1990–91 Biathlon World Cup

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1990–91 World Cup
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Soviet Union Sergei Tchepikov Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova
Nations Cup Italy Italy Germany Germany
Individual Germany Mark Kirchner Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova
Sprint Soviet Union Sergei Tchepikov Germany Uschi Disl
Competition

The 1990–91 Biathlon World Cup was a multi-race tournament over a season of biathlon, organised by the UIPMB (Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne et Biathlon). The season started on 13 December 1990 in Albertville, France, and ended on 17 March 1991 in Canmore, Canada. It was the 14th season of the Biathlon World Cup.

Calendar

Below is the World Cup calendar for the 1990–91 season.[1][2][3]

Location Date Individual Sprint Team event Relay
France Albertville 13-16 December
Germany Ruhpolding 17–20 January
Italy Antholz-Anterselva 24–27 January
Germany Oberhof 31 January–3 February
Finland Lahti 19–24 February
Norway Holmenkollen 7–10 March
Canada Canmore 14–17 March
Total 7 7 3 5
  • 1991 World Championship races were not included in the 1990–91 World Cup scoring system.
  • The relays were technically unofficial races as they did not count towards anything in the World Cup.

World Cup Podium

Men

Stage Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib
(After competition)
Det.
1 13 December 1990 France Albertville 20 km Individual Soviet Union Sergei Tchepikov Soviet Union Anatoly Zhdanovich Germany Frank-Peter Roetsch Soviet Union Sergei Tchepikov [1][2][3][4]
1 15 December 1990 France Albertville 10 km Sprint Soviet Union Sergei Tchepikov Germany Frank Luck Italy Andreas Zingerle [1][2][5][6]
2 17 January 1991 Germany Ruhpolding 20 km Individual Italy Pieralberto Carrara Italy Andreas Zingerle Norway Eirik Kvalfoss Italy Andreas Zingerle [1][2][3][7][8]
2 19 January 1991 Germany Ruhpolding 10 km Sprint Soviet Union Sergei Tarasov Italy Pieralberto Carrara Norway Frode Løberg Soviet Union Sergei Tchepikov [1][2][3][9][10]
3 24 January 1991 Italy Antholz-Anterselva 20 km Individual Soviet Union Alexandr Popov Soviet Union Sergei Tchepikov France Christian Dumont [1][2][3][11]
3 26 January 1991 Italy Antholz-Anterselva 10 km Sprint Soviet Union Sergei Tchepikov Italy Andreas Zingerle Germany Mark Kirchner [1][2][3][12]
4 31 January 1991 Germany Oberhof 20 km Individual Germany Mark Kirchner Germany Frank Luck Italy Pieralberto Carrara [1][2][3][13]
4 2 February 1991 Germany Oberhof 10 km Sprint Germany Frank Luck Germany Ricco Groß Italy Andreas Zingerle Italy Andreas Zingerle [1][2][3][14]
5 7 March 1991 Norway Oslo Holmenkollen 20 km Individual Germany Mark Kirchner Austria Franz Schuler France Stéphane Bouthiaux [1][2][3][15]
5 9 March 1991 Norway Oslo Holmenkollen 10 km Sprint Norway Geir Einang Soviet Union Sergei Tarasov Norway Frode Løberg Soviet Union Sergei Tchepikov [1][2][3][16]
6 14 March 1991 Canada Canmore 20 km Individual France Hervé Flandin France Patrice Bailly-Salins United States Josh Thompson [1][2][3][17]
6 16 March 1991 Canada Canmore 10 km Sprint Norway Eirik Kvalfoss Italy Hubert Leitgeb Germany Mark Kirchner [1][2][3][18]

Women

Stage Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib
(After competition)
Det.
1 13 December 1990 France Albertville 15 km Individual Soviet Union Elena Golovina Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova Soviet Union Irina Agolakova Soviet Union Elena Golovina [1][2][3][19]
1 15 December 1990 France Albertville 7.5 km Sprint Germany Uschi Disl Soviet Union Elena Melnikova Germany Kerstin Moring [1][2][20][21]
2 17 January 1991 Germany Ruhpolding 15 km Individual Soviet Union Elena Golovina France Véronique Claudel Germany Antje Misersky [1][2][3][22][23]
2 19 January 1991 Germany Ruhpolding 7.5 km Sprint Canada Myriam Bédard Germany Uschi Disl Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova [1][2][3][9][24]
3 24 January 1991 Italy Antholz-Anterselva 15 km Individual Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova Germany Petra Schaaf Norway Anne Elvebakk Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova [1][2][3][25]
3 26 January 1991 Italy Antholz-Anterselva 7.5 km Sprint Norway Anne Elvebakk Norway Grete Nykkelmo Soviet Union Irina Agolakova [1][2][3][26]
4 31 January 1991 Germany Oberhof 15 km Individual Canada Myriam Bédard Germany Uschi Disl Norway Anne Elvebakk Norway Anne Elvebakk [1][2][3][27]
4 2 February 1991 Germany Oberhof 7.5 km Sprint Norway Elin Kristiansen Canada Yvonne Visser Norway Hildegunn Fossen [1][2][3][28]
5 7 March 1991 Norway Oslo Holmenkollen 15 km Individual Germany Antje Misersky Canada Myriam Bédard Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova [1][2][3][29]
5 9 March 1991 Norway Oslo Holmenkollen 7.5 km Sprint Norway Grete Nykkelmo Germany Uschi Disl Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova [1][2][3][30]
6 14 March 1991 Canada Canmore 15 km Individual Norway Elin Kristiansen Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova Canada Myriam Bédard [1][2][3][31]
6 16 March 1991 Canada Canmore 7.5 km Sprint Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova Canada Myriam Bédard Norway Elin Kristiansen [1][2][3][32]

Men's team

Event Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third
1 16 December 1990 France Les Saisies[1][2][33][34] 4x7.5 km Relay  Soviet Union
Valeriy Noskov
Juri Kashkarov
Sergei Tchepikov
Alexander Popov
 Norway
Geir Einang
Sverre Istad
Jon Åge Tyldum
Gisle Fenne
 Italy
Wilfried Pallhuber
Hubert Leitgeb
Johann Passler
Andreas Zingerle
3 27 January 1991 Italy Antholz[1][2][35] 4x7.5 km Relay  Soviet Union
Juri Kashkarov
Alexander Popov
Sergei Tarasov
Sergei Tchepikov
 Italy
Pieralberto Carrara
Johann Passler
Wilfried Pallhuber
Andreas Zingerle
 Germany
Ricco Gross
Frank Luck
Mark Kirchner
Fritz Fischer
4 3 February 1991 Germany Oberhof[1][2][36][37] 4x7.5 km Relay  Germany
Ricco Gross
Frank Luck
Mark Kirchner
Fritz Fischer
 Italy
Pieralberto Carrara
Johann Passler
Hubert Leitgeb
Andreas Zingerle
 Norway
Sverre Istad
Ivar Ulekleiv
Jon Åge Tyldum
Frode Løberg
5 10 March 1991 Norway Oslo[1][2][38] 4x7.5 km Relay  Soviet Union
Valeri Kiriyenko
Sergei Tchepikov
Sergei Tarasov
Alexander Popov
 Norway
Geir Einang
Eirik Kvalfoss
Frode Løberg
Gisle Fenne
 Germany
Ricco Gross
André Sehmisch
Mark Kirchner
Fritz Fischer

Women's team

Event Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third
1 16 December 1990 France Albertville[1][2][39][40] 3x6 km Relay  Germany
Uschi Disl
Kerstin Moring
Antje Misersky
 Norway
Signe Trosten
Anne Elvebakk
Synnøve Thoresen
 Finland
Tuija Vuoksiala
Pirjo Mattila
Seija Hyytiäinen
3 27 January 1991 Italy Antholz[1][2][41] 3x6 km Relay  Soviet Union
Elena Belova
Elena Golovina
Irina Agolakova
 Germany
Uschi Disl
Inga Kesper
Petra Schaaf
 Sweden
Inger Björkbom
Christina Eklund
Mia Stadig
4 3 February 1991 Germany Oberhof[1][2][42][43] 3x6 km Relay  Germany
Uschi Disl
Inga Kesper
Petra Schaaf
 Norway
Signe Trosten
Hildegunn Fossen
Unni Kristiansen
 Czechoslovakia
Petra Nosková
Jiřina Adamičková
Jana Vápeníková
5 10 March 1991 Norway Oslo[1][2][44] 3x6 km Relay  Germany
Uschi Disl
Inga Kesper
Petra Schaaf
 Soviet Union
Elena Belova
Nadezhda Talanova
Irina Agolakova
 Norway
Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo
Anne Elvebakk
Elin Kristiansen

Standings: Men [1][2]

Overall

Pos. Points
   Soviet Union Sergei Tchepikov 191
2. Germany Mark Kirchner 183
3. Italy Andreas Zingerle 174
4. Germany Frank Luck 156
5. Italy Pieralberto Carrara 147
  • Final standings after 12 races.

Standings: Women [1][2]

Overall

Pos. Points
   Soviet Union Svetlana Davidova 204
2. Canada Myriam Bédard 192
3. Norway Anne Elvebakk 178
4. Germany Uschi Disl 174
5. Germany Antje Misersky 162
  • Final standings after 12 races.

Achievements

Men

First World Cup career victory
  •  Pieralberto Carrara (ITA), 24, in his 7th season — the WC 2 Individual in Ruhpolding; it also was his first podium
  •  Sergei Tarasov (URS), 25, in his 2nd season — the WC 2 Sprint in Ruhpolding; first podium was the 1989–90 Sprint in Obertilliach
  •  Geir Einang (NOR), 26, in his 7th season — the WC 5 Sprint in Holmenkollen; first podium was the 1987–88 Sprint in Holmenkollen
  •  Hervé Flandin (FRA), 25, in his 6th season — the WC 6 Individual in Canmore; first podium was the 1987–88 Individual in Antholz-Anterselva
First World Cup podium
  •  Christian Dumont (FRA), 27, in his 8th season — no. 3 in the WC 3 Individual in Antholz-Anterselva
  •  Ricco Groß (GER), 20, in his 1st season — no. 2 in the WC 4 Sprint in Oberhof
  •  Stéphane Bouthiaux (FRA), 24, in his 4th season — no. 3 in the WC 5 Individual in Holmenkollen
  •  Patrice Bailly-Salins (FRA), 26, in his 3rd season — no. 2 in the WC 6 Individual in Canmore
  •  Josh Thompson (USA), 29, — no. 3 in the WC 6 Individual in Canmore
  •  Hubert Leitgeb (ITA), 25, in his 5th season — no. 2 in the WC 6 Sprint in Canmore
Victory in this World Cup (all-time number of victories in parentheses)

Women

Victory in this World Cup (all-time number of victories in parentheses)

Retirements

Following notable biathletes retired after the 1990–91 season:


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