The next major Biathlon competition to be held will be the World Championships at Nove Mesto, Czech Republic.
Events will go on for 10 days with the following schedule (Times in CET). Current World Title Holders are shown in last column. Column before that allows for direct link to IBU’s website starting lists and results of each event.
|Date||Start time||Distance||Discipline||Category||Title Holder|
|07.02.||17:30||2×6+2×7.5 km||Relay||Mixed||Start List / Results||Norway|
|09.02.||13:00||10 km||Sprint||Men||Start List / Results||Martin Fourcade|
|09.02.||16:15||7.5 km||Sprint||Women||Start List / Results||Magdalena Neuner|
|10.02.||13:00||12.5 km||Pursuit||Men||Start List / Results||Martin Fourcade|
|10.02.||16:15||10 km||Pursuit||Women||Start List / Results||Darya Domracheva|
|13.02.||17:15||15 km||Individual||Women||Start List / Results||Tora Berger|
|14.02.||17:15||20 km||Individual||Men||Start List / Results||Jakov Fak|
|15.02.||17:15||4×6 km||Relay||Women||Start List / Results||Germany|
|16.02.||15:15||4×7.5 km||Relay||Men||Start List / Results||Norway|
|17.02.||12:00||12.5 km||Mass Start||Women||Start List / Results||Martin Fourcade|
|17.02.||15:00||15 km||Mass Start||Men||Start List / Results||Tora Berger|
With the exception of Magdalena Neuner that retired last season, all other holders will have the chance to defend their titles.
Current World Cup leaders Martin Fourcade (France) and Tora Berger (Norway) seem to be in pretty good shape to do so and extend even more their lead since World Championships points count for World Cup’s classification.
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