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Name Born Nation WC-rank Average Races Wins Top 3 Top 10 Top 40 Prone Standing C.S
Martin Fourcade 1988 France 1 (1322 pts) 2.2 26 14 22 26 26 93.02% 87.91% 6
Anton Shipulin 1987 Russia 2 (918 pts) 10.3 26 2 9 15 26 90.23% 85.58% 4
Johannes Thingnes Bø 1993 Norway 3 (812 pts) 9.1 21 2 8 16 21 90.29% 88.57% 5
Arnd Peiffer 1987 Germany 4 (746 pts) 14.3 26 1 3 10 26 92.09% 82.33% 5
Simon Schempp 1988 Germany 5 (741 pts) 11.3 22 2 3 14 21 90.81% 86.49% 3
Julian Eberhard 1986 Austria 6 (732 pts) 13.6 24 2 4 12 23 76.92% 81.03% 2
Emil Hegle Svendsen 1985 Norway 7 (667 pts) 10.7 19 - 6 12 19 91.33% 86.00% 5
Lowell Bailey 1981 USA 8 (641 pts) 15.3 23 1 2 8 22 96.84% 85.26% 7
Ole Einar Bjørndalen 1974 Norway 9 (631 pts) 17.4 25 - 1 11 23 85.85% 85.37% 2
Erik Lesser 1988 Germany 10 (621 pts) 17.0 24 - 1 8 23 94.50% 77.50% 2
Benedikt Doll 1990 Germany 11 (608 pts) 18.5 26 1 1 5 25 87.44% 74.88% 1
Ondrej Moravec 1984 Czech Republic 12 (597 pts) 19.7 24 - 2 9 21 88.50% 86.50% 4
Simon Eder 1983 Austria 13 (552 pts) 16.4 20 - 3 7 18 93.13% 78.13% 1
Dominik Windisch 1989 Italy 14 (525 pts) 22.4 25 - 2 4 23 84.29% 80.48% 1
Jean Guillaume Beatrix 1988 France 15 (521 pts) 21.4 25 - - 4 24 94.15% 79.51% 1
Dominik Landertinger 1988 Austria 16 (512 pts) 21.1 22 - - 6 20 89.44% 76.11% 1
Michal Krcmar 1991 Czech Republic 17 (498 pts) 23.0 25 - 1 9 21 91.71% 83.90% 5
Evgeniy Garanichev 1988 Russia 18 (495 pts) 19.1 22 - - 6 20 91.67% 81.11% 2
Maxim Tsvetkov 1992 Russia 19 (469 pts) 21.1 21 - 1 5 19 92.35% 85.29% 5
Quentin Fillon Maillet 1992 France 20 (466 pts) 23.0 23 - 2 4 20 79.53% 83.26% 2
Andrejs Rastorgujevs 1988 Latvia 21 (445 pts) 24.5 21 - 1 8 17 87.06% 71.18% -
Michal Slesingr 1983 Czech Republic 22 (422 pts) 27.0 25 - 1 3 21 82.93% 79.51% -
Sergey Semenov 1988 Ukraine 23 (421 pts) 28.3 26 - 1 4 19 85.58% 77.21% 2
Anton Babikov 1991 Russia 24 (399 pts) 26.0 22 1 2 6 17 89.14% 83.43% 4
Simon Desthieux 1991 France 25 (396 pts) 23.9 21 - - 4 18 85.00% 82.78% 1
Krasimir Anev 1987 Bulgaria 26 (363 pts) 24.3 21 - - 4 18 91.76% 87.65% 3
Dmytro Pidruchnyi 1991 Ukraine 27 (362 pts) 26.9 21 - - 3 17 87.65% 82.94% 2
Fredrik Lindström 1989 Sweden 28 (355 pts) 28.7 21 - 1 4 16 91.18% 81.18% 3
Lukas Hofer 1989 Italy 29 (350 pts) 26.0 21 - - 4 18 78.79% 84.24% 1
Benjamin Weger 1989 Switzerland 30 (328 pts) 29.3 22 - - 4 16 81.71% 87.43% 5
Lars Helge Birkeland 1988 Norway 31 (314 pts) 20.5 15 - - 3 15 88.80% 90.40% 1
Vladimir Iliev 1987 Bulgaria 32 (309 pts) 29.5 21 - - 2 16 80.61% 80.00% -
Michael Rösch 1983 Germany 33 (255 pts) 35.6 21 - - 3 14 88.48% 83.03% 3
Daniel Mesotitsch 1976 Austria 34 (238 pts) 31.9 19 - - 1 14 88.00% 84.67% 4
Matvey Eliseev 1993 Russia 35 (235 pts) 34.7 15 - - 3 10 84.35% 79.13% 1
Tarjei Bø 1988 Norway 36 (219 pts) 14.0 8 - - 2 8 90.77% 83.08% -
Artem Pryma 1987 Ukraine 37 (208 pts) 31.6 18 - - 2 14 85.71% 85.00% 2
Simon Fourcade 1984 France 38 (200 pts) 37.1 15 - - 2 9 80.00% 87.27% -
Serafin Wiestner 1990 Switzerland 39 (182 pts) 38.3 20 - - 1 11 79.35% 75.48% -
Erlend Bjøntegaard 1990 Norway 40 (178 pts) 32.1 14 - - 2 11 90.91% 65.45% -
Henrik L'Abee-Lund 1986 Norway 41 (178 pts) 34.1 14 - - 1 10 81.82% 75.45% 1
Klemen Bauer 1986 Slovenia 42 (177 pts) 40.9 19 - - - 12 81.29% 73.55% 1
Sebastian Samuelsson 1997 Sweden 43 (169 pts) 36.1 18 - - - 12 82.14% 80.00% 1
Dmitry Malyshko 1987 Russia 44 (167 pts) 39.0 12 - - 1 7 81.05% 77.89% 1
Vetle Sjåstad Christiansen 1992 Norway 45 (149 pts) 24.0 8 - - 1 7 90.00% 91.67% 1
Tim Burke 1982 USA 46 (132 pts) 31.8 13 - - - 11 94.29% 68.57% -
Vladimir Chepelin 1988 Belarus 47 (125 pts) 45.1 15 - 1 1 9 81.82% 68.18% -
Roman Rees 1993 Germany 48 (112 pts) 31.9 9 - - - 6 91.43% 82.86% 1
Mario Dolder 1990 Switzerland 49 (103 pts) 41.0 22 - - - 10 89.14% 71.43% 1
Scott Gow 1990 Canada 50 (98 pts) 42.5 19 - - - 7 87.59% 80.00% 3
Florian Graf 1988 Germany 51 (97 pts) 36.8 11 - - 1 6 84.71% 81.18% -
Volodymyr Siemakov 1985 Ukraine 52 (90 pts) 47.2 14 - - - 5 86.67% 80.95% -
Cornel Puchianu 1989 Romania 53 (73 pts) 55.2 14 - - - 5 82.11% 68.42% 1
Lorenz Waeger 1991 Austria 54 (69 pts) 37.9 8 - - - 6 90.00% 85.00% 2
Fabien Claude 1994 France 55 (67 pts) 41.9 16 - - - 8 77.04% 72.59% -
Alexey Volkov 1988 Russia 56 (63 pts) 20.0 3 - - - 3 96.00% 96.00% 1
Leif Nordgren 1989 USA 57 (62 pts) 44.9 10 - - - 5 85.33% 82.67% -
Sergey Bocharnikov 1988 Belarus 58 (60 pts) 46.7 17 - - - 6 80.00% 72.59% 1
Christian Gow 1993 Canada 59 (58 pts) 57.1 14 - - - 6 90.91% 84.55% 5
Matthias Bischl 1988 Germany 60 (55 pts) 40.6 7 - - - 4 85.45% 70.91% 1
Timofei Lapshin 1988 Russia 61 (53 pts) 31.3 4 - - - 3 90.00% 86.67% -
Fredrik Gjesbakk 1992 Norway 62 (53 pts) 44.2 5 - - - 3 82.86% 77.14% 1
Jaroslav Soukup 1982 Czech Republic 63 (52 pts) 56.1 12 - - - 4 89.41% 68.24% 1
Tomas Hasilla 1990 Slovakia 64 (49 pts) 52.6 16 - - - 4 85.00% 81.67% 2
Kauri Koiv 1983 Estonia 65 (49 pts) 64.7 11 - - - 4 85.33% 73.33% 1
Tomas Krupcik 1988 Czech Republic 66 (48 pts) 33.4 5 - - - 4 95.00% 90.00% 2
Yan Savitskiy 1987 Kazakhstan 67 (44 pts) 45.7 16 - - - 6 80.83% 76.67% -
Adam Vaclavik 1994 Czech Republic 68 (42 pts) 49.7 17 - - - 5 71.54% 69.23% -
Vitaliy Kilchytskyy 1988 Ukraine 69 (39 pts) 42.9 9 - - - 3 73.85% 80.00% 1
Anton Sinapov 1993 Bulgaria 70 (38 pts) 54.3 15 - - - 4 80.00% 76.52% 1
Sean Doherty 1995 USA 71 (37 pts) 47.8 12 - - - 5 78.89% 80.00% 1
Vegard Gjermundshaug 1992 Norway 72 (32 pts) 33.0 4 - - - 4 82.86% 82.86% -
Tomas Kaukenas 1990 Lithuania 73 (32 pts) 58.1 16 - - - 3 77.39% 75.65% 2
Tuomas Gronman 1991 Finland 74 (31 pts) 64.7 10 - - - 2 84.62% 84.62% 1
Martin Otcenas 1987 Slovakia 75 (29 pts) 60.3 15 - - - 2 78.10% 76.19% -
Brendan Green 1986 Canada 76 (25 pts) 56.8 18 - - - 3 77.04% 78.52% 1
Matej Kazar 1983 Slovakia 77 (19 pts) 58.0 15 - - - 3 77.14% 75.24% -
Remus Faur 1989 Romania 78 (18 pts) 59.8 12 - - - 1 86.67% 82.67% 2
Yury Shopin 1993 Russia 79 (18 pts) 45.0 6 - - - 2 77.78% 77.78% -
Dzmitry Abasheu 1991 Belarus 80 (16 pts) 53.0 8 - - - 2 86.67% 83.33% -
Jeremy Finello 1992 Switzerland 81 (16 pts) 58.9 11 - - - 2 82.50% 78.75% -
Grzegorz Guzik 1991 Poland 82 (15 pts) 66.6 15 - - - 1 74.29% 80.00% -
Peppe Femling 1992 Sweden 83 (14 pts) 67.4 7 - - - 1 72.00% 80.00% -
David Komatz 1991 Austria 84 (12 pts) 54.9 7 - - - 1 78.00% 86.00% 1
Martin Jäger 1987 Switzerland 85 (12 pts) 49.7 3 - - - 1 60.00% 60.00% -
Antonin Guigonnat 1991 France 86 (12 pts) 35.0 2 - - - 2 66.67% 73.33% -
Giuseppe Montello 1992 Italy 87 (12 pts) 67.8 15 - - - 2 80.95% 68.57% -
Olli Hiidensalo 1991 Finland 88 (12 pts) 54.1 15 - - - 4 86.96% 67.83% -
Jesper Nelin 1992 Sweden 89 (9 pts) 55.7 11 - - - 1 72.94% 71.76% -
Maksim Varabei 1995 Belarus 90 (9 pts) 63.7 12 - - - 2 73.75% 68.75% -
Matthias Dorfer 1993 Germany 91 (9 pts) 50.3 3 - - - 2 90.00% 85.00% 1
Paul Schommer 1992 USA 92 (8 pts) 79.0 4 - - - 1 72.00% 76.00% -
Alexander Loginov 1992 Russia 93 (8 pts) 48.7 3 - - - 2 72.00% 72.00% -
Raman Yaliotnau 1993 Belarus 94 (7 pts) 54.9 11 - - - 1 78.89% 66.67% -
Philipp Nawrath 1993 Germany 95 (7 pts) 45.0 4 - - - 1 76.67% 73.33% -
Russell Currier 1987 USA 96 (7 pts) 56.9 7 - - - 1 65.45% 76.36% -
Miha Dovzan 1994 Slovenia 97 (7 pts) 67.5 13 - - - 1 77.78% 76.67% 1
Thomas Bormolini 1991 Italy 98 (7 pts) 61.3 15 - - - 2 75.24% 82.86% -
Lenart Oblak 1991 Slovenia 99 (6 pts) 73.5 8 - - - 1 89.09% 81.82% 3
Dimitar Gerdzhikov 1992 Bulgaria 100 (5 pts) 59.0 15 - - - 2 89.52% 79.05% 3
Torstein Stenersen 1988 Sweden 101 (4 pts) 64.2 9 - - - 1 65.00% 88.33% -
Kresimir Crnkovic 1995 Croatia 102 (4 pts) 81.4 8 - - - 1 66.00% 54.00% -
Felix Leitner 1996 Austria 103 (4 pts) 55.1 8 - - - 2 69.09% 69.09% -
Michael Willeitner 1990 Germany 104 (3 pts) 40.7 3 - - - 1 88.00% 84.00% -
Rok Trsan 1992 Slovenia 105 (2 pts) 70.0 13 - - - 1 81.18% 74.12% 1
Mitja Drinovec 1996 Slovenia 106 (2 pts) 72.3 3 - - - 1 85.00% 85.00% -