Norwegian biathlete Johannes Bø Thinnes won the sprint race in the framework of the 9th stage of the biathlon world Cup, which takes place in Holmenkollen, Norway.
Although Johannes had one miss at the standing shooting, he still managed to win. The Norwegian was ahead of Lukas Hofer, who finished second, nearly 32 seconds.
Italian Hofer perfectly overcame two shooting stages, but was not as fast as BAA was forced to settle for second position. The top three winners locked Frenchman Quentin Fillon-May. He lost the be 35 seconds.
The leader of the national team of Ukraine Dmitry Pidruchny not closed one target. It is not allowed Dmitry to apply for high places and he took twenty-ninth place – the best result among the Ukrainians. Two penalties made it difficult to get a positive result, Artem Prima, which showed good progress. In the end, Tom made a sprint to the fortieth place.
Sergey Semenov scored three penalties – two in prone and one on the counter. Why Sergei could not count on acceptable results, and completed the sprint at the eighty-sixth place. Vitaliy Trush the last of the Ukrainians went the distance. 22-year-old biathlete had problems in the first shooting, where he made as many as three penalties. At the front, Vitaly worked no better and was unable to improve the situation. Trush rounded out the hundred.
Note that the women’s sprint race was won by Anastasiya Kuzmina of Slovakia. Ukrainka failed sprint.
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