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The data on this website is primarily based on official biathlon race results as provided by the sport’s governing body,
but is merged with data from other sources if needed.
IBU Datacenter: The official results posted by the
International Biathlon Union (IBU) on https://www.biathlonresults.com/ are the primary source
for all data. IBU race results are used unless there is a specific reason not to.
However, IBU data for early World Cup seasons, particularly seasons before 1990, is often incomplete; therefore data from
secondary sources is incorporated.
Run&Shoot App: Developed by Vladimir Filatov, Run&Shoot is a desktop application designed to provide
biathlon data as far back as 1958 (see http://www.runshoot.ru/
and Run&Shoot App). Unfortunately, the program was discontinued in 2019.
The Run&Shoot SQLite database has been utilized
to collect data for races that are incomplete and/or missing in the IBU results.
Wikipedia: In order to collaborate results from the Run&Shoot App and for historic Biathlon World Cup scores, Wikipedia was used for data comparison.
Besides the English Wikipedia, the German edition has been utilized in particular to fill in missing information, since it offers the most complete data of historic results
(see for example Biathlon World Championship medalists and Biathlon World Cup winners).