Who Won the Gold Medal for Men's Biathlon Individual?

Men's Biathlon Individual

The Men's Biathlon 20K Individual event was introduced at the 1960 games, and was the first time a biathlon event was included in the Winter Olympics. Klas Lestander of Sweden was the first gold medalist.

The biathlete shoots four times at any shooting lane over five laps for twenty total targets. Pentalty time is added for each missed shot.

Year Gold Medal Country Score
2014 Martin Fourcade France 49:31.7 Details >>
2010 Emil Hegle Svendsen Norway 48:22.5 Details >>
2006 Michael Greis Germany 54:23.0 Details >>
2002 Ole Einar Bjørndalen Norway 51:03.3 Details >>
1998 Halvard Hanevold Norway 56:16.4 Details >>
1994 Sergey Tarasov Russia 57:25.3 Details >>
1992 Yevgeny Redkin Unified Team 57:34.4 Details >>
1988 Frank-Peter Roetsch East Germany 56:33.3 Details >>
1984 Peter Angerer West Germany 1:11:52.7 Details >>
1980 Anatoly Alyabyev Soviet Union 1:08:16.31 Details >>
1976 Nikolay Kruglov Soviet Union 1:14:12.26 Details >>
1972 Magnar Solberg Norway 1:15:55.5 Details >>
1968 Magnar Solberg Norway 1:13:45.9 Details >>
1964 Vladimir Melanin Soviet Union 1:20:26.8 Details >>
1960 Klas Lestander Sweden 1:33:21.6 Details >>