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A biathlon competition consists of a race in which contestants ski through a cross-country trail system whose total distance is divided into either two or four shooting rounds, half in prone position, the other half standing.
The contestant with the shortest total time wins. For each shooting round, the biathlete must hit five targets or receive a penalty for each missed target, which varies according to the competition rules, as follows: .
In order to keep track of the contestants' progress and relative standing throughout a race, split times intermediate times are taken at several points along the skiing track and upon finishing each shooting round.
The large display screens commonly set up at biathlon arenas, as well as the information graphics shown as part of the TV picture, will typically list the split time of the fastest contestant at each intermediate point and the times and time differences to the closest runners-up.
In the Olympics, all cross-country skiing techniques are permitted in the biathlon, allowing the use of skate skiing ,  which is overwhelmingly the choice of competitors.
The rifle has to be carried by the skier during the race at all times. The biathlete carries a small-bore rifle, which must weigh at least 3.
The rifles use. Each rifle holds 4 magazines with 5 rounds each. Additional rounds can be kept on the stock of the rifle for a relay race.
There are five circular shooting targets to be hit in each shooting round. This translates to angular target sizes of about 1 and 2.
On all modern biathlon ranges, the targets are self-indicating, in that they flip from black to white when hit, giving the biathlete, as well as the spectators, instant visual feedback for each shot fired.
Ear protection is not required during biathlon shooting as the ammunition used is usually subsonic. The biathlete shoots four times at any shooting lane Lanes 1 - 15 are in prone while Lanes 16 - 30 are for standing ,  in the order of prone, standing, prone, standing, totaling 20 targets.
For each missed target a fixed penalty time, usually one minute, is added to the skiing time of the biathlete.
Competitors' starts are staggered, normally by 30 seconds. A variation of the standard individual race, called short individual, was introduced during the —19 Biathlon IBU Cup.
The biathlete shoots twice at any shooting lane, once prone Usually Lanes 1 - 15 and once standing Lanes 16 - 30 , for a total of 10 shots.
As in the individual competition, the biathletes start in intervals. Unlike the traditional sprint race, the Super Sprint is divided into two segments — qualification and final.
The qualification is done like the traditional sprint, but on an 0. During the final the competitors have 3 spare rounds should they miss a target like in relay race , but if not all targets are cleared during shooting instead of going to penalty loop, the biathlete is disqualified from the race.
Also the number of spare rounds was decreased from three to one. In a pursuit, biathletes' starts are separated by their time differences from a previous race,  most commonly a sprint.
The contestant crossing the finish line first is the winner. The distance is To prevent awkward or dangerous crowding of the skiing loops, and overcapacity at the shooting range, World Cup Pursuits are held with only the 60 top ranking biathletes after the preceding race.
The biathletes shoot on a first-come, first-served basis at the lane corresponding to the position they arrived for all shooting bouts.
In the mass start, all biathletes start at the same time and the first across the finish line wins. Here again, to avoid unwanted congestion, World Cup Mass starts are held with only the 30 top ranking athletes on the start line half that of the Pursuit as here all contestants start simultaneously.
The Mass Start with 60 starters does not replace the current Mass Start with 30 starters. Everyone skis the first lap together, but then only the first 30 stop to shoot and the second 30 keep skiing.
At the end of the second lap the second 30 stop to shoot and the first 30 continue to ski. After the first two shoots are over everyone's first prone then the race continues like a normal one and they all shoot the other prone and two stands together.
Biathlon has its roots in survival skills practised in the snow-covered forests of Scandinavia, where people hunted on skis with rifles slung over their shoulders.
Biathlon-type events in Scandinavia are known to have been held as early as the 18th century. The first modern biathlon probably occurred in when the Norwegian military organised the Forvarsrennet in Oslo.
An annual event, it consisted initially of a 17km cross-country ski race with two-minute penalties incurred by misses in the shooting part of the competition.
In in Chamonix, an ancient form of biathlon made its Olympic debut: the military patrol, this event was then in demonstration in , and After some attempts to incorporate it into a winter pentathlon, biathlon appeared at the Games in its current form in in Squaw Valley.
Until the Games in Innsbruck, the events comprised an individual race and a relay.