News : Biathlon World Cup 2020/21 Antholz results: Hettich finished fifth in the 15 km individual in Italy?
The results of the women’s biathlon world cup in Antholz (Photo: Dorothea Wierer at the 12.5 km mass start in Oberhof)
Image: picture alliance / dpa / dpa-Zentralbild | Martin Schutt
The biathlonWorld Cup 2020/21 for women has been thrilling winter sports fans all over the world since the end of November 2020. The next stage is for the biathletes in Antholz, Italy. From January 21 to 24, 2021, the biathlon women in Oberhof can show what they can do in the 15 km individual, the 12.5 km mass start and the 4 x 6 km relay. All results out Italy find out here.
Biathlon World Cup 2020/21 in Antholz: Women’s competition calendar
|01/21/2021||2.15 p.m.||Antholz (Italy)||15 km individual|
|01/23/2021||1:10 p.m.||Antholz (Italy)||12.5 km mass start|
|01/24/2021||12:00 p.m.||Antholz (Italy)||Relay 4 x 6 km|
So you can see the biathlon women in Antholz in live stream and TV
Biathlon World Cup 2020/21 women: All results from Antholz (Italy) at a glance
How the biathlon women fared in the World Cup competitions individual, mass start and relay in Antholz (Italy), you can find out here an overview of all the results.
+++ January 21, 2021: Best World Cup result: Hettich finished fifth in the biathlon singles +++
Janina Hettich achieved her best career result as fifth in the individual competition at the Biathlon World Cup in Antholz, Italy. In Lisa Theresa Hauser’s first World Cup victory, ahead of Julia Dschyma from Ukraine and French Anais Chevalier-Bouchet, the Black Forest rider was 1: 23.9 minutes behind the Austrian on Thursday. With the last shot, the 24-year-old awarded her first podium finish. Marion Deigentesch also showed a strong performance, the 26-year-old from Traunstein came 11th after a shooting error, 2: 31.7 minutes behind.
Vanessa Hinz came in twelfth after two penalty minutes and can continue to hope after her best result of the season with a view to the World Cup in February in Pokljuka, Slovenia. For Franziska Preuss and Denise Herrmann, who had already qualified for the title fights, things didn’t go at all at the shooting range this time. The two top German ski hunters each received four penalty minutes and landed in 17th and 33rd place. Maren Hammerschmidt came in 46th after three penalty minutes.
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