the Norwegian was noted for three of the beam, but won anyway with 34.8 seconds margin to the runner-up Antonin Guigonnat, France.
Behind the Thingnes Bø, it was precisely France that dominated, with four skiers among the top five.
Jesper Nelin became 30, with four boom, and Torstein Stenersen drove up from 60 to 34-th place and missed only one shot.
making a brilliant pick up and take a top ten finish despite the fact that she went out as the 34th.
But the three booms in the last shooting destroyed everything.
It was finally the 24th place for the OLYMPIC champion, who earlier in the week, was praised in the sports gala to win Jerringpriset after that, in december also have received achievement of the year.
To reload to the races in the Valley, however, were too tough, especially as the Swedish team has also been sjukdomsdrabbat and four skaters have the stomach bug and had to refrain contestants – Linn Persson, Sebastian Samuelsson, Peppe Quintuplet and Martin Ponsiluoma.
the celebrated great triumphs and världscupledande Dorothea Wierer won with six seconds ahead of Laura Dahlmeier, Germany. Italy got a place on the podium by third-place Lisa Vittozzi.
Mona Brorsson became the second best Swedish in 25th place.