Martin Fourcade captures his second gold of the PyeongChang Games. Martin Fourcade overcame two missed targets and a tumble after his first penalty loop to beat German's Simon Schempp in a dramatic photo finish to win the men's 15km mass start SundayÂ at the Alpensia Biathlon Centre in PyeongChang, South Korea. The Frenchman captured his first gold medal in the mass start after grabbing silver in each of the past two Winter Olympics.
The gold is Norway's 11th cross-country skiing medal of the PyeongChang Games. It came down to Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo and Denis Spitsov. Klaebo outskied Spitsov, an Olympic Athlete from Russia, in the final 10 kilometers to capture gold for Norway in the men’s 4x10km relay Sunday at the Alpensia Cross-Country Centre in PyeongChang, South Korea. More specifically, Klaebo pulled away from Spitsov in the final 1.73 kilometers and had enough time to grab Norway's flag as he crossed the finish line.
This is the first event in PyeongChang Laura Dahlmeier didn't reach the podium. Kuzmina hit 19 of 20 targets and won the women's 12.5-kilometer mass start on Saturday night by 18.8 seconds over silver medalist Darya Domracheva from Belarus. Norway's Tiril Eckhoff won the bronze medal. Germany's Laura Dahlmeier was the favorite in the event and a two-time Olympic champion already, but she struggled with two misses and finished in 16th place.
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