Biathlon’s World Cup 3 starts today at Pokljuka, Slovenia, with the men’s 10K sprint. The current World Cup leader Martin Fourcade will be one of the favourites but local man – Jakov Fak – will certainly do his best to win in his own grounds. Fak was the winner of the last World Cup race (Pursuit, Hochfilzen).
Biathlon – Men Pursuit World Cup 2: Slovenian Jakov Fak Rules
We leave you the full schedule (Times are CET) for this event that you may follow live either on Eurosport International or at Biathlon’s Regulatory Body (IBU) website on: http://eurovision.digotel.com/ibu/index.html
You can check the entry list and the results, when available, by clicking on the last column links.
In the women sprint we believe the battle for 1st place will be pretty much between current World Cup leader – Norwegian Tora Berger – and Belarus lady Darya Domracheva (current runner-up in the overall classification). Nonetheless, Slovenian Teja Gregorin (currently 9th overall) will certainly put up a fight to do her best in front of their home crowd and should not be disregarded from top places.