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Sport Biathlon - Continuation of Östersund (F): Bescond and Chevalier-Bouchet on the podium behind Roeeland

15:45  04 december  2021
15:45  04 december  2021 Source:   sport365.fr

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Norwegian Marte Olsbu Roeieland won the pursuit of Östersund this Saturday, in front of the French Anais Bescond And Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet at the end of a very tight race.

World Cup (F) / Östersund (Suede)

Ranking of the Prosecution (10km) - Saturday 4 December 2021

1- Marte Olsbu Roeeland (NOR) in 32'20 "6 (1 fault)

2- Anais Bescond ( FRA) to 4 "8 (0)

3- Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet (FRA) to 7" (1)

4- Lisa Theresa Hauser (Aut) at 7 "9 (0)

5- Franziska Preuss (ALL) to 18 "8 (2)

6- HANNA OEBERG (SUE) at 22" (3)

7- ELVIRA OEBERG (SUE) to 23 "9 (4)

8- Denise Hermann (ALL) at 52" 9 (2 )

9- Lena Haecki (SUI) at 57 "6 (1)

10- Dzinara Alimbekava (Bie) at 58" 7 (3)

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12- Justine Braisaz-Bouchet (FRA) at 1'19 " 7 (5)

25- Julien Simon (FRA) at 2'25 "1 (4)

33- Chloé Knight (FRA) at 3'17" 5 (6)

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© Provided by Sports.co.uk Biathlon - Sprint d'Östersund (H): Samuelssson stands out in front of Jacquelin and Fillon Maillet and two! This Thursday, as part of the male World Cup of Biathlon, the Swedish Sebastian Samuelsson, a new leader of the World Cup, won his second consecutive sprint, long ten kilometers after the one cut later than this Sunday, Always at home, on the side of Östersund in Sweden.

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