Russian biathletes won the relay at the World Cup


The Russian men’s team won the relay race at the Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding, Germany.

Our team included Karim Khalili, Alexander Loginov, Maxim Tsvetkov and Daniil Serokhvostov. They covered a distance of 4×7.5 km in 1 hour 11 minutes 6.1 seconds, using four additional cartridges. The second place was taken by Germany, the Belarusians closed the top three. By the way, the Russians won the relay for the first time in three years. Our previous success was celebrated in 2019 in Oberhof (Germany), when Loginov, Tsvetkov and Evgeny Garanichev with Dmitry Malyshko took gold.

Recall that the KM stage in Ruhpolding will end on Sunday with the pursuit race for women (10 kilometers) and men (12.5 km).