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Dernières nouvelles de l'Union Internationale de Biathlon (IBU)


New Coaching Staffs in Russia

Just a year after installing new coaches for their World Cup teams, the board of the Russian Biathlon Union in consultation with the Ministry of Sport announced a new line-up for the coming season focusing on young coaches.

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Tue, 14 Apr 2015 22:00:00 +0000

Season Wrap-up with Martin and Dasha

The 2014-15 BMW IBU World Cup season ended today in Khanty Mansiysk, with Martin Fourcade and Darya Domracheva winning the big crystal globes signifying the World Cup Total Score title. Our “Season Wrap-up with Martin and Dasha” takes a quick look at these final competitions and the big winners at the end of the season.

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Mon, 23 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

What’s In Your Bag?

This morning, just hours after the season-ending awards and party the whole biathlon World Cup circuit packed up and headed back to central Europe and Scandinavia from Khanty Mansiysk. It took four passenger charter flights and two huge cargo planes to get everyone and their equipment back home. If you ever wonder what some athletes carry on their winter-long odyssey, watch our final short video of the season to find out “What’s In Your Bag?”

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Sun, 22 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Laura Dahlmeier Wins Mass Start

Germany’s Laura Dahlmeier won the final competition of the 2014-15 season taking the women’s mass start in 35:08.2 today with clean shooting. Second went to Gabriela Soukalova of Czech Republic, also shooting clean, 7.1 seconds back. Marie Dorin Habert, two-time World Champion finished third, with two penalties, 19.9 seconds back. Darya Domracheva of Belarus wearing the Yellow Bib sealed her first-ever World Cup Total Score title in fourth place, with two penalties, 28.9 seconds back. Fifth went to Italy’s Karin Oberhofer, with two penalties, 32 seconds back, while Franziska Preuss of Germany was sixth, with two penalties, 37.4 seconds back. Preuss wont the mass start discipline globe for the season.

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Sat, 21 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

End of Season Mass Start to Jakov Fak

Slovenia’s Jakov Fak won the final mass start of the season today with clean shooting in 38:09.8. Second place went to local hero Anton Shipulin, with two penalties, 10.3 seconds back while Norway’s Tarjei Boe finished third, with one penalty, 12.5 seconds back. Fourcade Wins Total Score Despite finishing 20th today. Martin Fourcade won the World Cup Total Score for the fourth time. Simon Fourcade of France finished fourth, with two penalties, 32.5 seconds back with Austria’s Simon Eder, also with two penalties in fifth, 35.2 seconds back. Jean Guillaume Beatrix of France finished sixth, with one penalty, 36.2 seconds back.

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Sat, 21 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Domracheva Comes Back to Win Pursuit

Darya Domracheva of Belarus overcame a second prone stage penalty to win the women’s pursuit this evening, in 28:14.4, with one penalty. Laura Dahlmeier of Germany finished second, shooting clean, 15,7 seconds back, while her teammate Franziska Preuss was third, also shooting clean,. 15.9 seconds back. Kaisa Mäkäräinen of Finland finished fourth, with three penalties, 1:01.8 back. Her fourth place gave the Finn just enough points to claim the pursuit discipline globe by one point over Domracheva. Fifth place went to Veronika Vitkova of Czech Republic, also with three penalties, 1:16.3 back. Valja Semerenko of Ukraine finished sixth, with one penalty, 1:24.8 back.

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Fri, 20 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

First Career Victory for Nathan Smith

Canada’s Nathan Smith won the men’s pursuit today in 32:04.9, with a single penalty giving him his first ever World Cup victory. This topped his second place Silver medal in last week’s IBU World Championships. Benedikt Doll of Germany had his second career podium in second place, with two penalties, 24 seconds back. Russia’s Anton Shipulin in a sprint through the final 200 meters took third place, with four penalties, 35.7 seconds back. Just behind Shipulin in fourth was Martin Fourcade, 40.3 seconds back also with four penalties. His fourth place sealed the World Cup total Score title for the fourth year in a row and also gave him the pursuit title. Fifth place went to Germany’s Daniel Boehm with two penalties, 49.2 seconds back, while his teammate Arnd Peiffer finished sixth, with three penalties, 58.1 seconds back.

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Fri, 20 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Bjorn, Sumi, and Marie Laure…On the Air

Last season was a typical Olympic year with many biathletes ending their careers after this quadrennial spectacle. Among those stepping away from active competition were three Olympic medalists: Bjorn Ferry, Christoph Sumann, and Marie Laure Brunet. This season, all three are embarking on new careers that include working as color commentators for World Cup Biathlon broadcasts for their home countries of Sweden, Austria and France. See how these biathlon stars adapted to their new profession in “Bjorn, Sumi, and Marie Laure…On the Air.”

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Fri, 20 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Kaisa Captures Khanty Sprint

Kaisa Mäkäräinen of Finland won the final women's sprint of the season this evening, gaining more than 12 seconds in the final loop to win in 19:49.1 with a single penalty. Germany's Laura Dahlmeier finished second, also with one penalty, 14.2 seconds back. Darya Domracheva of Belarus wearing the Yellow Bib finished third, with two penalties, 15.5 seconds back. Veronika Vitkova of Czech Republic finished fourth, with one penalty, 18 seconds back with Italy's Dorothea Wierer in fifth place 32.5 seconds back with one penalty. Dahlmeier's Teammate Franziska Preuss finished sixth, with one penalty, 34.3 seconds back.

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Thu, 19 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Fourcade Wins for 8th Time this Season

Martin Fourcade of France shot clean and scored his eighth win of the season in 23:47 this evening. Second place went to local favorite Anton Shipulin of Russia, also shooting clean but 13 seconds back. Benedikt Doll of Germany had the first podium of his career in third place, with one penalty, 18.3 seconds back. Andrejs Rastorgujevs of Latvia also shot lean but finished fourth, 18.6 seconds back, with World Championships Silver medalist Nathan Smith of Canada fifth with one penalty, 34 seconds back. Arnd Peiffer of Germany finished sixth, with two penalties, 34.4 seconds back.

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Wed, 18 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Khanty Preview: Kaisa, Katja, Kasperovich, and Mazet

The battle for the Yellow Bib and the Crystal Globe that goes to the winners of the World Cup Total Score ends this weekend at the World Cup final here in Khanty Mansiysk, Russia.

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Wed, 18 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

2015 Khanty Mansiysk Opening Ceremonies

The World Cup final in Khanty Mansiysk is always marked by a spectacular Opening Ceremonies. This year was no exception, with the one-hour show held in the comfortable climes of the new tennis center. Lights, dancers, culture, athletes and speeches are all a part of our compilation of the best moments from the “2015 Khanty Mansiysk Opening Ceremonies.”

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Wed, 18 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Khanty Mansiysk Course Tour with Katja Yurlova

The final video course tour of the season features a newly crowned World Champion, Ekaterina Yurlova, the only Russian athlete to win a Gold medal in Kontiolahti.

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Tue, 17 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

The Home Stretch in Khanty Mansiysk

The teams on the final flight from Joensuu to Khanty Mansiysk arrived at their hotels just before midnight, signaling the end to the IBU World Championships and the beginning of the last week of World Cup competition. This is the home stretch of the 2014-15 BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon season; four competition days and it will be over. All of the crystal globes that have not yet been decided will be determined in this week's sprint/pursuit/mass start schedule.

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Mon, 16 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Editor’s Choice World Championships Wrap-up

These 2015 IBU World Championships were full of drama and surprises, with some of the biggest names in the sport missing the podium. At the same time, surprise medalists include names like Ekaterina Yurlova, Erik Lesser, Weronika Nowakowska-Ziemniak, and Nathan Smith. Then there was Tarjei Boe with five medals, Marie Dorin Habert with four medals, and the German men and women taking both of the regular relays. Our “Editor’s Choice World Championships Wrap-up” is a quick overview of all of the action this past week.

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Sat, 14 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Jakov Fak Sprints to Mass Start Gold Medal

Jakov Fak of Slovenia broke away from the field in the final kilometer and held on to win his second World Championship title in his career, winning the men's mass start in 36:24.9, with one penalty. Ondrej Moravec of Czech Republic won his third medal of these Championships, claiming Silver, 1 second back with one penalty. The Bronze medal went to Tarjei Boe of Norway; 3.7 seconds back also with one penalty. This medal was the fifth for the Norwegian. Ole Einar Björndalen of Norway finished fourth, shooting clean but 10.2 seconds back. Moravec's teammate Michal Slesingr was fifth, with three penalties, 18.4 seconds back while Boe's younger brother Johannes was sixth, with two penalties, 18.7 seconds back.

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Sat, 14 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Mass Start Gold for Valja Semerenko

Ukraine's Valja Semerenko won her first individual World Championship title, claiming the women's 12.5K mass start with clean shooting in 34:32.9. The Silver medal went to Germany's Franziska Preuss, with one penalty. Karin Oberhofer of Italy won the Bronze medal, the first individual medal of her career, with two penalties, 12.6 seconds back. Yellow Bib Darya Domracheva of Belarus finished fourth, with two penalties, 14.7 seconds back while Gabriela Soukalova of Czech Republic finished fifth,, with one penalty, 26.2 seconds back. Germany's Franziska Hildebrand finished sixth, with clean shooting, 31.7 seconds back. Spectacular conditions with no wind and lots of sun as the 30 women started the women's mass start.

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Sat, 14 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Germany Men Take Relay, Matching the Women

The German men's team of Erik Lesser, Daniel Boehm, Arnd Peiffer and Simon Schempp matched their female counterparts who won the women's relay yesterday, by winning the Gold medal today in 1:13:49.5 with three spares. Norway won the Silver medal with six spares, 15.4 seconds back. France won the Bronze medal, with four spares, 33.6 seconds back. Fourth place went to Russia with Austria in fifth and Czech Republic in sixth.

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Fri, 13 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Wax Trucks…Fast Skis and Medals

Four of the top medal-winning nations at these 2015 IBU World Championships are preparing their skis not in a small wax cabin but in their own wax truck. These trucks have only been around for a few years, yet have become very important for the nations lucky enough to have one of these mobile wax rooms. Our video “Wax Trucks…Fast Skis and Medals” medal-winning biathletes and wax techs discuss the value of the wax truck.

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Fri, 13 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

German Women: Golden in Relay

The German women's relay team of Franziska Hildebrand, Franziska Preuss, Vanessa Hinz and Laura Dahlmeier won the Gold medal in the women's relay this evening, with six spare rounds in 1:11:54.6. The Silver medal went to France, with one penalty and nine spares, 1:00.3 back while Italy claimed the Bronze medal, with nine spares, 1:06.1 back. Russia finished fourth, followed by Norway and Ukraine.

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Thu, 12 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

The Magic behind the Targets

The shooting range here in Kontiolahti has 30 targets like every other range on the BWW IBU World Cup Biathlon circuit. These 30 targets are very close to home as they were produced just 30 km from here by the family-owned Suomen Biathlon Oy. The Kurvinen family started building mechanical biathlon targets way back in 1979 and now equips biathlon ranges around the world with either mechanical of electronic versions. Our Video “The Magic behind the Targets” explores how these targets work and offers insight into what the athlete sees when he looks at them from 50 meters away.

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Thu, 12 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Martin Fourcade…Lucky with Life & Lunch at Chez Martin

Last night, multiple Olympic and World Champion Martin Fourcade won his sixth individual World Championship title. This past summer, relaxing at his home in the mountain village of Villard de Lans, France he reflected on his career, goals and life in this wide-ranging biographical interview video, "Martin Fourcade...Lucky with the Life I Have." He also showed off his cooking skills in a second video from this summer, “Lunch at Chez Martin.”

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Thu, 12 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Gold in 20K for Martin Fourcade

Martin Fourcade of France took the lead after the final standing stage in the men's 20K individual this evening to win the Gold medal in 47:29.4, with a single penalty. The Silver medal went to Norway's Emil Hegle Svendsen, who shot clean but finished 20.9 seconds back. Ondrej Moravec of Czech Republic won his second medal of these Championships, claiming the Bronze, 40.5 seconds back with one penalty. Moravec won a Gold medal in the mixed relay last week. Fourcade's brother Simon finished fourth, shooting clean but 45.7 seconds back. Fifth place went to Sergey Semenov of Ukraine, with one penalty, 56 seconds back. Sixth went to Norway's Ole Einar Björndalen, with one penalty, 1:12.1 back.

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Wed, 11 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Breakfast for Biathletes is…

Everyone kick starts their day differently, but for top biathletes, it always breakfast and that one special thing that gets the day off to a perfect start. The results of our quick survey one morning this week are in “Breakfast for Biathletes is…”

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Wed, 11 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Yurlova Stuns Field; Wins 15K Gold

Ekaterina Yurlova of Russia stunned the big stars of biathlon by starting near the end of the competition, shooting clean and winning Gold in the women's 15K individual in 41:33.2. It was her first podium and first victory in the 30-year-old's career. Her previous best was a fifth place in the Pokljuka mass start in the 2012-13 season. The Silver medal went to Gabriela Soukalova of Czech Republic, with one penalty, 23.2 seconds back. Local hero Kaisa Mäkäräinen claimed Bronze, with two penalties, 24.4 seconds back. Dorothea Wierer of Italy finished fourth, with one penalty, 24.8seconds back, while Daria Virolaynen of Russia finished fifth, with one penalty, 37.9 seconds back. Laura Dahlmeier of Germany finished sixth, with two penalties, 40.5 seconds back.

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Tue, 10 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Summer Afternoon in Minsk with Dasha

One of the favorites in today’s women’s 15K individual is Darya Domracheva, whose home is in Minsk, Belarus. Although she does not spend as much time at home as she would like, Domracheva truly enjoys being in this city of 2 million people. On a clear September afternoon, the triple Olympic Champion drives around the city, does a little skating, and talks about her life in our video, “Summer Afternoon in Minsk with Dasha.”

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Tue, 10 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Postcard from Kontiolahti

This year's IBU World Championships are being held in an area well known for outdoor winter activities: Kontiolahti in Finland's North Karelia region. It lies 440 km northeast of Helsinki in an area dotted with lakes and tall pine forests.

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Mon, 09 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

What Do You Do on Race Day?

Every athlete has their own plan to prepare for a competition; some run or bike, some sleep. Take a quick look at what athletes like Darya Domracheva, Simon Fourcade and Arnd Peiffer do to get ready for a World Championships competition in “What Do You Do on Race Day?”

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Sun, 08 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Marie Dorin Habert: “Baby on Board” and “At Home” Video

Probably the biggest surprise of these 2015 IBU World Championships so far is the two victories of France’s Marie Dorin Habert. About a year ago, she announced that she was pregnant with her first child. Daughter Adele was born in late September. The new mother was back at the shooting range shortly after. She returned to competition at Oberhof and now is a double World Champion. Last June, Biathlonworld TV caught up with her at a training camp and a few days later at her home in Villard de Lans. Our video “Marie Dorin Habert: Baby on Board!” is about her training while pregnant. The second video “At Home…with Marie Dorin Habert” is a biographical piece where she talks about her early days in biathlon and her long-term goals. Dorin Habert’s road to Gold is definitely a unique story in our sport!

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Sun, 08 Mar 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Pursuit Win Means Double Gold for Marie

Marie Dorin Habert who had her first ever career victory in last night's World Championship sprint doubled up her win total today by winning the women's 10K pursuit title. She led from wire-to-wire and won the Gold medal in 30:07.5 with three penalties. The Silver medal went to Germany's Laura Dahlmeier, with two penalties, 15.3 seconds back. Weronika Nowakowska-Ziemniak won her second medal of the week, taking Bronze, with three penalties, 31.6 seconds back. Clean-shooting Ekaterina Shumilova of Russia finished fourth, 48.6 seconds back. Fifth went to Gabriela Soukalova of Czech Republic, with one penalty, 58 seconds back. Franziska Hildebrand of Germany finished sixth, with two penalties, 1 minute back. Yellow Bib wearing Darya Domracheva of Belarus finished seventh, with two penalties, 1:04.5 back. The women had similar conditions to the men, which made shooting much easier than in the sprint

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