One weekend in Oslo


One weekend in Oslo

Riders in this news :  Marie DORIN-HABERT  ; Martin FOURCADE

Martin Fourcade who offers his Rossignol’s skis to the King of Norway and who signs still three podiums, Marie Dorin-Habert who takes the second place of the pursuit… All the news from Oslo are here!

Thursday, February 28th
*Men, 10km Sprint: Martin Fourcade, 2nd
After some days of rest after World Championships, World Cup came back in Oslo, Norway. With 2 penalties and very good feelings on skis, I finish second just one-tenth behind Norway’s Boe who shooting clean. It’s always irritating to end so close of the victory, it’s the third time this season! But I’m happy because there are still seven races this season and I count 147 points in advance on Emil Svendsen.

Saturday, March 2nd
*Ladies, 10km Pursuit, Marie Dorin-Habert, 2nd
Fourth of the Sprint on Friday, Marie Dorin-Habert has taken revenge during the Pursuit. She ends second with two penalties behind Tora Berger and ahead of Anastasia Kuzmina. The biathlete from Team Rossignol signs her sixth career podium, the second in individual this winter after her third place in Pokljuka in the Pursuit too. "I am a very, very... lucky woman and I am very happy today. It is nice to be up here because I am not a star and not on the podium very often."

Video Profile Athlete

*Men, 12,5km Pursuit, Victory of Martin Fourcade
With his first place in Oslo’s Pursuit, Martin Fourcade has signed the 20th victory of his career at only 24 years-old. He is now so close to win a second big crystal globe of the overall ranking. The biathlete of Team Rossignol has also offered his skis to the King of Norway Harald V who was here for the race!

Sunday, March 3rd
*Men, Mass Start, Martin Fourcade, 2nd
Ondrej Moravec of the Czech Republic claimed the first victory of his career by taking the mass start with one penalty. Martin Fourcadeof France finished second, with three penalties, 13.7 seconds back. Germany’s Erik Lesser was 16.8 seconds back in third place, with one penalty. Tim Burke, silver medallist of the 20km individual in Nove Mesto, just missed the podium in fourth place, with two penalties, 19.1 seconds back. 

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