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and LAbee Lund arrived together at the last shooting but it was the overall leader who shot clean and strolled to the finish line. "France Dominates Men's Relay". "Bø claims dominant IBU World Cup win in Presque Isle". 141 He then skipped the relay to prepare for the mass start.
"Third win for France in an Antholz Relay". Two missed shots meant that Fourcade finished fifth, his only race without a medal in the championships. The sprint was another success for Fourcade as he once again scored a podium, a second place, but was again forced to step on the podium after Johannes Thingnes. After somewhat weaker showings at Pokljuka and Oberhof, Fourcade placed runner-up in all three races at Ruhpolding. Winter Olympic Games 2010. Darya Domracheva out of relay". Season: Overwhelming overall World Cup title, a World Championship gold and five medals edit 201213 World Cup season results.
Olav Lunde died peacefully in his sleep at age 93 on Wednesday evening, May 30th, 2012.
During his final battle with congestive heart failure.
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A memorial celebration of Olav's life will follow the service at Leif Erikson Hall, 2245 NW 57th. Retrieved "Runaway Win for Austria in Single Mixed Relay". To paraphrase Will Rogers, Olav never met a person he didn't like. 71 72 With the pursuit second place, Fourcade secured his third overall World Cup title. Retrieved "Amazing" Win for Simon Schempp in Oberhof Mass Start". Season: Olympic glory, all-time overall World Cup record 2 Achievements 3 Personal life 4 Biathlon results 5 References 6 External links, this article uses the phrase "non-team" when referring to individual competitions to avoid mixing up one of the biathlon disciplines, the individual discipline and. Surprisingly, he did not, announcing so just before the race. Season: First World Championship title, first overall World Cup podium edit 201011 World Cup season results. He missed her terribly after her death to brain cancer only a few months ago on February 23rd. It also made him the most successful male biathlete of the Games in non-team races, equalling the achievement from Sochi.
"International Biathlon Union / A Win for Anton in Antholz Pursuit". Retrieved "Home Team Success: Maxim Tsvetkov Wins Tyumen Mass Start".