Johannes Boe winner in Oslo, Fillon Maillet 7th
Unsurprisingly, winner of all the sprints of the season, the Norwegian Johannes Boe (9/10 in shooting) won in front of his public in 25’13″00 the 10 km sprint of the World Cup, Thursday in Oslo (Norway) He is ahead of Sweden’s Martin Ponsiluoma (10/10) at 23”9 and Germany’s Benedikt Doll (10/10) at 28”9.
“The objective was shooting where I managed a 10/10. On the other hand, it was complicated on the skis »
As for Quentin Fillon Maillet, back in competition, after missing three races because of the Covid, he finished seventh at 56”6. “I gave the maximum, remarks the winner of the Globe 2022 at the microphone of the L’Équipe channel. I am satisfied. The objective was shooting where I managed a 10/10. On the other hand, it was complicated on the skis. I have no regrets. But Boe, the Covid did not handicap him. When I don’t have races for a while I need a warm up, so hopefully this race will get me in shape for the weekend. »
Antonin Guigonnat (10/10) finishes thirteenth at 1’15″5, Fabien Claude (9/10) nineteenth at 1’26″5, Éric Perrot (8/10) fiftieth at 2’27″6 and Oscar Lombardot (8/10) sixty-eighth at 2’55″9.