Biathlon today in the live ticker: The men’s sprint in Hochfilzen on Thursday

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Biathlon: Arnd Peiffer returns to the World Cup.

© picture alliance/dpa | Hendrik Schmidt

The 2020/21 Biathlon World Cup will continue on Thursday with a men’s sprint in Hochfilzen. Arnd Peiffer returns to the German team, which goes into the race with confidence. chiemgau24.de is in the live ticker today.

Hochfilzen – The World Cup 2020/21 in biathlon will stop for the last time in the 2020 calendar year, again Hochfilzen Venue. The last biathlon world cup of the year starts with one Men’s sprint on Thursday at 2:15 p.m. chiemgau24.de is today from 1:45 p.m. in Liveticker with it.

Out German point of view then many eyes stand up Arnd Peiffer. The world and Olympic champion had to leave the first of two World Cups in Hochfilzen, Austria, prematurely for private reasons and did not take part in any of the three competitions last weekend.

Biathlon today in the live ticker: Good mood in the German team

For the second World Cup weekend in Hochfilzen, the 33-year-old will be there again and will go into the last sprint of the year with good prospects. After his second place in the Kontiolahti sprint, Peiffer counted over on Thursday 10 kilometers with two shooting bouts to the co-favorites.

The mood in the German team is good ahead of the fourth Biathlon World Cup on the 2020/21 calendar. Last Sunday, the German men convinced with a podium finish in the second men’s relay of the 2020/21 biathlon season and showed as a team a complete performance.

Biathlon today in the live ticker: Six German men in Hochfilzen at the start

In addition to Peiffer, Benedikt Doll, Johannes Kühn, Erik Lesser, Roman Rees and Philipp Horn compete for the German Ski Association in Hochfilzen. The results of the sprint on Thursday are then also the starting point for the pursuer, who will run on Saturday. Here is the start list

In addition to sprint and pursuit, there are also for the first time in Hochfilzen Mass starts on the program. The men’s and men’s pursuit will run on Saturday, the mass starts on Sunday.

Biathlon: Here you can find all the dates for the second World Cup in Hochfilzen

Biathlon: The German men’s squad for the 2020/21 season

(from left): Benedikt Doll, Arnd Peiffer, Philipp Horn and Erik Lesser won the bronze medal in the relay at the 2020 Biathlon World Cup in Antholz and are also part of the German team in the 2020/21 season. © picture alliance/Hendrik Schmidt/dpa
Arnd Peiffer: Date of birth: March 18, 1987;  Ski club: WSV Clausthal-Zellerfeld;  Greatest successes: Olympic champion 2018 in sprint, world champion 2011 in sprint, world champion 2019 in individual;  Placement in the overall World Cup of the 2019/20 season: 11.
Arnd Peiffer: Date of birth: March 18, 1987; Ski club: WSV Clausthal-Zellerfeld; Greatest successes: Olympic champion 2018 in sprint, world champion 2011 in sprint, world champion 2019 in individual; Placement in the overall World Cup of the 2019/20 season: 11. © picture alliance/Hendrik Schmidt/dpa
Benedikt Doll: Date of birth: March 24, 1990;  Ski club: SZ Breitnau;  Greatest successes: world champion in sprint 2017, bronze medal at the 2018 Olympics in pursuit and relay;  Placement in the overall World Cup of the 2019/20 season: 8.
Benedikt Doll: Date of birth: March 24, 1990; Ski club: SZ Breitnau; Greatest successes: world champion in sprint 2017, bronze medal at the 2018 Olympics in pursuit and relay; Placement in the overall World Cup of the 2019/20 season: 8. © picture alliance/Matthias Balk/dpa
Philipp Horn: Date of birth: November 8, 1994;  Ski club: SV Eintracht Frankenhain;  Greatest successes: bronze medal at the 2020 World Cup with the relay, German champion in the mass start 2018;  Placement in the overall World Cup of the 2019/20 season: 18.
Philipp Horn: Date of birth: November 8, 1994; Ski club: SV Eintracht Frankenhain; Greatest successes: bronze medal at the 2020 World Cup with the relay, German champion in the mass start 2018; Placement in the overall World Cup of the 2019/20 season: 18. © picture alliance / Sven Hoppe / dpa
Johannes Kühn: Date of birth: November 19, 1991; Ski club: WSV Reit im Winkl; Greatest successes: Junior World Champion 2010 in sprint, German champion 2018 in sprint; Placement in the overall World Cup of the 2019/20 season: 13.
Johannes Kühn: Date of birth: November 19, 1991; Ski club: WSV Reit im Winkl; Greatest successes: Junior World Champion 2010 in sprint, German champion 2018 in sprint; Placement in the overall World Cup of the 2019/20 season: 13. © picture alliance/Matthias Balk/dpa
Erik Lesser: Date of birth: May 17, 1988; Ski club: SV Eintracht Frankenhain; Greatest successes: world champion in the pursuit 2015, world champion in the 2015 relay, silver medal in the individual at the 2014 Olympics; Placement in the overall World Cup for the 2019/20 season: 59.
Erik Lesser: Date of birth: May 17, 1988; Ski club: SV Eintracht Frankenhain; Greatest successes: world champion in the pursuit 2015, world champion in the 2015 relay, silver medal in the individual at the 2014 Olympics; Placement in the overall World Cup for the 2019/20 season: 59. © picture alliance/Hendrik Schmidt/dpa
Philipp Nawrath: Date of birth: February 13, 1993; Ski club: SK Nesselwang; Greatest successes: Junior World Champion in the 2014 season; Placement in the overall World Cup for the 2019/20 season: 38.
Philipp Nawrath: Date of birth: February 13, 1993; Ski club: SK Nesselwang; Greatest successes: Junior World Champion in the 2014 season; Placement in the overall World Cup for the 2019/20 season: 38. © picture alliance/Matthias Balk/dpa
Lucas Fratzscher: Date of birth: July 6th, 1994; Ski club: WSV Oberhof 05; Greatest successes: German champion in the 2018 and 2019 relay, overall winner in the IBU Cup 2020; Placement in the overall World Cup of the 2019/20 season: –
Lucas Fratzscher: Date of birth: July 6th, 1994; Ski club: WSV Oberhof 05; Greatest successes: German champion in the 2018 and 2019 relay, overall winner in the IBU Cup 2020; Placement in the overall World Cup of the 2019/20 season: – © picture alliance / Hendrik Schmidt / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa
Simon Schempp: Date of birth: 11/14/1988; Ski club: SZ Uhingen; Greatest successes: world champion in mass start 2017, silver medal in mass start at the 2018 Olympics; Relay World Champion 2010, 2015 and 2017; Placement in the overall World Cup for the 2019/20 season: 41.
Simon Schempp: Date of birth: 11/14/1988; Ski club: SZ Uhingen; Greatest successes: world champion in mass start 2017, silver medal in mass start at the 2018 Olympics; Relay World Champion 2010, 2015 and 2017; Placement in the overall World Cup for the 2019/20 season: 41. © picture alliance / Hendrik Schmidt / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa
Roman Rees: Date of birth: March 1, 1993; Ski club: SV Schauinsland; Greatest successes: Vice World Champion in the 2019 season, Junior World Champion in the 2014 season; Placement in the overall World Cup for the 2019/20 season: 63.
Roman Rees: Date of birth: March 1, 1993; Ski club: SV Schauinsland; Greatest successes: Vice World Champion in the 2019 season, Junior World Champion in the 2014 season; Placement in the overall World Cup for the 2019/20 season: 63. © picture alliance / Sven Hoppe / dpa

Go from an international point of view numerous favorites in Hochfilzen at the start. At the previous World Cups in the 2020/21 season in biathlon, it was primarily the Norwegians and French, but also the Swede Sebastian Samuelsson is one of the top athletes of the season so far.

Biathlon in Hochfilzen: You can see the second World Cup live on TV, live stream and live ticker

Samuelsson worked his way up to second place in the men’s overall standings and is hot on the heels of World Cup leader Johannes Thingnes Boe. Here you can find the overall ranking of the men.

In the women’s category, Marte Olsbu Roeiseland from Norway has taken the lead in the overall World Cup, replacing Hanna Öberg from Sweden. Here you can see the intermediate result in the overall women’s World Cup

While the men start the Hochfilzen World Cup on Thursday, it starts for the women on Friday. Then a sprint is also on the program.

spectator are not allowed at the last World Cup of the biathlon season, and the athletes are subject to a strict hygiene concept. Top sport has not yet been affected by the lockdown that was imposed in Germany.

Those: chiemgau24.de

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