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Johannes B won the pursuit at the World Cup in Pokljuka


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Moscow, January 7 – Norwegian Johannes Bo became the winner in the pursuit race at the Biathlon World Cup stage in the Slovenian Pokluca.
Bo committed two fouls in four firing lines and covered the distance of 12.5 km in 31 minutes 43.2 seconds. Frenchman Quentin Fillon Mayet took second place (+1 min 4.9 s, 1 miss), and Norway’s Tarji Boy closed the top three (+1.06.6; 1 miss).
Former biathlete for the Russian national team Timofei Lapshin, who has been representing South Korea since 2017, is ranked 9th (+2.04.1; 2 losses).

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The International Biathlon Union (IBU) congress decided in September 2022 to support the suspension of Russian and Belarusian athletes from international competitions until further notice amid the situation in Ukraine.

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