most frequently asked questions is the origin of the name. It is very likely that Soldier Hollow was named for a company of soldiers under the command of Captain James H. Simpson. In 1859, Simpson was ordered to conduct a survey in search of a shorter route between Camp Floyd, Utah and Fort Bridger, Wyoming. A stopover in this area of the Wasatch Mountains provided the historical reference. Soldier Hollow in Wasatch Mountain State Park was selected as the 10th and final Olympic competition venue in October 1997. Mountain Dell had originally been proposed as the Olympic cross-country skiing and biathlon site, but Soldier Hollow emerged as the best replacement when a venue change was necessary to protect a watershed area. With its selection as an Olympic venue, the transformation of Soldier Hollow began into a world-class location for competitors and spectators. The basic footprint of the area was completed in 1999. Soldier Hollow hosted World Cup events in 2001 in biathlon, cross-country skiing and nordic combined as pre-Olympic test events. The venue has also been the site of national championships in biathlon and cross country. In February and March 2002, Soldier Hollow hosted 23 events during the Olympic Winter Games and 15 events during the Paralympic Winter Games. Soldier Hollow is unprecedented among world-class venues in that the terrain is open and less wooded ideal for spectators with about two-thirds of the course visible at all times. The course is also designed to maximize the number of times the competitors ski through the stadium.
History history. Then, in 1949, a new olympic Committee was formed, different models of winter Withthis, the beginning of the entirely sportive biathlon was founded. http://www.uschi-disl-fanclub.com/html/history.html
Extractions: Sommer Time Trials 2000 This information is partly taken from the book Biathlon- Vom Randsport zum Publikumsrenner. History While hunting on skis was used to be a basis for existence in the antiquity, this combination of hunter, weapon and skis became very important for war purposes during the centuries after that. Skiing regiments and hunter battalions were drawn up in highland countries and slowly the Military Patrol Run developed. At that time it was used to demonstrate the troops ability to the public. Since the thirties of the last century the Military Patrol Run belonged to the program of the Army championships and international Military Sport Games, and it became a demonstration sport in the Olympics in 1928. After the second World War this sports was thrust into the background again. Then, in 1949, a new Olympic Committee was formed, different models of winter sports were discussed and the combination of skiing and shooting got the award. With this, the beginning of the entirely sportive biathlon was founded. After the appreciation by the Union Internationale de Pentathlon Modern the first biathlon World Championships took place in Saalfelden/AUT in 1958. Firstly biathlon was taken into the Olympic program in Squaw Valley in 1960.
Women's 7.5Km Biathlon Women's 7.5Km biathlon Salmela posts best US finish By Landon Hall Teammate UschiDisl, the most decorated female biathlete in olympic history with six medals http://www.olympic-usa.org/CFDOCS/borg/newsTemplate.cfm?spID=6&newsID=430
Extractions: Triathlon is guaranteed one of the most spectacular backdrops for an Olympic debut in Games history; Sydney Harbour and the Opera House. The women will race on the opening morning of the Games, followed by the men the next morning. Although the sport is technically just 27 years old - competitions dating back to California in 1973 before the Hawaiian Ironman challenge, which is regarded as the sport's true origin in 1978 - its individual components are, of course, ancient: swimming, cycling, running. Collins enjoyed himself so much that he decided it would be a good idea to combine Hawaii's Waikiki Roughwater Swim, Around-Oahu Bike Race and Honolulu Marathon as one event; that meant an exhausting schedule involving a 3.85 kilometres open water swim, a 179 kilometres cycle and a 42 kilometres run. The Ironman challenge was born.
Extractions: SIGHTSEEING IN LILLEHAMMER NORWAY The best way getting to know Lillehammer is to join a guided tour of the attractions. Lillehammer Turist has entered into a cooperation agreement with Lillehammer Guide Assocation, and all our guides are authorized Lillehammer guides. Below is a description of our guided tours for groups in the Olympic city. Additionally, we shall also be glad to arrange tours tailor-made to your interests. 1. OLYMPIC SIGHTSEEING, 3 HOURS
Washingtonpost.com: Biathlon 19, leading her team to victory in the 30kilometer relay and becomingthe biggest medal winner in olympic biathlon history with six. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/sports/longterm/olympics1998/sport/biathlon
Extractions: Competing in a sport that is, at best, on the fringe in the United States, Ntala Skinner and Stacey Wooley routinely trounce the competition at home. When they go up against the better-financed programs abroad, however, the situation changes radically . "I'm still improving," Wooley says. "I can be in the top 10. I'm world class. Otherwise I wouldn't be here."