In the end, Lisa Hauser took only eighth place, but she was happy with the third place in the World Cup as a whole.
Lisa houses She wasted her chance to win the World Cup in the biathlon season finale in Oslo on Sunday by missing her 20th shot. 28-year-old Tyrolean was in the lead in the final group start race of over 12.5km at Holmenkollen until the last standing stage, but in the end Hauser was only eighth, 15.4 seconds behind winner Justin Brisaz-Boucher. (FRA) out. This came after two missed shots in 35:20.8 minutes.
“Obviously the last shot today hurts a bit,” Hauser said in one. “Of course, I wish I had finished the podium again and had a really good starting position.” ÖSV-emission. “The fact that I missed that last shot is a bit bittersweet.”
But Hauser was happy with the third place in the World Cup. The world champion in the mass start the year before had never had such a good budget over the course of an entire season as after this Olympic season. Dunga Zdok was the second Austrian to reach the 18th place.
The joy of third-placed Hauser outweighed the disappointment of the knockout to finish the season. “The big goal today was to defend the third place in the World Cup in general. It made me a little nervous at the end, because I asked about it a lot and I knew Hanna (Öberg, NB) is very strong. That third place in the World Cup as a whole now Just a dream “.
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