Cross-Country at the Torino 2006 Paralympic Winter Games

Women's 10 km Standing
Torino 2006 Paralympic Winter GamesTorino 2006 Paralympic Winter Games
Host City: Torino, Italy
Dates: ?
Countries: 10
Para Athletes: 12

Medallists
BURMISTROVA AnnaRUSRUS
BATENKOVA YuliyaUKRUKR
FLORIET AnneFRAFRA

Women's 10 km Standing - Results
Final Round
Rank Athlete NPC Date TimeFactorReal Time Info
1BURMISTROVA AnnaRUS
RUS
Russia0:34:12.29237:10.6
2BATENKOVA YuliyaUKR
UKR
Ukraine0:34:30.89137:55.7
3FLORIET AnneFRA
FRA
France0:34:39.39038:30.4
4ROGOWIEC KatarzynaPOL
POL
Poland0:34:55.57944:12.5
5DEVITTORI ChiaraSUI
SUI
Switzerland0:35:18.19636:46.4
6GORBUNOVA AlenaRUS
RUS
Russia0:35:46.49238:53.0
7KYRYCHENKO IrynaUKR
UKR
Ukraine0:37:28.88743:04.9
8LOEYTYNOJA MaijaFIN
FIN
Finland0:38:01.59241:19.9
9OTA ShokoJPN
JPN
Japan0:38:38.39241:59.8
10SELLIN StinaSWE
SWE
Sweden0:38:42.39242:04.3
11UNDERKOFLER KellyUSA
USA
United States of America0:40:24.89243:55.6
12PENG YuanyuanCHN
CHN
China0:41:36.19245:13.2

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