Biathlon now in the live ticker: Crazy pursuers – Herrmann-Wick wins in Antholz

Biathlon: Denise Herrmann-Wick celebrates her second victory of the season.

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The 2022/23 Biathlon World Cup will continue on Saturday. There are two pursuit races in Antholz. is today part of the live ticker.

Anterselva – The last pursuit race before the biathlon world championships in Oberhof will take place in Antholz on Saturday. Both The ladies won Denise Herrmann-Wick, men start at 3 p.m. is today in the live ticker for biathlon with you.

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Before the race: At 3:00 p.m. the men are running in pursuit, the live ticker continues at 2:45 p.m.

Biathlon: the madness of the pursuers – Herrmann-Wick wins in Antholz

is running Denise Herrmann-Wick in impressive form. If he also works on the launch pad, the German is currently difficult to beat. That’s what happened with the pursuer of Antholz, whom the 34-year-old caught on Saturday ahead of Lisa Vittozzi from Italy and Elvira Öberg from Sweden.

Herrmann-Wick started the race 23 seconds behind Dorothea Wierer, pushed the pace from the start and had just two penalties. in the the last shot blundered the competition many. Herrmann-Wick made just one mistake and confidently crossed the finish line for her second victory of the season.

Biathlon: Kebinger and Hettich-Walz with great performances

“He is always great to run here in Antholz. I knew my starting position was good. I landed the extended base and was in the back with myself,” Herrmann-Wick said upon arrival. Overall in the World Cup, the German remains fifth, but is close to the podium.

At his second World Cup race of the current season Hanna Kebinger a great performance and finished tenth. Also Janina Hettich-Walz confirmed her good form as twelfth. Sophia Schneider (21st), Vanessa Voigt (25th) and Franziska Preuss (34th) missed out on the top spots.

Biathlon: The final score of the women’s pursuit

1. Denise Herrmann-Wick (Germany) 29:53.1 minutes / 2 penalty laps
2. Lisa Vittozzi (Italy) +11.0 / 0
3. Elvira Oberg (Sweden) +17.2/2
10. Hanna Kebinger (Germany) +1: 19.6/1
12. Janina Hettich-Walz (Germany) +1:26.7/4
21. Sophia Schneider (Germany) +1:59.8/4
25.Vanessa Voigt (Germany) +2:18.4/2
34. Franziska Preuss (Germany) +3:12.1/3

The whole result

Biathlon: The pursuer of women in the live ticker

Aim: Denise Herrmann-Wick wins the pursuer of Antholz ahead of Lisa Vittozzi and Elvira Öberg. Hanna Kebinger is a good tenth, Janina Hettich-Walz a very good twelfth.

Course: Nothing burns here, Herrmann-Wick literally flies over the track!

Course: Hanna Kebinger hits everything again, she can finish in the top ten here. What an achievement at his second World Cup of the season.

Course: Now here is the decision. Herrmann-Wick must execute a penalty loop, Roeiseland and Wierer two. Öberg also fails, Herrmann-Wick will win!

Course: Let’s focus on the confrontation. Roeiseland, Wierer and Herrmann-Wick are about to go to the last shoot together.

Course: Julia Simon, who has dominated the World Cup and the chasers so far, has already taken six penalties today and is far behind.

Course: Four women fight for victory in the last shot. Behind them, Lisa Vittozzi and Lou Jeanmonnot still have options on the podium.

Course: Kebinger shoots a penalty loop. But the competition is also shaky, Kebinger remains on course for the top ten. Hettich-Walz falls further, Schneider must also enter the round.

Course: Wierer comes to shooting standing. She has to go into the penalty loop, it’s a chance for the competition. Herrmann-Wick touches on everything and is fully involved here. Roeiseland shoots faster and is now in the lead. Öberg is still fully involved.

Course: Wierer heads for the shooting range, Herrmann-Wick leads the chasing group. The tension increases.

Course: Preuss now passes clear, she is 38 years old. Kebinger holds well here in eleventh.

Course: Wierer already has a lead of a good penalty lap. Everything is open behind him, everything is still possible for Herrmann-Wick. And we see two more shooters standing.

Course: Hettich-Walz again at fault, she loses her good starting position. Schneider now takes two penalties, but Kebinger stays clean again.

Course: We are on the second leg lying down. Six queens shoot at the same time. Only Wierer comes out of it without fail. Öberg makes two mistakes, everyone has to do a penalty loop.

Course: The pursuers around Herrmann-Wick brutally push the pace and are almost in the lead. Until the shooting range, the leading group will consist of six women.

Course: Hettich-Walz is 50 seconds from the top, with Schneider and Kebinger just over a minute away.

Course: Herrmann-Wick and Roeiseland are only ten seconds behind the top three. Hanna Öberg also chases and runs in the second group.

Course: Hettich-Walz must perform a penalty loop. Schneider hits everything, Kebinger stays clean too. Both are a good minute behind. Voigt and Preuß have to enter the penalty loop and fall back.

Course: The first shoot is underway. The leading trio go away together and without fault. Herrmann-Wick and Roeiseland also broke all the windows.

Course: Öberg and Chevalier are next to Wierer, as a trio they go straight to the first shot. Herrmann-Wick and Roeiseland are 15 seconds behind.

Course: Herrmann-Wick and Marte Olsbu Roeiseland immediately push the pace and gain a few seconds lead. In racing terms, Herrmann-Wick is currently in exceptional condition.

Course: Franziska Preuss is 1:41 behind Wierer. For her, today is important race training for the World Championships in Oberhof.

Course: A band with Herrmann-Wick and Hettich-Walz follows soon after. The atmosphere is excellent, as we know from Antholz.

Course: It starts, Wierer, Chevalier and Öberg start the first lap over two kilometers almost at the same time.

Before the race: The ladies are getting ready, it will start in a few moments.

Before the race: Conditions are good again today, and the sun can be seen again and again.

Before the race: Women must run 10 kilometers and shoot four times. Hunters are very dynamic and often feature surprising twists.

Before the race: Sophia Schneider, Hanna Kebinger, Vanessa Voigt and Franziska Preuß are clearly behind. But a lot is possible in pursuit races.

Before the race: The field is Italian but close on his heels. Two Germans are only 25 seconds behind. Denise Herrmann-Wick and Janina Hettich-Walz are in a great starting position.

Before the race: So let’s move on to today’s first follower. 60 women are at the start, Dorothea Wierer opens.

Before the race: Hello and welcome to Antholz’s biathlon live ticker today. Two pursuers are lined up today in South Tyrol.

Biathlon Today in the Live Ticker: The Preliminary Races Report

The women open the exciting biathlon day in South Tyrol with their 10 kilometer race, during which each athlete has to go to the shooting range four times. Outside From a German perspective, there are two exciting personalities.

Biathlon today in the live ticker: Herrmann-Wick and Hettich-Walz within striking distance

Departure of Denise Herrmann-Wick and Janina Hettich-Walz just over 20 seconds behind sprint winner Dorothea Wierer and have good options for a podium finish.

Hanna Kebinger, Sophia Schneider, Vanessa Voigt and Franziska Preuss are already more than a minute behind the chaser. That the dynamic format often offers surprises, so the starting position is attractive to all DSV women. Here is the starting list

Biathlon today in the live ticker: Boe against the rest of the world

Wierer is the favorite, his But the pursuers breathe down her neck. France have a lot of irons in the fire around overall leader Julia Simon, and Sweden’s Elvira Öberg is also high on the list of favorites.

The starting position of the six German starters is similar for the men. Roman Rees starts fourth, one minute behind over 12.5 kilometers, Justus Strelow starts a good 25 seconds behind his teammate.

Benedikt Doll is in sight of Rees and still has options for the front seats. David Zobel, Johannes Kühn and Philipp Nawrath are more than two minutes behind and are only outsiders. Here is the starting list

Johannes Thingnes Boe goes after his victory on Friday and a lead of 31 seconds to Martin Ponsiluoma in the race. Behind them is a large field with many candidates for the podium. The penultimate race day before the Biathlon World Championships starts at 1 p.m., is included in the live ticker.

The Antholz races are part of the 2022/23 Biathlon World Cup. The biathlon calendar includes 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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