Biathlon: Rees shines at Antholz – Boe is unbeatable

Biathlon: Roman Rees had a solid sprint in Antholz.

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The 2022/23 Biathlon World Cup continued on Friday. The men’s sprint took place in Antholz. Two German riders showed a solid performance.

Anterselva – To Biathlon World Cup in Antholz the men also intervened on Friday. was performed in Sprint, which Johannes Thingnes Boe again managed to win. One of the German riders in particular was convincing.

Roman Rees has one in the last biathlon sprint before the world championships excellent dress rehearsal graduated and Just missed the podium in Antholz. A two-fight penalty loop brought Black Forest to the podium. Over the distance of more than 10 kilometers, he showed a solid performance and finished fourth. So there is one good starting position for the pursuer the Saturday.

Biathlon: Strelow is also convincing, Doll misses the top ten

Also Justus Strelow (9th)who made no shooting errors, convinced with a good run. Benedict doll (12th), the best German biathlete of the current season, received three penalties and missed the top ten. With 90 seconds behind Boe, he enters the pursuer.

David Zobel (33rd) brings two penalties behind the pursuer by more than two minutes. Johannes Kuehn (54.) had four penalties and was far behind too Philip Nawrath (39.) could not intervene in the fight for the first places.

Biathlon: Johannes Thignes Boe again unbeatable

In the fifth sprint of the current season, the winner was called Johannes Thingnes Boe for the fifth time. The Norwegian is still in excellent form and, despite a penalty, was unbeatable at Antholz. The second was the The Swedish Martin Ponsiluoma is ahead of the Norwegian Sturla Holm Laegreid.

Biathlon in the live ticker: the end result

1. Johannes Thingnes Boe (Norway) 22:44.1 minutes / 1 penalty lap
2. Martin Ponsiluoma (Sweden) +31.4/1
3. Sturla Holm Lagreid (Norway) +37.3/0
4. Roman Rees (Germany) +56.7/1
9. Justus Strelow (Germany) +1:23.6/0
12. Benedict Doll (Germany) +1:30.5/3
33.David Zobel (Germany) +2:11.0/2
39. Philipp Nawrath (Germany) +2:21.5/3
54.Johannes Kuehn (Germany) +2:46.6/4

The whole result

The World Cup in Antholz will continue on Saturday. Then two pursuers are executed, it starts at 1:00 p.m.. is included in the live ticker.

Biathlon in Antholz: the live ticker for the men’s sprint

Conclusion: Johannes Thingnes Boe once again proved his supremacy and obtained his fifth victory in the fifth sprint. Martin Ponsiluoma at least caused a bit of a surprise and finished second, while Sturla Holm Lagreid shot clean but only finished third.

The best German was Roman Rees, who just missed out on the podium in fourth place. Justus Strelow also made the top ten. The remaining riders were unable to compete for a first place finish.

Course: Nawrath has two standing penalties, also dropping him.

Course: Nawrath comes down and starts with a penalty, but it stays that way. A penalty loop for him.

Course: Philipp Nawrath also started now.

Course: The next two Germans are on target. Justus Strelow finished ninth without a fault, Johannes Kühn with four penalties in 44th place. Kühn’s pursuit will be tight.

Course: Finish Roman Rees. He had to run a penalty loop and edge Christiansen to fourth. Very tough race for the 29-year-old player.

Course: A race used for Johannes Kühn, who again receives two penalties and therefore has a total of four penalties to his credit.

Course: Let’s take a look at the other favorites. Quentin Fillon Maillet has already crossed the finish line and is far from the podium in 15th place. Tarjei Boe, with three penalties, can no longer reach first place either.

Course: Very good performance from Justus Strelow, who now also shoots without fail in standing! He saves a lot of time there.

Course: Roman Rees has a penalty but clean from a standing position. He is ninth before the last lap. Meanwhile, Christiansen crossed the finish line, finishing fourth and narrowly missing out on the podium.

Course: Now Johannes Kühn is also on the shooting range for the first time. He shoots two fouls, it’s 300 extra meters.

Course: Very good shot down by Justus Strelow, he shot clean here. His deficit is 13.6 seconds.

Course: The Austrian Simon Eder can also be satisfied with his race. He cleaned fourth, but his time is now beaten by Frenchman Emilien Jacquelin.

Course: Martin Ponsiluoma had a great race with just one mistake. With a good time, he crossed the finish line in second position.

Course: Aggravating. With Roman Rees, the fifth disc stops and he must perform a penalty loop.

Course: Despite a clean shot, Lagreid couldn’t beat Boe’s time and finished second. Niklas Hartweg, the young Swiss, crosses the finish line in third place.

Course: The race is on for Justus Strelow.

Course: Johannes Thingnes Boe crosses the finish line, the Norwegian is almost a minute and a half ahead of Doll, who crosses the finish line shortly after and is currently 2nd. David Zobel is 5 years old.

Course: Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen missed a lying shot and now it’s even harder to beat Boe’s time.

Course: The next German is on the way, Roman Rees has started.

Course: Quentin Fillon Maillet’s time in the first lap is good, but then he gets two penalties. This takes him back a long way.

Course: But Lagreid also fired clean, 22 seconds behind Boe and now heading into the final lap.

Course: What is Boe doing now? Great, it shoots fast and hits all targets. Everything indicates the next victory. David Zobel has two penalties and is far behind.

Course: So Doll is at the shooting range. No, it’s not enough. He has two penalties and has penalties. A higher placement seems to be off the table.

Course: The first runners are already heading for the second shot. After 5.5 kilometers, Boe is currently half a minute ahead of Doll. Zobel is right behind.

Course: Sturla Holm Lagreid takes a long time on the range but shoots cleanly. So he’s in second place behind Boe at the moment. Zobel is currently third, Doll sixth.

Course: Boe shoots prone. And he also has a disc, he has to go in the penalty loop. Meanwhile, David Zobel remains flawless, strong showing from the German so far.

Course: Now it’s off to Doll’s shooting range. There is one disc left, so the German must cover another 150 meters.

Course: Jakov Fak has made the first lap and is shooting. The Slovenian must execute a penalty loop.

Course: Boe and Doll remain consistent, the gap between the two is 15 seconds after 2.2 kilometers.

Course: The first runners passed the first intermediate time after 1.5 kilometers. No big surprise that Johannes Thingnes Boe is in the lead here, followed by Benedikt Doll 12 seconds behind.

Course: Benedikt Doll and David Zobel are now also at the start, and Johannes Thingnes Boe is also on the road.

Course: It starts at 2:30 p.m. sharp, the race is on. Jakov Fak is on the track.

Before the race: Athletes start individually, 30 seconds apart. Benedikt Doll will be the first DSV rider on the course, with Slovenia’s Jakov Fak at the start.

Before the race: 10 kilometers are covered, twice it goes to the shooting range. First you shoot lying down, then standing up. Each mistake means a penalty loop for 150 meters, where you lose about 25 seconds.

Before the race: Who are the favorites to win? Besides World Cup leader Johannes Thingnes Boe (starting number 7), we must of course also mention his compatriots Sturla Holm Lagreid (11) and Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen (33). Quentin Fillon Maillet (30) and Tarjei Boe (53) will also compete for first place.

Before the race: Let’s look at the German starters. Besides Doll (starting number 4), David Zobel (6), Roman Res (48), Justus Strelow (56), Johannes Kühn (59) and Philipp Nawrath (100) will be at the start. The latter replaces Lucas Fratzscher, who was due to make his World Cup debut but who must now pass for health reasons.

Before the race: Benedikt Doll is Germany’s greatest hope today. In the sprint classification, he takes third place and is therefore the first pursuer of the two Norwegians Johannes Thingnes Boe and Sturla Holm Lagreid.

Before the race: Hello and welcome to Antholz’s biathlon live ticker today. At 2:00 p.m. we will announce the men’s sprint.

Biathlon Today in the Live Ticker: The Preliminary Race Report

Originally would have Lucas Fratzscher then made his first World Cup appearance which will take place during the current biathlon season. But the Thuringian, who recently shone in the IBU Cup, is bad health and must do without the start in the sprint.

Biathlon today in the live ticker: Nawrath enters the team, Doll with podium chances

Philipp Nawrath replaces Fratzscher, and are five other DSV gentlemen there. Benedikt Doll has the best shares for a top ranking. them Black Forest is one of the best sprinters in biathlon and has already been on the podium this season.

Johannes Kühn and Roman Rees start the 10 kilometer race with two shooting fights each with underdog chances. Justus Strelow, David Zobel and Nawrath initially want subscribers saturday achieve and create the best possible starting position for this.

Biathlon live today: will the Norwegian festival continue?

The top favorites all come from Norway. Johannes Thingnes Boe dominates the Biathlon World Cup of the gentlemen and is the first contender for victory. He will have competition from his compatriots Sturla Holm Laegreid, Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen and Tarjei Boe. Here is the starting list

The second race in Antholz starts at 2.30 p.m., is in Live ticker for biathlon with you.

The Antholz 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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