First career podium for Chloé Chevalier, four French women in the top 10… Relive the sprint with us

3:52pm: Caroline Colombo at the L’Equipe microphone

In 8th place: “I want to do things quietly, serenely. I have nothing to lose today. »

At the Blue level? “Sportsly, we really have a solid team. Cool, we pulled away, Julia did but behind her it grew too. »

15:45 : We’ll wait for the flower ceremony and presentation of the medals before hearing the other declas.

3:37pm: Yes Caroline Colombo who slammed into 8th place! So we’re going to have four girls in today’s top 10, heavy, very heavy.

3:35 p.m.: Chloé Chevalier makes us love L’Equipe channel mics

“Upon arrival I was in another world. I almost cried. I don’t know what to say, I’m so happy! In the relay I did a great race and I missed doing it just for me, I had a good feeling. But this morning I was stressed, I just couldn’t believe it. But once at the start line it all goes away, poof! Sorry, I speak, I speak. »

3:30pm: 9/10 for Caroline Colombo, that’s great!

15:27 : Note, as my friend William said, that second place Chloé Chevalier was good for Julia Simon, who limited the damage today when she saw Elvira Oeberg fall one place. For the general, there are no small victories.

15:23 : It’s a shame because Chloé Chevalier led in all intermediates, the victory, the first of her career, reached her. But we will not be picky, the podium is already very beautiful. You only need to see her brother’s emotions to be convinced.

15:21: SECOND PLACE, YES KIDS!!! Less than three seconds from Dorothea Wierer, who must have been terrified.

15:20 : Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet, the older sister, who was crying, was so beautiful!

15:19 : It’s Chloe’s time! The entire French team went through this to the fullest, checking the lap times. He’ll do it gozzzzzzzz

3:18 p.m.: Move 3.5 seconds ahead of the last intermediate at the top of the hill, well done, kid!

3:16pm: Popopopo but a monster that skis too! This case is perfect for Chloé Chevalier.

15:15 : Honestly, we didn’t see that coming! Well after that he vraaaaaaaaime took his time for a standing shot but on arrival it paid off.


15:08: Chloé Chevalier leads her little race in a relaxed manner, she leads in time despite a bib of 60. We’ll follow that carefully. If he gave us 10/10, why not!

15:04 : Come on, it’s over, Julia Simon fell from the podium.

15:02: Lou Jeanmonnot crossed the finish line in fourth place, two seconds behind Julia Simon. But the two Frenchwomen would not stay in the spot as Wierer arrived on the underside of the ball.

2:59pm: Elvira Oberg takes the lead at the finish, Julia Simon, 3rd, now in the ejection seat. He paid cash for his two offenses today.

14:58 : Even though it’s 10/10, Hanna Oeberg arrives behind Julia Simon.

14:56 : Don’t we believe in the podium for Lou Jeanmonnot, who is fourth and very strong on skis? Yes of course.

14:56 : 10/10 to Dorothea Wierer who will also play for the win.

2:55pm: Ahhhhh botched standing mistake for Lou Jeanmonno!

2:52pm: 10/10 FOR ELVRIA OEBERG! The Swede, who wasn’t even sure about starting this race due to a small virus he had been dragging around for a week, took over the reins of the race.

14:51 : Hanna Oeberg is better than Julia Simon at 4/5.

2:50pm: 5/5 to Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet for his first visit to the launch pad.

14:49: Well, he’s limiting damage while he’s skiing. She is still in first place, 2.5 seconds ahead of Batovska and 3.7 seconds over Wierer.

2:48 p.m.: NOOOOOOOOOOOOO JULIA! Two-round penalty for the Frenchwoman after this standing shot.

2:47pm: Perfect for Lou Jeanmon who came in 5th in this sprint! A true sniper, as we said.

2:46pm: Popopopo four fumbles (and four barge turns) for Tandrevold! Thank you for coming… It will be troublesome in the general standings, he is currently fourth.

2:45 pm: Elvira Öberg who came off her first shot was 17 seconds behind Julia Simon when she also slammed at 5/5.

14:44 : A little report on Lou Jeanmonnot, the youngest of the French team to have achieved a podium finish at the World Cup.

2:41pm: Go there 5/5 fingers on the nose for Julia! So here he is leading this sprint because he is having the best time skiing.

2:40 p.m : Julia Simon arrives on the launch pad as the best skier of this first leg. But be careful all the same because the wind just blew.

2:40 p.m : The 3/5 jojo notes for Lisa Vittozzi in front of her crowd.

14:38 : Very clean clean half for Anna Magnusson, first with the number 1 bib to present herself for a prone shot. And Tandrevold continues right behind with him also lying 5/5.

14:36 : Note that the World Cup takes a break at the end of this 6th stage in Antholz to make way for Oberhof Worlds, from 8 to 19 February.

14:33 : It’s Julia Simon’s turn to head out in the World Cup leader’s gorgeous yellow bib!

2:31 p.m. TUT TUT THAT GO!

We’ll leave the biathletes drop by drop to take a look at Nicolas’ interesting paper on the future fluoride ban, which was constantly postponed due to problems with the equipment that should detect speed on skis.

14:28 : Heavy pile of snow over Antholz today, a change from last week in Germany.

2:20 p.m : We hope today’s new podium to get the week off to a good start. In the midst of it right now, Julia Simon is definitely one of our candidates today, but we’ll also be keeping our eye on the sprint of young Lou Jeanmonnot, the head marksman in his prime at 22 years old.

14:15: Salooooooooooo biathlix!

Nice to see you again for another World Cup weekend. Today we are broadcasting live from Antholz-Anterselva, the highest point of the competition from a peak of 1600 meters.

9am: Hello biathlix!

We set off for the glorious Julia Simon race, finally we hoped. The Biathlon World Cup leader takes care of the mystical resort of Antholz and its special conditions to continue to build on its lead in the competition. Julia is 151 points clear of Elvira Oeberg and, if she manages to dig deep this week, she could start dreaming of a big crystal ball, a year after Quentin Fillon-Maillet. Just be careful: in the sprint, the advantage of the Swede, who is second in the classification of specialties behind Denise Herrmann (where Simon is only 4th). Among other French women, we also expect a lot from Anaïs Chevalier, who has not always been consistent, and Lou Jeanmonot, who was brilliant in Ruhpolding.

» Start of the live broadcast at 14:30.

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