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- The Biathlon World Championships in Oberhof is coming to an end. Started on February 8, the German meeting will end on Sunday.
- This Saturday, it's relay. On the men's side, the untouchable Norwegians, reigning world and Olympic champions, will aim for another victory, at the expense of the French, their runners-up at the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing.
- Johannes Boe has already won five gold medals in as many races and is aiming for a historic sevenfold, with Saturday's men's relay and Sunday's mass start.
09:00 : Hi fans of spatulas and rifles!
The king of these Worlds in Oberhof is already Johannes Boe, five times winner in five races. To be completely honest, we do not see who could deprive him of a sixth title in Germany this Saturday on the men's relay, pending a seventh Sunday on the mass-start.
The Norwegian team, the reigning world and Olympic champions, have also won all four races since the start of the World Cup season. The Boe brothers, with Laegreid and Christensen, do not seem to have any rivals over the distance (4x7.5 km). Les Bleus, silver medalists at the Beijing Olympics last year, will try the feat in the wake of Quentin Fillon Maillet and Émilien Jacquelin.
Because we are never safe from a French miracle, we meet at 11:30 a.m.
- World Championship
- Team of France
- Johannes Boe
- Quentin Fillon Maillet
- Emilien Jacquelin