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Tarjei Bø, Johannes Thingnes Bø

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Tarjei Bø, Johannes Thingnes Bø

Tarjei Bø, Johannes Thingnes Bø, Vetle Sjåstad Christiansen and Sturla Holm Lægreid were the Norwegian men who had the task of delivering gold in the last joint start race in Nové Město.

Johannes Thingnes Bø was the big favorite at the front, with brother Tarjei and Holm Lægreid as two of the biggest challengers.

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The world champion was obviously satisfied after the gold:

– It has been a wonderful few years for me, and it was a dream to be able to stand alone at the last shooting, he tells TV 2.

Ole Einar Bjørndalen took notice of the Bø brothers, who helped each other at the start of the race where they set the pace from the start.

– We made another small “Bø plan”, which not everyone else was prepared for. It worked well, says Thingnes Bø after the race.

Drama after the finish line

Shortly after Johannes Thingnes Bø crossed the finish line as the supreme winner of the race, German Johannes Kühn fell over the finish line and bled profusely from the face.

The German lay for several minutes in the goal area, before receiving medical help on the spot.

– There is blood here! This does not look good for the German. But we have no idea what has happened, told TV 2’s Ole Kristian Stoltenberg when the images rolled across the screen.

Kühn eventually got to his feet, and was carried out of the goal area with some assistance.

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Now he talks about the situation to TV 2.

– On the last lap I lost contact with the surface and I fell. In the actual fall, the rifle hit me in the head, and after a short while I felt the blood start to flow, he describes.

And continues:

– I don’t quite know where it hit me, but right now I have a bit of a headache. I’ve had better days

Tarjei opened best

Tarjei was the only one of the three Norwegian advance favorites who skated flawlessly on the first shoot. Both Lægreid and Thingnes Bø had to go out in a penalty round.

– There was a lot of trouble here. It was fast at the start, said Ole Einar Bjørndalen about the first shooting.

Despite a miss, Johannes went the fastest in the field, and with a full house in the second shooting, he was in the gold fight, together with his brother, who also skated five out of five flashes.

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Distanced the competitors

Johannes Thingnes Bø came together with his brother, Frenchman Quentin Fillon Maillet and Latvian Andrejs Rastorgujevs were close to the third shooting. When the Frenchman and older brother Bø missed, Johannes could start at the front.

– What a loner, commented Marius Skjelbæk about the Norwegian WC king, who increased and increased his competitors.

– He is a master at staying focused, said Bjørndalen about little brother Bø.

With this victory, Thingnes Bø has 20 WC gold medals, which is a touch on Ole Einar Bjørndalen’s record. It’s something no one thought was possible.

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– It’s music. Now he has touched you! It shouldn’t have been possible, Skjelbæk told colleague Bjørndalen.

– It is simply raw, said expert Petter Northug.

Rastorgujevs and Fillon Mallet took the other two podium places. Tarjei Bø eventually came fourth.

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