Yesterday in Nove mesto completed the third stage of the biathlon world Cup – it’s time to look at the situation in the individual competition.
Martin Fourcade, Nove the Place has not lost a single race and extended its winning streak to five starts. The Frenchman after three stages, ahead of his nearest rival on 158 points. If the international biathlon Union will ignore the doping scandal in Russia, the boycott of the world Cup in Tyumen, which He said will not affect its prospects in the world Cup.
Dmitry Pidruchny after breaking into the top 5 in the mass start progressed to 20th place in the standings, trailing the top 10 by only 43 points. In the Czech Republic has improved its position and Sergey Semenov and pryma Artem entrenched in the top-30.
In the Nations Cup Ukraine for the first stage in Nove mesto managed to gain a foothold on the seventh line, almost caught up with the Czech Republic and approached the unstable Austrians.
The world Cup. Men. Personal results:
1. Martin Fourcade (France) — 468
2. Anton Shipulin (Russia) — 310
3. Johannes Bø (Norway) Is 308
4. OLE Einar Bjoerndalen (Norway) – 258
5. Simon Schempp (Germany) – 251
20. Pidruchnuy Dmytro (Ukraine) — 154
27. Sergey Semenov (Ukraine) – 117
32. Pryma Artem (Ukraine) — 90
53. Vitaly Kilchitsky (Ukraine) — 21
In women from the start of the season Martin Fourcade took over Laura dahlmeier is a German wins a little less French, but still with a solid lead in the standings of the world Cup. The nearest rival Dallmeier is swift Finca Kaisa Makarainen that only one race of the current season did not appear in the top 10.
Ukrainian biathletes are still in search of stability – Julia Jim and Olena Pidhrushna in three stages never got to the flower ceremony. The second echelon consisting of Irina Varvynets, Yuliya Zhuravok, Anastasiya Merkushina and Yana Bondar also boast a breakthrough in a particular race.
In the Nations Cup Ukraine is unusual in sixth place, but Norway and Russia are at arm’s length.
The world Cup. Women. Personal results:
1. Laura Dahlmeier (Germany) — 410
2. Kaisa Makarainen (Finland) — 312
3. Gabriela Soukalova (Czech Republic) – 305
4. Marie Dorin Habert (France) — 291
5. Justine Breza (France) — 275
15. Jim Yulia (Ukraine) — 173
24. Olena Pidhrushna (Ukraine) — 124
33. Iryna Varvynets (Ukraine) Is 72
50. Yuliya Zhuravok (Ukraine) — 30
52. Jan Bondar (Ukraine) — 23
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