Denise Herrmann (center) on the route on the Arber.

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The first decisions were made at the German Biathlon Championships on the Arber in the Bavarian Forest. Denise Herrmann and Erik Lesser won their first championship titles.

Bayerisch Eisenstein – Denise Herrmann and Erik Lesser are German champions in biathlon. On Friday they secured the singles title.

Both German championships in biathlon the first competitions were held on Friday. The gentlemen denied her that morning Single over 15 kilometers with four shooting units, The women carried out their 12.5 kilometer race in the afternoon, also with four shooting bouts.

Biathlon: Hettich wins sprint title, big surprise for the men

Biathlon: Intense fight for the men’s title

Both Men’s developed a exciting race, at the end of it Erik Lesser won the German championship title. After 35: 31.9 minutes and only one shooting error in 20 shots, the 33-year-old won the title.

Just Roman Rees came 2.9 seconds behind Lesser across the finish line, the Black Forest driver also only made one mistake. Third place went to Johannes Donhauser from Ruhpolding, who was also 7.2 seconds short of Lesser with a shooting error.

Biathlon: The result of the men’s singles

Erik Lesser (SV Frankenhain) 35: 31.9 / 1 failure
2. Roman Rees (SV Schauinsland) + 2.9 seconds / 1st
3. Johannes Donhauser (SC Ruhpolding) + 7.2 / 1
4. Marco Groß (SC Ruhpolding) + 42.8 / 1
5. Benedikt Doll (SZ Breitnau) + 43.8 / 3

To the complete result

Biathlon: Herrmann dominates the women’s singles

Both Ladies showed Denise Herrmann especially on the Stretch your skills and won the title over 12.5 kilometers. Despite two shooting errors, the 32-year-old won sovereign in front of Franziska Hildebrand and Vanessa Hinz. Franziska Prussia, most successful German biathlete of the past World Cup season, had to look for four shooting errors content with tenth place.

Biathlon: The German women’s squad for the 2021/22 season

Franziska Preuß, born: March 11th, 1994, Skiclub: SC Haag
Franziska Preuß, born: March 11th, 1994, Skiclub: SC Haag © picture alliance / dpa | Sven Hoppe
Denise Herrmann, born: December 20th, 1988, ski club: WSC Erzgebirge Oberwiesenthal
Denise Herrmann, born: December 20th, 1988, ski club: WSC Erzgebirge Oberwiesenthal © picture alliance / dpa | Sven Hoppe
Vanessa Hinz, born: March 24th, 1992, Skiclub: SC Schliersee
Vanessa Hinz, born: March 24th, 1992, Skiclub: SC Schliersee © picture alliance / dpa | Sven Hoppe
Maren Hammerschmidt, born: October 24th, 1989, ski club: SK Winterberg.
Maren Hammerschmidt, born: October 24th, 1989, ski club: SK Winterberg. © picture alliance/dpa | Martin Schutt
Marion Deigentesch
08767274-28d7-4a0a-a8d0-2f46a6af11ea.jpg © DSV
Karolin Horchler, born: May 9th, 1989, ski club: WSV Clausthal-Zellerfeld
Karolin Horchler, born: May 9th, 1989, ski club: WSV Clausthal-Zellerfeld © picture alliance / dpa | Sven Hoppe
Janina Hettich, born: June 16, 1996, Skiclub: Ski Club Schönwald eV
Janina Hettich, born: June 16, 1996, Skiclub: Ski Club Schönwald eV © picture alliance/dpa | Martin Schutt
Vanessa Voigt, born 07.10.1997, Skiclub: SV Rotterode
Vanessa Voigt, born 07.10.1997, Skiclub: SV Rotterode © German Ski Association

Biathlon: The result of the women’s singles

1. Denise Herrmann (WSC Erzgebirge Oberwiesenthal) 34: 13.8 minutes / 2 errors
2. Franziska Hildebrand (WSV Clausthal-Zellerfeld) + 1: 15.1 minutes / 0
3. Vanessa Hinz (SC Schliersee) + 1:15.5 / 1
4. Anna Weidel (WSV Kiefersfelden) + 2:23.5 / 1
5. Lisa Spark (SC Traunstein) + 2:24.2 / 1

To the complete result

Olympia 2022 in Beijing: The venues for the Olympic Games

Olympia 2022: Ice hockey is played in the “National Indoor Stadium” (foreground). In the background is the “National Stadium”. The opening and closing ceremonies will be held there. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
Olympia 2022: The medal winners will be honored at the “Medals Plaza” in Beijing.
Olympia 2022: The medal winners will be honored at the “Medals Plaza” in Beijing. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
Olympia 2022: The “Zhangjiakou National Ski Jumping Center” hosts the ski jumping and Nordic combined competitions.
Olympia 2022: The “Zhangjiakou National Ski Jumping Center” hosts the ski jumping and Nordic combined competitions. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
Olympia 2022: The finish area of ​​the “Zhangjiakou National Biathlon Center”.  This is where the biathlon competitions at the Olympic Games 2022 in Beijing will be held.
Olympia 2022: The finish area of ​​the “Zhangjiakou National Biathlon Center”. This is where the biathlon competitions at the Olympic Games 2022 in Beijing will be held. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
Olympia 2022: The “Zhangjiakou Genting Snow Park” hosts the snowboard, freestyle, cross-country and Nordic combined competitions.
Olympia 2022: The “Zhangjiakou Genting Snow Park” hosts the snowboard, freestyle, cross-country and Nordic combined competitions. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
Olympia 2022: The “Yanqing National Alpine Skiing Center” is the venue for alpine skiing competitions.
Olympia 2022: The “Yanqing National Alpine Skiing Center” is the venue for alpine skiing competitions. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
Olympia 2022: The “Big Air Shougang” ski jump in Beijing offers a big show, where medals are fought for in freestyle and snowboarding.
Olympia 2022: The “Big Air Shougang” ski jump in Beijing offers a big show, where medals are fought for in freestyle and snowboarding. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
The “Yanqing National Sliding Center” is all about medals in tobogganing, bobsleigh and skeleton.
The “Yanqing National Sliding Center” is all about medals in tobogganing, bobsleigh and skeleton. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
Olympia 2022: Curling is played in the “National Aquatics Center” in Beijing.
Olympia 2022: Curling is played in the “National Aquatics Center” in Beijing. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
Olympia 2022: Ice hockey is also getting down to business in the “Wukesong Sports Center” in Beijing.
Olympia 2022: Ice hockey is also getting down to business in the “Wukesong Sports Center” in Beijing. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
Olympia 2022: The “National Speed ​​Skating Oval” in Beijing is about medals in speed skating.
Olympia 2022: The “National Speed ​​Skating Oval” in Beijing is about medals in speed skating. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
Olympia 2022: In the “Capital Indoor Stadium” medals in short track and figure skating will be awarded.
Olympia 2022: In the “Capital Indoor Stadium” medals in short track and figure skating will be awarded. © Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games

Am Saturday the German Biathlon Championships on the Arber with the Men’s and women’s sprints continued. The men start over 10 kilometers at 11 a.m., followed by the women over 7.5 kilometers at 1.30 p.m.

Also read: Biathlon World Cup 2021/22 – All dates at a glance
Olympia 2022: All biathlon dates of the Beijing Olympics

Finally, on Sunday the pursuit races carried out. The German championships take place as summer biathlon competitions on asphalt.

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