- Austria skied to the victory of Sunday’s Single...
- The three-day biathlon event in Kontiolahti was...
- BMW IBU World Cup in Kontiolahti has been a hug...
- Germany’s Arnd Peiffer skied to the victory in ...
- Victory in the men’s 10 km Sprint went to Marti...
Austria skied to the victory of Sunday’s Single Mixed Relay with the team Lisa Theresa Hauser and Simon Eder. USA finished 32.8 seconds back, claiming second place with team Susan Dunklee and Lowell Bailey. The German team, with Laura Dahlmeier and Roman Rees, came third 33.3 seconds behind the top team. Austria’s team was unbeatable
The three-day biathlon event in Kontiolahti was a success in every aspect. The three competition days attracted altogether 24,300 visitors – 7000 for Friday’s Sprints, 13,000 for Saturday’s Pursuit races, and 4300 for Sunday’s Relay competitions. “We are totally satisfied with ticket sales, we exceeded our goals by far. What comes to atmosphere, Saturday was
BMW IBU World Cup in Kontiolahti has been a huge success so far. On Friday 7000 spectators enjoyed biathlon festival at the stadium, on Saturday 13 000. On Sunday there is a family day with single mixed relay and mixed relay in programme, and Winter Park as well as other Event Park services entertain biathlon friends
Germany’s Arnd Peiffer skied to the victory in the men’s 12.5 km Pursuit competition, finishing 0.3 seconds before Austria’s Simon Eder. Third to finish was Norway’s Emil Hegle Svendsen, only 2.3 seconds behind the winner. Peiffer succeeded perfectly in his shooting, clearing all targets at all four shootings. Eder and Svendsen both missed one shot
Victory in the men’s 10 km Sprint went to Martin Fourcade of France, who finished 0.6 seconds before Czech Ondřej Moravec. Third was Norway’s Emil Hegle Svedsen. Both Svedsen and Moravec shot clean at both ranges and competed hard on the track. Moravec’s skiing pace was better than his Norwegian rival’s, and their final difference
Feeling suddenly hungry? No panic. The on-site canteen provided by the Kerubi restaurant from Joensuu will feed your appetite as well raise your competition spirit. Between competitions you can enjoy live music and the company of other World Cup guests. There are plenty of seats, but also plenty of space on the dance floor. Items
There are many alternative ways to spend the day at the Kontiolahti World Cup venue. The Winter Park area offers lots of outdoor fun for the youngest spectators. There are, for example, two snowmobiles, which children can drive inside a limited area. There is no specific age requirement for the snowmobiles, the driver’s arms and
At the Kontiolahti World Cup event, expectations regarding the Finnish team focus on Kaisa Mäkäräinen and Mari Laukkanen, as so many times before. Both ladies have had some challenges in preparing for these competitions. Mäkäräinen, who brought a bronze medal from Hochfilzen, continued her strong display at the South Korea World Cup event last week,
Teams from 28 nations have arrived in Kontiolahti and getting ready for the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon weekend starting on Friday. Ticket Sales has been successful so far and the atmosphere at the stadium is guaranteed. BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon is not only exciting competitions: Event Park with hottest disco in town at
Step directly from a winter wonderland into a world of coloured lights and funky music as you enter the Biathlon World Cup marquee. All thanks to Kerubi, the restaurant that is bringing not just food and drink to the Stadium but also the hottest disco in town. The party is on in the marquee before,