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Biathlon in Ruhpolding live today: do DSV stars defy the snowy sadness in Chiemgau?

2023-01-11T11:49:50.653Z


Biathlon in Ruhpolding live today: do DSV stars defy the snowy sadness in Chiemgau? Created: 01/11/2023, 12:40 p.m By: Marius Epp Benedikt Doll is in good running form - if he hits the targets, he is a candidate for the front. © Sven Hoppe/dpa There's only artificial snow in Ruhpolding - do the German biathletes still make it onto the podium? The men's singles in the live ticker. Biathlon Wor


Biathlon in Ruhpolding live today: do DSV stars defy the snowy sadness in Chiemgau?

Created: 01/11/2023, 12:40 p.m

By: Marius Epp

Benedikt Doll is in good running form - if he hits the targets, he is a candidate for the front.

© Sven Hoppe/dpa

There's only artificial snow in Ruhpolding - do the German biathletes still make it onto the podium?

The men's singles in the live ticker.

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Biathlon in Ruhpolding: men's singles - the German starters

Surname

start time

Benedict Doll

14:18:30

David Zobel

14:19:30

Roman Rees

14:25:30

Justus Strelow

14:38:30

Johannes Kuehn

14:48:30

Philip Nawrath

14:54:30

Ruhpolding - The view of the thin white band of snow at the Chiemgau Arena is bleak, the weather is modest, the sporting situation four weeks before the World Cup in Oberhof is mixed - but the anticipation of her home game in Ruhpolding wants Olympic champion Denise Herrmann-Wick despite the don't let adverse circumstances cloud you.

After two years of the Ghost World Cup, she is looking forward to "finally being able to run in front of a home crowd again".

National coach Mark Kirchner also tried to remain positive after training on Tuesday in the sleet in Ruhpolding.

Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding: "You have to be able to cope with the conditions"

“You have to deal with the conditions.

They're okay so far.

It is also a big challenge for the technicians.

But we still go into the races in good spirits,” he said.

Four weeks before the eagerly awaited home World Championships (February 8th to 19th), the German biathlon team will get a first taste of the special atmosphere.

Expectations and pressure are high - especially after Pokljuka's recent disappointments.

Biathlon: DSV team wants to "wipe their mouths" after Pokljuka disappointment

There “not much fit together.

It is important to wipe your mouth,” demanded DSV sports director Felix Bitterling before the start in Ruhpolding on Wednesday (2:10 p.m. / ARD and Eurosport) with the men’s individual over 20 km.

It's not like "we're in terrible shape.

We just make it too difficult for ourselves at the shooting range.”

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We are working intensively on the weaknesses so that we can play a better role again in Ruhpolding,” added Bitterling.

He was "in a positive mood that we can bring the athletes who are currently in good shape back to top positions."

Video: The squad of German biathletes

Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding: hopes rest on Doll and Herrmann

In good shape?

Herrmann-Wick and Benedikt Doll in particular met the high demands this winter.

The focus is also on the two top performers, especially since local hero Franziska Preuss is missing again.

She still hasn't fully recovered from a viral infection.

According to Kirchner, you have to “look from day to day”.

The 28-year-old is running out of time with a view to Oberhof.

(epp/SID)

Source: merkur

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