Norwegian dominance continues. Results of the individual men's race at the Biathlon World Cup

Biathlon News 01 mar 2024, 11:37
Norwegian dominance continues. Results of the individual men's race at the Biathlon World Cup Photo: https://twitter.com/focusbiathlon

On Friday, March 1st, in the Norwegian city of Oslo, the individual men's biathlon race of the World Cup took place.

Sturla Legreid clinched the golden accolades of these competitions. The Norwegian traversed the course in 49 minutes and 31.0 seconds, exhibiting unerring marksmanship at the shooting range. Tarjei Bø secured the runner-up position, trailing the leader by 28.5 seconds with a solitary miss on the shooting stage. Another Norwegian, Vetle Christiansen, claimed the third spot, yielding to the victor by 1 minute and 5.6 seconds, having utilized an additional cartridge once.

Additionally, the top six included: Perrone from France, Johannes Bø from Norway, and Rastorguevs from Latvia. Thus, a remarkable four Norwegian biathletes ascended into the elite echelon.

World Cup of Biathlon. Men's Individual Race

Top 6:

  1. Sturla Legreid (Norway, 0+0+0+0) 49:31.0 minutes
  2. Tarjei Bø (Norway, 0+0+0+1) +28.5
  3. Vetle Christiansen (Norway, 0+0+0+1) +1:05.6
  4. Eric Perrone (France, 0+0+0+1) +1:06.4
  5. Johannes Bø (Norway, 0+1+1+0) +1:14.9
  6. Andreas Rastorguevs (Latvia, 0+0+0+1) +1:44.0

We also remind you of the results and schedule of this biathlon season.

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