Hochfilzen, highlights of the week

08/Dec/2013

Hochfilzen, highlights of the week

Riders in this news :  Carl Johan BERGMAN  ; Marie DORIN-HABERT  ; Marie-Laure BRUNET  ; Martin FOURCADE  ; Selina GASPARIN

14:30 / Thursday, December 5th / Big injury for Marie Dorin Habert
It’s confirmed, Marie Dorin Habert had a ruptured tendon in her ankle and probably she would miss the rest of the season.
10:30 / Friday, December 6th / Win of Selina Gasparin: “A really big day for Switzerland”
Despite the bad weather -windy and snowy- Switzerland’s Selina Gasparin claimed in Hochfilzen’s Sprint the first World Cup victory of her career. It’s also the first victory for Switzerland in biathlon! "It was just a normal day out there, skiing and shooting...I had a miss in the standing and then never thought about the podium. I was thinking it would not be a good position...It was a big surprise: I have always been always dreaming about a podium, maybe second or third, but I never thought about a victory. Now I am really surprised to be the winner of today's race. I thought it would be cool to have a woman take the first victory. It is an honor to be the First world Cup winner; it is a really big day for Switzerland."
13:30 / Friday, December 6th / Second place for Martin Fourcade in the Sprint
[HOCHFILZEN] Martin Fourcade ITV Sprint HOC par FFSki
11:30 / Saturday, December 7th / French women relay ends third with Marie-Laure Brunet and the young Anaïs Chevalier: « A podium for Marie Dorin-Habert »

14:30 / Saturday, December 7th / Sweden Team with two Rossignol’s biathletes Carl Johan Bergman and Christofer Eriksson finishes second of the Men Relay.

13:30 / Sunday, December 8th / 27th World Cup for Martin Fourcade who grabs the first place in Hochfilzen’s Pursuit
Martin Fourcade ITV PURSUIT HOC par FFSki

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