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This week’s World Cup biathlon schedule

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This week's World Cup biathlon events are set for Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at Soldier Hollow at Wasatch Mountain State Park, near Midway. Listed below are the six events and the dates and times for each. Also included are the medalists from this month's 2001 World Championships in each event as well as the leaders in the current World Cup and the top U.S. biathletes.

Men's 20 kilometers — Wednesday, 10 a.m.

2001 World Championships

Gold: Paavo Puurunen, Finland

Silver: Vadim Sashurin, Belarus

Bronze: Ilmars Bricis, Latvia

World Cup standings

1. Sergei Rozhkov, Russia

2. Ricco Gross, Germany

3. Raphael Poiree, France

Women's 15 kilometers - Wednesday, 1 p.m.

2001 World Championships

Gold: Magdalena Forsberg, Sweden

Silver: Liv Grete Skjelbreid-Poiree, Norway

Bronze: Olena Zubrilova, Ukraine

World Cup standings

1. Magdalena Forsberg, Sweden

2. Corinne Niogret, France

3. Andrea Henkel, Germany

Men's 10-kilometer sprint - Friday, 10 a.m.

2001 World Championships

Gold: Pavel Rostovtsev, Russian Federation

Silver: Rene Cattarinussi, Italy

Bronze: Halvard Hanevold, Norway

World Cup standings

1. Raphael Poiree, France

2. Ole Einar Bjoerndalen, Norway

3. Frode Andresen, Norway

41. Jay Hakkinen, USA

45. Jeremy Teela, USA

Women's 7.5-kilometer sprint - Friday, 1 p.m.

2001 World Championships

Gold: Kati Wilhelm, Germany

Silver: Uschi Disl, Germany

Bronze: Liv Grete Skjelbreid-Poiree

World Cup standings

1. Magdalena Forsberg, Sweden

2. Olena Zubrilova, Ukraine

3. Liv Grete Skjelbreid-Poiree, Norway

56. Rachel Steer, USA

Men's 12.5-kilometer pursuit — Saturday, 9 a.m.

2001 World Championships

Gold: Pavel Rostovtsev, Russian Federation

Silver: Raphael Poiree, France

Bronze: Sven Fischer, Germany

World Cup standings

1. Raphael Poiree, France

2. Frode Andresen, Norway

3. Ole Einar Bjoerndalen, Norway

39. Jeremy Teela, USA

Women's 10-kilometer pursuit - Saturday, 11:30 a.m.

2001 World Championships

Gold: Liv Grete Skjelbreid-Poiree, Norway

Silver: Corinne Niogret, France

Bronze: Magdalena Forsberg, Sweden

World Cup standings

1. Magdalena Forsberg, Sweden

2. Olena Zubrilova, Ukraine

3. Corinne Niogret, France

48. Rachel Steer, USA