Too strong these relays!


Too strong these relays!

Riders in this news :  Alexander LEGKOV  ; Eldar RØNNING  ; Ilia CHERNOUSOV  ; Marie DORIN-HABERT  ; Marie-Laure BRUNET  ; Martin FOURCADE

In biathlon and in cross-country, for the men and the women, Team Rossignol has put ten racers on the podium this week-end! Here is the summary of each competition.

Podium Biathlon Women
1. Germany
2. Russia with Olga Zaitseva (Rossignol)
3. France with Marie-Laure Brunet and Marie Dorin-Habert (Rossignol)

Russian relay composed by Glazyrina, Zaitseva, Shumilova and Vilukhina take the second place like last week in Ruhpolding. Second of Oberhof’s relay 15 gays ago, girls of the French Team Anais Bescond, Sophie Boilley, Marie-Laure Brunet and Marie Dorin-Habert end finally third of this 4x6km relay of Antholz. It was the last stage before Nove Mesto World Championships.

Podium Biathlon Men
1. France with Martin Fourcade and Jean-Guillaume Beatrix (Rossignol)
2. Russia
3. Austria

After his demonstration in Ruhpolding, French relay has shown that he was stronger and stronger just before the World Championships. As last year, Simon Fourcade, Jean-Guillaume Béatrix, Alexis Bœuf and Martin Fourcade take the lead of Antholz-Anterselva’s relay ahead of Russians and Austrians.

Podium Cross-Country Women
1. Norway I
2. Finland with Aino Kaisa Saarinen (Rossignol)
3. Norway II with Martina Hagen and Astrid Jacobsen (Rossignol)

Podium Cross-Country Men
1. Norway with Eldar Roenning (Rossignol)
2. Sweden
3. CZE with Martin Jaks (Rossignol)

Eldar Roenning and his teammates are reached one of our goals with this victory in relay. They want to catch the gold medal in Val di Fiemme World Championships and they’ve shown a strong team in la Clusaz. Russian’s Alexander Legkov and Ilia Chernousov end just off the podium because of Chernousov’s fall just before the finish line.

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