Follow the biathlon competitions live at the scene.
When the men’s and women’s biathlon teams compete in three events each, that means six lots of goosebumps for the spectators. So come to Anterselva and cheer on the world elite in the world of biathlon!
Entirely in keeping with the motto ‘Ladies first’, the biathlon festival kicks off on 21 January 2021 with the women’s individual race. Will it be an outsider or rather a favourite athlete who masters the 15 km distance?
Day two of the 2021 World Cup is devoted wholly to the men’s individual, the Biathlon classic. Five rounds, four shooting ranges: because a whole minute is added on for a missed shot, the biathletes concentrate hard and shoot very carefully along the 20 km-long route.
Only the team that works best together will be the winning team of the relay competition in the end. But which team has chosen the best strategy and can prevail against the other nations? We will know on 23rd January 2021.
The pressure on individual teammates is high because every individual in the relay competition wants to do their very best for the team. On the last day of the Biathlon Wolrd Cup we will see which nation has the strongest female athletes.
Take a look at the detailed map and get an insight into the exact course and the height profiles of the various World Championship competitions.
2,0 KM: Relay w 2,5 KM: Mass Start w - Relay m 3,0 KM: Individual w - Mass Start m 4,0 KM: Individual m
Find out everything you need to know about the World Championships. Let us show you the impressive Südtirol Arena, where the exciting competitions are held, and present the all-round programme in more detail.