At the Biathlon World Cup in Antholz, the men are contesting their individual competition over 20 kilometers today. SPOX provides you with the information for transmission on TV and live stream.
Ladies first: At the Biathlon World Cup, the women started the individual competition in Antholz on Thursday. Now it is the turn of the gentlemen.
Biathlon live today, men’s singles: date, time, place
The dates in the overview:
|22nd of January||1:15 p.m.||Men’s singles|
|January 23||1:10 p.m.||Mass start of the men|
|January 23||3:05 p.m.||Women’s relay|
|January 24th||12.45 p.m.||Mass start of the women|
|January 24th||3:05 p.m.||Men’s relay|
Biathlon: Men’s singles in Antholz on TV and livestream
The program should start here from around 1:05 p.m.
You can also run the race Eurosport Follow live – not only on TV, but also via DAZN. If you have a subscription to the streaming service, you just have to Eurosport 1-Choose a channel to see the biathletes in action.
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Biathlon: Men’s singles in Antholz today in the live ticker
You are also part of the biathlon today with the live ticker from SPOX. You won’t miss anything there.
The DSV men’s line-up
- Benedikt Doll (SZ Breitnau)
- Arnd Peiffer (WSV Clausthal-Zellerfeld)
- Johannes Kühn (WSV Reit im Winkl)
- Erik Lesser (SV Eintracht Frankenhain)
- Simon Schempp (SZ Uhingen)
- Philipp Horn (SV Eintracht Frankenhain)
- Roman Rees (Schauinsland Ski Association)
- Lucas Fratzscher (WSV Oberhof)
- Johannes Donhauser (SC Ruhpolding)
- Dominic Jewelry (SC Ruhpolding)
Biathlon: Overall Men’s World Cup
The Germans Erik Lesser (11th), Benedikt Doll (12th) and Arnd Peiffer (13th) come directly after the top ten. Roman Rees (37th), Philipp Horn (42nd), Johannes Kühn (44th), Simon Schempp (135th) and Lucas Fratzscher (136th) are behind.
|1||Johannes Thingnes Bö||618|
|2||Sturla Holm Laegreid||564|
|7||Quentin Fillon Maillet||404|