Monday, January 17

Olsbu Røiseland superior again – took this weekend’s third victory

Under challenging weather conditions with dense snow drifts, Marte Olsbu Røiseland had to defend a lead of seven seconds on Sunday’s hunt start after Friday’s sprint victory.

However, the 31-year-old went in solitary majesty from start to finish, and won the hunt start in Oberhof. This despite the fact that there were two booms.

Thus, it ended with the weekend’s third straight victory for Olsbu Røiseland. In addition to the sprint victory, she also won the mixed relay on Saturday with the Norwegian team.

Hanna Öberg was second, 33.4 seconds behind, while Dzinara Alimbekava came in third place. Ingrid Landmark Tandrevold was number nine with five booms.

God start

Marte Olsbu Røiseland won Friday’s sprint, and first went out on the 10 kilometer long hunt start on Sunday in Oberhof. She had seven seconds to go to Julia Simon. Hanna Sola was second in the sprint, but stood over after a sore throat put her out of action.

Ingrid Landmark Tandrevold was fifth best in the sprint and started 23 seconds behind.

Olsbu Røiseland shot a brilliant first series, and had a lead of 36.9 seconds to Hanna Öberg. On other horizontal shots, there was one boom, but the lead was still 25.8 seconds.

Keep calm

On the third shot, there was also a round, and then Kristina Reztsova had the opportunity to score. But the Russian cracked and missed three times.

Thus, it was Hanna Öberg who could threaten Olsbu Røiseland before the last shot, and the Swede took the lead.

Olsbu delivered Røiseland brilliantly, and shot a full house. Thus, she went in controlled to victory.

ida Lien and Karoline Knotten were the others to start. Lien was number 19, while Karoline Knotten finished at 54. Tiril Eckhoff is not with Oberhof.

On Saturday, Norway won the mixed relay with Tarjei Bø, Johannes Thingnes Bø, Ingrid Landmark Tandrevold and Marte Olsbu Røiseland.

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