Biathlon at the Olympics: Norwegian Bo won the individual race, the Ukrainians did not get into the TOP 20

In South Korea’s Pyeongchang hosted the men’s individual race on 20 km

Winning the race was won by the Norwegian Johannes Bo. Second place at the end of the race snatched by the Slovenian Jakov FAK. Third place went to the Austrian Landertinger. There was a good Frenchman Martin Fourcard to the firing lead of the race, but on the fourth turn had two penalties and fell back to fifth place.

From the national team of Ukraine in the first twenty to finish nobody. Best of all made by Artem Tishchenko, who kicked all targets. He took the 29th place. 31 position was occupied by Vladimir Semakov. Pryma Artem ranked 45, and Sergey Semenov finished the race in 53 positions.

Biathlon, individual race, men

1. Johaness Bo (Norway) 1-0-0-1, 48:03,82. Jakov FAK (Slovenia) 0-0-0-0, +5.53. Dominic Landertinger (Austria) 0-0-0-0, +14.2…29. Artem Tyshchenko (Ukraine) 0-0-0-0, +3:11,231. Vladimir Semakov (Ukraine) 0-1-0-0, +3:28,346. Pryma Artem (Ukraine) 1-2-0-1, +4:32,753. Sergey Semenov (Ukraine) 1-0-1-1, +4:54,1

We will remind, earlier ended the women’s individual race.

Also we will add that with medal report can be found here.