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Summer WC, Minsk-Raubichi
2019-08-23 09:00 (CET)
Junior men Super sprint Qualification

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Summer WC, Minsk-Raubichi
2019-08-23 09:00 (CET)
Junior men Super sprint Qualification



APEL Katrin

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APEL Katrin

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Name  APEL Katrin
Country
Germany
Birthdate  1973-05-04
Height  172
Weight  62
Birthplace  Erfurt, GER
Residence  Graefenroda, GER
Homeplace  Graefenroda, GER
Education  
Languages  German
Profession  Soldier
Marital Status  Unmarried
Hobbies  Cooking, Reading, Music
First Year in Biathlon  1994
National team  1995
Coaches  Böse
Team сoach  Müssiggang
Club  WSV Frankenhein
Website  www.katrin-apel.de
Rifle  Anschütz
Skis  Fischer
Gloves  Röckl
Goggles  Rudy Project
Ski poles  Swix
Sponsors  
Race suit  Adidas
  Biography
Apel began her career as a cross country skier, between 1990 and 1994, her best results were third place in the junior World Championships 5km classic in 1993, and second in the relay also in the junior World Championships, in 1990. However when Apel failed to be chosen to go to the Olympics in Lillehammer in 1994, she made the decision (along with her friend and then training partner Steffi) to switch to biathlon.

Apel began biathlon in 1994 in the European Cup, the second division to the World Cup. In Apels first season in the World Cup, 1995/96, she placed 33rd, but her results imporoved from then on. In the 1998/99 season she placed 8th, in 1999/00 10th, 2000/01 12th. The 2001/02 season was her best when she finished the season in 5th place. In that season Apel placed 13th in the individual, 4th in the sprint, 4th in the pursuit, and 12th in the mass start. The year after she could only finish a lowly 20th place. She bounced back to 7th in the 2003/04 season and 8th again in 2004/05, where her best discipline was the pursuit, in which she finished 7th.

She currently lies in 8th place, 426 points behind roommate Kati Wilhelm. She is 30th in the individual, 76 points behind Svetlana Ishmouratova. She finished the sprint season in 11th place, 185 points behind Wilhelm. Her best standing is in the pursuit, where she currently lies in 4th place, 135 behind Wilhelm. Apel is 10th in the mass start, 74 points behind Martina Glagow.

Apel has had 18 podium finishes in the World Cup. Four wins, five second places and nine third places. All but one of her World Cup wins were in the 2001/02 season when she came 5th in the final standings. Also three of the four wins were in the sprint. Apel is a solid shooter in the prone position, averaging mid 80% over the years, but her standing shoot lets her down, only in the low 70%, though it has improved from mid 60% from a few years ago.

Apel has four Olympic medals, two gold, one silver and one bronze. Her only solo medal is a bronze in the sprint in the 1998 Winter Olympics. The other medals were won in relay events. Apel has nine World Championship medals, three gold, five silver and one bronze. However only two of the medals are solo medals, one a silver won in Oslo Holmenkollen in 2000 in the sprint, and the other, also a silver, won in the mass start in Oberhof in 2004. The remaining medals were won in relays.

Her favourite course is Holmenkollen, but she also likes Oberhof and Ruhpolding, because of the support of home fans. She is sponsored by e-on ruhrgas, Deutsche Kreditbank(dkb), and Viba sweets. Her equipment is supplied by Fischer, Salomon, Holmenkol, Rudy project, Swix, and airnergy.
  Results
  Shooting
Season ALL IN SP PU MS RL
06/07 81.7 (281/344) 81.7 (49/60) 82.9 (58/70) 84.2 (101/120) 82.5 (66/80) 50.0 (7/14)
05/06 81.7 (352/431) 80.0 (32/40) 80.0 (80/100) 85.0 (136/160) 85.0 (68/80) 70.6 (36/51)
04/05 77.9 (373/479) 80.0 (64/80) 77.0 (77/100) 78.3 (141/180) 76.3 (61/80) 76.9 (30/39)
03/04 75.4 (340/451) 75.0 (30/40) 78.0 (78/100) 76.7 (138/180) 72.5 (58/80) 70.6 (36/51)
02/03 76.6 (265/346) 77.5 (31/40) 75.6 (68/90) 77.9 (109/140) 70.0 (28/40) 80.6 (29/36)
01/02 78.3 (329/420) 78.3 (47/60) 77.5 (62/80) 80.0 (128/160) 71.7 (43/60) 81.7 (49/60)
00/01 75.5 (315/417) 73.3 (44/60) 77.8 (70/90) 73.3 (88/120) 78.8 (63/80) 74.6 (50/67)
99/00 74.2 (368/496) 72.5 (58/80) 75.0 (60/80) 71.1 (128/180) 80.0 (64/80) 76.3 (58/76)
98/99 79.2 (308/389) 75.0 (45/60) 78.8 (63/80) 80.0 (128/160) 80.0 (32/40) 81.6 (40/49)
  Speed statistics by seasons
Average time gap per kilometer from average time of five best results in SPRINT races (in seconds)
  Top results
  Olympic games
1998   Nagano   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 1
2002   Salt Lake City   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 1
2006   Torino   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
1998   Nagano   Women 7.5 Km Sprint 3
  World Championship
1996   Ruhpolding   Women Team 1
1996   Ruhpolding   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 1
1997   Osrblie   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 1
1999   Kontiolahti   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 1
2000   Holmenkollen   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 2
2000   Holmenkollen   Women 7.5 Km Sprint 2
2001   Pokljuka   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 2
2004   Oberhof   Women 12.5 km Mass 2
2005   Hochfilzen   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
2004   Oberhof   Women 4x6 km Relay 3
  World cup
1995   Holmenkollen   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 1
1995   Oestersund   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 1
1998   Osrblie   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2000   Lahti   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2000   Ruhpolding   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2000   Antholz-Anterselva   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2000   Pokljuka   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2001   Hochfilzen   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2001   Pokljuka   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2002   Oestersund   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2002   Holmenkollen   Women 7.5 Km Sprint 1
2002   Lahti   Women 10 km Pursuit 1
2002   Lahti   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2002   Lahti   Women 7.5 Km Sprint 1
2002   Ruhpolding   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2003   Oberhof   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2004   Ruhpolding   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2005   Oberhof   Women 4x6 km Relay 1
2005   Khanty Mansiysk   Women 7.5 Km Sprint 1
1996   Pokljuka   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 2
1996   Antholz-Anterselva   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 2
1996   Holmenkollen   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
1996   Oestersund   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
1997   Oestersund   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
1997   Ruhpolding   Women Team 2
1998   Ruhpolding   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
1999   Ruhpolding   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
1999   Antholz-Anterselva   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
1999   Val Cartier   Women 7.5 Km Sprint 2
2000   Hochfilzen   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
2000   Oberhof   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
2000   Ruhpolding   Women 7.5 Km Sprint 2
2001   Ruhpolding   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
2002   Holmenkollen   Women 10 km Pursuit 2
2003   Hochfilzen   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
2005   Ruhpolding   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
2006   Ruhpolding   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
2006   Oberhof   Women 4x6 km Relay 2
1996   Hochfilzen   Women 4x7.5 km Relay 3
1996   Pokljuka   Women 15 km Individual 3
1997   Kontiolahti   Women 4x6 km Relay 3
1998   Antholz-Anterselva   Women 4x6 km Relay 3
1998   Osrblie   Women 10 km Pursuit 3
2001   Ruhpolding   Women 7.5 Km Sprint 3
2001   Osrblie   Women 7.5 Km Sprint 3
2003   Osrblie   Women 10 km Pursuit 3
2005   Oestersund   Women 7.5 Km Sprint 3
2005   Hochfilzen   Women 4x6 km Relay 3
2006   Pokljuka   Women 10 km Pursuit 3
2006   Oberhof   Women 12.5 km Mass 3
  Top-10 individual results
2005   Khanty Mansiysk   Women 7.5 Km Sprint WC 1
2002   Holmenkollen   Women 7.5 Km Sprint WC 1
2002   Lahti   Women 10 km Pursuit WC 1
2002   Lahti   Women 7.5 Km Sprint WC 1
2004   Oberhof   Women 12.5 km Mass WCH 2
2000   Holmenkollen   Women 7.5 Km Sprint WCH 2
2002   Holmenkollen   Women 10 km Pursuit WC 2
2000   Ruhpolding   Women 7.5 Km Sprint WC 2
1999   Val Cartier   Women 7.5 Km Sprint WC 2
1998   Nagano   Women 7.5 Km Sprint OG 3
  World cup total
Season ALL IN SP PU MS
06/07 19 28 23 12 19
05/06 8 30 11 5 10
04/05 8 21 8 7 12
03/04 7 35 5 5 5
02/03 20 23 14 19 33
01/02 5 13 4 4 12
00/01 12 7 14 16
99/00 10 16 8 17 9
98/99 8 22 8 6 4
97/98 12 30 8 14
World Cup
# Name Score
1 WIERER Dorothea 904
2 VITTOZZI Lisa 882
3 KUZMINA Anastasia 870
4 OLSBU ROEISELAND Marte 855
5 OEBERG Hanna 741
6 FIALKOVA Paulina 687
7 MAKARAINEN Kaisa 673
8 HERRMANN Denise 611
9 PREUSS Franziska 570
10 HOJNISZ Monika 567
Overall ranking
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Russia  LOGINOV Alexandr
Finland  MAKARAINEN Kaisa
Norway  BOE Johannes Thingnes
Italy  WIERER Dorothea
Norway  BJOERNDALEN Ole Einar
France  FOURCADE Martin
Ukraine  DZHIMA Yuliia
Ukraine  SEMERENKO Valj
Italy  VITTOZZI Lisa
Ukraine  PIDRUCHNUY Dmytro
Ukraine  BEKH Ekaterina
Slovakia  KUZMINA Anastasia
Norway  SVENDSEN Emil Hegle
Slovakia  FIALKOVA Paulina
Ukraine  MERKUSHYNA Anastasiya