An Olympic biathlon double medalist will conclude his career at the end of the season

Biathlon News 23 feb 2024, 10:58
An Olympic biathlon double medalist will conclude his career at the end of the season An Olympic biathlon double medalist will conclude his career at the end of the season

German biathlete Benedikt Doll has announced his decision to retire after the 2023-24 season, as conveyed by the athlete on his Instagram page.

Having dedicated 27 years to biathlon, with 12 of those spent on the World Cup circuit, Doll has opted for retirement following this season. He eagerly anticipates the remaining stages of the World Cup and reflects on what lies beyond his athletic career.

Doll, a German biathlete, is a two-time bronze medalist at the 2018 Olympic Games in the pursuit and relay events, the 2017 world champion in the sprint, a two-time European champion (2011 and 2013), and a four-time world junior champion. He also claimed victory in the IBU Cup 2011/2012 overall standings.

It's worth noting that Italian biathlete Dorothea Wierer has also shared her plans for the future. For the past few months, speculation has surrounded the future of the Italian athlete. This topic remains significant in the biathlon world. The 33-year-old biathlete has decided to shed light on the matter and has disclosed that she has already made a decision about her future, but urges for a little more patience.

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