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Third place went to Marte Olsbu who moved from 7th to the final podium spot with 2 missed targets. She passed Lisa Vittozzi who had just one miss and came home 4th.
Maren Hammerschmidt went from 12th to 5th. Olena Pidhrushna went from 28th to 9th, Ekaterina Yurlova-Percht moved from 27th to 11th and Iryna Kryuko went from 53rd to 22nd.
It was a bad day for Yuliia Dzhima who went from third down to 21st missing 5 targets. He managed to defeat the double assault from the Boe brothers this time!
The top 3 from the Sprint, Fourcade, Tarjei Boe and Lesser got to the first prone together but then Lesser missed 4 and his chance was gone.
At the second prone Boe and Fourcade shot clean and retook the lead. The first standing shoot would decide the winner as Fourcade hit all five and Boe missed 3.
Behind Fourcade the battle was on for second and third. Jakov Fak and Quentin Fillon Maillet cleaned the first stand while others missed and they both missed 1 in the final shoot leaving a ski race to decide the positions.
Fak managed to get away from Fillon Maillet in the last section of the track and took his first podium since Last year was ruined for Fak through illness so it was great to see him back at the top.
Svendsen just pipped home favourite Freddie Lindstrom for 4th and Lars Helge Birkeland came from 29th to finish 6th. That concludes the action from Oestersund and now we move swiftly to Hochfilzen for a Sprint, Pursuit and the Relays.
Well we knew it was just a matter of time before the Herrmannator started picking of the other biathletes! You could see it coming a mile away in the Sprint.
Today she missed one in Oestersund and ran away with the victory. Those rivals shot clean which shows her superiority on the skis. What a turn around in her fortunes!
Kaisa Makarainen missed 1 target and was 6th. I wonder if she was the twin that was born first!! We had to wander right back to 50th place to find a personal best and that went to Russian youngster Svetlana Mironova.
At least she is consistent! Illness has ruined the last few seasons for him and it was fantastic to see him back on the top step of the podium.
Tarjei in bib 94 also missed 1 target but he managed to win by just 0. Erik Lesser completed the podium in third 3 seconds back from Fourcade.
Simon Schempp was fifth with 1 miss and Mario Dolder of Switzerland got his best ever World Cup finish in 6th with a clean shoot.
Emilien Jacquelin of France again finished in the points in 37th in his second ever World Cup start. On Sunday both Pursuits take place and they are shaping up to be great races!
It was a fun race to kick off the new season. Austria started first and finished first with yet another display of amazingly quick and accurate shooting from Lisa Hauser and Simon Eder with just 2 spares required.
Behind them however it was a bit of an up and down race for many of the nations and for some of them quite literally!
Rosanna Crawford was the first to fall from a great position in 4th. It looked like a heavy tumble and she did well to continue racing.
The French team of Dorin Habert and Martin Fourcade were a bit disappointing missing 10 targets between them. The Swedes with Linn Persson and Sebastian Samuelsson were having a great race up to the final standing shoot where Samuelson missed one target but had trouble reloading his rifle and lost the podium position.
Erik Lesser took full advantage bringing Germany home in second along with Vanessa Hinz. Some great shooting from the two of them meant Braun was in third leaving the range for the final time.
However they both fell racing each other on a corner and Maxim came through to take third. It was heartbreak to podium in half a loop and a triumph for good shooting!
Later on we had the Mixed Relay which is basically double the size of the single! Sweden got off to a great start in this one too with Hanna Oeberg leading after the first lap.
Italy were very impressive with Dominik Windisch giving them a good lead after the third leg. Behind them though some sharks were circling with Germany, Norway and also Slovakia who had a great race.
Lukas Hofer had the last leg for Italy in which ironically he can be hit or miss. His prone was definitely miss as he did a penalty loop and allowed Emil Hegle Svendsen to take over.
If he had hit it first time he would have regained the lead but Svendsen took a small lead from the range and never lost it. His team of Ingrid Tandrevold, Tiril Eckhoff and Johannes Boe needed 13 spares but they are all great skiers which helped them to win.
Italy hung on for second with Lisa Vittozzi, Dorothea Wierer and Windisch using just 2 spares between them. Lukas Hofer used 4 by himself! Home team Sweden did a good job in 5th.
Last season was more or less a straight fight between Laura Dahlmeier and Gabriela Koukalova with Dahlmeier coming out on top winning the Overall Title for the first time.
It could be a similar situation this season but with the Olympics Games on the horizon the World Cup will not be the main focus for the majority of the biathletes.
They will be concentrating on peaking for PyeongChang in February and we could even see some of them skipping World Cup races preferring to train for the Olympics.
It also means we could be losing a few of our favourites at the end of the season as the end of an Olympic cycle is a favoured time among sportspeople to retire.
Dahlmeier was impressive all year and crucially managed to stay fit and healthy for the entire season. She was a deserved winner of the big crystal globe and will start as favourite this season.
At some points last season the top four were very close and Gabriela Koukalova pushed Dahlmeier the hardest. She is also a contender again this season but I fear she will be aiming solely for the Olympic medals and she has some health problems that could see her miss the first round in Sweden and possibly more.
She has spoken about retiring in the past and this may be the one she chooses to call it a day. Hopefully not but she also has a chance at the overall if she gets back some of her old consistency.
Marie Dorin Habert and Dorothea Wierer are very talented biathletes but I am not sure either can put together enough consistent performances to win the World Cup.
None of the other ladies have produced enough points scoring finishes over the whole season to win the overall but the likes of Yuliia Dzhima, Franziska Hildebrand and Susan Dunklee can certainly win races and take podiums when they are on form.
Eckhoff has been pretty disappointing since she won the Sprint gold at the Oslo World Championships. She has struggled to put together a good season but she is still young and can hopefully make the Top 10 this year.
I would expect improvement from Anais Bescond and now also Mari Laukkanen after her great end to last season.
Selina Gasparin has shown glimpses of getting back to her best and we should look to see her moving up the rankings. Franziska Preuss had a season disrupted by injury and she will also be in the mix for podiums if she returns on good form.
The Italian women like Lisa Vittozzi and Alexia Runggaldier will also be hoping to build on their successful seasons last year.
A certain Darya Domracheva. She was 24th in the Total Score but missed a lot of the season after having her baby.
If she regains her form from the Sochi Olympic year she will be a massive challenger to Dahlmeier and the others. One nation that has had a terrible time lately is Russia.
They will be hoping to step up their game in this very important season. One person who will be missing from the start line in Sweden is Teja Gregorin.
The Slovenian has been suspended by the IBU after retesting of her samples from the Vancouver Winter Olympics in came back as positive for a banned substance.
A growth hormone was discovered in her blood and there will be a hearing at the end of this month to deal with it.
However we will concentrate on those who are racing and the action gets underway very soon. Picture courtesy of photographer extraordinaire Ross Burton.
For anyone unfamiliar with Biathlete23 this blog follows the results of whichever biathlete happens to be in bib23 for each race. It treats them like one athlete and adds up the score to see how this biathlete would have performed over the year.
In the first year the total for the men and the women was and in the second year the total was Excellent a bit of progress!
The third year was not as successful with a points total of This season there was great improvement with a total score of points!
The men scored most points with All in all it was a season much like that of Emil Hegle Svendsen. Arnd Peiffer 4. Martin Fourcade 5. Simon Desthieux Standings after 5 of 8 races.
Mass start [ edit ] Pos. Quentin Fillon Maillet 3. Evgeniy Garanichev Standings after 3 of 6 races. Relay [ edit ] Pos. France Standings after 3 of 5 races.
Nation [ edit ] Pos. Austria Standings after 12 of 23 races. Monika Hojnisz 54 3. Baiba Bendika 40 Standings after 1 of 3 races. Dorothea Wierer 3.
Anastasiya Kuzmina 5. Lisa Vittozzi 3. Anastasiya Kuzmina Standings after 5 of 8 races. Anastasiya Kuzmina 4. Dorothea Wierer 5.
Vanessa Hinz Standings after 3 of 6 races.