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29.04.2015
Coaching Changes: Velepec Moves to Ukraine
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A big change on the coaching scene in Ukraine and Latvia as April ends with Uros Velepec moving from Slovenia to Ukraine and Vitaly Urbanovičs returning to Latvia.
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27.04.2015
Retirement and New Job for Lars Berger
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Just days before his May 1 36th birthday, Norway's Lars Berger announced his retirement from competitive biathlon and cross-country and was introduced as Norway's new biathlon and cross-country coach for visually and physically impaired athletes.
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27.04.2015
HEAD COACH FOR TURKISH BIATHLON & NORDIC SKI TEAM
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24.04.2015
IBU Press Release
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21.04.2015
IBU Press Release: Statement of AIOWF
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Statement of the Association of the International Olympic Winter Sports Federations (AIOWF). AIOWF in its capacity as the Association of the International Olympic Winter Sports Federations representing seven Members of the SportAccord Association express its disagreement with the occasion and manner in which the opinions of the SportAccord President were expressed during the SportAccord General Assembly on 20th April. The AIOWF Members call for constructive dialogue between SportAccord and all stakeholders in the interests of the Olympic Movement.
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15.04.2015
New Coaching Staffs in Russia
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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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24.03.2015
Season Wrap-up with Martin and Dasha
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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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23.03.2015
What’s In Your Bag?
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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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22.03.2015
Laura Dahlmeier Wins Mass Start
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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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22.03.2015
End of Season Mass Start to Jakov Fak
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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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