The Norwegian won the Pokljuka sprint despite one penalty 48.1 seconds ahead of his brother Tarjei Bö (0 penalties). Salzburg’s Simon Eder reported back with a flawless shot, 14th place and a solid starting position for today’s pursuit race (2:45 p.m.). “It was really hard to run, my lungs were on fire at the finish line. Otherwise it was a great race for me,” said Eder.
Today the motto is “ladies first”. At 11.30 a.m. the pursuit of the women begins, in which Lisa Hauser wants to blow the charge to catch up. The Tyrolean starts 13th in Thursday’s sprint.
The Golden Eagle is within reach
Granerud will no longer be able to take the advantage
Klaebo is alone in the Tour de Ski
Mediocrity must not become a dead end
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