The IBU Youth/Junior World Championships 2018 in Otepaa, Estonia kicked off today for 35 nations with 200 men and 179 women (in youth and junior categories). Youth women were the first athletes to step on the track and to start seven days of exciting competitions.
Going into the Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, much of the focus was on the potential Martin Fourcade/Johannes Thingnes Boe showdowns, Anastasiya Kuzmina’s triple sprint Gold quest and Laura Dahlmeier leading the German women to glory. Everyone in this elite group grabbed some headlines durin...
Just a day away from the first competitions at the IBU YJWCH in Otepää, Estonia is a good time to look back at ten biathletes that went from winning medals at the IBU YJWCH to major wins and Olympic Winter Games success. These biathletes have really made it big.
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When we see athletes competing at the Olympic Games we see proud men and women pushing their limits physically and mentally in order to win medals. We see their trained bodies suffering as they cross the finish line and we discuss about their performances and results, but it would be
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It has been a fun, exciting and extremely competitive first fortnight of competitions in Pyeongchang for the Winter Olympic Games: we have seen it all, from dramatic finishes, to Champions’ solos. But, in order to achieve these great results, athletes had to push their limits, excel in one aspect ...
Martin Fourcade of France won his first-ever Olympic Mass Start Gold medal in a thrilling photo-finish over Germany’s Simon Schempp in 35:47. Fourcade overcame a first prone penalty to end up in a heated battle in the final loop with the two battling until the final meters when both crashed