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Biathlon. Makarainen snatched from the hands of Kuzmina’s victory in the world Cup

Биатлон. Макарайнен вырвала из рук Кузьминой победу в Кубке мираFinnish biathlete Kaisa Makarainen in an incredibly dramatic struggle with Anastasia Kuzmina won the Big crystal globe.

Before the final race of the season Kuzmina, subject to the deletion of the two worst results were ahead of Makarainen five points. Theoretical chances of a victory in the overall standings kept and Domracheva but the Belarusian had to not only win, but to count on the simultaneous failure of two rivals.

The first shooting Kuzmina and Makarainen synchronously made the mistake. Second firing line, both women underwent without misfires. In the first standing Kajsa started the last two bullets in “milk” and lagged behind the opponent for 25 seconds.

At the last shooting Kuzmina was enough to shoot no worse Makarainen, but Anastasia the last shot he missed and the most aggravated the intrigue. Both candidates for the Big crystal globe simultaneously ran on the last lap…

Kaisa rushed to the attack and quickly sidestepped Kuzmin, but it was not enough to finish in one position higher. Fink turned the jet speed and began to work around one opponent after another. Kuzmina forces in retaliation is not enough – Dominika missed Eckhoff and finally accepted defeat.

The victory in the final race of the season was won by Darya Domracheva – a Belarusian in the last round played 14 seconds and fifth place finished first. Laura dahlmeier, with the final two penalties, lost and win the race, and the Small crystal globe in the standings before the mass starts. The award went to newly minted three-time champion of the world Cup, and Kaisa, Makarainen.

Tyumen. Women. The results of the mass start:

1. Darya Domracheva (Belarus, 0+0+1+0) 35:27.4
2. Paulina Fialkova (Slovakia, 1+0+0+0) +1.8
3. Anais Chevalier (France, 0+0+0+0) +6.6
4. Vanessa Hinz (Germany, 0+0+1+0) +9.6
5. Franziska Preuss (Germany, 1+0+1+0) +9.8
6. Kaisa Makarainen (Finland, 1+0+2+0) +17.4

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