Who Won the Gold Medal for Men's Biathlon 10k Sprint?
The Men's Biathlon 10K Sprint became an event in the Winter Olympics in 1980. The biathlete skis three loops of 3.3 km each, stopping to shoot after the first and second loop. There is a penalty of 150m for each miss.
Germany has won Gold four times, and Norway three. Ole Einar Bjorndalen of Norway is the only two-time gold medal winner in the sprint event.
|2014||Ole Einar Bjoerndalen||Norway||24:33.5||Details >>|
|2010||Vincent Jay||France||24:07.8||Details >>|
|2006||Sven Fischer||Germany||26:11.6||Details >>|
|2002||Ole Einar Bjørndalen||Norway||24:51.3||Details >>|
|1998||Ole Einar Bjørndalen||Norway||27:16.2||Details >>|
|1994||Sergey Chepikov||Russia||28:07.0||Details >>|
|1992||Mark Kirchner||Germany||26:02.3||Details >>|
|1988||Frank-Peter Roetsch||East Germany||25:08.1||Details >>|
|1984||Eirik Kvalfoss||Norway||30:53.8||Details >>|
|1980||Frank Ullrich||East Germany||32:10.69||Details >>|