Biathlon
World Championships

Women: 7.5 km

Year Location
2013 Nové Mesto (cze)
2012 Ruhpolding (ger) Magdalena Neuner (ger) Darya Domracheva (blr) Vita Semerenko (ukr)
2011 Khanty-Mansiysk (rus) Magdalena Neuner (ger) Kaisa Mäkäräinen (fin) Anastazia Kuzmina (svk)
2009 Pyeongchang (kor) Kati Wilhelm (ger) Simone Hauswald-Denkinger (ger) Olga Zaitseva (rus)
2008 Östersund (swe) Andrea Henkel (ger) Albina Akhatova (rus) Oksana Khvostenko (ukr)
2007 Antholz (ita) Magdalena Neuner (ger) Anna-Carin Olofsson (swe) Natalya Guseva (rus)
2005 Hochfilzen (aut) Uschi Disl (ger) Olga Zaitseva (rus) Olena Zubrilova (blr)
2004 Oberhof (ger) Liv Grete Skjelbreid-Poirée (nor) Anna Bogaly (rus) Martina Glagow (ger)
Ekaterina Ivanova (blr)
2003 Khanty-Mansiysk (rus) Sylvie Becaert (fra) Olena Petrova (ukr) Katerina Holubcová (cze)
2001 Pokljuka (slo) Kati Wilhelm (ger) Uschi Disl (ger) Liv Grete Skjelbreid-Poirée (nor)
2000 Oslo (nor) Liv Grete Skjelbreid (nor) Katrin Apel (ger) Martina Zellner (ger)
1999 Kontiolahti (fin) Martina Zellner (ger) Magdalena Forsberg-Wallin (swe) Olena Zubrilova (ukr)
1997 Brezno-Osrblie (svk) Olga Romasko (rus) Olena Zubrilova (ukr) Magdalena Forsberg-Wallin (swe)
1996 Ruhpolding (ger) Olga Romasko (rus) Ann Elen Skjelbreid (nor) Magdalena Wallin (swe)
1995 Antholz (ita) Anne Briand (fra) Uschi Disl (ger) Corinne Niogret (fra)
1993 Borovec (bul) Myriam Bedard (can) Nadezhda Talanova (rus) Elena Belova (rus)
1991 Lahti (fin) Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo (nor) Svetlana Davidova (urs) Elena Golovina (urs)
1990 Oslo (nor) Anne Elisabeth Elvebakk (nor) Svetlana Davidova (urs) Elin Kristiansen (nor)
1989 Freistritz (aut) Anne Elisabeth Elvebakk (nor) Zvetana Krasteva (bul) Natalya Prikostzhikova (urs)

Notes:
Competition format: 1989-: 7.5 km Sprint.
1990: Due to thaw moved from Minsk (urs) to Oslo (nor).