Russia's Larissa Lazutina and Spain's Johann Muehlegg were stripped of their most recent gold medals after testing positive for an EPO-like drug that's not yet on the banned list yet. Lazutina -- who was DQ'd from a relay as well -- will lost her gold from the 30K classic (it would have been her record-tying 10th medal overall). Muehlegg was ordered to return his gold in the 50K.
• Muehlegg's second test positive | Cross-country medals
• Women's 20K: Russian disqualified | Germans get gold
Total Medals by Country
Russia's Tchepalova wins women's 1.5k
Julija Tchepalova of Russia won the gold medal in the women's 1.5-kilometer cross-country sprint Tuesday.
Garber: Soldiers take aim at Olympics
The ultimate multi-taskers: Skiing and shooting aren't the only things biathletes juggle; they also train as soldiers and athletes.
Olympic diary: Biathlete Rachel Steer
People in the United States don't realize that biathlon is Europe's most watched sport.
Athletes could be called to service
U.S. biathlete Lawton Redman is a sergeant in a Vermont National Guard mountain infantry unit.
• Canadians ask IOC for cross country review
• Germany wins controversial x-country relay
• Norway's Hetland edges pair to win 1.5k
• Russia's Tchepalova wins women's 1.5k
• Germany gets 2nd straight gold in 30K relay
• Norway gets gold in 40K cross-country relay
• USA has rare success on skinny skis
• Russian Pyleva wins women's 10K pursuit