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vor 11 Stunden So lief die Verfolgung der Männer beim Biathlon-Weltcup in Antholz. Finish! Die Sieger stehen fest: Glückwunsch an Johannes Thingnes Bö. Punkte. 1. Johannes Bö, 2. Alexander Loginow, 3. Martin Fourcade, 4. Simon Desthieux, 5. Simon Eder, 6. Tarjei Bö, 7. Jan. Hochfilzen/Österreich - Endspurt beim Biathlon-Weltcup /19 im österreichischen Hochfilzen: Die deutschen Männer brillierten dank Doll.

In Hochfilzen, Fourcade finished 2nd and 3rd in the sprint and in the pursuit, respectively. Having had mediocre weekends in Pokljuka and Oberhof, Fourcade went on to win both the sprint and the mass start in Ruhpolding.

The end of the season was a successful one for Fourcade, as he picked up wins in the pursuit in Oslo, [47] in the individual and in the sprint in Sochi [48] [49] and in the sprint and in the mass start in Khanty-Mansiysk.

Fourcade finished the season with over overall world cup points more than Svendsen who finished second, thus winning his second overall World Cup title.

At the start of the year Fourcade won the mass start in Oberhof, his first World Cup victory there.

Ahead of the Winter Olympics in Sochi Fourcade admitted that he will be under pressure, but that he will be able to handle it.

Fourcade won the final event of the season, the Oslo mass start, which ensured that he won the mass start crystal globe.

Before the season Fourcade suffered from mononucleosis and was forced to heavily cut back his training hours in the summer. His next victory came in the Hochfilzen pursuit where he climbed from seventh place to first, thanks to a clean shooting.

Even so, he collected second most points of the weekend behind Anton Shipulin of Russia. The Oberhof weekend at the start of the year was a very successful one for the French star as he won both the sprint and the mass start.

None of them shot clean, however, and it was the clean shooting Fourcade who again took the lead and the victory. The last weekend before the world championships, the Oslo weekend, saw Fourcade complete the return to form, as the Frenchman won the individual race.

He started first, shot 20 out of 20 and stayed on top until the end. Having made one shooting error on the second prone stage he had to play catch up, as his rival Emil Hegle Svendsen had cleared all the targets earlier.

At the season finale in Khanty-Mansiysk, Fourcade claimed a victory in the sprint, his 8th win of the season. Despite the off season mononucleosis, Fourcade finished the season winning the Overall World Cup title and the sprint and pursuit discipline titles.

He became the first male biathlete to win the Overall title four times in succession. He missed five times in the two competitions altogether, but was still able to win both races quite comfortably with his outstanding ski speed.

In Hochfilzen, Fourcade and Simon Schempp dominated the field, with Schempp winning the sprint and Fourcade finishing second and the two swapping places in the following pursuit.

Schempp was, however, able to gain on the lead of Fourcade quite considerably. However, Fourcade was able to take a big lead in the final race of the weekend, the mass start.

The two great rivals arrived toe to toe at the final standing shoot, only for Fourcade to hit all five targets and win the race and Svendsen to miss three times and fall to the 13th place.

Fourcade then carried on the good form by winning the Ruhpolding individual race and placing second in the mass start. The trip to North America started very well for Fourcade, as he won the Canmore sprint.

Fourcade, some 40 seconds back, cleared all five targets and left the range before his Norwegian rival. The race also marked the th time Fourcade wore the prestigious yellow bib.

Fourcade started by anchoring the French mixed relay team to a gold medal [] before winning both the sprint and the pursuit in convincing fashion.

Fourcade had a one-minute penalty at the first standing stage but, as in the three previous major individual races, this proved to be his only mistake of the race.

That turned out to be just enough to beat clean-shooting Dominik Landertinger of Austria. Fourcade finished the season winning the overall World Cup title as well as all of the discipline titles, becoming the first male biathlete to win all five crystal globes of a season multiple times.

The overall title was his fifth in succession. He started the campaign with a convincing victory in the mixed relay with Marie Dorin Habert.

This allowed fast-skiing Fourcade to take the victory. He suffered from a combination of nerves and wind to miss four targets altogether as he was beaten by the surprise pair of the season, Anton Babikov and Maxim Tsvetkov of Russia.

Fourcade continued his domination in Pokljuka, winning all three competitions of the weekend. This ensured that Fourcade now had at least one victory at every World Cup venue in the current calendar.

He won the sprint with a margin of 1,6 seconds with one penalty, outskiing the clean-shooting Anton Shipulin. He finished eighth, his worst result of the season, thus ending the streak of 10 podium finishes and 8 non-team podium finishes.

He hit 19 out of 20 targets in difficult conditions and climbed from 51 seconds back of Julian Eberhard to win with a margin of over a minute to Arnd Peiffer.

With this win, Fourcade secured having at least one victory from every competition weekend of the season. This was the 10th podium out of 11 races of the season for Fourcade.

Fourcade continued to amass victories and World Cup lead in Ruhpolding. This was because the Frenchman missed three times in the second and third shooting combined.

Before the last shooting, Svendsen had the lead for a moment and a number of other athletes caught them as well. But from there on, Fourcade opened up a lead, held his nerve and technique to shoot clean, and easily held his lead in the final lap.

Competition weekend number 6 in Antholtz in the typically challenging venue for Fourcade again proved to be just that. He finished second in the individual, behind Anton Shipulin, shooting two mistakes as the Russian only shot one.

This was podium number 13 out of 14 non-team competitions for Fourcade. Before and during the first part of the World Championships in Hochfilzen, Fourcade had a brief argument with the Russian biathlon team regarding a tweet by Fourcade about the length of the doping ban of Alexandr Loginov.

He never gave the lead away after that, only missed his very last shot and won with a healthy margin. Fourcade had a four Major Championships gold streak in the individual race, but found it hard to defend his title this time.

He started early and missed his first shot at both prone shootings. This opened the door for many late starters but a while it seemed that the most successful individual racer of all time had after all done enough.

But just like in the sprint, Fourcade was satisfied having yet again medalled and added to his impressive tally of World Cup podiums despite the two missed shots.

He arrived to the last shooting with a group of leaders but uncharacteristically slightly lost his rhythm, having tried to be the first to start shooting.

Two missed shots meant that Fourcade finished fifth, his only race without a medal in the championships. The first competition, the sprint, saw Fourcade miss once on both shootings.

With his incredible ski-speed, he was again able to score a podium finish, a third place behind Julian Eberhard and Lowell Bailey. The third place was enough for Fourcade to yet again rewrite the history books, winning a record sixth overall title in a row.

He shot 20 out of 20 and when both Eberhard and Bailey in front of him had multiple misses, Fourcade was able to win with a large margin over Anton Shipulin.

In Kontiolahti, Fourcade won the sprint with one miss, outskiing the clean-shooting Ondrej Moravec by just 0.

This was the 13th non-team race victory of the season for Fourcade, an all-time record for one season. However, with the two races, he secured both the sprint discipline title as well as the pursuit discipline title.

The final competition weekend of the season in Oslo saw Fourcade finish the campaign in style. And he got just them, although not without drama.

Fourcade did crush the field with a dominating performance, shooting 20 out of 20, but he also looked in danger of being disqualified, as he forgot to reload his magazines before the competition.

However, the jury saw no rule violation in the way Fourcade received replacing magazines from his team and so the Frenchman was ruled the winner.

With the record 14th non-team victory of the season, Fourcade won the mass start discipline World Cup, ahead of Simon Schempp who finished 20th.

Fourcade later thanked Schempp and the German team for not wanting to protest the decision of the jury. Fourcade won all five crystal globes of the season for a record third time and a record second time in a row.

His overall title was a record-equalling sixth and a record sixth consecutive. Heavy winds meant that the overall shooting performance of the race was poor.

But Fourcade was able to clear 19 out of 20 targets and finished almost 50 seconds ahead of Jakov Fak and Fillon Maillet.

The second competition weekend in Hochfilzen saw Fourcade score two more podiums. The first competitions after the Christmas break had previously been hard for Fourcade in many occasions.

Fourcade shot clean in the sprint and withheld the late challenge of old rival Emil Hegle Svendsen.

But Fourcade missed no more, and when Johannes and the leading Svendsen did, it was the Frenchman who got his third victory in a row. The world cup then moved to Ruhpolding and like many times before, the fog and rain of Oberhof changed to clear weather.

The race was also the 14th consecutive non team race podium for Fourcade, who thus bettered his own record. The Frenchman came back from two missed shots in the first standing and 15th place to score a 15th consecutive non-team race podium after a clean last shooting and a fast last loop.

He won both the sprint and the pursuit and left Fourcade second in both of the races. For the Winter Olympics in Pyeonchang , Fourcade was chosen to carry the French flag at the opening ceremonies.

He said that it was a great honor and regarding the competitions added that he wanted to win one title and only after that would dream for more.

But the French great also missed three times and while he shot clean in the standings, it was only good enough for eighth place, some half a minute behind the surprise gold medalist Arnd Peiffer.

And like in Sochi, it proved to be decisive. Fourcade missed only one shot and produced some great ski speed to once again have a big enough lead to show the iconic fist after the clean last shooting.

With the gold, his third Olympic gold overall, Fourcade equalled the most number of gold medals won by a French athlete in Winter Olympics. Moreover, he extended his all-time record of consecutive major championships with at least one non team gold medal, now standing at eight also an all-time record among ski sports.

Fourcade, Simon Schempp and Erik Lesser cleared the first standing and arrived at the last shooting with a healthy margin.

Lesser missed twice, Schempp missed once and Fourcade seemed to clear for gold before missing the last shot. It meant that Fourcade and Schempp arrived together at the final sprint, this time the Frenchman narrowly taking the gold with 14 centimeters.

The gold made Fourcade the most successful French Winter Olympian of all time. It also made him the most successful male biathlete of the Games in non-team races, equalling the achievement from Sochi.

But it was Fourcade, who stormed the last leg with fast skiing and no missed shots, taking the gold for the French team with a wide margin to Norway and Italy.

Fourcade had been suffering from illness before the Kontiolahti weekend, but was still expected to start in the sprint.

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Strafrunden und Nachlader gibt es nicht. Martin Fourcade hat die 23 gezogen. Rees schrieb am Mittwoch bei Instagram: Februar Station im amerikanischen Soldier Hollow.

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Fourcade missed only one shot and produced some great ski speed to once again have a big enough lead to show the iconic fist after the clean last shooting.

With the gold, his third Olympic gold overall, Fourcade equalled the most number of gold medals won by a French athlete in Winter Olympics.

Moreover, he extended his all-time record of consecutive major championships with at least one non team gold medal, now standing at eight also an all-time record among ski sports.

Fourcade, Simon Schempp and Erik Lesser cleared the first standing and arrived at the last shooting with a healthy margin.

Lesser missed twice, Schempp missed once and Fourcade seemed to clear for gold before missing the last shot. It meant that Fourcade and Schempp arrived together at the final sprint, this time the Frenchman narrowly taking the gold with 14 centimeters.

The gold made Fourcade the most successful French Winter Olympian of all time. It also made him the most successful male biathlete of the Games in non-team races, equalling the achievement from Sochi.

But it was Fourcade, who stormed the last leg with fast skiing and no missed shots, taking the gold for the French team with a wide margin to Norway and Italy.

Fourcade had been suffering from illness before the Kontiolahti weekend, but was still expected to start in the sprint. Surprisingly, he did not, announcing so just before the race.

The first shooting seemed ominous, Fourcade missing twice. But he got his game together and missed no more. He left the final shooting in the lead but Julian Eberhard sprinted past the exhausted Frenchman in the last few hundred meters.

But still the second place made Fourcade quite satisfied after the two prone mistakes. The penultimate competition weekend in Oslo Holmenkollen was a chance for Fourcade to pursue the race win record of the venue and to further solidate his overall World Cup lead.

And once again the Frenchman delivered. With the victory Fourcade did manage to snatch the honour of being the most awarded biathlete in Holmenkollen.

And he set up a big lead in the overall ranking before the final weekend of the season. The last weekend of the season in Tyumen , Russia started perfectly for Fourcade.

However, he did and easily won the race with his head start and only missing one shot, winning his 70th World Cup race.

By missing four times in the last race of the season, Fourcade finished 19th, his worst result of the season. Regardless, he won the mass start discipline title, holding all five crystal globes of the season for the record fourth time.

All statistics are sourced from the International Biathlon Union. He has an elder brother Simon, who is also a biathlete and a younger brother Brice.

They reside in La Llagonne , France. All results are sourced from the International Biathlon Union. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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