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16.01: Preuss and Naughton lead the World Cup after the second individual race
3.59pm: Here are the other Italians: Werer is 17th at 55″, Basler is 18th at 56″, Comola is 44th at 2’04″, Auchenthaler is 54th at 2’19″, and Trabucchi is 67th at 2’46″.
3.58 pm. Completing the top ten: Prius (GER), Voigt (GER), Tandrevold (NOR), Johansen (NOR), Guigonat (FRA), Vittuzzi (ETA), Brorson (Switzerland).
3.56pm: Frenchwoman Jeannemontot wins her first World Cup race ahead of Norwegians Contin and Arneklev
3.54pm: Three Italians in the first 18, five at the start of the chase. An excellent result for the team. It’s a shame there were no high notes but both Wierer and Vittozzi were not at their best as they were recovering from the flu.
3.53pm: Unfortunately, Trabucchi couldn’t break into the top 60, as he sits in 66th place at 2’46’. She was not far from qualifying in the pursuit, despite the three errors
3.47pm: Two more errors for Trabucchi
3.46pm: Guigonnat manages to stay ahead of Vittozzi who has moved up to ninth place
3.45pm: Guigonnat battles Vittozzi for eighth place
3.43pm: Swedish Johansson performs well and makes no mistakes on her feet and ranks 28th
3.39pm: Foul by Trabuczi on the ground
3.38pm: Auchentaller finishes 46th, 2’19” off the pace, Guigonnat makes no mistakes with her feet and is in sixth place after two polygons. Could enter the top 10
3.33pm: Comola with a 2’04” delay is 33rd at the finish line, and will be there at the start of the chase. It is not known whether this will be enough for the points area
3.30pm: A mistake by Ochenthaler while standing, in 41st position
3.29 pm. There will be no other entries in the top ten. These are currently the top ten in the ranking: Jeanmonnot (Fra), Knotten (Nor), Arnekleiv (Nor), Preuss (Ger), Voigt (Ger), Tandrevold (Nor). ), Johansen (Wola), Fitozzi (ETA), Brorson (Sweden), E. Oberg (Sweden)
3.27pm: Good performance from Johanssen, who leads Vittuzzi by 6 inches from the Italian, who drops to eighth place
3.27pm: Chevalier is 10th at the finish line, 39 inches off the lead
3.27pm: Brorson is behind Vittuzzi in eighth place
3.25pm: Zero from Komola standing, two fouls for Chauveau
3.24pm: Hauser is 15th at the finish line, Johansen is 5th after shooting ranges, and Persson is 9th at the finish line
3.24pm: Zero on the ground for Ochenthaler
3.23pm: Hitesh ranks 14th behind the Italians
3.20pm: Basler in 13th at the finish line, 56 inches from the lead, Wehrer in 12th, 55 inches from the lead
3.19pm: Jeanmonot leads the classification by 8 inches and takes the win
3.18pm: Foul by Komola on the ground
3.18pm: Pearson is ninth after two polygons and fouls on the second
3.17pm: Arnekleiv maintains a 7-tenths lead at the finish line over Voigt but Knotten leads her by 9 inches
3.16pm: At the finish line, Tandrevold is third, 5 inches off the lead
3.15pm: Zero Weirer and zero passengers standing up too! Wehrer VIII and Basler IX
3.14 pm: Oberg closes behind Fitozzi with three errors, and Hitesh is third without errors after the second shooting range.
3.14pm: Vittuzzi closes 15 inches behind and is third, unlikely to stay in the top 10
3.13pm: Jeanmonnot closes with zero and is in the lead after two polys with 9″ on Arnekleiv
3.12pm: Prius reaches the finish line first, Prius second with a time of 1″, and H. Oberg third with a time of 24″. Vittozzi loses a lot on skates, he’s not at his best and it shows. Four errors for Presaz. Simon finished 38 inches behind at the finish line
15.12: Naughton makes no mistakes on her feet and takes second place behind Arnicliffe
3.11pm: Arnecliffe leads by 12 inches over Vittuzzi, who loses on the final lap
3.11pm: Error by Arncliffe, Tandrefold in third place, 3 inches behind Fitozzi
15.10: Two errors from Tandervold in the feet!
15.09: Hitesh is third flawless, 6 inches behind Tandrevold at the first shooting range. German speed sleds. Hauser fouled out on the ground
15.08: A foul by Ferrer on the ground and two fouls by E. Oberg while standing, and the platform is too far from the Swede.
15.07: VIITOZZZIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!!! Double zero and starts back in the lead!
15.07: Lying makes no mistake and is 15 inches behind Voigt!
15.06: Jeanmontot made no mistakes on the ground, finishing third, 7 inches behind Tandrevold, Simon made his second mistake while standing.
3.05pm: The second foul by Preuss while standing, and two fouls by Preuss on the ground
3.04pm: Wierer trails by 13 inches at kilometer 1.3
3.03pm: Arnecliffe makes no mistakes and is in second place, 3 inches behind her teammate, Naughton fouls on the ground and Voigt on his feet
3.02pm: Tandervold makes no mistakes and is fast, taking the lead after the first shooting range with a 14-inch lead over Voigt
15.01: Foul by Magnusson on the ground
15.01: Tandrevold is in front at the entrance of the field, Leigh makes no mistakes and is in third place, 4 inches from the head.
3.00 PM: A foul by E. Oeberg on the floor, the fifth with a distance of 8″. H. Oeberg also made a foul while standing, her second foul
2.59pm: Zero by Lisa Fitozzi! Not very fast, she is in second place, 3 inches behind Voigt
2.58pm: Error by Simone on the ground at first, and she’s in sixth place at 19. Vittozzi enters the range 12 inches behind Preuss
2.57pm: Error on the ground for Preuss who is second by 7 inches, Stremos makes no mistake but is 16 inches behind
2.56pm: Zero by Voigt who takes too long on the shooting range but leads by 9 inches over Dmitrenko
2.55pm: E. Oberg has the best time in the 900 metres, Vittuzzi at kilometer 1.3, 3 inches behind him
2.54pm: Simon is 8 inches behind the Prius at kilometer 1.3
2.53pm: Fitozzi is in third place, 2 inches behind H. Oberg by 900 metres, Simon fourth by 3 inches
2.53pm: Zero from Irwin, Voigt in the lead after 2.1km
2.53pm: The Prius leads at km 1.3, 3 inches behind the H. Oberg who commits a foul on the ground
2.52pm: Lisa Fitozzi vs
2.52pm: Prius is second by 1 inch after 900 metres
2.51 pm. Strong second place by 4 inches and Voigt third by 5 inches at 900 metres
2.49pm: H. Oeberg leads by 8 inches over Gasparin at kilometer 1.3
2.47pm: At 900m elevation, Oberg is 6 inches ahead of Irwin
2.45pm: Hannah Oberg is at the gate. Italians’ bibs: Vittuzzi 14, Basler 29, Ferrer 30, Comola 49, Ochenthaler 61, Trabuczi 90.
2.44pm: Ideal weather conditions, no wind, temperatures around -13 degrees, perfect visibility
2.43pm: Obviously we have to keep an eye on Transalpine Julia Simon and also Justine Brezzaz who has already won on this snow. Among those who achieved the mark in Östersund at the start were also Norwegian Ingrid Lande Tandrevold and Austrian Lisa-Theresa Hauser. Also pay attention to the Swedes’ desire for redemption, as they did not perform well in the first match.
2.41pm: The battery of top favorites is full with the Germans wanting to confirm the good things that have emerged in the first week of competitions and the French and Norwegians aiming for the podium.
2.39pm: Ferrer is the athlete who has managed to win in Östersund the most times, five times, just like Norway’s Tora Berger.
2.36pm: The Italians want to return to being champions in the second individual race of the season. For Italy, in addition to Dorothea Ferrer and Lisa Vittuzzi, Samuela Comola, Hannah Ochenthaler and Rebecca Basler will start.
2.33pm: Lisa Vittuzzi’s absence in Wednesday’s relay was felt and Italy, who would have been shooting for victory or at least aiming for a podium finish, were forced to settle for eighth place due to several errors on the shooting range.
2.30pm: The Swedish city usually organizes one competition after another. On the other hand, we are talking about the “great classics”. The capital of Jämtland entered the top pink circuit calendar starting in 1988-89, and has become a fixture since the 2000s, having also staged two World Cups (2008, 2019).
2.27pm: After Lisa Vettuzzi’s victory in the singles competition last week, today is the first race day of the season with the Italians still wanting to be champions in a context they particularly love.
2.25pm: Good morning and welcome to the live broadcast of the women’s 7.5km sprint scheduled in Östersund, the opening race of the second stage of the 2023-2024 Women’s World Cup.
Start menu, programme, times, TV and live stream of the Oestersund women’s race – Italian national team of Östersund – Women’s World Cup classification – Women’s stage presentation in Östersund
Good morning and welcome to the live broadcast of the women’s 7.5 km sprint race scheduled in Östersund, the opening race of the second stage of the Women’s World Cup 2023-2024.. After Lisa Vettuzzi’s victory in the singles competition last week, today is the first race day of the season with the Italians still wanting to be champions in a context they particularly love. The Swedish city usually organizes one competition after another. On the other hand, let’s talk about one “Great classic”. The capital of Jämtland entered the top pink circuit calendar starting in 1988-89, and has become a fixture since the 2000s, having also staged two World Cups (2008, 2019).
Lisa Vittuzzi’s absence from Wednesday’s relay race was felt and Italy, who would have been gunning for victory or at least aiming for a podium finish, had to settle for eighth place due to several errors on the shooting range. The Italians want to return to being champions in the second individual race of the season. For Italy, in addition Dorothea Wierer and Lisa Fitozzithey will be at the beginning Samuela Comola, Hannah Ochenthaler, Rebecca Bassler. Wierer is the athlete who has managed to win in Oestersund the most times, five times, just like Norwegian Tora Berger.
The list of top favorites has been filled with the Germans wanting to confirm the good things seen in the first week of competitions and the French and Norwegians aiming to take the podium. Obviously keep an eye on Julia Simone across the Alps but also Justin Brezzaz Who actually won over this snow. Among those who achieved the mark in Östersund initially there was also the Norwegian Ingrid Lande Tandrevold and Austrian Lisa-Theresa Hauser. Also pay attention to the Swedes’ desire for redemption, as they did not perform well in the first match.
OA Sport brings you the live broadcast of the women’s 7.5 km sprint race scheduled in Östersund, valid for the 2023-2024 Women’s World Cup stage, scheduled today, Friday 1 December, at 2.45 pm.. Have fun with our real-time live broadcast!
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