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The world CHAMPIONSHIPS Sunday 17 march – masstarter finish hemmafesten

Biathlon world CUP in Östersund, sweden, 7-17 march.

mass Start, ladies, 13.15.
mass Start, men, 16.00. the

Hanna Öberg (starting number 3), Mona Brorsson (18), Linn Persson (28).
Gentlemen: Sebastian Samuelsson (20).

Yes. Get Hanna Öberg with yet another world CHAMPIONSHIP medal? Or is it finally time for the Mona Brorsson ? The 28-year-old has individually made a career best championships with places 5, 7 and 6.
Sebastian Samuelsson ? Hmmm. Samuelsson has never been top-20 in a mass start.

can become the world champion in a new discipline – if she has recovered from stafettbommarna. But the swede up with Anastasiya Kuzmina (Slovakia) – OLYMPIC one from last year and her compatriot Paulina Fialkova , on the podium in two of the three masstarter in the year. the Laura Dahlmeier (Germany) is the reigning world champion.
His John Thingens Bø is already done världscupvinnare. Takes united even a world CHAMPIONSHIP gold medal? the Arnd peiffer invited , Germany, was the cold itself in distansloppet and fired home the gold when all the others had problems. Last chance for Martin Fourcade ? Hmmm. You should never say never, but the frenchman may leave a championship without a medal for the first time since the 2010 OLYMPICS.

”I have money enough.”

Sunday Wolfgang Pichlers last the world CUP-day with a Swedish national team? Maybe. Förbundskaptenens contract expires after the season – and the German says that he can become a ”happy retirement”. Pichler, however, has been that he wishes to be left in a sportchefsroll, but as yet there is no information about the future.

1) Norway (1 straffrunda + 8 extraskott)
2) Sweden, +24,3 (0+6)
3) in Ukraine, +35,1 (0+5)

1) Norway (0 penalty + 6 extraskott)
2) in Germany, +38,1 (0+8)
3) Russia, +1.04,1 (0+7)
...7) Sweden, +1.37,4 (0+11)

1) Norway: 5 gold–3 silver–1 bronze
2) Germany: 2-2-2
3) Sweden: 1-1-1
4) Ukraine: 1-0-1
5) Slovakia: 1-0-0
6) Italy: 0-2-1
7) Russia: 0-1-1
8) Bulgaria: 0-1-0
9) France: 0-0-3

Biathlon world CHAMPIONSHIPS in Östersund 2019 – everything you need to know

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