Last week brought Sebastian Samuelsson his first podium finish in the world cup in his career when he accounted for a succédrag in the standing shooting and thus was able to pinch third place. In Thursday's sprint was Samuelsson, once again, for a positive effort and never missed a shot either in landscape or portrait shooting.
He was thus one of today's best Swedish player in the tenth and went into the 47 seconds after the Norwegian Event.
"It has felt good today and it was fun to shoot full again," says Samuelsson to SVT if the bet.
Despite the fact that although the initial run was fine dropped the swede at the end of the race.
" I feel I do not really have the energy to lie in as much as I should. But there were a lot of good out there, " he says.
just over a minute and a half after the winner, in a 39:th place. Martin Ponsiluoma, who struggled with a cold, missed a shot each in both landscape and portrait and came in goal 34:a, nine seconds ahead of Nelin.
" I'm pleased with it. It was not so easy in the day but I have gnetat, " says Ponsiluoma.
Torstein Stenersen missed out two shots in the first shooting, but shot in full in the second and finished 69:a. Peppe Quintuplet, with a total of three boom, stopped on the spot 92.
was German Benedikt Doll. Hemmasonen started in a furious tempo but a boom in the second shooting was a disappointed murmur from the audience and gave a third-place finish.
instead, it was sovereign Johannes Thingnes Bö, who took home the victory in superior style (despite a boom in portrait). It was Kicked even on the second place by his brother Tarjei Bo.