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The nephew had a golden opportunity – missed out four shots

She was clean in the first shooting and continued to clean in the other.

Mona Brorsson, who went out fifth in Sunday's pursuit in Östersund, sweden, seemed to go against his first individual championship medal.

hung in the air when the German Denise Herrmann missed out two shots in the second to last shooting. A flawless Brorsson stack away in the lead, and slipped then into determination with a half a minute head start.

Then came the thoughts catches up with her. Tarot card readers? They came as a letter in the mail.

in the stands when Mona Brorsson began to shoot.

She could have been able to afford with a boom. It's got four.

"After the last shot, it came a little swearword," says Brorsson when she tries to explain what happened:

" It was so incredibly awesome to be standing there. But when I was slipping into the last time, I think, ”I'm in the lead at the world CUP” and then it grows, the thoughts and become too large. I hear the cheering, and running off in the tanks.

segerfirandet in front of him, " says Brorsson.

" I'm already in the end of the contest in mind. I am with family and friends and I out of the track. I am everywhere, but not there and then on the shooting.

– First, the shots three or four I begin to wake up, and realize that now runs me out of the hands. I shoot a real skitserie.

to a seventh place. The nephew went into the goal one minute and 47 seconds after the victorious Herrmann – who won ahead of Norway's Tiril Eckhoff and landslagskompisen Laura Dahlmeier.

"half A minute's head start in a world CUP pursuit... it is not possible to train on," says Sweden's skyttetränare Johan Hagström at the same time as the team's mental coach, Göran Kenttä, fill in:

" Mona, this is a completely new situation, to stand and shoot for a gold. When the mind washes over her, it is difficult to be present. It's like putting a big bag of candy in front of your nose and say, ”don't think about the candy”.

tried Brorsson still think positive.

the 28-year-old who last year took OLYMPIC silver in the relay, spoke about the importance of experience.

For the next time, she knows how it is to slip into the sole lead on a skjutvall.

" I've got a very big läropeng. I know that the next time they will where the shots to sit, " says Brorsson.

was Hanna Öberg best Swedish fifth.

Öberg went out six tenths from the bronze position but had problems at the shooting directly. Still, she had medaljvittring in the last standing – before it became the bar even for her.

" I had the opportunity to be with battle but did not take it. It is clear that I am disappointed, " says Öberg who stayed for a total of five boom, a minute and a half after the lead.

skidskyttedamerna on for Tuesday's distance. There learn Anna Magnusson have qualified after having climbed 32 placements in Sunday's snowstorm. Magnusson ended up eleven. Linn Persson became the 21st.

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