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Biathlon IBU Cup 2017 - 2018

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10 hours ago, Werloc said:

Alright, it seems that Ana Jesipionok and Raminta Dindaitė should appear in tomorrow's sprint after both having a DNS in the sprint two days ago.

And so does Jill Colebourn of Australia who missed the 1st sprint due to illness, luckily she's back :)

 

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0+0 for Fabrizio Bourguignon in the men's sprint, the 4th time in history (and the 4th different athlete) that a Brazilian shoots clean in an IBU race! 

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Now, with Langer doing better and with the addition of Claude, Belgium looks pretty stacked.

Also, it's nice to see Denmark raising its interest in Biathlon, though it's still a long way to go for them.

And a bit sad that we pretty much lost The Netherlands.

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Time for the women's race, go 11, 40, 46 and 90 :cheer:

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4 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

Time for the women's race, go 11, 40, 46 and 90 :cheer:

As well as 2, 43 and 81, please :d We need all the support we can get.

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Just now, Werloc said:

As well as 2, 43 and 81, please :d We need all the support we can get.

Actually Jesipionok was on my list of athletes the Brazilians and Jill could look to beat....dilemma :d 

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I'll make up for that by cheering extra for 43 and 81 :p 

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Just now, heywoodu said:

Actually Jesipionok was on my list of athletes the Brazilians and Jill could look to beat....dilemma :d 

Well, Dindaitė is faster and Jesipionok is usually known for shooting well, I don't know which one against you have better chances to beat.

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1 minute ago, Werloc said:

Well, Dindaitė is faster and Jesipionok is usually known for shooting well, I don't know which one against you have better chances to beat.

Started clean, not bad :p 

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Just now, heywoodu said:

Started clean, not bad :p 

Yeah, it seems as if I did not lie about her good shooting :d

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