The praise came from qualified sources. “He did it admirably, and that gives a good wind. He proved he belongs on the team. That was a good move,” said ZDF expert Laura Dallmeier.
What he meant was Justus Strelow: The 25-year-old was surprisingly the best German in the sprint in ninth and created a good position for the chaser on Sunday.
As the sole skier of the German Ski Federation (DSV), Strelow lived up to expectations in the impressive victory for Bö – and incidentally also the base for his home world championships in Oberhof. He was happy in return after the best result of his career.
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“Das freut mich, dass ich vor so einer tollen Kulisse mein bestes Rennen gemacht habe. Es hat Spaß gemacht”, sagte Strelow, zuletzt in Kontiolahti schon 13. Dass er sich damit das begehrte WM-Ticket sicherte, sei “sehr wichtig und sehr Good”.
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Roman Reis (2 losses) ranked 30 and David Zobel (3) were disappointed after their recent strong performances in Kontiolahti. Ranked 56th, Zobel had to shudder for a long time around the pursuer at 12.5 km. Two months before the home title fights, this was my first small setback. The German men’s team can already make amends in the 4×7.5km relay on Saturday.
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