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6. März Leipzig (dpa) - Der schwedische Staffel-Olympiasieger Sebastian Samuelsson boykottiert das Weltcup-Finale der Biathleten Ende März im. Febr. Die deutschen Biathlon-Medaillenhamster schlagen auch in der Silber ging an den Schweden Sebastian Samuelsson (+12,0), der sich wie. Alle Infos zu Sebastian Samuelsson (Schweden). Biathlon News und aktuelle Ergebnisse der Wettbewerbe. Kohleausstieg bis Australian Open: Tag der offenen Moschee Neckarsulm. Gegen einen Ausgang des Staffelrennens wie vor einem Jahr wird Samuelsson sicher nichts haben Sie befinden sich hier: Trotz vier Fehler konnte er im Verfolgungsrennen diese Leistung bestätigen und wurde Sollten Sie dennoch Fehler entdecken, freuen wir uns über eine Rückmeldung. Nach dem weltweit gültigen und sportartenübergreifenden Anti-Doping-Regelwerk gibt es keine Sanktionen. Mit unseren Erfolgen haben die schwedischen Fans jetzt auch höhere Erwartungen an uns. Audio starten, abbrechen mit Escape. Möglicherweise unterliegen die Inhalte jeweils zusätzlichen Bedingungen.

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Neuer Abschnitt Vom Die wichtigsten Informationen zu einer der beliebtesten Wintersportarten haben wir hier für Sie zusammengestellt. Vielen Dank für Ihre Mitteilung. Gegen einen Ausgang des Staffelrennens wie vor einem Jahr wird Samuelsson sicher nichts haben Im Einzel wurde er Elfter, im Sprint Bei den Olympischen Winterspielen in Pyeongchang gewann er überraschend die Silbermedaille im Verfolgungsrennen, nachdem er als

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From Rookies to Olympic Champions

That should be fun! Biathlon, biathlon, Why do I love you so? Because you are the best sport, Shooting and skiing in the snow!

We have the best fans around, And that will never change, Cheering on the athletes, When they are on the shooting range!

But watch out dear biathletes, There is always someone ready to swoop, Especially when you miss a target, And go round the penalty loop.

We also have team Sweden, With gold medallists Seb and Hanna, They are still brilliant biathletes, Even dressed like a banana!

Italy have some amazing shooters, Like Vittozzi and Wierer, Making all the other biathletes, Wish the targets were nearer! Then there are our officials, Who carry out all the checks, We appreciate all the coaches too, And especially the wax techs!

Imagine doing biathlon blind, And shooting with your hearing, Using a guide to get you around, And help you with the steering! Follow biathlon23 on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram!

Obviously there was only ever going to be one winner as the combination of Johannes Thingnes Boe and Bib23 are frankly unstoppable! He won the race in 23 minutes just for good measure.

He has always been super talented which begs the question why he decided to dope. Anyway he served his ban and is back performing well. His form is a mystery but maybe the pressure Boe is putting on him is starting to show.

This season Boe has been starting races ahead of Fourcade on the list and posting tough times to beat.

Another Norwegian year-old Johannes Dale, who was on the Junior World Cup last season, got his chance to race on the World Cup and shot clean to finish 15th.

She shot clean and managed to do enough to stay ahead of a remarkable Laura Dahlmeier who made a fantastic comeback after illness.

The pursuits took place on Saturday and with a lead of 21 seconds Johannes would be hard to beat. Tarjei Boe made it a boe-dium moving up 5 places to take third with just 1 miss.

Sebastian Samuelsson moved from 52nd to 10th despite 2 misses. Hanna Oberg moved from 6th to 3rd to take the final podium spot.

Her teammates from Sweden had an excellent race with Mona Brorsson going from 36th to 12th, Anna Magnusson from 44th to 4and Linn Persson from 37th to 15th.

Follow biathlon23 on Twitter! Like biathlon23 on Facebook! Thanks to Martin Fourcade winning 7 Overall Titles in a row my trusty thesaurus and I have run out of words to describe him.

Although one we could use is predictable. Johannes Thingnes Boe will try to beat him but he has had a bit of a topsy turvy summer.

He got married, he admitted to not being in the best shape and he was also ill for a while and had a back problem. Not the best preparation to take on the titan that is Fourcade!

It would be nice if his big brother Tarjei could get back to the form he showed when he won the Overall all those years ago.

The Germans are always in and around the Top 5 come the end of the season. Anton Shipulin usually finishes third in the Total Score but this summer has suffered from mononucleosis and only confirmed that he would continue racing in biathlon at the start of October.

Not a recipe for success. Lukas Hofer finished fifth last season in the Overall and maybe he could move up a place or two this year and grab a Top 3 but he is not likely to win the big crystal globe.

The Swedes had a great season with their Olympic success and you might think Sebastian Samuelsson or Freddie Lindstrom could mount a serious challenge.

They have a home World Championships in Oestersund and will be looking to repeat their Olympic preparation plan to bring them medals come March.

That means their main focus will not be the World Cups. Last season we only had 2 different winners; Norway and Sweden. However the Norwegians have lost Bjoerndalen and Svendsen to retirement and there are a lot of strong teams who can get in the mix like Germany, France, Austria and Russia.

There were only two races in the Single Mixed Relay last season and they were won by Austria and France. It all depends on who is racing however so there are a lot of teams who could win this season.

The first round of the World Cup begins in Pokljuka this season. Be careful not to go to Oestersund by mistake! New things are happening in biathlon this season.

They had one of those congress things back in September and the powers that be have made some changes. Firstly they have introduced a new event!

It means there will be 60 starters instead of At the end of the second lap the second 30 stop to shoot and the first 30 continue to ski.

Also it will be formally known at the Massive Start — well by biathlon23 anyway! The IBU have also made a small change to the Individual. If the conditions are bad, like rubbish weather or rubbish snow, they will have the option of shortening the races.

For the men it will be 15km instead of 20km and the penalty for a miss will be 45 seconds instead of a minute.

For the women it will be This will make the person with the calculator at the side of the tracks job much harder when trying to work out the times!

There are a few rule changes too. It seems that someone high up must read my blog as one of my Big Biathlon questions has been answered already.

In the Mixed and Single Mixed Relay there is now the option of the men starting first instead of the women always starting on leg 1.

Weirdly the Juniors have all got older! The Juniors will have their own Nations Cup this season and you can be a Junior and a Youth for a year longer which means Olympic gold medallist Sebastian Samuelsson can still be a Junior.

Get him on the Junior Cup Sweden! The Top 8 athletes on the IBU qualifying points list who are not from a country that already has a World Cup quota will get a National Federation wildcard.

A maximum of two wildcards per federation can be given in a single trimester. Oh and they appointed a new President, Olle Dahlin from Sweden.

But seeing as I was overlooked yet again it is not of interest to me!!! At the time of writing no charges have been brought against either party but both stepped down from their positions while the investigation is on going.

Both deny any wrong doing. Then we had all the retirements to deal with! The legend Ole Einar Bjoerndalen finally called it a day although I think he made the decision at rifle point as he seemed a bit reluctant to retire!

It was not a surprise when his teammate Emil Hegle Svendsen also gave up the sport. He made no secret of the fact that he would go after the Olympics.

I know what you are thinking — whose hair will I admire now? Step forward German para- biathlete Steffen Lehmker! Jean Guillaume Beatrix has gone too.

Very sad to see a biathlon23 interviewee finish their career mainly because it is not allowed! Jaroslav Soukup and Daniel Mesotitsch retired too.

All three women have young children so that may have come into their decisions. Then at the end of June Darya Domracheva decided that she would also retire wanting to focus on her child too.

Anastasiya Kuzmina 5. Lisa Vittozzi 3. Anastasiya Kuzmina Standings after 5 of 8 races. Anastasiya Kuzmina 4.

Dorothea Wierer 5. Vanessa Hinz Standings after 3 of 6 races. Sweden Standings after 3 of 5 races. Italy Standings after 12 of 23 races.

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Evgeniy Garanichev Standings after 3 of 6 races. Relay [ edit ] Pos. France Standings after 3 of 5 races.

Nation [ edit ] Pos. Austria Standings after 12 of 23 races. Monika Hojnisz 54 3. Baiba Bendika 40 Standings after 1 of 3 races.

Dorothea Wierer 3. Anastasiya Kuzmina 5. Lisa Vittozzi 3. Anastasiya Kuzmina Standings after 5 of 8 races. Anastasiya Kuzmina 4.

Dahlmeier back in form with first win of the season. Eurosport Live , where and when you want. Davidova takes incredible debut World Cup victory at Antholz.

Boe takes tenth victory of the season at Antholz. Wierer beats Laura Dahlmeier for first-ever home win. Dahlmeier wins first World Cup event of season in Antholz-Anterselva.

Fillon Maillet bags maiden victory in Antholz 15km mass start. Fillon Maillet bests Boe for maiden World Cup triumph.

Wierer enjoys home comforts with win in Antholz. Quentin Fillon Maillet 3. Evgeniy Garanichev Standings after 3 of 6 races.

Relay [ edit ] Pos. France Standings after 3 of 5 races. Nation [ edit ] Pos. Austria Standings after 12 of 23 races. Monika Hojnisz 54 3. Baiba Bendika 40 Standings after 1 of 3 races.

Dorothea Wierer 3. Anastasiya Kuzmina 5. Lisa Vittozzi 3. Anastasiya Kuzmina Standings after 5 of 8 races. Anastasiya Kuzmina 4. Loginov shot clean to win by 25 seconds.

Martin Fourcade missed 1 shot to finish 7th and will start 22 seconds behind Johannes Boe in the pursuit. That should be fun! Biathlon, biathlon, Why do I love you so?

Because you are the best sport, Shooting and skiing in the snow! We have the best fans around, And that will never change, Cheering on the athletes, When they are on the shooting range!

But watch out dear biathletes, There is always someone ready to swoop, Especially when you miss a target, And go round the penalty loop. We also have team Sweden, With gold medallists Seb and Hanna, They are still brilliant biathletes, Even dressed like a banana!

Italy have some amazing shooters, Like Vittozzi and Wierer, Making all the other biathletes, Wish the targets were nearer! Then there are our officials, Who carry out all the checks, We appreciate all the coaches too, And especially the wax techs!

Imagine doing biathlon blind, And shooting with your hearing, Using a guide to get you around, And help you with the steering!

Follow biathlon23 on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram! Obviously there was only ever going to be one winner as the combination of Johannes Thingnes Boe and Bib23 are frankly unstoppable!

He won the race in 23 minutes just for good measure. He has always been super talented which begs the question why he decided to dope.

Anyway he served his ban and is back performing well. His form is a mystery but maybe the pressure Boe is putting on him is starting to show.

This season Boe has been starting races ahead of Fourcade on the list and posting tough times to beat. Another Norwegian year-old Johannes Dale, who was on the Junior World Cup last season, got his chance to race on the World Cup and shot clean to finish 15th.

She shot clean and managed to do enough to stay ahead of a remarkable Laura Dahlmeier who made a fantastic comeback after illness. The pursuits took place on Saturday and with a lead of 21 seconds Johannes would be hard to beat.

Tarjei Boe made it a boe-dium moving up 5 places to take third with just 1 miss. Sebastian Samuelsson moved from 52nd to 10th despite 2 misses.

Hanna Oberg moved from 6th to 3rd to take the final podium spot. Her teammates from Sweden had an excellent race with Mona Brorsson going from 36th to 12th, Anna Magnusson from 44th to 4and Linn Persson from 37th to 15th.

Follow biathlon23 on Twitter! Like biathlon23 on Facebook! Thanks to Martin Fourcade winning 7 Overall Titles in a row my trusty thesaurus and I have run out of words to describe him.

Although one we could use is predictable. Johannes Thingnes Boe will try to beat him but he has had a bit of a topsy turvy summer.

He got married, he admitted to not being in the best shape and he was also ill for a while and had a back problem. Not the best preparation to take on the titan that is Fourcade!

It would be nice if his big brother Tarjei could get back to the form he showed when he won the Overall all those years ago. The Germans are always in and around the Top 5 come the end of the season.

Anton Shipulin usually finishes third in the Total Score but this summer has suffered from mononucleosis and only confirmed that he would continue racing in biathlon at the start of October.

Not a recipe for success. Lukas Hofer finished fifth last season in the Overall and maybe he could move up a place or two this year and grab a Top 3 but he is not likely to win the big crystal globe.

The Swedes had a great season with their Olympic success and you might think Sebastian Samuelsson or Freddie Lindstrom could mount a serious challenge.

They have a home World Championships in Oestersund and will be looking to repeat their Olympic preparation plan to bring them medals come March.

That means their main focus will not be the World Cups. Last season we only had 2 different winners; Norway and Sweden. However the Norwegians have lost Bjoerndalen and Svendsen to retirement and there are a lot of strong teams who can get in the mix like Germany, France, Austria and Russia.

There were only two races in the Single Mixed Relay last season and they were won by Austria and France. It all depends on who is racing however so there are a lot of teams who could win this season.

The first round of the World Cup begins in Pokljuka this season. Be careful not to go to Oestersund by mistake!

New things are happening in biathlon this season. They had one of those congress things back in September and the powers that be have made some changes.

Firstly they have introduced a new event! It means there will be 60 starters instead of At the end of the second lap the second 30 stop to shoot and the first 30 continue to ski.

Also it will be formally known at the Massive Start — well by biathlon23 anyway! The IBU have also made a small change to the Individual.

If the conditions are bad, like rubbish weather or rubbish snow, they will have the option of shortening the races. For the men it will be 15km instead of 20km and the penalty for a miss will be 45 seconds instead of a minute.

For the women it will be This will make the person with the calculator at the side of the tracks job much harder when trying to work out the times!

There are a few rule changes too. It seems that someone high up must read my blog as one of my Big Biathlon questions has been answered already.

In the Mixed and Single Mixed Relay there is now the option of the men starting first instead of the women always starting on leg 1. Weirdly the Juniors have all got older!

The Juniors will have their own Nations Cup this season and you can be a Junior and a Youth for a year longer which means Olympic gold medallist Sebastian Samuelsson can still be a Junior.

Get him on the Junior Cup Sweden! The Top 8 athletes on the IBU qualifying points list who are not from a country that already has a World Cup quota will get a National Federation wildcard.

A maximum of two wildcards per federation can be given in a single trimester. Oh and they appointed a new President, Olle Dahlin from Sweden.

But seeing as I was overlooked yet again it is not of interest to me!!! At the time of writing no charges have been brought against either party but both stepped down from their positions while the investigation is on going.

Both deny any wrong doing. Then we had all the retirements to deal with! The legend Ole Einar Bjoerndalen finally called it a day although I think he made the decision at rifle point as he seemed a bit reluctant to retire!

It was not a surprise when his teammate Emil Hegle Svendsen also gave up the sport. He made no secret of the fact that he would go after the Olympics.

I know what you are thinking — whose hair will I admire now? Step forward German para- biathlete Steffen Lehmker! Jean Guillaume Beatrix has gone too.

Very sad to see a biathlon23 interviewee finish their career mainly because it is not allowed! Jaroslav Soukup and Daniel Mesotitsch retired too.

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