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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Women's Biathlon World Cup Past Winners List..

Women's Biathlon World Cup Winners-Champions List by Year.


  • The Biathlon Women's World Cup (Championships) is a International women's Biathlon tournament which is held annually and organized by IBU
  • The first Biathlon Women's World Cup was held in 1982-83 season , initially it is called Biathlon European Cup, although it is open to all Nationalities of the world.
  •  Magdalena Forsberg is the most successful Biathlon athlete who have won the most race winners whith 42 times, follow by Magdalena Neunerwon the race with 34 times.
  • 2016-17 Biathlon women's World cup Gold medal winner is Laura Dahlmeier (GER)...





Women's Biathlon World Cup, winners-champions, gold medal.




Here are complete list of All Women's Biathlon World Cup Past Champions-Winners & Gold Medalists Since 1982-83.






2018  Women's Biathlon World Cup -

2017  - Laura Dahlmeier (GER) - Gabriela Koukalová (CZE) - Kaisa Mäkäräinen (FIN)

2016  - Gabriela Soukalová (CZE) - Marie Dorin Habert (FRA) - Dorothea Wierer (ITA)

2015  - Darya Domracheva (BLR) - Kaisa Mäkäräinen (FIN) - Valj Semerenko (UKR)

2014  - Kaisa Mäkäräinen (FIN) - Tora Berger (NOR) - Darya Domracheva (BLR)

2013 Tora Berger (NOR) - Darya Domracheva (BLR) -  Andrea Henkel (GER)

2012  - Magdalena Neuner (ger) -  Darya Domracheva (blr) -  Tora Berger (nor)

2011  - Kaisa Mäkäräinen (fin) -  Andrea Henkel (ger) -  Helena Ekholm-Jonsson (swe)

2010  - Magdalena Neuner (ger) -  Simone H Denkinger (ger) -  Helena Jonsson (swe)

2009  - Helena Jonsson (swe) -  Kati Wilhelm (ger) -  Tora Berger (nor)

2008  - Magdalena Neuner (ger) - Sandrine Bailly (fra) -  Andrea Henkel (ger)

2007  - Andrea Henkel (ger) - Kati Wilhelm (ger) -  Anna-Carin Olofsson (swe)

2006  -  Kati Wilhelm (ger) -  Anna-Carin Olofsson (swe) - Martina Glagow (ger)

2005  - Sandrine Bailly (fra) -  Kati Wilhelm (ger) -  Olga Pyleva (rus)

2004  - Liv Grete Skjelbreid-Poirée (nor)  - Olga Pyleva (rus) -  Sandrine Bailly (fra)

2003  - Martina Glagow (ger) -  Albina Akhatova (rus) -  Sylvie Becaert (fra)

2002  - Magdalena Forsberg-Wallin (swe) -  Liv Grete Skjelbreid (nor) - Uschi Disl (ger)

2001 -  Magdalena Forsberg (swe) - Liv Grete Skjelbreid (nor) - Olena Zubrilova (ukr)

2000  - Magdalena Forsberg-Wallin (swe) -  Olena Zubrilova (ukr) -  Corinne Niogret (fra)

1999 -  Magdalena Forsberg-Wallin (swe) -  Olena Zubrilova (ukr) -  Uschi Disl (ger)

1998  - Magdalena Forsberg-Wallin (swe) -  Uschi Disl (ger) -  Martina Zellner (ger)

1997  - Magdalena Forsberg  (swe) -  Uschi Disl (ger) -  S Greiner-Petter-Memm (ger)

1996  - Emanuelle Claret (fra) -  Uschi Disl (ger) -  Petra Schaaf-Behle (ger)

1995  -  Anne Briand (fra) -  Uschi Disl (ger) -  Svetlana Paramygina (blr)

1994  -  Svetlana Paramygina (blr) -  Nathalie Santer (ita) -  Anne Briand (fra)

1993 -  Anfisa Restzova (rus) -  Myriam Bedard (can) -  Anne Briand (fra)

1992  - Anfisa Restzova (eun)  - Anne Briand (fa) -  Petra Schaaf (ger)

1991  - Svetlana Davidova (urs) - Myriam Bedard (can) - Anne Elisabeth Elvebakk (nor)

1990  - Jirina Adamicková (czs) -  Anne Elisabeth Elvebakk (nor) -  Elena Golovina (urs)

1989  - Elena Golovina (urs) -  Natalya Prikastzhikova (urs) -  Svetlana Davydova (urs)

1988  - Anne Elisabeth Elvebakk (nor) -  Elin Kristiansen (nor) -  Nadejda Alexieva (bul)

1987  - Eva Korpela (swe) -  Anne Elisabeth Elvebakk (nor) -  Sanna Grønlid (nor)

1986 -  Eva Korpela (swe) -  Sanna Grønlid (nor) -  Lise Meloche (can)

1985  - Sanna Grønlid (nor) -  Eva Korpela (swe) -  Kaja Parve (urs)

1984  - Mette Mestad (nor) -  Sanna Grønlid (nor) -  Gry Østvik (nor)

1983  - Gry Østvik (nor) -  Siv Bråten (nor) -  Aino Kallunki (fin)





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