Vebjoern Soerum of Norway doubled up by winning the junior men's pursuit Gold medal at the IBU YJWCH today after taking sprint Gold yesterday, while his teammate Sivert Guttorm Bakken matched his sprint Bronze with the same medal. Soerum had two penalties on his way to a32:47.2 victory. The Silver
Vebjoern Soerum of Norway won the Gold medal in one of the most awaited competitions at this year's IBU YJWCH, the junior men's 10K sprint. Soerum, with Norway's first Gold medal this year in junior competitions at these Championships, shot clean on his way to the 25:42 win. Said Karimulla
Alex Cisar of Slovenia, one of the favourites of this tears IBU Youth World Championships, has won his first medal thus setting him up for further attack on top of the podium in final Sunday. Maren Bakken of Norway has added second medal to her collection of golds for she
The Russian team of Said Karimulla Khalili, Ilnaz Mukhamedzianov, Vadim Istamgulov and Vasilii Tomshin won the junior men's 4 X 7.5K relay Gold medal this afternoon at the IBU YJWCH in Osrblie, with one penalty and nine spare rounds in 1:20:13.5. The Russian Gold medalists finished just 1 second ahe...
The German team of Hendrik Rudolph, Darius Lodl, and Hans Koellner won the Gold medal in the youth men's relay this afternoon, with five spare rounds in 1:01:50.6 at the IBU YJWCH in Osrblie. The Silver medal went to Slovenia, with a penalty and five spare rounds, 40.9 seconds back
A look back at the first 6 stages of the the 2018/19 IBU Cup, analyzing the progression of the Women's and Men's Total Scores, now led by Victoria Slivko and...
Bright winter sunshine this past weekend in Antholz enhanced the shining victories by the “usual suspects” Johannes Thingnes Boe, Dorothea Wierer and Laura Dahlmeier, while Marketa Davidova and Quentin Fillon Maillet added to the excitement with thrilling and unexpected first World Cup wins.
The heavy snow and limited visibility that came on the second day at the IBU YJWCH in Osrblie left the competitors asking many questions. Those like Martin Bourgeois Republique of France and Fanqi Meng of China who won the junior individual Gold medals shoed the nerves of steel and perseverance
Sergey Korastylev and Uliana Kaisheva of Russia won the single mixed relay at IBU Cup 6 in 36:20.3 with only two spares. Later in the day, their teammates Anton Babikov, Alexey Slepov, Valeriia Vasnetcova, and Victoria Slivko finished first in the mixed relay with seven spare rounds in 1:16:24.1.
Quentin Fillon Maillet of France challenged Norway’s Johannes Thingnes Boe on the tracks, and then outshot him to claim his career-first World Cup victory, taking the Antholz mass start this afternoon in 34:39.4. The winner did not miss a shot while Johannes, with two penalties finished second, 14...