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16.03.2016
Between 16th and 20th March 2016 Pokljuka will host Junior Open European Championships and IBU Junior Cup Biathlon. Biathletes from Alps countries will join them in Alpen Cup competitions On Thursday biathletes will compete in individual competitions on Saturday sprints are scheduled and on Sunday competition will close with pursuit. 28 nations, 118 female biathletes and 173 male athletes are registered ...
23.11.2015
Elite female biathletes lined up in front of an enthusiastic Slovenian crowd for one last time on Pokljuka prior to the much awaited Christmas break. The week-end ended with women’s mass start race where a fired up Kaisa Makarainen tackled the course with high ambitions. “When I got one penalty in the first prone, I can’t tell you how I felt. I thought the race was over ...
23.11.2015
Blue skies and temperatures above freezing greeted 6000 spectators as they arrived to Pokljuka for the last races of the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon 3. At noon the stadium played host to 30 male competitors from 12 countries that lined up for the first mass start of the season. Among world’s best biathletes it was Jean Guillaume Beatrix to grab the win. The expected battle between Martin Fourcade ...
23.11.2015
BMW IBU World Cup biathlon on Pokljuka is coming to an end with men's 15K and women's 12.5K mass start races. The upcoming events will be staged for the first time in 2015/2016 season with top 30 biathletes starting at the same time. Last year Russian Anton Schipulin was in a league on his own yet this year it's Simon Schempp who keeps spectators on their toes. The German has bagged two victories in ...
23.11.2015
An intense women’s pursuit competition drew to a close the third day of the BMW IBU World Cup biathlon on the vibrant Pokljuka. 57 athletes relished under bright sunny skies, which saw Laura Dahlmeier snatch her second World Cup victory by 18 seconds at the expense of second-placed Marie Dorin Habert. Second after the sprint race, +1.0 behind Habert, Laura Dahlmeier put on an excellent show ...
23.11.2015
BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon on Pokljuka reached its peak this morning with 60 biathletes lined up at the start of the pursuit race. To the delight of 5.700 visitors and super keen athletes, day three started out with a brisk -2°C morning that warmed up to balmy 8°C around midday. After winning sprints in Hochfilzen and Pokljuka, Simon Schempp (GER) triumphed again today in men’s ...
23.11.2015
Once again the excitement around BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon on Pokljuka is growing, this time prior to the pursuit races. The weather forecast is excellent for today with clear skies and some transparent cirrus clouds. Weak winds will freshen the air that will warm up from -2°C in the morning to +8°C at midday. We remind all of the visitors that tickets for the event are on sale at ...
23.11.2015
German Simon Schempp was the man of the sprint on Thursday, opening race of the BMW IBU World Cup at Pokljuka. He accumulated a little more than 15-second advantage before his first rival on Saturday’s pursuit Norwegian Bjoerndalen and additional 10 seconds before Russian Garanichev who finished third in sprint. Competition after the first three biathletes is very tough as they are separated ...
23.11.2015
Biathlon action continued on Pokljuka today with women’s sprint. 104 biathletes provided drama, excitement and a wild finish that saw Marie Dorin Habert (FRA) topping the time sheet with only one second margin of victory. German duo Laura Dahlmeier and Franziska Hildebrand came in second and third, respectively +1.1 and +13.0 seconds out. The sun enhanced the magic between Marie Dorin Habert ...
23.11.2015
The BMW IBU World Cup on Pokljuka continues at 14:30 with women's 7.5K sprint. The first one tackling the course will be Lisa Theresa Hauser from Austria. Alltogether 103 ladies are on the starting list, among them four Slovenians. Olympic bronze medallist Teja Gregorin will leave the starting gates with bib number 7. TEJA GREGORIN : »This time my expectations are a little bit lower because ...