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Once he took the lead, Martin Fourcade never looked back. The Frenchman wins the Biathlon Hochfilzen pursuit ahead of Arnd Peiffer and Vetle Sjåstad Christiansen, who scores his first ever World Cup podium. 👏👏👏
Martin Fourcade of France continued his return from feeling bad last week cruising over the last loop with a big lead for a clean-shooting victory in the Hochfilzen men’s 12.5K pursuit this afternoon in 32:22.3. Second place went to Germany’s Arnd Peiffer, with one penalty, 13.7 seconds back. 2....
With a trademark 🚀-fast final loop Kaisa Mäkäräinen won the dramatic women's pursuit in Biathlon Hochfilzen -- edging out Paulína Fialková and Dorothea Wierer by just a few seconds. 🤩🙂
Finland’s Kaisa Mäkäräinen made an unchallenged dash for the finish with 800 meters to go in the women’s 10K pursuit this morning, claiming her third victory of the season in 30:53.8, despite three penalties. Her victory came after being in and out of the lead several times during the competi...
It's a third victory in a row for Johannes Thingnes Bø / Boe after the sprint and pursuit in Biathlon Pokljuka -- ahead of Martin Fourcade and Benedikt Doll in the Biathlon Hochfilzen Sprint. 🇳🇴🚀
Norway’s Johannes Thingnes Boe repeated his wire-to-wire Pokljuka sprint win this afternoon with another dominating performance to take the Hochfilzen sprint with one penalty in 24:49.2. Second went to the rebounding Martin Fourcade of France who shot clean, missing the top spot by 8.6 seconds. Be...
It was another battle between fastest shooter and fastest skier -- but this time in the #HOC18 women's sprint, Dorothea Wierer edged Kaisa Mäkäräinen by 0.6 seconds while Ekaterina Yurlova-Percht finished in third place! 😮🚀👏
Dorothea Wierer of Italy, skiing aggressively throughout the Hochfilzen women’s sprint this afternoon, slowed on the last loop, but held on for a 21:04.9 victory, just .6 seconds ahead of Finland’s Kaisa Mäkäräinen. Both women had a single standing penalty. With the victory, Wierer retained t...
Kaisa 🥇🥇 and Johannes 🥇🥇 led the victory parade this past week, both burned up the tracks and a couple of veterans hit all 50 shots 🎯 in the three individual competitions. Some thoughts about the ⭐️⭐️ stars, some surprises and statistics in our Pokljuka wrap-up and IBU TV's excellent highlight video all in this story on the website. Up next...snowy ❄️❄️Hochfilzen!
The first week of the new BMW IBU World Cup season closed with two spectacular pursuits yesterday. Kaisa Mäkäräinen ran away with a perfectly executed victory while Johannes Thingnes Boe Thingnes Boe barely escaped a hard-charging Quentin Fillon Maillet for his pursuit title.
Two great weekends of competitions have just come to an end in the beautiful mountains of Slovenia: the BMW IBU World Cup season opener has given great biathlon, strong emotions and the first surprises. Italian Dorothea Wierer and Norwegian Johannes Thingnes Bø / Boe leave Biathlon Pokljuka leading the overall rankings, but challengers are ready to take it away from them in Hochfilzen2018, where, Simon Eder tells us, condtions will be very different: check it out on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=polSITrsrR4
It was a picture perfect day at the shooting range for many top athletes -- but Kaisa Mäkäräinen never relinquished her lead and won the Biathlon Pokljuka women's pursuit ahead of Dorothea Wierer and Paulína Fialková. 💯
Kaisa Mäkäräinen of Finland took an unchallenged lead from the starting gate to the finish line to claim her second victory of the season in the Pokljuka women’s 10K pursuit this afternoon. Dorothea Wierer finished in second place, 41.3 seconds behind of Mäkäräinen’s winning time of 26:19....
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