The 2022/23 Biathlon World Cup will continue on Friday. In Ruhpolding, the men compete in the relay. chiemgau24.de is today part of the live ticker.
Ruhpolding – Am third day of the Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding will take place for the first time this season. The gentlemen begin Friday at 2:25 p.m.chiemgau24.de is today in the live ticker for biathlon with you.
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Biathlon today in the live ticker: The intermediate result after the 6/8 shot
Course: We come to the penultimate shoot.
Course: Boe is already escaping, Rees is advancing at his own pace. That’s right, Boe is in top form when it comes to running.
Course: That’s it, the last modification is done. Rees takes to the track with high-flyer Boe.
Course: Doll is already on Christiansen, Guigonnat brings France back to third position. Johannes Thingnes Boe will start for Norway, Roman Rees for Germany and Emilien Claude for France.
Course: That’s how the season goes fast. France led the race for a long time, now the team is only fourth.
Course: They all need refills. Christiansen does it incredibly fast, Norway are in the lead. Doll only makes one mistake, France has to go to the penalty round. What a twist here.
Course: It’s about standing shooting, which immediately becomes a detective thriller.
Course: Christiansen closes the gap, the trio now move away from the front. What an exciting race here in Ruhpolding.
Course: That’s how it goes in the relay, Norway are up to ten seconds behind France and Germany. A three-way battle for victory erupts here.
Course: Doll arrives at the shooting range almost level with Guigonnat. Both have hit every target the Chiemgau Arena cooks.
Course: Doll is second, just ten seconds off the lead. We are approaching prone shooting.
Course: At halftime, everything is still open here. The German quartet even has a chance of winning today.
Course: France changes in the lead, Fillon Maillet passes the baton to Guigonnat. Doll boldly sends in the race, Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen now comes for Norway.
Course: Kühn overtook Simon Eder, Germany will move to third place.
Course: Again the turn of Norway, T. Boe takes his team to fifth place. Sweden, on the other hand, have to enter the penalty loop and are only eighth.
Course: He needs a replacement and stays ahead. Kühn also makes a mistake, but the reloader fails. It looks very good here.
Course: Fillon Maillet approaches standing. He has a good lead of 20 seconds.
Course: Kühn overtakes Austria and Sweden, Germany is now second. The standing position is coming soon, it’s his weak point.
Course: Norway is tenth, the gap is still 40 seconds. A big surprise awaits you here.
Course: Fillon Maillet hits everything, France remains in front. What does Kuehn do? That’s five goals, Germany are fully involved here.
Course: With a good 15 seconds in advance, Quentin Fillon Maillet is about to start on his stomach.
Course: France leads the race, with a larger group of seven nations forming behind them. Kuhn is there.
Course: Norway is still 40 seconds from France. Tarjei Boe now has a big task ahead of him.
Course: The first change takes place. France now starts with Quentin Fillon Maillet, Zobel moves on to Johannes Kühn.
Course: Norway are only 16th after Laegreid’s penalty, 40 seconds behind France. But the race is still long, it’s anything but a preliminary decision.
Course: We are here for the first ranking. Laegreid shoots a penalty loop, a big surprise looms here. Zobel uses only one substitute and climbs to fourth place.
Course: Zobel is also fully involved in the race, the first group is on their way to the second shoot.
Course: Sweden are surprisingly far behind, Samuelsson struggled a lot on the first shot.
Course: Norway and France took the lead. Zobel also hits everything and is sixth. It’s a good start here for the German team.
Course: So, we’re about to go belly-down. Norway continue to lead, but Zobel is represented in the lead group.
Course: The pitch is still tight, so together we go to the first of a total of eight shoots.
Course: The race is on, the starters have crossed the first section well. Norway sets the tone, that was to be expected.
Course: It’s dry, the slope is in good condition. It’s a little windy today, it’s the shooting range challenge.
Course: So, let’s start here. 21 nations are at the start, the starters are getting ready.
Before the race: Norway is the big favourite. Sturla Holm Laegreid, Tarjei Boe, Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen and Johannes Thingnes Boe can actually only fight. J. Boe, Laegreid and Christiansen lead the overall World Cup standings, T. Boe is up.
Before the race: The German team starts with David Zobel, Johannes Kühn, Benedikt Doll and Roman Rees. The DSV quartet is once again one of the candidates for the podium today.
Before the race: Today we see the first relay race here in Ruhpolding. The men run 4×7.5 kilometers, each athlete must go to the shooting range four times.
Before the race: Hello and welcome to the live ticker for biathlon in Ruhpolding today.
Biathlon Today in the Live Ticker: The Preliminary Race Report
She should then German hit series through the seasons of the previous biathlon season. At the start of the season in Kontiolahti, the DSV quartet finished second, a week later in Hochfilzen they also finished on the podium with third place.
Biathlon today in the live ticker: This is how Germany starts in the men’s relay
For the third season of the current Biathlon World Cup, national coach Mark Kirchner David Zobel, Johannes Kuhn, Benedikt Doll and Roman Rees appointed.
Zobel and Kühn struggle with fluctuations at the shooting range. Much will depend on how the two German starters enter the race then moved on to the Shaped Doll and Rees.
Biathlon today in the live ticker: Favorite role clearly distributed
You don’t have to look far for the top contender for victory in the 4×7.5 kilometer race with a total of eight shooting battles. them Norwegian men dominate biathlon season so far and are the clear favorites for victory in the Chiemgau Arena.
Biathlon “without snow” – This is what it looks like in Ruhpolding
Sturla Holm Laegreid leads the Scandinavians, then passes to Tarjei Boe. Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen, who finished second in singles, passes the baton to Wednesday’s winner, Johannes Thingnes Boe. According to the current state would be anything but a win for this quartet would be a huge sensation. Here is the starting list
In addition to Germany, there is France and Sweden still in contention for the podium. All other nations are just foreigners. The race starts at 2:25 p.m., chiemgau24.de is included in the live ticker for biathlon.
The Ruhpolding 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. chiemgau24.de is included in the live ticker for all races.
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