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- The penultimate stage of the Biathlon World Cup of the season starts this Thursday in Ostersund (Sweden), with the women's individual at 13:15.
- This event could allow the French Julia Simon to get a little closer to a sacred consecration, namely the first big crystal globe in the history of women's biathlon since Sandrine Bailly in 2005.
- "It's no longer possible for me to fight for the general classification," admitted (on the national channel SVT) the Swedish Elvira Oeberg, second at 158 points of Julia Simon.
9:55 am: Hello bibix!
So how will you dress for Julia Simon's ultimate coronation day? In fact, it is still too early to tell you when the biathlete from Albertville (Savoie) will be mathematically certain to win her first big crystal globe. But what is certain is that he is reaching out to him more than ever since the stage of Nove Mesto (Czech Republic) last week, where his Swedish rival Elvira Oeberg ranked only 63rd in the sprint before being forfeited for the pursuit. Julia Simon now has a 158-point lead overall, as the penultimate World Cup stage in Ostersund (Sweden) starts this Thursday (13:15) with the women's individual. All the lights are green for the 26-year-old athlete, about to bring back the first big crystal globe in the tricolor women's biathlon since Sandrine Bailly in 2005. We look forward to experiencing this with you in the coming days. And let's not forget that Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet, her sister Chloé, but also Lou Jeanmonnot could have their say in the race for the podium in Ostersund.
» Join us here at 13 p.m. for the women's individual, which starts at 13:15 p.m.
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