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Fourteenth Winter | Hebei team won the final championship of biathlon – Xinhuanet Inner Mongolia Channel

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Hebei Team Wins Biathlon Mixed Relay Championship at National Winter Games

The 14th National Winter Games concluded its biathlon competition with the exciting final of the open group mixed relay (4X6 kilometers) held at Liangcheng Ski Resort in Ulanqab City, Inner Mongolia on February 23. The Hebei team emerged victorious, clocking in at 1 hour, 12 minutes, 38 seconds and 9 seconds to claim the championship title. The Liaoning team and Inner Mongolia team secured the runner-up and third place, respectively. With this win, all 11 gold medals in the biathlon competition have now been awarded.

In the mixed relay race, each team consists of two men and two women, with each member skating 6 kilometers and taking two shooting rounds. Athletes are allowed to use 5 rounds of ammunition and 3 spare rounds per shot. If they fail to hit the target even after using the spare rounds, they must complete an additional lap on the 150-meter penalty track.

Seven teams competed in the finals, with the Liaoning team’s Tang Jialin taking the lead in the first leg, giving his team a 29-second advantage. Hebei team’s Chu Yuanmeng then showcased exceptional shooting and skating skills in the second leg, helping his team overtake Liaoning and secure a lead of 24.8 seconds.

The final showdown between Hebei’s Yan Xingyuan and Liaoning’s Cheng Fangming saw both athletes making mistakes during the shooting process. However, Yan Xingyuan maintained his composure and utilized the team’s strong performance in the earlier legs to clinch the victory for Hebei.

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Reflecting on the win, Yan Xingyuan praised his teammates for their outstanding performance and expressed his belief that their success at the Winter Games will serve as motivation for young players to excel in the sport.

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