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Biathlon: Season-best World Cup finish for Poland's Hojnisz

11.01.2021 07:45
Poland’s top biathlete Monika Hojnisz-Staręga came in sixth in the women’s 10 km pursuit race in Oberhof, Germany at the weekend, notching up her best World Cup finish this season.
Monika Hojnisz-Staręga.
Monika Hojnisz-Staręga.Photo: PAP/EPA/ANTONIO BAT

The 29-year-old Pole hit 19 of 20 targets and finished 38.4 seconds behind third-placed Lisa Theresa Hauser of Austria, and 1 minute 21.4 seconds behind the winner, Tiril Eckhoff of Norway.

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Clean-shooting Marte Olsbu Roeiseland of Norway took second place in Oberhof on Saturday.

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Poland’s Kamila Żuk, a two-time world junior champion who is still learning the ropes of Biathlon World Cup racing, finished 42nd, with four missed targets.

Hojnisz-Staręga is a leading light of Polish biathlon after several teammates retired from competitive sports in recent years.

She finished 12th in the overall World Cup standings in the previous season.

In December 2018, she came in runner-up in the women’s 15 km individual race in Pokljuka, Slovenia, earning her best-ever World Cup finish.

German Michael Greis in 2019 took over as head coach of Poland’s women’s biathlon team to replace Ukrainian Nadiya Bilova.

Biathlon is an Olympic winter sport that combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting.

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Source: Polsat Sport, PAPbiathlonworld.com