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Shipulin takes pursuit honours in Slovenia
Anton Shipulin of Russia won the biathlon World Cup men's 12.5km pursuit in Pokljuka, Slovenia, on Saturday, as Olympic champion Martin Fourcade of France, could only finish seventh.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Bangor Daily News
Two U.S. experts say competition in Presque Isle shows how far biathlon has come
Throughout the seven days of competition at the IBU Youth/Junior World Biathlon Championships in northern Maine this week, scores of fans here and millions more in Europe have tracked the hundreds of athletes thanks to live streaming satellite video technology.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Doherty takes silver in world biathlon youth individual race
No gold for New Hampshire's Sean Doherty in the youth men's 12.5-kilometer individual race of the IBU biathlon world championships at the Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle on Tuesday.
The Miami Herald
Norwegian biathlete Bjoerndalen won't retire yet
Clara Botero works carries a tray of her cookies at Commercial Kitchen 305, where she bakes her organic treats for sale online and to local establishments.
WNFL-AM Green Bay
Bjoerndalen delays retirement for 2016 worlds bid
Norwegian biathlete Ole Einar Bjoerndalen, who won a record 13th Winter Olympics medal in Sochi last month just weeks after his 40th birthday, has delayed plans to retire and will compete for another two years, he told tabloid VG on Tuesday.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Bangor Daily News
U.S. Olympian wins second gold medal at youth world championships in Presque Isle
America Sean Doherty captured his second gold medal of the International Biathlon Union Youth/Junior World Championships with a first-place finish in the youth men's 10-kilometer pursuit Sunday at the Nordic Heritage Center.
Maine boy skiing on the fast track
Kamran Husain, 16, a Fort Kent Community High School sophomore, leaves the shooting range and heads up course while competing Friday in the youth men's 7.5-kilometer sprint in the IBU Biathlon Youth/Junior World Championships in Presque Isle.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Junior biathlon world championships kick off in Presque Isle
Biathlon is by far the most popular winter sport in Europe, with huge crowds filling stadiums and more than 500 million television viewers each season.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
critical Olympic traits
That elusive factor that everyone strives for but few can conjure up at will. The fallacy is thinking that someone else can give it to us.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Editorial: Resilient competitors praised
Women's biathlon relay wasn't the buzzword sport before the Sochi Games commenced a 17-day run three weeks ago.
Bangor Daily News
Maine Olympian Currier ready to resume World Cup biathlon schedule
Russell Currier competes in the men's 4x7.5km relay during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games at Laura Cross-Country Ski and Biathlon Center.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
North County Public Radio
Nancie Battaglia: A photographer's Olympics
After months of anticipation, and weeks of dramatic competition, the 2014 Winter Olympic Games are officially over.
5 things I'll never forget about Sochi
CBC Montreal sports anchor Douglas Gelevan joins the broadcast team for Sochi 2014 as a field reporter for coverage from the Mountain Cluster, the venue for skiing and sliding sports.
Bj rndalen shoots down Olympic records in biathlon
When it comes to the greatest Winter Olympians of all time, you can usually count their medal totals on two hands.
Sochi Olympics are a measured success for US
Maybe the USOC should have tossed Vic Wild a few more bucks when he was snowboarding in White Salmon, Wash., so he wouldn't be tempted to slalom for rubles for the Motherland.
Top 10 Olympic moments: The good, bad ... never forget
The people make them. The athletes, primarily, but also the volunteers, the residents and organizers; sometimes regardless of what organizations and governments do, sometimes because of what organizations and governments do.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
10 magic moments during the Sochi Games 2014
Sochi: As 16-day long Sochi Winter Olympics came to an end yesterday, we list 10 magic moments from the Games: Russia's Vic Wild & wife Alena Zavarzina celebrate their snowboard parallel giant slalom wins at the Extreme Park on Wednesday.
The Sochi Awards: Ole, Ole, Ole, Ole
Ole Einar Bjoerndalen became the most-successful Winter Olympian in history after winning the opening sprint event and then taking gold in the Biathlon mixed relay.
Did Russia Really Win the Sochi Medal Count?
Belarusian gold medalist Darya Domracheva , Czech silver medalist Gabriela Soukalova , and Norwegian bronze medalist Tiril Eckhoff celebrate after the women's biathlon in Sochi.