In the races of the Norwegian triumphs, the Slovaks closed the tenth

NEW CITY OF MORAVE. In the Saturday races of the 4×7.5 km male races at the biathlon world championships in New Town in Moravia, Nori won the Ole Einar Björndalen, Henrik L’Abee Lund, Tarjei Bö and Emil Hegle Svendsen. The French won the silver, and the Germans fought the bronze. Slovaks Dušan Šimočko, Pavol Hurajt, Matej Kazar and Miroslav Matiaško finished in 10th place, for the winning Norwegians they lagged for almost three and a half minutes.

The first section was traditionally a small chess game, they preferred to keep each other, waiting for the opponent’s mistake. Nearly ideal weather conditions did not cause any problems on the firing range, the field was not shaken.Dusan Šimočko, who was running the Slovak relay, needed just one spare shot to shoot at the light, handed Pavel Hurajt to the 13th position with a 52-second distance behind the front of the pellet.

At the beginning of the second section, a five-member group was formed at the head, including Germans, Austrians, Norwegians, Russians and Czechs. In front of the nearest runners, they made a very fast 20-second lead. Ondřej Moravec, who detained two reloads, fell out of the game. Only Nori and the Germans remained at the top of the stand. Hurajt needed one and two spare cartridges at a glance.His distance to the best kept growing, but he moved the bar above, handing it over to the twelfth.

Nori and the Germans have made a chance, trying to miss the rest of the field, but the outstanding Russian Rus Yevgeny Garanitev reached them before the first shooting on the third section. Nor Tarjei Bö had to recharge it, unlike the other two confetti, but soon he was back with them in the leadership trio. The stand was best managed by Bö, eight seconds behind him was the Nemec Arnd Peiffer, Garanic scored eight goals and had to go to two penal circuits. The Austrians got the third position at that moment. Bo put his fastest pace in his last lap and handed it 16.6 seconds earlier than at that time running second in the Germans.The Slovakian Matej Kazar confirmed his great beggar bean. He was reloaded twice, on the stand once, but he handed it to the finisher Miroslav Matiašek as the seventh.

To the last place sold out, the Vysočina arena saw the spectacular performance of Nobel Emil Hegle Svendsen, who made his team a huge lead to the fourth relay triumph in the World Series. Björndalen, who was running the Viking Championship, won his 19th gold medal in a career, Svendsen eleven, of which fourth in the World Championships.Silver Fourcade Simon Fourcade, Jean Guillaume Beatrix, Alexis Boeuf, Martin Fourcade were 1: 12.8 min, the bronze Germans in the group Simon Schemp, Andreas Birnbacher, Arnd Peiffer and Erik Lesser were six seconds slower.

Although Miroslav Matiaško was not brilliant, he compensated by exact shooting. On both occasions he recharged once, reaching the goal 3: 27.8 min later than the winning Svendsen in 10th position, which is two better than last year’s championship in German Ruhpolding.

“Our goal was to finish the tenth place, that’s what we managed to do, so we confirmed our relay nomination for the next Sochi Olympics, which we have to evaluate as a success.We started in the second tenth, then we were in the seventh place, we ended up at the tenth. That’s biathlon. I have to boast of all four boys, but Matey Kazar stood above all. Others have trouble with running performance, Maťo on the track literally flying. Today, he did not even have any more serious shooting problems. Repeat, tenth place is a better result than we achieved last year, we are looking forward to it, “said Milan Gašperčík, the team leader of the Slovak team. 1: 15: 39.0 h (0 penalty circuits + 5 recharges), 2.France (Simon Fourcade, Jean Guillaume Beatrix, Alexis Boeuf, Martin Fourcade) +1: 12.8 min (0 +7), 3. Germany (Simon Schemp, Andreas Birnbacher, Arnd Peiffer, Erik Lesser) (2 + 3), 4. Russia +1: 24,1 (2 + 7), 5th Austria +1: 38,9 (0 + 5), 6th Czech +2: 50,1 ,…10. Slovakia (Dušan Šimočko, Pavol Hurajt, Matej Kazar, Miroslav Matiaško) +3: 27,8 (0 + 9) Hegemónia Nórov continues

At the World Championships in Biathlon in New Town on Morave were Saturday’s 4×7.5 km men’s relay for the ninth discipline at this championship. The Norwegian expedition has already won its seventh gold medal and leads sovereignly in the rankings of countries according to the podium placements.

They also took control of the rating of the individuals where they belonged the first four bars, in the eighteenth is eight Nori.Tora Berger already has four gold and one silver on her account. With such a balance from one championship, no biathlete could boast so far.

Her countryman, Emil Hegle Svendsen, won his fourth gold in the fourth place in the Highlands. Four Ole Einar Björndalen Ole Einar Björndalen has won four titles in one year, earning them in 2005 in Hochfilzene, Austria, and then four years later in South Pjongchang.

On Sundays, February 17, Svendsen and Berger will have a chance to expand their collection even in a mass-start race.

So far, at least one medal of 36 racers from 11 countries has been won at the World Cup in Moravia. Medal balance after nine disciplines (out of 11 scheduled):

1. Norway 7 – 1 – 0

2.France 1 – 4 – 0

3. Ukraine 1 – 1 – 3

4. Germany 0 – 1 – 1

5. Poland 0 – 1 – 0

USA 0 – 1 – 0

7. Czech Republic 0 – 0 – 1

Sweden 0 – 0 – 1

P> Italy 0 – 0 – 1

1. Tora Bergerová (Norway) 4 – 1 – 0

2. Emil Hegle Svendsen (Norway) 4 – 0 – 0

3. Synje Solmedal (NOR) 2 – 0 – 0

Tarjei Bö (NOR) 2 – 0 – 0

5. Martin Fourcade (Fr.) 1 – 4 – 0

6. Olena Pidrusna (UK) 1 – 1 – 1

7. Hilde Fenne (NOR) 1 – 0 – 0

Ann Kristin Aafedt Flatland (NOR) 1 – 0 – 0 Ole Einar Björndalen

Henrik L’Abee Lund (Norway) 1 – 0 – 0

Alexis Boeuf (Fr.) 0 – 2 – 0

12.Vít Semerenková (UK) 0 – 1 – 1

14. Marie – 0 – 1 – 0

Marie Laure Brunetova (Fr.) 0 – 1 – 0

Andrea Henkel (DE) 0 – 1 – 0

Tim Burke (USA) 0 – 1 – 0 Julia Džymová – 0

Simon Fourcade (Fr.) 0 – 1 – 0

Veronika Vítková (CZ) 0 – 0 – 1

Gabriela Soukalová (CR) 0 – 0 – 1


Anton Šipulin (RUS) 0 – 0 – 1


Nicole Gontier (ITA) 0 – 0 – 1

Simon Schemp (DEU) 1

Michaela Ponzova (ITA) 0 – 0 – 1 Karin Oberhofer 0 – 0 – 1

Andreas Birnbacher (DEU) 0 – 0 – 1

(DE) 0 – 0 – 1