Biathlon Canada's Léo Grandbois a world champion in first race of first Biathlon Youth World Champs. “I am really happy, proud, surprised also,” he said after cleaning his first race. #YJWCH17
Canada's 17-year-old Léo Grandbois is a youth world champion in his first IBU Youth World Championships! #20for20 #YJWCH17 Biathlon Canada
Clean-shooting Leo Grandbois of Canada claimed the first Gold medal at the IBU Youth/Junior World Championships this morning, winning the Youth Men’s 12.5K individual in 32:56.6. The Silver medal went to Russia’s Said Karimulla Khalili, with three penalties, 1:14.9 back. Danilo Riethmueller of Germany won the Bronze medal, also with three penalties, 1:21.5 back. A few comments from leo about his day.#YJWCH17
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Noch nie haben sich so viele Zuschauer die Rennen einer Biathlon-WM angesehen. Im Schnitt 4,66 Millionen Fans saßen in Deutschland vor den Fernsehern. Beim Goldlauf von Simon Schempp im Massenstart waren es 5,99 Millionen.
First training day at the IBU Youth Junior World Championships; sunny and warm, some nerves, with abit of wind on the side. #YJWCH17
Spectacularly sunny morning for the first day of training at the 2017 IBU YJWCH; lots of action on the shooting range and in the stadium, with over 400 athletes entered this year! #YJWCH17
What a day to conclude World Para Nordic Skiing Championships Finsterau 2017! Canada’s Para-Nordic Squad Adds to World Championship Medal Haul Winning Gold and Bronze in Middle Distance Cross-Country Ski Races! Brian McKeever and Graham Nishikawa Win Gold, Mark Arendz Wins bronze! Press Release: http://bit.ly/2lxdc1H In #fiscrosscountry Otepaa World Cup, Alex Harvey clocked the 19th fastest time in the 15km Classic race as the top Canadian, while Emily Nishikawa was 40th in the 10km event. #TeamCanada now moves to Lahti, Finland to get ready for World Championships starting on Wednesday! Haywood RACE Report:bit.ly/2m0p7TI ------------------------------------------------ Quelle journée pour conclure les Mondiaux de ski paranordique à Finsterau pour #ÉquipeCanada! L'équipe paranordique ajoute à son lot de médailles une médaille d'or et une de bronze aux épreuves de distance moyenne de ski de fond! Brian McKeever & Graham Nishikawa remportent l'Or alors que Mark Arendz décroche le bronze! Communiqué de presse: http://bit.ly/2m1l75k (le français sera affiché sous peu) À la Coupe du Monde FIS d'Otepaa, Alex Harvey a eu le meilleur temps chez les Canadiens avec une 19e place au 15km classique, alors qu'Emily Nishikawa a été la meilleure Canadienne avec une 40e place. L'Équipe se déplace maintenant vers Lahti, Finlande pour le début des Mondiaux 2017 ce mercredi! Reportage de COMPÉTITION Haywood: bit.ly/2lah3Bo Photos: Bob Nishikawa & Nordic Focus Canadian Paralympic Team Canadian Para-Nordic Skiing/Le ski paranordique canadien Team Canada / Équipe Canada Mackenzie Investments Lanctôt Distribution SWIX Sport Canada Own the Podium #AltaGas #Haywood #B2Ten Buff Canada Salomon Nordic Fischer Sports Nordic Ski EC3D Compression PROBAR Eload Sport Nutrition Banff Airporter Canadian Wintersports Inc. Enterprise Rent-A-Car CBC Olympics TVA Sports
Results from today's Nor Am pursuit race in Lake Placid. A big thank you to everyone who came out this weekend!
@lowellcbailey finishes world champs with his fourth top 6. “It’s surreal to be sixth. I mean, a fourth, a sixth, a first, and a sixth… It’s amazing, it’s really just amazing. It’s hard putting it into words.”
EVENT RELOCATION - the organizing committee of the Prince George Canadian Nationals & North American Biathlon Championships is very disappointed to announce that due to snow melt and unpredictable weather conditions the event is being relocated to Canmore, Alberta. Thank you so much to Biathlon Alberta for stepping up to ensure that this competition goes ahead March 6-12th. A huge, huge thank you to the many volunteers who had committed to assisting with the event as well as the terrific competition and organizing committee members who have given so much of their time to plan and prepare. We're so grateful to our many sponsors who have so generously supported us.
It has been a tremendous World Championships for Lowell Bailey. The American finished Hochfilzen2017 with another strong result, this time coming 6th in the mass start - his 4th Top6 result this fortnight. 📹
Germany’s Simon Schempp closed the 2017 IBU World Championships with his first-ever IBU World Championships medal, notably the Gold medal in the men’s mass start. Schempp, shooting clean took control in the last loop to cruise home unchallenged in 35:38.3. Defending mass start Gold medalist Johannes Thingnes Boe of Norway won the Silver medal, with one penalty, 9 seconds back. Austria’s Simon Eder, also shooting clean claimed the Bronze medal, 10.1 seconds back.
Nobody in the world shot faster than Susan Dunklee in the World Championships mass start, and she left the shooting range in first place time after time. Eventually, she claimed silver, the first medal ever won by a U.S. woman in biathlon. "Nobody works harder than she does - she really deserves this and every other victory that she gets,” said teammate Clare Egan, who finished 24th. The Dunklee interview, click here!
Germany’s Laura Dahlmeier shot clean to win the women’s mass start in 33:13.3 this morning, claiming her record-setting fifth Gold medal of these IBU World Championships. Dahlmeier took control in the final kilometer, passing Susan Dunklee of the USA who won her first-ever medal, Silver also with clean shooting, 4.6 seconds back. The Bronze medal went to fast-finishing Kaisa Mäkäräinen of Finland, with one penalty, 20.1 seconds back.