Biathlon today in the live ticker: DSV duo with weak performance, Norway wins

Biathlon: Janina Hettich-Walz showed a poor performance in the single mixed relay.

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The 2022/23 Biathlon World Cup will continue on Sunday. Mixed relays will take place on Pokljuka for the first time this season. is today part of the live ticker.

Pokljuka – The End of the Biathlon World Cup in Pokljuka On Sunday. Two seasons are on the program and constitute an endurance test for the World Cup in February. them From a German point of view, the mixed single relay was a disappointment, the mixed relay starts at 2:25 p.m. is today in the live ticker for biathlon with you.

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Before the race: The mixed relay continues at 2:25 p.m., we will contact you again at 2:00 p.m. in the live ticker.

Biathlon now in the ticker: DSV duo with weak performance, Norway wins

Justus Strelow and Janina Hettich-Walz had a chance day in the Pokljuka Mixed Singles Relay. The German duo covered more than 13.5 kilometers in the race only the weak 13th place and is more than three minutes behind the leaders.

Biathlon: Strelow falls, Norway wins with confidence

Strelow fell early in the race then big problems on the track and wasted a lot of time. Hettich-Walz made a lot of mistakes on his first lap, had to enter the penalty loop and couldn’t make up for anything with a decent performance in the final segment.

Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen and Ingrid Landmark Tandrevold of Norway lived up to their role as favorites and clearly won for Norway ahead of Lou Jeanmonnot and Antonin Guigonnat of France. Amy Baserga and Niklas Hartweg from Switzerland was surprisingly third.

Biathlon: The final result of the single mixed relay

1. Norway 38:54.1 minute / 0 penalty / 5 spare rounds
2.France +41.0/0/6
3. Switzerland +49.6/0/8
13. Germany +3:06.6/1/9

The whole result

Biathlon: The simple mixed relay in the live ticker

Aim: Norway is clearly ahead of France and Switzerland. Ingrid Landmark Tandrevold and Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen celebrate victory here. Strelow and Hettich-Walz are 13th, which is a big disappointment.

Course: Hettich-Walz ensures a conciliatory finish, it’s five goals. The bottom line is a weak 13th place.

Course: Now it’s off to the shooting range one last time. That’s where this season decides. Tandrevold erases everything, Norway wins here quite easily. Lou Jeanmonnot secures second place for France. Amy Baserga hits it all, Switzerland is third.

Course: Hettich-Walz shoots prone. She makes two more mistakes, it’s a bad performance from the Black Forest girl.

Course: The leading group arrives at the penultimate shot. Tandrevold hits it all, Norway are on course for victory! Jeanmonnot remains second, Switzerland also gets away without fail.

Course: It changes because 14th, the German duo is already more than two minutes behind. It is a very bitter afternoon today.

Course: Strelow again has trouble on the track. Does he at least stay cool at the shooting range? No, that’s a total of two errors. This will not happen with the catch-up race.

Course: Christiansen falters, these are two errors. But even pursuers make mistakes. Norway stay ahead. France is in second place, Hartweg is struggling but remains third.

Course: It’s up for the top teams, then the final trade.

Course: Strelow is at the shooting range. He erases all the slips and pushes Germany to twelfth place.

Course: The first gentlemen now arrive at the shooting range. Christiansen clears everything, Norway stay ahead. Guigonnat maintains France second, Switzerland remains third with Hartweg.

Course: Now everything is fine for the German duo. Hettich Walz has four penalties and needs to enter the penalty loop once. The deficit is 1h26 minutes, which is bitter.

Course: We are on the fourth shoot. Despite a reserve, Norway stay ahead and pass in 1. France is now second, Switzerland third.

Course: The standing shot is followed by a format change.

Course: He currently sits in eleventh place. He misses 41 seconds at the top, a good thirty on the podium.

Course: Norway takes the lead, followed by Switzerland and the United States. Hettich-Walz hits all targets, but had to stop briefly once. But overall it was a good performance.

Course: Everything is still open here. But Janina Hettich-Walz now has to make sure she gets through this cleanly.

Course: Because now women are in the running. 1.5 kilometers, then shooting prone. Germany is twelfth, 25 seconds behind.

Course: We learn that Strelow fell and lost time. Hopefully he is recovering well now from his short hiatus.

Course: We are on the second shoot. A lot of mistakes are made, Strelow could now make up for it here. But he also made two errors and the gap widened.

Course: Strelow has huge problems on the track. He loses almost 20 seconds here on this short lap.

Course: There is a 1.5 km run followed by a standing shot. And then there is a direct change, it is one of the particularities of the mono-mixed relay.

Course: Strelow hits it all and returns to the track in second place. Norway is in the lead, Germany is fully involved.

Course: He goes to the first of eight shootings. There are three spares per unit, the penalty loop is only 75 meters long.

Course: Sweden, Austria and Norway set the tone. But Strelow remains in the leading group.

Course: The race begins, 1.5 kilometers are about to be run. Then it’s time for the first prone shot.

Before the race: Conditions have changed dramatically. Yesterday the sun was shining, today it is raining.

Before the race: It starts in a few minutes, the gentlemen are getting ready.

Before the race: 24 nations will start immediately, the men will open the race.

Before the race: 13.5 kilometers are covered, eight shots are fired. We are facing a dynamic race with short laps and lots of shots.

Before the race: Sweden sends Anna Magnusson and Sebastian Samuelsson into the race. Norway start with Ingrid Landmark Tandrevold and Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen, Austria send Simon Eder and Lisa Theresa Hauser to the track. These are the big favourites.

Before the race: Janina Hettich-Walz and Justus Strelow are about to leave for Germany. The German duo is just one of the outsiders.

Before the race: Let’s start this mixed day with the single mixed relay, the youngest discipline of the Biathlon World Cup.

Before the race: Hello and welcome to today’s biathlon live ticker in Pokljuka.

Biathlon Today in the Live Ticker: The Preliminary Races Report

Departures with the mono-mixed relay first mixed day of the 2022/23 Biathlon World Cup. One woman and one man from each nation compete together over the total distance of 13.5 kilometres. Each lap is 1.5 kilometers and involves running nine times – shooting eight times.

Biathlon today in the live ticker: this is how Germany runs in the mixed relay

simple mixed relays very dynamic and often reserve surprises. Justus Strelow and Janina Hettich-Walz tackle the race for Germany. Both are good shooters and well suited for intense shooting competition. The competition is fierce, many nations have a good chance of making the podium here. Here is the starting list

Biathlon today in the live ticker: This is how Germany starts in the mixed relay

So it’s off 2:25 p.m. Continue with the mixed relay. Here the nations compete with two athletes per gender. The men start, then the women take over. Each runner must cover 7.5 kilometers, with two strokes each.

National Coach Mark Kirchner has Roman Rees, Benedikt Doll, Sophia Schneider and Denise Herrmann-Wick appointed. Rees and Doll convinced in Friday’s sprint, Herrmann-Wick is an experienced relay runner. Schneider had major problems in Thursday’s sprint, but did not start the chase and rested accordingly.

Sweden, France, Norway and Italy are also part of the inner circle of favourites. According to the provisional start list However, many top-tier nations do without their so-called best roster. and give top athletes a break before the World Cup in Ruhpolding. Here is the starting list

Still awake exciting races on Sunday before. The single mixed relay starts at 11.45 a.m., will be there from 11.15 a.m. in the biathlon live ticker.

Pokljuka races are part of the 2022/23 Biathlon World Cup. The biathlon calendar contains nine stations, the results of the World Cup races are included in the general classification for women and men. is included in the live ticker for all races.



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