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Merry Christmas from Dasha, Gabi, Luki & Lowell

With the first three BMW IBU World Cups completed, everyone on the biathlon circuit is heading home for some rest and family time during the holiday season. We would like to wish everyone a wonderful holiday season and a great New Year in 2015. Here is a special Christmas and New Year’s greeting: “Merry Christmas from Dasha, Gabi, Luki, & Lowell.”

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Sat, 20 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Shipulin Sprints to Mass Start Win

Anton Shipulin of Russia battling four rivals over the final 3K loop pulled ahead in the final meters to win the men's 15K mass start in 35:16.8, with one penalty. Second went to Martin Fourcade of France, with one penalty, 1.2 seconds back, while Austria's Simon Eder, also with one penalty was .2 seconds behind Fourcade. Just missing the podium was clean-shooting Fredrik Lindstrom of Sweden, a mere.1 seconds behind Eder. Jean Guillaume Beatrix of France finished fifth with one penalty, 4.8 seconds back, after falling in the final 1K. Tarjei Boe of Norway with one penalty was sixth, 20.4 seconds back.

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Sat, 20 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

IBU Press Release

As officially announced in late November, the IBU pro-actively decided to re-analyze some samples that showed atypical results in the previous seasons and were therefore stored for potential future analysis. As a result, five samples were reported positive for recombinant EPO from the WADA laboratory.

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Sat, 20 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Kaisa Comeback in Mass Start

Finland's Kaisa Mäkäräinen came from 28.8 seconds back after the first standing stage to capture the women's 12.5K mass start today in 34:18.8. She had two penalties in that standing stage, her only miscues of the day. Second place went to Anais Bescond who shot clean, 7.6 seconds back. Belarusian Nadezhda Skardino finished third, with clean shooting, 15.8 seconds back. Fourth went to sprint winner Gabriela Soukalova of Czech Republic who also shot clean, 24.1 seconds back; she was 1.1 seconds ahead of Ukraine's Valj Semerenko, with one penalty. Italy's Dorothea Wierer finished sixth, with two penalties, 26.8 seconds back.

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Sat, 20 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Be the Best You Can Be…Doping Free Video

The Slovenian Anti-doping Agency was spreading the word about clean sport this past week at Pokljuka. They had a small quiz for athletes and spectators while asking them to pledge to “Be the Best You Can Be…Doping Free.” Our short video takes a quick look at their efforts this week.

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Sat, 20 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Perfection for Svendsen in Pursuit Victory

Norway's Emil Hegle Svendsen had another clean shooting day to seal victory in the men's 12.5K pursuit in 30:43.3. Second went to yesterday's sprint winner Anton Shipulin of Russia with two penalties, 17.8 seconds back. Martin Fourcade of France finished third, with one penalty,59.5 seconds back. Austria's Dominik Landertinger finished fourth, with three penalties, 1:12.9 back, followed by Ondrej Moravec of Czech Republic, with two penalties, 1:14.2 back and Timofey Lapshin of Russia in sixth, with one penalty, 1:15.1 back.

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Fri, 19 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Domracheva Dominates in Pursuit Win

Darya Domracheva of Belarus hit the first nineteen targets today before missing her final shot. Yet she dominated the women's 10K pursuit winning in 29:55. 9. Second went to the Yellow/Red Bib, Kaisa Mäkäräinen, also with one penalty, 10 seconds back. Third went to Ukraine's Valj Semerenko 36.8 seconds back. Italy's Dorothea Wierer finished fourth, with two penalties, 37.2 seconds back. Fifth went to Germany's Laura Dahlmeier, also with one penalty, 1:12.1 back. Belarusian Nadezhda Skardino shot clean to finish sixth, 1;15.7 back.

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Fri, 19 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Norway Wins Obertilliach Mixed Relay

The Norwegian team of Thekla Brun-Lie, Hilde Fenne, Vegard Gjermundshaug, Lars Helge Birkeland won the mixed relay of the last competition day on IBU Cup in Obertilliach. The Norway athletes had 5 spare rounds plus two penalty loops and finished in 1:10:39.83. Germany finished second, 29.7 seconds back while France was 52.6 seconds back in third. Ukraine was fourth, Russia finished fifth and Sweden sixth.

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Fri, 19 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Sprint Win for Anton Shipulin

Russia's Anton Shipulin won his first individual competition of the new season by shooting clean to take the men's 10K sprint in 23:18.6 on a clear, warm afternoon at Pokljuka. Austria's Dominik Landertinger also shot clean in second place, 11.9 seconds back, while Norway's Emil Hegle Svendsen finished 29.9 seconds back, with clean shooting. Fourth went to Martin Fourcade of France who had a single standing penalty, 29.9 seconds back. Fifth went to late starter Evgeniy Garanichev made a run for the podium but eventually finished fifth, 34.1 seconds back. Germany's Simon Schempp shot clean but finished 6th , 36.3 seconds back.

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Thu, 18 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Jouty and Varvynets Win Obertilliach Sprints

Baptiste Jouty of France won his second men's 10K sprint in Obertilliach in 26:02.1, while Iryna Varvynets of Ukraine with early start number 2 won the women's 7.5K in 21:39.2. Both shot clean today. Germany's Florian Graf with bib number 14 started just in front of Jouty in the men's competition. He missed once and crossed the finish line as the leader, but a few seconds later French athlete with start number 15 pushed him to the second place winning by just .3 seconds! Third went to Scott Gow of Canada, shooting clean, just 1.6 seconds back.

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Thu, 18 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Pokljuka 2.5K Course Tour with Anja Erzen

Although there is a limited amount of natural snow on the Pokljuka plateau, through the hard work of many volunteers, the courses are well covered with snow. Conditions for the women’s sprint were excellent and those conditions on the courses should continue today. Slovenia’s Anja Erzen skied the 2.5K loop today for our “Pokljuka 2.5K Course Tour with Anja Erzen."

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Thu, 18 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Beautiful Bled: Gateway to Pokljuka

Bled, Slovenia is a small city in the Julian Alps located on the east shore of crystal clear Lake Bled. Most of the teams competing in the Pokljuka World Cup live in lakeside hotels, enjoying spectacular scenery during their off time. Although Bled does receive some snow; this week it has been bathed in winter sunshine and almost spring-like temperatures. “Beautiful Bled: Gateway to Pokljuka” takes a quick look at the lakeside scenery.

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Thu, 18 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Soukalova Sprints to Victory at Pokljuka

Gabriela Soukalova of Czech Republic claimed her first victory of the new season today with a dominating performance, shooting clean and crossing the finish line in 20:17.3. This put her 18.4 seconds ahead of Dorothea Wierer of Italy who had a single penalty. Ukraine's Valj Semerenko shot clean but finished 24.7 seconds back in third place. Fourth went to Canada's rising star Rosanna Crawford with one penalty, 36.8 seconds back. Russia's Olga Podchufarova short clean but was 38.8 seconds back, while Darya Domracheva of Belarus had two penalties, to finish sixth, just .1 seconds behind the Russian.

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Wed, 17 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Question of the Day: Music You Listen to When Training?

Music is everywhere. For many athletes, music can set the tone for a training day or get them ready for a competition. Everyone has a different taste in music that ranges from rock to classical. See the surprising answers to our Question of the Day video: What Music do you listen to during training?

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Wed, 17 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Pokljuka Editor’s Choice Preview Video

In some ways, this week's BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon 3 is a bit like the movie "Groundhog Day" when everyday is a repeat of the previous one. Snow conditions remain a challenge this week just as in the past 2 weeks of competitions; manmade snow on the tracks, warm conditions, softening the snow, making for tough skiing. Much of Europe remains virtually snowless, with little natural snow anywhere. So once again, the organizers are working with manmade snow and a small amount from a snow depot. Canadian Coach Matthias Ahrens commented, "I must praise the organizers for the work they have done to prepare the tracks under these conditions.

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Tue, 16 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

IBU Press Information

The IBU would like to share updated information in regard to the above mentioned topic. Following the media reports of last week, Gottlieb Taschler informed the IBU on 13 December 2014 that he will temporarily suspend all his current roles within the IBU "in order to protect the sport of biathlon and the good governance of the International Biathlon Union (IBU)".

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Tue, 16 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

IBU Cup Sprints to Baptiste Jouty & Federika Sanfilippo

Federika Sanfilippo of Italy and Baptiste Jouty of France won the women's and men's IBU Cup sprints today in Obertilliach. Both stood atop the podium for the first time in their careers. Sanfilippo shooting clean covered the 7.5K course in 20;40.4m while Jouty with two penalties covered the 10K course in 25:53. The conditions on the second day of competition at IBU Cup 3 were almost perfect; sunny weather, almost no wind and a hard track. Clean shooting wasn't enough to win today; all three men on the podium had penalties. Baptiste Jouty won the men's 10K with two penalties in 25:53.8. Germany's Benedikt Doll, with one penalty had later start, but couldn't surpass Jouty's result, ending up 6.1 seconds back. Third place went to the France's Antonin Guigonnat with two penalties, 15.4 seconds back.

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Tue, 16 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Jean Guillaume Beatrix…Biathlon, Music and Mountains

Olympic Bronze medalist Jean Guillaume Beatrix is a biathlete who chose sports over music. He came to the mountains as a young child and fell in love with skiing. At the same time, his musical talent with the guitar and piano was blossoming. To the benefit of the French team, he chose biathlon where he has flourished.

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Mon, 15 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Kilchytskyy and Bachmann Win at IBU Cup 3

The third IBU Cup in Obertilliach opened with the first individual competitions in the season. Ukrainian Vitaliy Kilchytskyy won the men's 20K with one penalty in 50:12.5, while German veteran Tina Bachmann scored her first win in this season in the women's 15K in 46:56.2 Second place in the men's competition went to Sven Grossegger of Austria. He showed good speed on the tracks but missed twice, finishing 38.5 seconds back. Russia's Petr Pashchenko with the late start number 97 had one penalty and crossed the finish line in third place, 49.1 seconds back. Six nations at the flower ceremony

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Mon, 15 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

IBU Cup 3: Snow Challenge Video

Lack of snow from Scandinavia to Italy has been a challenge for both organizers and athletes this winter so far. Due to a lack of snow the competitions scheduled for IBU Cup 2 In Martell, Italy had to be reassigned to Obertilliach this week and Duszniki Zdrój, Poland next month. At the same time, some teams have revised their training schedules because of poor snow conditions in the places where they normally train. “IBU Cup 3: Snow Challenge” takes a look at the good conditions in Obertilliach, as athletes and organizers comment about their personal snow challenges.

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Sun, 14 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Hochfilzen Editor’s Choice Wrap-up Video

The second week of the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon season had a lot of excitement. Kaisa Mäkäräinen won both the sprint and pursuit to give her three wins in a row and a lock on the Yellow Bib. Martin Fourcade topped his Norwegian rival Emil Hegle Svendsen in both competitions to take back the men’s Yellow Bib. The relays saw two strong teams emerge: the Russian men and the young and surprising German women. The “Hochfilzen Editor’s Choice Wrap-up Video” takes a quick look back at this weekend in Austria.

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Sat, 13 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Perfect Shooting; Pursuit Win for Fourcade

France's Martin Fourcade's perfection on the shooting range brought him the victory in the men's 12.5K pursuit this afternoon in Hochfilzen. His time of 32:53.7 put him 4.1 seconds ahead of Germany's Simon Schempp, who also shot clean. A perfectly timed kick in the final 600 meters allowed Jakov Fak of Slovenia to claim third place, with one penalty, 10.9 seconds back. The sprint winner Johannes Thingnes Boe of Norway had two penalties to finish 16.2 seconds back in fourth. Russia's Anton Shipulin had a single penalty to move from 11th at the start to fifth place, 28.5 seconds back. Tarjei Boe of Norway finished sixth, also with one penalty, 45.1 seconds back.

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Sat, 13 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Wire-to-Wire Win for Kaisa in Pursuit

Kaisa Mäkäräinen of Finland scored a wire-to-wire victory in today's women's 10K pursuit, with none of the other women in the field ever challenging her dominant win. Mäkäräinen completed her Östersund/Hochfilzen hat trick, in 30:44.8 with a single penalty. Second went to Russia's Ekaterina Glazyrina, also with one penalty, 34.4 seconds back. Anais Bescond of France matched the other two women with a single miss to take third, 46.5 seconds back. Olga Podchufarova of Russia, with two penalties was fourth. Fifth went to Canada's Rosanna Crawford, climbing 29 spots from the start to a World Cup personal best 5th place finish, 53.4 seconds back with one penalty. Karin Oberhofer of Italy finished sixth, with three penalties, 55.4 seconds back.

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Sat, 13 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Shipulin Leads Russia to Relay Victory

Russia's Anton Shipulin dropped ten targets in ten shots to seal the victory for his teammates Maxim Tsvetkov, Timofey Lapshin and Dmitry Malyshko in the men's 4 X 7.5K relay today. The Russian men finishing in 1:16:14.8 used a single spare round in their victory. France finished 20.2 seconds back to take second place while Norway was 27.9 seconds back in third. The home team Austria finished fourth while Germany was fifth and Canada sixth.

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Fri, 12 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Germany Wins Women’s Relay

The German quartet of Luise Kummer, Franziska Hildebrand, Vanessa Hinz and Franziska Preuss won the women's 4 X 6K relay today, after taking the lead at the final standing stage. The German women had eight spare rounds to win in 1:11:40.4, with Belarus 21.1 seconds back with 10 spare rounds, and Czech Republic in third, 22.2 seconds back, with 9 spare rounds. Italy, Norway and Poland rounded out the top six in that order.

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Fri, 12 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

IBU Press Release

This morning Gottlieb TASCHLER sent a personal written statement to the IBU Executive Board, which states the following:

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Fri, 12 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Perfect Sprint Win for Johannes Boe

Norway's Johannes Thingnes Boe was perfect in a wire-to-wire win in today's men's 10K sprint in Hochfilzen. His clean shooting and superb skiing brought him a 24:34.9 victory, 14.3 seconds ahead of Germany's Simon Schempp. Third went to Schempp's teammate Andi Birnbacher was 3.6 seconds farther back. Both Germans shot clean. Local hero Dominik Landertinger also shot clean, but finished 22.5 seconds behind Boe. Slovenia's Jakov Fak had a single penalty, 22.9 seconds back in fifth, while the winner's older brother Tarjei was sixth, 26.7 seconds back with a perfect record on the shooting range.

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Thu, 11 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Two in a Row; Mäkäräinen Wins Sprint

Finland's Kaisa Mäkäräinen made it two wins in a row, taking the 7.5K sprint today in Hochfilzen to go with her pursuit victory last Sunday in Östersund. Mäkäräinen overcame a prone penalty with a fast final loop to claim the win in 20:55.6. She finished 10.45 seconds ahead of Italy's Karin Oberhofer, who shot clean. Oberhofer’s second place was a personal best; her previous best was 4th place in the Olympic Sprint at Sochi. Third went to Norway's Tiril Eckhoff, also with one penalty, 29.9 seconds back. Olga Podchufarova of Russia finished fourth, also with one penalty, 31.2 seconds back. Fifth went to Germany's Franziska Hildebrand, with one penalty, 36.9 seconds back. Her teammate Vanessa Hinz shot clean to finish in a personal best sixth place38.4 seconds back.

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Thu, 11 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Hochfilzen Editor’s Choice Preview

A small amount of fresh snow arrived in Hochfilzen on Thursday, making the stadium and surrounding forests look more wintery. That snow changed the conditions for the competitions today and over the weekend. "Hochfilzen Editor's Choice Preview" takes a look at the skiing and shooting range conditions that the athletes will face all weekend.

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Thu, 11 Dec 2014 23:00:00 +0000

IBU Press Release

The fight against doping and the protection of clean athletes is a top priority for the IBU. IBU is aware of the latest media reports regarding IBU Vice-President Gottlieb Taschler and his son. In the light of these reports, we will gather further facts to fully clarify the situation. At this stage we are not able to comment further, but will come back to you as soon as we have additional information

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