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Name Born Nation IBU-rank Average Race Wins Top 3 Top 10 Top 40 Prone Standing C.S
Fredrik Gjesbakk 1992 Norway 1 (453 pts) 9.9 13 - 6 8 13 92.50% 82.50% 2
Vetle Sjåstad Christiansen 1992 Norway 2 (445 pts) 6.8 12 2 2 10 12 94.67% 86.67% 3
Petr Pashchenko 1991 Russia 3 (389 pts) 16.1 15 - 1 6 14 84.21% 81.05% 1
Vegard Gjermundshaug 1992 Norway 4 (348 pts) 18.1 14 1 3 4 13 94.44% 66.67% 1
Fabien Claude 1994 France 5 (315 pts) 17.2 13 - - 8 11 86.25% 75.00% -
Clement Dumont 1993 France 6 (301 pts) 19.5 13 - - 4 12 87.06% 92.94% 3
Aslak Nenseter 1994 Norway 7 (271 pts) 22.9 14 - - 5 12 85.56% 92.22% 3
Eduard Latypov 1994 Russia 8 (266 pts) 21.8 12 - 2 2 11 81.25% 80.00% 2
Florian Graf 1988 Germany 9 (258 pts) 20.5 13 - 1 2 12 82.35% 90.59% 3
Fredrik Rørvik 1994 Norway 10 (257 pts) 26.4 15 - - 4 12 93.68% 81.05% 5
Lukas Kristejn 1989 Czech Republic 11 (254 pts) 24.8 14 - - 3 11 82.11% 83.16% 1
Alexey Slepov 1986 Russia 12 (245 pts) 16.0 9 - 2 2 9 78.33% 80.00% -
Håvard Bogetveit 1992 Norway 13 (243 pts) 11.7 9 - 1 5 9 85.45% 87.27% 2
Simon Fourcade 1984 France 14 (230 pts) 5.3 6 1 3 5 6 96.67% 90.00% 2
David Zobel 1996 Germany 15 (229 pts) 25.5 15 - - 1 12 88.42% 73.68% -
Emilien Jacquelin 1995 France 16 (211 pts) 17.3 7 1 3 3 7 93.33% 73.33% 1
Dmitry Malyshko 1987 Russia 17 (209 pts) 13.4 8 1 2 4 8 75.56% 86.67% 1
Felix Leitner 1996 Austria 18 (203 pts) 10.6 7 1 1 5 7 88.89% 84.44% 1
Tomas Krupcik 1988 Czech Republic 19 (195 pts) 17.0 7 - 1 5 6 95.56% 77.78% -
Philipp Horn 1994 Germany 20 (176 pts) 16.7 7 - 1 3 7 86.67% 93.33% 1
Alexey Volkov 1988 Russia 20 (176 pts) 12.1 7 - - 4 7 95.56% 82.22% 1
Antonin Guigonnat 1991 France 22 (174 pts) 9.0 4 2 2 3 4 96.00% 72.00% -
Alexander Loginov 1992 Russia 22 (174 pts) 1.3 4 3 4 4 4 90.00% 95.00% 1
Krasimir Anev 1987 Bulgaria 24 (172 pts) 5.8 4 - 2 3 4 97.14% 94.29% 3
Matej Krupcik 1992 Czech Republic 25 (170 pts) 25.3 12 - - 1 11 92.50% 83.75% 1
Vladimir Chepelin 1988 Belarus 26 (166 pts) 20.4 7 - 1 1 6 80.00% 76.00% -
Semen Suchilov 1992 Russia 27 (162 pts) 23.9 10 - - - 10 73.33% 83.33% -
Erling Aalvik 1992 Norway 28 (148 pts) 22.5 8 - - 1 8 78.18% 87.27% -
Jean Guillaume Beatrix 1988 France 29 (147 pts) 19.1 7 1 1 2 6 97.78% 75.56% -
Sven Grossegger 1987 Austria 30 (145 pts) 20.4 7 - - - 6 93.33% 84.44% 1
Milan Zemlicka 1996 Czech Republic 31 (143 pts) 33.5 11 - - 1 8 92.86% 82.86% 1
Florent Claude 1991 France 32 (136 pts) 21.3 6 - - 1 5 91.43% 80.00% 1
Philipp Nawrath 1993 Germany 33 (135 pts) 29.7 9 - - 1 7 68.00% 76.00% -
Michael Rösch 1983 Germany 33 (135 pts) 19.0 5 - 1 2 4 97.14% 77.14% -
Aristide Begue 1994 France 35 (127 pts) 29.6 10 - - - 8 95.00% 86.67% 3
Roman Rees 1993 Germany 36 (125 pts) 28.8 6 - - 2 4 82.50% 70.00% -
Pietro Dutto 1989 Italy 37 (113 pts) 33.6 11 - - 3 7 77.14% 75.71% 1
Dzmitry Abasheu 1991 Belarus 38 (112 pts) 23.0 6 - - 2 5 90.00% 72.50% -
Martin Otcenas 1987 Slovakia 39 (107 pts) 20.5 4 - - 2 3 88.00% 84.00% 1
Dmytro Pidruchnyi 1991 Ukraine 40 (106 pts) 7.3 3 - - 3 3 90.00% 75.00% -
Michael Willeitner 1990 Germany 40 (106 pts) 36.5 10 - - 1 6 69.23% 72.31% -
Ondrej Hosek 1995 Czech Republic 42 (105 pts) 35.5 10 - - 1 8 88.33% 85.00% 2
Artem Pryma 1987 Ukraine 42 (105 pts) 8.0 3 - - 2 3 90.00% 85.00% 1
Niklas Homberg 1994 Germany 44 (101 pts) 30.6 8 - - 1 6 88.33% 73.33% 1
Yury Shopin 1993 Russia 45 (99 pts) 36.8 10 - - 1 6 90.00% 85.71% 2
Carsen Campbell 1994 Canada 46 (94 pts) 40.1 11 - - - 7 90.00% 85.71% 1
Eligius Tambornino 1986 Switzerland 47 (93 pts) 46.3 10 - - - 5 73.85% 63.08% -
Adam Vaclavik 1994 Czech Republic 48 (85 pts) 14.7 3 - - 1 3 86.67% 73.33% -
Matej Kazar 1983 Slovakia 49 (84 pts) 20.0 4 - - - 4 84.00% 80.00% -
Joscha Burkhalter 1996 Switzerland 50 (80 pts) 50.8 12 - - 1 4 74.29% 74.29% 1
Aliaksandr Darozhka 1991 Belarus 51 (79 pts) 43.1 8 - - 1 4 82.00% 64.00% 1
Andriy Dotsenko 1994 Ukraine 52 (77 pts) 41.9 11 - - 1 4 84.29% 75.71% 1
Andrejs Rastorgujevs 1988 Latvia 52 (77 pts) 12.5 2 1 1 1 2 80.00% 60.00% -
Alexander Povarnitsyn 1994 Russia 54 (76 pts) 25.0 4 - - 2 3 92.00% 68.00% 1
David Komatz 1991 Austria 55 (73 pts) 27.2 6 - - - 5 83.33% 73.33% 2
Johannes Kühn 1991 Germany 56 (72 pts) 12.5 2 - 1 1 2 90.00% 50.00% -
Jaroslav Soukup 1982 Czech Republic 56 (72 pts) 23.0 4 - - - 4 90.00% 80.00% -
Artem Tyshchenko 1993 Ukraine 56 (72 pts) 36.8 4 - - 2 2 92.00% 84.00% 1
Sergey Bocharnikov 1988 Belarus 59 (71 pts) 30.2 5 - - - 4 82.86% 74.29% -
Evgeniy Garanichev 1988 Russia 60 (70 pts) 11.0 2 - 1 1 2 93.33% 66.67% -
Macx Davies 1992 Canada 61 (65 pts) 39.5 11 - - - 7 77.14% 74.29% -
Marius Ungureanu 1994 Romania 62 (63 pts) 47.1 10 - - - 4 86.15% 83.08% 2
Alexey Kornev 1991 Russia 63 (62 pts) 20.7 3 - - 1 3 90.00% 75.00% -
Lukasz Szczurek 1988 Poland 64 (61 pts) 34.4 8 - - - 7 95.00% 77.50% -
Tarjei Bø 1988 Norway 65 (60 pts) 1.0 1 1 1 1 1 100.00% 80.00% -
Leif Nordgren 1989 USA 65 (60 pts) 21.0 3 - - - 3 86.67% 86.67% -
Timofei Lapshin 1988 Russia 67 (58 pts) 12.0 2 - - - 2 80.00% 70.00% -
Rudy Zini 1988 Italy 67 (58 pts) 35.9 9 - - - 7 81.82% 90.91% 2
Kevin Plessnitzer 1992 Austria 69 (57 pts) 47.8 9 - - - 5 84.62% 67.69% -
Saverio Zini 1994 Italy 70 (52 pts) 46.4 13 - - - 5 83.53% 74.12% -
Mitja Drinovec 1996 Slovenia 71 (48 pts) 17.5 2 - - 1 2 90.00% 80.00% 1
Volodymyr Siemakov 1985 Ukraine 71 (48 pts) 3.0 1 - 1 1 1 100.00% 100.00% 1
Roman Yeremin 1997 Kazakhstan 71 (48 pts) 17.0 2 - - - 2 70.00% 100.00% -
Christofer Eriksson 1989 Sweden 74 (47 pts) 43.2 6 - - - 3 77.14% 68.57% -
Tobias Arwidson 1988 Sweden 75 (45 pts) 45.4 9 - - - 4 94.00% 84.00% 3
Dimitar Gerdzhikov 1992 Bulgaria 75 (45 pts) 33.0 3 - - - 2 90.00% 85.00% 1
Kalev Ermits 1992 Estonia 77 (43 pts) 19.5 2 - - 1 2 90.00% 70.00% -
Peter Brunner 1991 Austria 78 (42 pts) 31.5 4 - - 1 3 96.67% 73.33% -
Russell Currier 1987 USA 78 (42 pts) 27.0 3 - - - 3 73.33% 80.00% 1
Michail Kletcherov 1982 Bulgaria 78 (42 pts) 55.6 5 - - - 2 86.67% 83.33% 1
Viktar Kryuko 1995 Belarus 78 (42 pts) 45.6 8 - - - 3 94.00% 80.00% 2
Ruslan Tkalenko 1992 Ukraine 78 (42 pts) 29.0 5 - - 1 4 76.67% 80.00% -
Marco Gross 1995 Germany 83 (41 pts) 33.0 4 - - - 2 100.00% 96.00% 3
Taras Lesiuk 1996 Ukraine 83 (41 pts) 46.6 10 - - - 3 92.31% 70.77% -
Kosuke Ozaki 1992 Japan 83 (41 pts) 56.2 6 - - - 2 65.71% 74.29% 1
Thierry Langer 1991 Belgium 86 (40 pts) 36.3 4 - - - 3 88.00% 72.00% 1
Sergey Semenov 1988 Ukraine 87 (38 pts) 28.3 3 - - - 3 80.00% 90.00% -
Simon Bartko 1996 Slovakia 88 (34 pts) 48.1 7 - - - 4 68.00% 64.00% -
Daniel Mesotitsch 1976 Austria 89 (32 pts) 33.1 7 - - - 5 91.11% 66.67% -
Anton Sinapov 1993 Bulgaria 90 (31 pts) 32.5 2 - - 1 1 80.00% 86.67% -
Karol Dombrovski 1991 Lithuania 91 (30 pts) 44.8 4 - - - 3 95.00% 70.00% -
Simon Hallstroem 1991 Sweden 91 (30 pts) 55.2 6 - - - 2 80.00% 63.33% -
Andrzej Nedza-Kubiniec 1991 Poland 91 (30 pts) 46.9 7 - - - 2 75.00% 70.00% 1
Lorenz Waeger 1991 Austria 91 (30 pts) 34.2 6 - - - 5 91.43% 88.57% 1
Erlend Bjøntegaard 1990 Norway 95 (29 pts) 12.0 1 - - - 1 80.00% 80.00% -
Gheorghe Pop 1993 Romania 96 (28 pts) 54.7 6 - - - 2 65.00% 82.50% 1
Lucas Fratzscher 1994 Germany 97 (27 pts) 42.4 9 - - - 5 69.09% 76.36% -
Fabian Hoerl 1992 Austria 97 (27 pts) 47.2 6 - - - 3 77.50% 85.00% 1
Mario Dolder 1990 Switzerland 99 (26 pts) 15.0 1 - - - 1 80.00% 60.00% -
Grzegorz Guzik 1991 Poland 99 (26 pts) 48.4 5 - - - 2 80.00% 66.67% -
Paul Schommer 1992 USA 99 (26 pts) 51.0 6 - - - 3 88.57% 77.14% 1
Oskars Muiznieks 1989 Latvia 102 (25 pts) 43.3 3 - - - 1 80.00% 73.33% 1
Harald Lemmerer 1991 Austria 103 (24 pts) 46.8 6 - - - 3 80.00% 50.00% -
Tiio Soderhielm 1984 Sweden 103 (24 pts) 44.7 7 - - - 4 75.00% 65.00% -
Patrick Jakob 1996 Austria 105 (23 pts) 60.9 8 - - - 2 78.18% 81.82% -
Raman Shynkevich 1996 Belarus 105 (23 pts) 41.8 4 - - - 2 88.00% 92.00% 1
Vladimir Iliev 1987 Bulgaria 107 (22 pts) 30.0 2 - - - 2 72.00% 76.00% -
Yonggyu Kim 1993 South Korea 108 (21 pts) 58.0 5 - - - 1 73.33% 80.00% -
Vitaliy Trush 1996 Ukraine 108 (21 pts) 54.0 7 - - - 3 92.50% 72.50% -
Tuukka Invenius 1997 Finland 110 (20 pts) 41.5 4 - - - 3 96.00% 60.00% -
Michal Sima 1992 Slovakia 110 (20 pts) 58.8 6 - - - 1 82.50% 65.00% -
Anton Smolski 1996 Belarus 110 (20 pts) 40.0 3 - - - 1 73.33% 93.33% -
Ilmars Bricis 1970 Latvia 113 (19 pts) 65.0 4 - - - 1 75.00% 60.00% 1
Kresimir Crnkovic 1995 Croatia 114 (18 pts) 51.3 8 - - - 3 73.33% 53.33% -
Dominik Landertinger 1988 Austria 114 (18 pts) 23.0 1 - - - 1 80.00% 80.00% -
Matthias Dorfer 1993 Germany 116 (17 pts) 42.0 4 - - - 2 64.00% 92.00% -
Torstein Stenersen 1988 Sweden 116 (17 pts) 59.8 4 - - - 1 83.33% 66.67% -
Tomas Vojik 1993 Czech Republic 116 (17 pts) 59.3 7 - - - 2 84.00% 76.00% -
Tomas Hasilla 1990 Slovakia 119 (16 pts) 50.0 4 - - - 1 83.33% 70.00% -
Anton Myhda 1995 Ukraine 119 (16 pts) 41.8 4 - - - 3 93.33% 83.33% -
Mikito Tachizaki 1988 Japan 121 (15 pts) 38.3 4 - - - 3 80.00% 86.67% -
Anton Dudchenko 1996 Ukraine 122 (14 pts) 43.0 5 - - - 1 100.00% 90.00% 3
Mateusz Janik 1995 Poland 122 (14 pts) 56.6 10 - - - 3 90.00% 71.67% -
Daniel Gustafsson 1992 Sweden 124 (13 pts) 66.5 6 - - - 1 82.86% 71.43% -
Kazuya Inomata 1985 Japan 124 (13 pts) 76.6 7 - - - 1 64.44% 62.22% -
Ryo Maeda 1992 Japan 124 (13 pts) 68.8 5 - - - 1 73.33% 80.00% 2
Maksym Ivko 1995 Ukraine 127 (11 pts) 55.6 8 - - - 1 76.00% 72.00% 1
Sindre Pettersen 1996 Norway 128 (10 pts) 31.0 1 - - - 1 60.00% 60.00% -
Sebastian Trixl 1997 Austria 129 (9 pts) 42.5 2 - - - 1 90.00% 70.00% -
Martin Ponsiluoma 1995 Sweden 130 (8 pts) 40.3 3 - - - 2 85.00% 70.00% -
Lenart Oblak 1991 Slovenia 131 (7 pts) 56.2 9 - - - 1 86.15% 78.46% -
Raman Yaliotnau 1993 Belarus 131 (7 pts) 34.0 1 - - - 1 80.00% 60.00% -
Tomas Kaukenas 1990 Lithuania 133 (6 pts) 35.0 1 - - - 1 80.00% 100.00% -
Michal Kubaliak 1993 Slovakia 134 (5 pts) 66.7 9 - - - 1 81.67% 80.00% 1
Sami Orpana 1990 Finland 135 (4 pts) 63.8 9 - - - 2 88.00% 62.00% -
Bernhard Leitinger 1990 Austria 136 (3 pts) 57.8 4 - - - 1 80.00% 84.00% -
Yuki Nakajima 1988 Japan 136 (3 pts) 64.3 9 - - - 1 80.00% 66.67% -
Paolo Rodigari 1996 Italy 138 (2 pts) 69.8 12 - - - 1 85.33% 88.00% 2
Miha Dovzan 1994 Slovenia 139 (1 pts) 40.0 1 - - - 1 80.00% 80.00% -
Dzmitry Lazouski 1998 Belarus 139 (1 pts) 69.8 4 - - - 1 55.00% 85.00% -
Alexandr Trifonov 1986 Kazakhstan 139 (1 pts) 48.0 4 - - - 1 84.00% 88.00% 1
Anders Emil Schiellerup 1996 Denmark 142 92.0 4 - - - - 85.00% 95.00% 2
Matti Hakala 1984 Finland 143 80.0 3 - - - - 53.33% 66.67% -
Gantulga Otgondavaa 1994 Mongolia 144 103.1 8 - - - - 67.27% 56.36% -
Martin Jäger 1987 Switzerland 145 66.0 5 - - - - 70.00% 46.67% -
Timur Khamitgatin 1993 Kazakhstan 146 41.0 1 - - - - 100.00% 100.00% 1
Petar Velchev 1998 Bulgaria 147 94.8 5 - - - - 80.00% 66.67% -
Juri Uha 1997 Estonia 148 76.0 1 - - - - 100.00% 80.00% -
Stavre Jada 1998 Macedonia 149 104.9 7 - - - - 52.00% 80.00% -
Jakob Ellingson 1994 USA 150 63.0 4 - - - - 88.00% 88.00% -
Liviu Dubalari 1996 Moldova 151 96.7 12 - - - - 85.33% 65.33% 2
Zhenyu Zhu 1999 China 152 83.7 7 - - - - 85.00% 82.50% -
Jan Burian 1995 Czech Republic 153 75.0 3 - - - - 80.00% 53.33% -
Giuseppe Montello 1992 Italy 154 75.0 1 - - - - 60.00% 80.00% -
Stefan Anic 1997 Bosnia&Herzegovina 156 139.0 1 - - - - 20.00% - -
Leandro Lutz 1982 Brazil 157 120.4 7 - - - - 77.78% 40.00% -
Raul Antonio Flore 1997 Romania 158 68.8 12 - - - - 85.00% 76.25% -
Florin Ungureanu 1997 Romania 159 111.0 1 - - - - 80.00% 60.00% -
Rafael Caliz Gallardo 1991 Spain 161 97.0 2 - - - - 60.00% 46.67% -
Andreas Plaickner 1993 Italy 162 93.3 4 - - - - 76.00% 64.00% -
Ted Armgren 1988 Sweden 163 56.1 8 - - - - 89.09% 69.09% -
Nikita Romanov 1999 Lithuania 164 92.0 2 - - - - 80.00% 80.00% -
Lauri Peltoniemi 1995 Finland 165 113.0 2 - - - - 93.33% 46.67% -
David Panyik 1995 Hungary 166 100.5 12 - - - - 68.00% 80.00% 1
Dimitar Partalov 1990 Bulgaria 167 71.3 12 - - - - 88.00% 88.00% 3
Vili Sormunen 1996 Finland 168 82.3 7 - - - - 88.89% 77.78% 3
Kristiyan Stoyanov 1998 Bulgaria 169 73.0 6 - - - - 80.00% 85.71% -
Jurgen Koll 1998 Estonia 170 80.0 1 - - - - 60.00% 80.00% -
Zana Oztunc 1997 Turkey 171 81.4 9 - - - - 80.00% 61.82% -
Joachim Weel Rosbo 1997 Denmark 172 124.0 2 - - - - 40.00% 20.00% -
Jaakko Ranta 1997 Finland 173 68.4 5 - - - - 82.86% 74.29% -
Jakub Prochazka 1996 Czech Republic 174 69.0 2 - - - - 80.00% 60.00% -
Halil Ibrahim Yilmaz 1997 Turkey 175 97.8 8 - - - - 72.73% 67.27% -
Jules Burnotte 1995 Canada 176 84.0 3 - - - - 45.00% 65.00% -
Tarvi Sikk 1995 Estonia 177 85.1 8 - - - - 74.00% 80.00% -
Damon Morton 1996 Australia 178 110.0 2 - - - - 100.00% 70.00% -
Johan Talihärm 1994 Estonia 179 68.3 12 - - - - 76.25% 61.25% -
Matthew Hudec 1994 Canada 180 81.1 9 - - - - 78.46% 61.54% -
Borislav Yavriyski 1998 Bulgaria 181 89.0 2 - - - - 86.67% 66.67% -
Rokas Suslavicius 1990 Lithuania 182 85.6 11 - - - - 72.31% 86.15% -
Filip Petrovic 1995 Croatia 183 102.8 5 - - - - 52.00% 72.00% -
Dujin Choi 1995 South Korea 184 60.5 4 - - - - 85.00% 85.00% 2
Ahti Toivanen 1990 Finland 185 54.8 4 - - - - 72.00% 68.00% -
Jongmin Kim 1993 South Korea 186 77.5 2 - - - - 80.00% 86.67% -
Emil Nykvist 1997 Sweden 187 73.0 1 - - - - 100.00% 100.00% 1
Wei Wang 1998 China 188 106.6 7 - - - - 87.50% 65.00% -
Oskar Brandt 1995 Sweden 189 61.0 4 - - - - 76.67% 70.00% -
Tariel Zharkymbaev 1996 Kyrgyzstan 190 114.0 1 - - - - 60.00% 80.00% -
Marcin Szwajnos 1997 Poland 191 66.0 1 - - - - 60.00% 80.00% -
Kristo Siimer 1999 Estonia 192 108.0 1 - - - - 100.00% 80.00% -
Deivid Demkov 1996 Lithuania 193 93.1 11 - - - - 80.00% 76.92% 1
Seonhoe Heo 1993 South Korea 194 79.6 5 - - - - 80.00% 86.67% -
Mathieu Legrand 1992 France 195 81.5 2 - - - - 70.00% 40.00% -
Soma Gyallai 1997 Hungary 196 106.8 10 - - - - 51.67% 53.33% -
Martin Remmelg 1989 Estonia 197 73.3 7 - - - - 80.00% 67.50% -
Dzintars Daleckis 1998 Latvia 198 100.0 2 - - - - 60.00% 90.00% -
Alex Howe 1989 USA 199 41.8 4 - - - 1 65.00% 85.00% -
Ajlan Rastic 1993 Serbia 200 96.2 12 - - - - 66.67% 65.33% -
Axel Ciuffo 1988 Argentina 201 110.3 3 - - - - 65.00% 70.00% -
Oleksandr Zhyrnyi 1987 Ukraine 202 51.0 2 - - - - 66.67% 86.67% -
Guzman Sanz Calleja 1984 Spain 203 102.0 5 - - - - 70.00% 46.67% -
Maksim Varabei 1995 Belarus 204 65.3 3 - - - - 80.00% 55.00% -
Yannik Kreuzer 1996 Switzerland 205 98.0 3 - - - - 100.00% 53.33% -
Nicolae Gaiduc 1996 Moldova 206 97.4 8 - - - - 75.71% 81.43% -
Aleksandrs Patrijuks 1993 Latvia 207 63.0 8 - - - - 76.36% 80.00% -
Timur Kuts 1995 Kazakhstan 208 75.0 1 - - - - 80.00% 80.00% -
Vladimir Oryashkov 1996 Bulgaria 209 91.3 3 - - - - 85.00% 65.00% -
Hristiyan Georgiev 1997 Bulgaria 210 88.3 3 - - - - 60.00% 65.00% -
Vytautas Strolia 1992 Lithuania 211 73.0 1 - - - - 60.00% 80.00% -
Denis Serban 1991 Romania 212 65.7 7 - - - - 88.89% 71.11% 1
Tsukasa Kobonoki 1991 Japan 213 76.0 3 - - - - 65.00% 65.00% -
Tom Lahaye-Goffart 1996 Belgium 214 66.3 4 - - - - 88.00% 88.00% 1
In-Bok Lee 1984 South Korea 215 66.3 3 - - - - 95.00% 80.00% -
Mislav Petrovic 1998 Croatia 216 111.0 3 - - - - 73.33% 80.00% -
Apostolos Angelis 1993 Greece 217 76.9 7 - - - - 70.91% 61.82% -
Jens Hulgaard 1989 Denmark 218 112.8 5 - - - - 46.67% 30.00% -
Guillermo Jimenez Atienzar 1996 Spain 219 122.0 3 - - - - 85.00% 45.00% -
Luca Ghiglione 1996 Italy 220 84.3 3 - - - - 75.00% 70.00% -
Tue Roemer 1992 Denmark 221 113.0 1 - - - - 40.00% 20.00% -
Florian Hollandt 1995 Germany 222 48.5 2 - - - - 66.67% 80.00% -
Jeremy Flanagan 1995 Australia 223 120.3 3 - - - - 66.67% 60.00% -
Teemu Huhtala 1995 Finland 224 81.3 4 - - - - 84.00% 64.00% -
Gabriel Stegmayr 1988 Sweden 225 79.3 3 - - - - 90.00% 65.00% -
Fabrizio Ribas Bourguignon 1976 Brazil 226 120.2 5 - - - - 83.33% 56.67% 1
Mehmet Ustuntas 1995 Turkey 227 90.7 7 - - - - 90.00% 76.00% 2
Redzep Hodzic 1994 Serbia 228 110.0 3 - - - - 40.00% 64.00% -
Tomasz Jakiela 1996 Poland 229 80.1 9 - - - - 60.00% 65.00% 1
Tomasz Zieba 1995 Poland 230 90.0 2 - - - - 86.67% 53.33% -
Zsolt Reznicsek 1987 Hungary 231 108.4 5 - - - - 60.00% 57.14% -
Øystein Slettemark 1967 Greenland 232 127.0 1 - - - - 60.00% - -
Hunor Gego 1996 Romania 233 76.3 11 - - - - 88.57% 74.29% -
Tuomas Harjula 1998 Finland 234 54.5 2 - - - - 100.00% 86.67% -
Mihail Usov 1996 Moldova 235 76.3 4 - - - - 80.00% 88.00% 1
Roberto Piqueras Garcia 1990 Spain 236 81.2 11 - - - - 84.29% 57.14% -
Ihar Karpiuk 1996 Belarus 237 63.8 4 - - - - 68.00% 88.00% 1
Victor Olsson 1993 Sweden 238 71.0 3 - - - - 65.00% 85.00% -
Emir Hrkalovic 1991 Serbia 239 103.0 2 - - - - 100.00% 90.00% 1
Rene Zahkna 1994 Estonia 240 76.0 1 - - - - 80.00% 80.00% -
Adam Büki 1995 Hungary 241 116.0 7 - - - - 64.44% 62.22% -
Shohei Kodama 1981 Japan 242 79.8 6 - - - - 62.86% 60.00% -
Jose Damian Barcos 1981 Argentina 243 112.0 3 - - - - 85.00% 75.00% -
Aidan Millar 1995 Canada 244 80.6 5 - - - - 74.29% 57.14% -
Xingyuan Yan 1996 China 245 76.8 9 - - - - 83.64% 63.64% -
Thierry Chenal 1992 Italy 246 43.0 2 - - - - 90.00% 60.00% -
Nikita Osipovs 1997 Latvia 247 84.0 2 - - - - 90.00% 90.00% 1
Max Durtschi 1991 USA 248 72.0 3 - - - - 60.00% 85.00% -
Dzenis Avdic 1995 Serbia 249 100.3 11 - - - - 55.71% 67.14% -
Scott Dixon 1994 Great Britain 250 81.5 6 - - - - 88.57% 71.43% 2
Edin Hodzic 1986 Serbia 251 95.2 5 - - - - 86.67% 80.00% -
Antti Repo 1994 Finland 252 91.0 1 - - - - 80.00% 80.00% -
Robert Heldna 1999 Estonia 253 129.0 1 - - - - 60.00% 60.00% -
Munkh-Erdene Enkhbayar 1995 Mongolia 254 118.8 5 - - - - 56.67% 60.00% -
Daumants Lusa 1992 Latvia 255 85.7 3 - - - - 84.00% 88.00% 1
Linas Banys 1998 Lithuania 256 86.8 4 - - - - 75.00% 70.00% -
Kleanthis Karamichas 1988 Greece 257 113.0 6 - - - - 75.00% 62.50% -
Nirando Bacchetta 1996 Switzerland 258 59.8 6 - - - - 88.57% 85.71% 2
Balazs Reznicsek 1987 Hungary 259 106.0 1 - - - - 80.00% 80.00% -
Ognjen Skipina 1997 Bosnia&Herzegovina 260 140.0 1 - - - - 80.00% 20.00% -
Nikolaus Leitinger 1993 Austria 261 61.0 6 - - - - 80.00% 62.50% -
Matej Baloga 1997 Slovakia 262 77.2 9 - - - - 89.09% 49.09% -
Roberts Slotins 1991 Latvia 263 79.0 9 - - - - 68.33% 66.67% -
Vladislav Vitenko 1995 Kazakhstan 265 49.5 2 - - - - 66.67% 66.67% -
Juan Agurto 1984 Chile 266 114.0 1 - - - - 60.00% 46.67% -
Robert Valenta 1997 Slovakia 267 87.0 2 - - - - 100.00% 50.00% -
Jake Brown 1992 USA 268 67.0 3 - - - - 70.00% 55.00% -