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Winter Olympics 2018: Norwegian wins individual race in biathlon
18:10, 15 February 2018
Winter Olympics 2018: Norwegian wins individual race in biathlon

Men’s individual race finished, Ukrainians did not get into TOP-20

18:10, 15 February 2018

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Men’s 20 km individual race was held in South Korean Pyeongchang. Norwegian Johannes Bo won the race. Slavanian Jakov Fak came second. Swede Dominik Landertinger took the third place. Martin Forucade, French biathlete, did well till the last shooting, leading the race, but he overshot twice on the fourth line and fell to the fifth place.

Ukrainian biathletes did not finish in the first twenty. Artem Tyshchenko performed the best, having shot all the targets. He took the 29th place. Volodymyr Semakov got the 31st place. 45th went to Artem Pryma. Serhiy Semenov finished the race 53rd.

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Biathlon, individual race, men

  1. Johannes Bo (Norway) 1-0-0-1, 48:03,8
  2. Jakov Fak (Slovenia) 0-0-0-0, +5.5
  3. Dominik Landertinger (Norway) 0-0-0-0, +14.2

  1. Artem Tyshchenko (Ukraine) 0-0-0-0, +3:11,2
  2. Volodymyr Semakov (Ukraine) 0-1-0-0, +3:28,3
  3. Artem Pryma (Ukraine) 1-2-0-1, +4:32,7
  4. Serhiy Semenov (Ukraine) 1-0-1-1, +4:54,1

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