The best, or rather All of the Best, get to the end. The men’s mass start closes the Antholz Biathlon World Cup 2019. What more could your biathlon heart desire?
In this mass start, the shared start and the varied shooting will ensure a fitting conclusion to the World Cup. This discipline also offers a last chance for biathletes to move towards the front. This was memorably demonstrated by Martin Fourcade of France in the 2018 World Cup, landing in second place for both sprint and pursuit.
Filled with drive, on the final day of the World Cup Fourcade mustered all his strength one more time. Although the leading position changed throughout the race, the Frenchman reached the finishing line in first place. Second and third places went to the Norwegians Tarjei Bø and Erlend Bjøntegaard. Dominik Windisch secured a top-ten place for the host country coming in 8th place. Have you any idea who is likely to stand out from the crowd in the 2019 World Cup?