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


Varcin Scores First Senior Win with IBU OECH Gold

Coline Varcin of France needed 20:26.4 to claim her first career win with an IBU OECH sprint title. Varcin was just 17th in the individual competition with seven penalties, but today due to perfect shooting she had her personal best. Weronika Nowakowska-Ziemniak of Poland had a standing penalty to finish second, 9.7 seconds behind. She was disappointed because of that penalty, but still happy to be on the podium. Russia's Ekaterina Shumilova was fourth after standing but was really strong on the last loop and finished third, losing by just .4 seconds to Nowakowska-Ziemniak. The weather conditions did not change a lot for the fourth competition day and stayed almost the same with the temperature around +1C. The wind wasn't so strong as it was during the Individual, but nevertheless again, it became a deciding factor in distribution of medals, bringing the new surprising winner a Gold medal.

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Fri, 30 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Merkushyna and Claude Wins IBU OECH Junior Sprints

Anastasiya Merkushyna of Ukraine and Fabien Claude of France won the Gold medals, both with clean shooting in today's junior sprints at the IBU OECH. Merkushyna who had an IBU Cup podium and competed on the World Cup circuit this season won her title in 21:56.3. Claude, Fabien Claude of France claimed his first victory in the season in the junior men's 10K in 24:26.4. The third day of competitions at the IBU Open European Championships in cloudy Otepää brought less wind and more clean shooting in both competitions.

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Thu, 29 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Volkov and Piscoran Win IBU OECH Gold

On a very windy day, Russia's Olympic Champion Alexey Volkov and Luminita Piscoran of Romania won Gold medals in the 20K and 15K individual competitions. Volkov with his first individual podium of the season had two penalties in the last standing stage but still won in 53:23.2. Earlier in the day, Luminita Piscoran of Romania with a personal best result personal best today, won her Gold medal with 5 penalties in 51:15.7. It was not just the first individual medal for Piscoran, but the first podium ever for Romania at the IBU OECH.

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Wed, 28 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

IBU OECH Opens: Slivko and Begue First Champions

Yesterday evening the Open European Championships in Otepää, Estonia kicked off with an official opening ceremony. Today on a cloudy and windy day, the juniors competed for the first medals in their individual competitions. Victoria Slivko of Russia and Aristide Begue claimed the first Gold medals winning the junior women and men's titles. Slivko had a single penalty, winning the 12.5K in 38:41.1. Later in the day, Begue was one of two junior men to shoot clean, taking his title in 39:522.1.

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Tue, 27 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

OECH Starts in Snowy Otepää

The Open European Championships in Otepaa, Estonia will open with junior individual competitions tomorrow. 33 nations registered here will participate in 15 competitions over 7 days; 122 men, 86 women, 82 junior men and 69 junior women will try to show their best on the tracks and on the shooting range to compete for the medals.

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Mon, 26 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Antholz Wrap-up with Dasha and Simon

This final World Cup in January was marked by a few things: sunshine, Darya Domracheva, Simon Schempp and windy relays. Domracheva and Schempp were the big winners, taking the sprint/pursuit double which gave each of them a hat trick when last week's mass start is added in. The sun was out for every competition day; a rarity this season. However the weekend ended with storm-force winds bringing the women's relay to a halt on several occasions before Germany prevailed, as the Norwegian men did in the morning.

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Sat, 24 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Germany Takes Wind-Blown Relay

Despite gale-force winds that made shooting a lottery at times, the German team of Franziska Hildebrand, Franziska Preuss, Luise Kummer and Laura Dahlmeier won the women's relay with two penalties and ten spare rounds in 1:18:47.9. Czech Republic with no penalties, but 15 spares finished 35 seconds back in second place with Ukraine in third , 45.3 seconds back with a three penalties and fourteen spares. Russia finished fourth, with France fifth and Belarus in sixth.

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Sat, 24 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Norway Wins Antholz Relay

Norway's team of Ole Einar Björndalen, Tarjei Boe, Johannes Thingnes Boe, and Emil Hegle Svendsen used just five spare rounds on a windy morning to claim the men's relay in 1:15:36.7. Second went to Germany, with seven spare rounds, 16.4 seconds back, while France claimed third, with five spare rounds, 42 seconds back. Austria finished fourth, with Russia in fifth, and Czech Republic in sixth place.

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Sat, 24 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Domracheva Runs Away with Pursuit Victory

Darya Domracheva of Belarus gave no other woman a chance today in claiming her hat trick of three wins in a row, winning the women's pursuit in 30:58.5, with one penalty. She led from start to finish and was never challenged. Daria Virolaynen of Russia, with one penalty finished second, 1:21back. Third went to Kaisa Mäkäräinen of Finland with five penalties, 1:29 back. Franziska Hildebrand finished fourth, with five penalties, 1:29.3 back, with France's Marie Dorin Habert in fifth, with two penalties, 1:38 back. Susan Dunklee of the USA finished sixth, with one penalty 1:14.8 back.

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Fri, 23 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Schempp Sprints to Pursuit Victory

Germany's Simon Schempp scored a hat trick today by claiming the men's pursuit for his third win in a row over two weeks. Schempp came back from two penalties in the prone stages to win in 31:27.9, just .1seconds over Austrian Simon Eder, with one penalty. Third went to Russia's Evgeniy Garanichev with one penalty, 1.1 seconds back. Missing the podium in the final sprint was Norway's Ole Einar Björndalen, who shot clean, 1.9 seconds back. Fifth went to the Yellow Bib Martin Fourcade who moved from 25th position at the start with clean shooting, 31,9 seconds back Germany's Erik Lesser finished sixth, also shooting clean, 45.6 seconds back.

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Fri, 23 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Postcard from Antholz

The Antholz Valley in the heart of the South Tyrol is a mixture of cultures; Italian, Austrian in an area of spectacular mountain and valley settings. This cultural crossroads all comes together in the great party/sports week during the Antholz World Cup. Our “Postcard from Antholz” offers a quick peek at this unique area and its culture.

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Fri, 23 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Pizza Time with Doro, Nadezhda and Luki

The most universally known and loved Italian dish today is surely pizza. It comes in many variations, but the basics are the same; crust and toppings, baked in an oven. During this week in Antholz, what would more appropriate than getting a couple of the Italian Biathletes to show how pizza is made in the South Tyrol. Then add in a Belarusian with Italian heritage and see how much fun three athletes can have making a pizza from scratch at Dorothea Wierer's home in Rasun.

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Fri, 23 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Dasha Dashes to Dominating Sprint Win

Darya Domracheva of Belarus overpowered the field today in the women's sprint by shooting clean and leaving her closest rival Finland's Kaisa Mäkäräinen 26.9 seconds behind the winning time of 19:57.8. This was Domracheva's second win in a row after capturing the mass start last Sunday in Ruhpolding, the same as men's sprint winner Simon Schempp. Mäkäräinen had a single penalty in standing. Third place went to Germany's Laura Dahlmeier who shot clean but was 50.4 seconds back. This was the first individual podium of her World Cup career. Jana Gerekova of Slovakia was fourth, also with clean shooting, 55.2 seconds back. Local favorite, Karin Oberhofer of Italy finished fifth, with one penalty, 57.5 seconds back while Dahlmeier's teammate Franziska Hildebrand, with one penalty was sixth, 1:01.2 back.

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Thu, 22 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Biathlonworld and Social Media

Everyone knows that Biathlonworld has a Facebook account. But this is not all there on our social media platform. Every day our team posts, tweets, shares photos and information on our official Twitter and Instagram accounts. This is a great opportunity to be part of the Biathlonworld daily! Go to www.twitter.com and follow @biathlonworld. On Instagram, our account is Biathlonworld14.

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Wed, 21 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Schempp Soars to Antholz Sprint Win

Germany's Simon Schempp continued his hot streak of excellent competitions today by taking the men's sprint in23:18.8 with clean shooting. The win was his second in a row and fourth podium in the last four competitions. Russia's Evgeniy Garanichev finished second, also shooting clean, 14 seconds back. Slovenia's Jakov Fak finished third, with one penalty, 20.1 seconds back. Switzerland's Benjamin Weger finished fourth, with one penalty, 20.9 seconds back, while Canadian Brendan Green shot clean to finish fifth, 24.4 seconds back. Sixth went to Norway's Henrik L'Abee-Lund who shot clean, 33.2 seconds back. Martin Fourcade wearing the Yellow Bib finished 25th, with two penalties, 1:19.8 back.

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Wed, 21 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Antholz Editor’s Choice Preview with Arnd Peiffer

Over the years, some teams have performed better than others in the rarified air of Antholz. The German team is among those who have a history of good results here, including World Championships by Magdalena Neuner, Simon Schempp's first career win last year and several podiums by Arnd Peiffer.

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Wed, 21 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Antholz Course Tour with Dominik Windisch

This week in Antholz will surely present the best track conditions of the whole season for the four days of competition. There is plenty of natural snow on the perfectly prepared tracks with temperatures expected to stay below freezing through the weekend. Local resident and Olympic Bronze medalist took a quick tour of the tracks today in our video, "Antholz Course Tour with Dominik Windisch." These four competition days are will put a cap on the second group of World Cups this January. After this weekend, the World Cup circuit will take a short break before restarting in Nove Mesto na Morave, Czech Republic on February 6.

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Tue, 20 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Sunshine, Mountains and Snow in Antholz

Five World Cups into the 2014-15 season and finally...at BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon 6, the athletes at training this morning stepped into winter. The tracks, meadows, trees in the forest, and mountaintops surrounding the Antholz Biathlon stadium are well-covered with snow; the temperature is below freezing and expected to stay there all week. Add in the great backdrop of the Dolomites and the sunshine here and the stage is set for great competition conditions. For the first time this season, the athletes will not come to the stadium anytime this week, wondering what the weather lottery will throw at them this time.

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Mon, 19 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Afternoon Elegance with Kaisa, Dasha and Friends

Just before the holidays, a dozen top athletes spent most of an afternoon shooting photos for the annual IBU Photo Calendar. This year the theme was "Shining Stars."Accordingly, the athletes were dressed to the nines, as if going out for an elegant evening on the town.

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Sun, 18 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Editor’s Choice Wrap-up with Dasha and Simon

This past week in Ruhpolding has been full of memorable moments from the Norwegian Men's Relay and Johannes Boe's and Fanny Horn's sprint wins to Simon Schempp's hometown in the mass start and Darya Domracheva's comeback win in the mass start plus two other podoiums. Here is a quick recap of this just completed World Cup, Now it is on to Antholz!

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Sat, 17 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Schempp Wins Photo-Finish Mass Start

Simon Schempp of Germany ended up tumbling at the finish of the mass start today, but came out the winner in a three-man photo finish, claiming the victory in 35:42.8. Second went to Quentin Fillon Maillet of France and third to Michal Slesingr of Czech Republic, all with the same time as well as with clean shooting. Emil Hegle Svendsen of Norway finished fourth, with one penalty, 2 seconds back, with teammate Ole Einar Björndalen also with one penalty, was 2.6 seconds back. Russia's Anton Shipulin was sixth, with two penalties, 7.8 seconds back. Martin Fourcade with the Yellow Bib finished 21st with four penalties, 1:19.8 back.

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Sat, 17 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Germany Wins Mixed Relay in Ridnaun

The German team of Annika Knoll, Karolin Horchler, Johannes Kuehn and Christoph Stephan won the last competition at IBU Cup 5 in Ridnaun in 1:26:39.0. The battle for the first place continued until the finish line between German and French athletes, but Christoph Stephan showed pretty good speed on the last loop and overtook Antonin Guigonnat on the finish line, winning just by .4 seconds. Both Germany and France used 9 spares. Russia finished third, using 11 spare rounds plus 2 penalty loops, 1:12.2 minutes behind. Norway was fourth, Ukraine finished fifth and sixth place went to Czech Republic.

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Sat, 17 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Another Mass Start Comeback for Domracheva

Belarusian Darya Domracheva pulled off another of her classic comebacks to win the women's mass start today with three penalties, in 35:17.5. After penalties in the first prone and first standing, she fell back to the middle of the pack before regaining the lead and eventually the victory. Second went to Germany's Franziska Preuss, with two penalties, 16.5 seconds back, while Veronika Vitkova of Czech Republic finished third, with three penalties, 22.9nseocnds back. Valja Semerenko of Ukraine, also with two penalties finished fourth, 23.3 seconds back. Fifth went to France's Anais Bescond, with one penalty, 24.2 seconds back, while Weronika Nowakowska Ziemniak of Poland finished sixth, with one penalty, 33 seconds back. Kaisa Mäkäräinen in the Yellow Bib finished seventh, with four penalties, 40.6 seconds back.

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Sat, 17 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Johannes Thingnes Boe Buries Sprint Field

Norway's Johannes Thingnes Boe buried the men's sprint field today, claiming a clean-shooting victory in 23:59.2, 24.5 seconds ahead of Germany's Simon Schempp, who also shot clean. The young Norwegian led from start to finish. Third went to Schempp's teammate Arnd Peiffer, with one penalty, 57.5 seconds back. The next three men all had a single penalty, with fourth going to Russia's Anton Shipulin, 1:04 back; fifth to Latvia's Andrejs Rastorgujevs, 1:05.9 back and sixth to another German Benedikt Doll, 1:06.7 back. The Yellow/Red Bib Martin Fourcade finished with two penalties in 25th place.

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Fri, 16 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Making Moves: Behind the Green Screen

Television viewers worldwide are seeing something in the biathlon broadcasts new since the sprint competition last week in Oberhof; athlete photos in the right corner of the screen. These new graphics with the athletes in non-competition clothing pop-up each time an athlete’s name is introduced.

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Fri, 16 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Birkeland and Gössner Win Pursuits in Ridnaun

Finally the first pursuit on IBU Cup this season was held today. The pursuits in Duszniki Zdrój were canceled due to the bad tracks condition and luck of snow, but here the weather made a new surprise; too much heavy snow! Norwegian Lars Helge Birkeland, with perfect shooting scored his first personal win this season in the men's pursuit in 40:12.4. In the afternoon, Germany's Miriam Gössner added to her winning streak by claiming the women's pursuit in 34:28.5, with five penalties.

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Fri, 16 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

First Career Win for Fanny Horn in Sprint

Norway's Fanny Welle-Strand Horn won for the first time in her World Cup career by taking the women's 7.5K sprint in 21:07.4. She finished 3.4 seconds ahead of Belarusian Darya Domracheva. Both women shot clean. Third went to Horn's teammate Tiril Eckhoff, with one penalty, 9.3 seconds back. Valja Semerenko of Ukraine shot clean in fourth, 21 seconds back. Mari Laukkanen of Finland had a single penalty in fifth place, 22.7 seconds back. Clean-shooting Franziska Hildebrand of Germany finished sixth, 28.6 seconds back.

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Thu, 15 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Slepov and Gössner Win in Ridnaun

The weather brings a lot of surprises this season. As in Oberhof and Ruhpolding, everything has changed in Ridnaun just in one day; sun and blue skies on training day were changed by snow and fog during competitions. 133 men competed today, trying to claim the victory. Alexey Slepov of Russia won the men's sprint at IBU Cup 5 in Ridnaun in 28:18.0, while Miriam Gössner of Germany scored her second sprint victory in a row in 23:51.7 with one penalty.

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Thu, 15 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Postcard from Ruhpolding

Ruhpolding is a small Bavarian Village tucked in a valley southeast of Munich. Most of the year, life goes on as it has for countless years; cows grazing in the fields, friends greeting each other as they pass on the small main street.

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Thu, 15 Jan 2015 23:00:00 +0000

IBU Press Release

The Anti-Doping Hearing Panel of the International Biathlon Union (IBU) announced the following decision on 15th of January 2015: 1. The athlete Mr. Edgars PIKSONS (LAT) is ineligible to compete for a period of two years, commencing from October 28, 2014. 2. All competition results of Mr. Edgars PIKSONS obtained from the date of the sample was collected (September 22, 2014) are disqualified with all of the resulting consequences.

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