Biathlon men's standings - world cup 2019-2020 ranking

#   Name Score
1 Martin Fourcade 752
2 Quentin Fillon Maillet 658
3 Johannes Thingnes Boe 630
4 Tarjei Boe 580
5 Alexandr Loginov 570
6 Simon Desthieux 536
7 Emilien Jacquelin 499
8 Benedikt Doll 483
9 Johannes Dale 472
10 Vetle Sjastad Christiansen 411
11 Erlend Bjoentegaard 401
12 Arnd Peiffer 373
13 Matvey Eliseev 361
14 Johannes Kuhn 352
15 Jakov Fak 349
16 Lukas Hofer 331
17 Philipp Horn 331
18 Fabien Claude 284
19 Julian Eberhard 277
20 Dmytro Pidruchnuy 254
21 Simon Eder 235
22 Michal Krcmar 228
23 Artem Pryma 199
24 Felix Leitner 196
25 Andrejs Rastorgujevs 196
26 Sebastian Samuelsson 190
27 Dominik Windisch 188
28 Ondrej Moravec 186
29 Benjamin Weger 180
30 Antonin Guigonnat 171
31 Bulgaria Vladimir Iliev 138
32 Russia Evgeniy Garanichev 138
33 Germany Philipp Nawrath 131
34 Belgium Florent Claude 125
35 Russia Nikita Porshnev 120
36 Sweden Jesper Nelin 115
37 Sweden Martin Ponsiluoma 111
38 Belarus Raman Yaliotnau 104
39 Germany Simon Schempp 99
40 Korea Timofey Lapshin 97
41 Bulgaria Krasimir Anev 96
42 Austria Dominik Landertinger 88
43 Sweden Peppe Femling 79
44 USA Sean Doherty 72
45 Lithuania Vytautas Strolia 69
46 USA Leif Nordgren 66
47 Belarus Sergey Bocharnikov 66
48 Canada Scott Gow 65
49 Slovenia Rok Trsan 64
50 Finland Tero Seppala 63
51 Italy Thomas Bormolini 60
52 Ukraine Anton Dudchenko 60
53 Belarus Anton Smolski 58
54 Czech Jakub Stvrtecky 58
55 Germany Erik Lesser 56
56 Belgium Thierry Langer 53
57 Russia Kirill Streltsov 46
58 Slovakia Martin Otcenas 45
59 Germany Roman Rees 44
60 Slovenia Klemen 44
61 Russia Eduard Latypov 39
62 Norway Lars Birkeland 36
63 Norway Aleksander Andersen Fjeld 35
64 Belarus Mikita Labastau 35
65 China Fangming Cheng 33
66 Switzerland Mario Dolder 32
67 Russia Dmitry Malyshko 32
68 Russia Anton Babikov 27
69 Poland Grzegorz Guzik 25
70 Lithuania Karol Dombrovskij 24
71 Canada Christian Gow 21
72 Kazakhstan Roman Yeremin 19
73 Czech Adam Vaclavik 19
74 Ukraine Serhiy Semenov 17
75 Switzerland Serafin Wiestner 16
76 Belarus Maksim Varabei 13
77 Canada Jules Burnotte 13
78 Czech Michal Slesingr 12
79 Lithuania Tomas Kaukenas 10
80 Romania George Buta 9
81 Czech Tomaas Krupcik 7
82 Slovenia Miha Dovzan 6
83 Estonia Rene Zahkna 6
84 Switzerland Joscha Burkhalter 4
85 Poland Lukasz Szczurek 4
86 Austria Tobias Eberhard 3
87 Ukraine Ruslan Tkalenko 2
88 Poland Andrzej Nedza-kubiniec 2
89 Sweden Torstein Stenersen 1

Most important overall classification - The winner get a big crystal globe. Last six times it was Martin Fourcade. Nobody can make a rivalry.

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Created 2018-10-25
World Championship, Antholz
Time CET
13 Feb 2020 - 14:45 - Mixed relay 2x6 & 2x7,5km
14 Feb 2020 - 14:45 - Sprint 7,5km, Women
15 Feb 2020 - 14:45 - Sprint 10km, Men
16 Feb 2020 - 13:00 - Pursuit 10km, Women
16 Feb 2020 - 15:15 - Pursuit 12,5km, Men
18 Feb 2020 - 14:15 - Individual race 15km, Women
19 Feb 2020 - 14:15 - Individual race 20km, Men
20 Feb 2020 - 15:15 - Single mixed relay
22 Feb 2020 - 11:45 - Relay 4x6km, Women
22 Feb 2020 - 14:45 - Relay 4x7,5km, Men
23 Feb 2020 - 12:45 - Mass start 12,5km, Women
23 Feb 2020 - 15:20 - Mass start 15km, Men