Six Russian XC Skiers and Two Biathletes Provisionally Suspended due to McLaren Report UPDATED http://skitrax.com/alexander-legkov-headlines-6-russian-xc-skiers-and-2-biathletes-provisionally-suspended/
The whole biathlon family, from juniors to World Cup, passing by IBU Cup, wishes you a merry Christmas, may this be a day of joy for all of you, biathlon fans #adventcalendar
Let's get into a festive mood thanks to the Italian, Swedish, Russian, Belarusian, Canadian, French and Austrian teams, who joined us for a famous #Christmas tune in different languages! #adventcalendar #biathlon
Suite de la soumission, plus tôt ce mois-ci, de la deuxième partie du rapport McLaren à l’Agence mondiale antidopage au sujet des allégations de dopage à Sotchi, la décision de la fédération russe de biathlon de renoncer à accueillir des événements plus tard cette saison a été très bien accueillie p...
In the wake of the release earlier this month of Part 2 of the McLaren Report to the World Anti-Doping Agency into Sochi doping allegations, news the Russian Biathlon Federation has relinquished hosting events later this season was very much welcomed by Biathlon Canada.
Out of 30+ biathletes mentioned in the #McLarenreport, the IBU has provisionally suspended two. The Russian Biathlon Union, meanwhile, has given up its hosting rights for a World Cup stage in Tyumen this season, as well as 2017 Youth and Junior World Championships in Ostrov. There's no word yet on where the competitions will be relocated to.
Decisions on Further Steps Regarding McLaren ReportIn the light of alarming findings in the second part of McLaren Report (IP Report), the IBU has set its analysis as the top priority and called for the IBU Extraordinary Executive Board (EB) Meeting to decide on further necessary steps. Following a ...
Martin won the men's sprint and pursuit, while young Tatiana Akimova and Anais Chevalier stood atop the podium for the first time in their careers in the women's sprint and pursuit. A quick recap of the first three days at BMW IBU World Cup 3.
Lowell Bailey back in the top 10 on Saturday for best individual result since 2013/2014 season. “It was one of those days when I had a little bit left in the tank, and I really like this course ... I was pretty psyched about my last lap, for sure.”
Gabi was full of emotion before and after her victory. “I was so nervous before the race so it was amazing... I have so many emotions; it's even more emotional than at the Olympics. I would like to say thanks to all the spectators and I hope I was able to make a nice Christmas present to all of them.”
Nove Mesto Hat Trick for Martin Fourcade; wins mass start despite one penalty in 36:18.9. Season-best second place for Simon Schempp, with two penalties, 8.3 seconds back. Third to Anton Babikov, with one penalty, 9.4 seconds back.
Do you wonder how 30 thousand people fill a stadium? Have a look at our timelapse from #NM16
Cheers to this sharp shooting, fast skiing lady, Julia Ransom! Hitting 19/20 and placing 19th in today's pursuit race! I was more than happy to hit 90% of my prone targets and move up to 32nd. Thanks #nm16 for the wine!
Anais Chevalier, thrilled with second in yesterday's sprint doubled her fun and happiness by winning the pursuit today in 30:38.1, with one penalty. Second went to Dorothea Wierer, 9.5 seconds back with Tatiana Akimova in third, 19.4 seconds back.
That's American @SusanDunklee on the podium in #NoveMesto, knocking on 1st place's door. “I know I am close and that it is reasonable to fight for a win on any given day. The most important thing is to keep my focus on performing well and controlling what is within my power. The results will take care of themselves.”
BREAKING: Susan Dunklee 3rd in Nove Mesto for 1st podium this season, 3rd of her career
When your favourite French fans say no points, no cheese, you get your butt in gear and get some points! 37th in today's sprint race in #nm16 things are slowly improving! Tomorrow's pursuit race will be a fight with 60 women in 1min57!