Results of the week

Mar 10, 2014

Results of the week

Riders in this news :  Alexander LEGKOV  ; Martin FOURCADE

Four more podiums in Cross-Country and Biathlon this weekend for the Rossignol racers! After their amazing results during the Olympic Games, our athletes are still in a good shape and continue to be performing in World Cup. Relive all the races!
Cross-Country: Alexander Legkov, third of the 50km Classic in Oslo
I am little bit disappointed about third place, however, I am stronger in free technique so third place in classic feels like victory. After Sochi in Lahti I have been both mentally and physically tired. I felt in better shape today. My skis were very good“, said the 50km Olympic Champion.

RESULTS - Men's 50 km
1. RICHARDSSON Daniel (SWE) 2:07:29.5
2. SUNDBY Martin (NOR) +8.2 
3. LEGKOV Alexander (RUS) +14.5 

Biathlon: Stage of Pokljuka
Italy's Dorothea Wierer has signed her first individual career podium finishing third of the Pursuit with three penalties, 54.4 seconds back. After winning the Mixed Relay Bronze Medal in Sochi, the biathlete from Rossignol Team was very happy: "I think the Olympic Games are more important, but also the podium here is really great, I never thought about it, so I am really happy. I feel good, my preparation was good and now I am happy with myself."
Three times Olympic Gold medalist Darya Domracheva won the Mass Start of Pokljuka  in 36:16.4, with two penalties. Kaisa Mäkäräinen also with two penalties finished 22.2 seconds back in second position. Russia's Olga Zaitseva finished third. It’s the best result of the Rossignol racer since the opening week of this season.
Martin Fourcade, our double Olympic Champion in Pursuit and Individual, has finished 7th of the Sprint and the Pursuit and 2nd of the Mass Start. He confirms his World Cup leader rank ahead of Emil Svendsen.

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