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Holmenkollen 2024: race schedule for the seventh stage of the Biathlon World Cup and where to watch

ByИван Дунаев

Feb 27, 2024

 Holmenkollen 2024: race schedule for the seventh stage of the Biathlon World Cup and where to watch

This will be the first stage of the Biathlon World Cup after the continental and planetary championships.

February 29 – March 3, the seventh stage of the Biathlon World Cup 2023/24 will take place in Holmenkollen, Norway.

The competition program of this stage includes individual races, mass starts, as well as single and classic mixed relays.

The stage in Holmenkollen will be the first after the European and World Championships, which took place in the Slovakian Brezno-Osrbly and the Czech Republic. The place is accordingly.

A total of nine stages of the Biathlon World Cup are planned this season. The eighth stage will take place in Salt Lake City (USA) on March 8 – 10, and the current campaign will end on March 14 – 17 with a stage in Canmore, Canada.

Race schedule for the seventh stage of the Biathlon World Cup

February 29

15:15 – Individual race, 15 km, women

March 1

15:15 – Individual race, 20 km, men

March 2

14:20 – Mass start, 12.5 km, women

16:20 – Mass start, 15 km, men

March 3

13:45 – Single mixed relay

15:45 – Mixed relay

Where to watch the Biathlon World Cup races

On the territory of Ukraine, all Biathlon World Cup races will be broadcast on the Suspilne Sport website, as well as on local Suspilne Broadcasting channels (Suspilne Kiev, Suspilne Poltava, etc.).

You can also watch the races on the online platform televisionKyivstar TVon the Suspilne Kyiv channel. And using the promotional code TSNUA, get premium access to the film and television platform for 7 days.

Overall standings of the Biathlon World Cup

Based on the results of six stages of the Biathlon World Cup For biathlon 2023/24, the leader of the men's overall standings is Norwegian Johannes Bjo (806 points), the current owner of the Big Crystal Globe. His closest pursuers are Norwegians Johannes Dahle (714 points) and Tarja Bjo (708 points).

In the women's classification, first place is occupied by Norwegian Ingrid-Landmark Tandrevold (719 points). In second position is the Frenchwoman Justine Brezat-Boucher (689 points). The top 3 is completed by Italian Lisi Vittozzi (671 points).

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