Finland wants to continue mink breeding: further torture thanks to vaccination

An end to mink breeding by Corona? Apparently not in Finland, where people are even hoping for a profitable upswing.

Can animal cruelty continue in Finland thanks to a special vaccine for mink? Photo: Ritzau Scanpix / reuters

Waiting for the vaccine, that also applies to fur farmers in Finland. A special vaccine for mink should be ready for use in a few months. If vaccination of the population is likely to reduce the risk of infections between humans and animals over the next few months, the industry hopes to be completely off the hook with the mink vaccine.

Finnish animal rights activists had expected that with the mass outbreak of Corona in the Danish stables, the virus mutations, the slaughter of millions of animals and the breeding bans in Denmark and the Netherlands, the final end of the controversial breed would also come in their own country.

The animal welfare organization “Oikeutta eläimille” started a collection of signatures in November and asked the Finnish government to follow the Danish example. “Corona is the last nail in the coffin of this branch”, expected Mai Kivelä, a member of the Reichstag on the left: “Now everyone has to realize that mink breeding has no future.”

But these hopes were probably premature. The breeders were helped by the fact that there have not yet been any comparable corona outbreaks in Finland. To which the relatively low infection rate among the Finnish population from the beginning of the pandemic may have contributed as well as the lack of spatial concentration of the farms compared to Denmark.

Industry dreams of doubling production

An additional argument against possible hasty decisions was given to the industry by the radical measures taken by the Danish government, which soon revealed the lack of a legal basis. And sitting out the corona crisis promises to be worthwhile: Finland’s mink breeding could profit economically from the end of European competition and dreams of doubling production.

But the industry is not quite there yet. The food authority has ordered that if there is a single positive result, the entire herd must be slaughtered. The insemination of the females begins in March, the pups are born in May and June. Then the animals are more susceptible to infections, the risk is greatest in autumn. But by then one hopes to be through with the vaccination.

Even if there has not yet been a political majority in favor of a breeding ban: A major corona outbreak in the stables could change that quickly. Finland is the only European country besides Iceland where the 14-day incidence has been kept below 100, currently it is 78.4. Prime Minister Sanna Marin would certainly not jeopardize her so far successful strategy out of consideration for mink breeding.

Majority of the population for long-term ban

Fur farming has a 100-year-old tradition in Finland and is an important economic factor in some municipalities with almost 800 farms, on which around 5,000 jobs depend. However, the industry does not enjoy much support from the general population. 38 percent would like to see an immediate ban, 70 percent would only like to give breeding a transition period.

In Sweden, the only other Scandinavian country in which mink is still cultivated, the Reichstag will soon discuss an application for a timetable for a ban. But it may be over in the spring. The responsible authorities have not yet decided whether an insemination may then take place. Infected minks have been found in Sweden and people have contracted the mutated virus on some farms.

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Austria only sniffs a third of the sensation

Austria was defeated in the last group game against the Czech Republic, despite the opportunity to qualify for the quarter-finals, by a clear 7-0 and has to return home without a point and only one goal. In the final group matches, Canada and the USA secured first place in their respective groups with victories. Germany will face Russia in the first quarter-final game on Saturday at 6 p.m. CET.

Here are the games of the day in detail:

Czech Republic – Austria 7: 0 (0: 0/4: 0/3: 0)

Austria left the tournament without a point and with only one goal. The team was only allowed to dream of the sensation of participating in the quarter-finals until the middle of the game against the Czech Republic. With a win after 60 minutes Austria could have left their opponents behind in the table. But this opportunity was finally gambled away in the second third. In the end, the class difference was too clear.

“We were hoping that a dream could come true, but we also knew that we were underdogs and that we would play against a physically strong team,” said Austria coach Roger Bader. “But of course we tried to make the players believe in a sensation beforehand. But the Czech Republic is a world-class team that has beaten the Russians. They were already superior in the first third, but we defended well, so you can still do that can speak of eye level. But when the first goal was conceded, it became increasingly difficult, which was reinforced with the 2-0. “

Tweet from @TSN_Sports: It’s not over ’til it’s over, Czech Republic make it 7-0 with seconds left in the game #WorldJuniors pic.twitter.com/wxKpHfdl3V

Simon Kubicek broke the spell in the 27th minute and gave the favorites a 1-0 lead. Martin Lang increased the score in the 33rd and 39th minute and Filip Prikryl in the 40th minute to 4: 0 until the second change. After 15 to 6 shots on goal in favor of the Czech Republic in the first third, the balance of power in the middle section finally became clear. 23 to 2 degrees spoke a clear language, according to which the Czech Republic was determined to dispel any doubts about their entry into the quarter-finals and was finally able to.

“Of course we had the dream of achieving something here, but it’s only human that the 2-0 break was a mental break for our players and we broke in a bit,” said Bader. “But we also had good moments in the third period and the team showed that they will not let themselves down. It’s just a shame that, like against Russia, two more goals were scored in the end and the result was very clear in the end.”

Pavel Novak in the 41st minute, David Jiricek in the 57th minute and Jan Mysak in the 60th minute made the final score 7-0 and converted another 23 to 7 shots on goal into three goals in the final third. Until the end, Austria’s goalkeeper Sebastian Wraneschitz stood out with 54 saves and prevented anything worse. He has advertised himself through strong performances throughout the tournament. Nick Malik as the goalkeeper of the Czech Republic posted his shutout with 15 saves.

“We had a group with four of the top 6 nations. That’s why it was extremely difficult and we ultimately had no chance,” said Bader. “Against Germany, Switzerland or Slovakia it would have been different, but they are in the other group. The record looks very bad now, but we had good moments in the tournament and that should be generally recognized and not everything should be done badly. “

Also the future NHL player and captain Marco Rossi is convinced that the tournament brought a great learning process for his country: “It was really difficult for us because we have no experience at this level. Everything was new for us, but it will be better next year. We had one here young team at the start, but next year we know what to expect and we will have a better chance. Still, I’m proud of the way we played. “

Due to the special situation that there are no lower class World Championships this year, no relegation will be determined and Austria will therefore remain first class in the coming year.

Canada – Finland 4: 1 (1: 0/2: 0/1: 1)

Canada secured group victory in A with a convincing performance and a 4-1 win in the last group game against Finland and met the Czech Republic in the quarter-finals. The Scandinavians compete as runners-up in the eternal duel against Sweden. In the first third, the team clearly set the tone with the maple leaf on their chest. It is a wonder that the goal shot ratio of 17 to 1 was only 1: 0 until the first break due to the hit by Dylan Cozens (4th). Finland’s goalkeeper Kari Piiroinen was solid. In the second third, Dylan Holloway (27th) and Peyton Krebs (33rd) better for Canada and used the further superiority of the hosts (18: 6 shots on goal) to expand the lead to 3: 0. After the second change, Finland, after Brad Lambert cut to 1: 3 in the 46th minute, was able to sniff the morning air and take more initiative. But it wasn’t enough for more. Cozens made everything clear with an empty net goal in the 59th minute. Finland coach Antti Pennanen had already taken Piiroinen out of the goal 2:24 minutes before the end in favor of the sixth outfield player.

Tweet from @IIHFHockey: 🚨🇨🇦 @Dylan_Cozens with his 5th goal of his #WorldJuniors! Cozens barrels down the ice and fires the puck to the back of @leijonat ‘s net! @BuffaloSabres @HC_WJC pic.twitter.com/Ij3QMziJEy

Sweden – USA 0: 4 (0: 2/0: 2/0: 0)

The USA took first place in Group B with a clear 4-0 win against Sweden and relegated Russia and the Scandinavians to their places. The leader of the scorer ranking of the tournament Trevor Zegras (13 points, 6 goals, 7 assists) led the US Boys with one hit and two assists. Goalkeeper Spencer Knight posted his second shutout with 27 saves. The USA made it clear early on by two goals with the first five shots where the journey was going. Drew Helleson took the lead after 69 seconds, which Zegras extended in the 4th minute. For their part, the Swedes had good chances, but Ryan Johnson made it 3-0 in the 22nd minute. In the 24th minute, Victor Soderstrom missed the opportunity to shorten the score with a penalty. Just 21 seconds later, Alex Turcotte scored the 4-0. Then the working day was over for goalkeeper Hugo Alnefelt, who conceded four goals with 21 shots. He was replaced by Jesper Wallstedt (16 saves). It was the Swedes’ first regular-time defeat at the Junior World Cup since December 26, 2006 (0-2 against Canada).

Tweet from @IIHFHockey: 🚨🇺🇸Short side. Bar down. @tzegras11 snipes one in and makes it 2-0 for @usahockey just 3:56 into the 1st. #WorldJuniors @AnaheimDucks pic.twitter.com/5Rhr6TKAUV

The quarter-finals on January 2nd:

Russia – Germany 10 am MT / 6 pm CET
Sweden – Finland 1:30 p.m. MT / 9:30 p.m. CET
Canada – Czech Republic 5 pm MT / 3.1. 1 a.m. CET
USA – Slovakia 8:30 pm MT / 3.1. 4.30 a.m. CET

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Quilmes Clásica arrives in Scandinavia and plans to double exports to that market in 2021 | Business Opening

Cervecería y Maltería Quilmes now exported 50,000 bottles of its traditional Quilmes Clásica a Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden.

The label arrived in those markets through Premium Beer, a company that is one of the largest beer importers in the Scandinavian region. By 2021, the Argentine subsidiary of the global giant AB InBev plans to scale its shipments from Quilmes Clásica to that European market up to 120,000 bottles.

“The first shipment of Quilmes Clásica, in its 340 milliliter bottle presentation, was made taking into account the consumption in bars and restaurants, where Quilmes Clásica is most required, “the company explained in a statement.

“This project promotes not only solid growth for the company’s exports, but also the visibility of the Quilmes brand in the Scandinavian region as an Argentine emblem“he added.

The Scandinavian incursion, Quilmes explained, will strengthen brand awareness in other markets and help consumers have continuity in supply and availability at the time of purchase. In addition to being associated with classic Argentine values, such as soccer and tango, the light blue and white on the label identifies it as an Argentine product, regardless of the fact that its variety, storage, is one of the most consumed in that corner of Europe, highlighted Tomás Fracchia, Vice President of Sales of Cervecería y Maltería Quilmes.

The AB InBev subsidiary mainly exports Quilmes Beer and other brands, such as Patagonia, Brahma and Stella Artois, a 25 countries for more than 15 years. In addition, it ships raw materials abroad, such as barley and malta. During 2019, exported for more than US $ 300 million.

To enable the expansion of the export business, Quilmes had the support of the Argentine Investment and International Trade Agency (AAICI). In this way, together with your business partner, Trade Mechanics, and with the collaboration of the respective embassies of the Scandinavian countries, the company carried out negotiations with several importing companies.

In Argentina, Cervecería y Maltería Quilmes manufactures, distributes and markets beers, soft drinks, wines, mineral waters, juices and isotonics, in alliance with leading international companies such as PepsiCo and Nestle. Has 6000 employees direct throughout the country, in addition to 10 production plants (beers and sodas), a bodega (Dante Robino, acquired earlier this year), two malting, a hop farm, a tapas factory, nine regional sales offices and nine distribution centers.

In addition, it works with a network of more than 6000 SME suppliers and 170 distributors, supplying more than 300,000 points of sale throughout the country.

Three months ago, the company announced a $ 50 million investment to substitute imports, as part of the $ 1.5 billion four-year plan unveiled late last year.

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That’s why “Brawl Stars” fans are looking forward to Saturday – Games

The fans of the mobile game “Brawl Stars” will also get plenty of presents for Christmas. Two new brawlers provide plenty of action.

After “Clash of Clans” and “Clash Royale”, the Finnish developer studio Supercell released the free-to-play online game “Brawl Stars” almost exactly two years ago. It is an action strategy game in which you pound your opponents into the ground with various characters, so-called “brawlers”.

Byron and Edgar

Byron is the first of two new Mythic Brawlers to join Brawl Stars. It should appear in your box right after the latest update (available since December 14th). The white-bearded man is a creepy seller of powerful potions with which he can both heal his teammates and poison his enemies.

The new epic bat named Edgar, who joins the “Brawl Stars” on Saturday, is particularly hotly anticipated. According to Tech Gaming Report, he is a very angry emo boy with a striped scarf who likes to do parkour.

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a fake concentration camp is controversial in Karelia

REPORT – The Kremlin financed a replica of a camp where Finland, Hitler’s ally, detained Russian civilians from 1941 to 1944, 14,000 of whom died.

Correspondent in Moscow

“It was exactly like that, I remember everything: the plank beds, the cold, the rats… Mom was sleeping on the floor, my grandmother and my two sisters died of hunger.” Moved to tears, supported by a young volunteer in fatigues, 85-year-old Lenina Makeeva enters one of the concentration camp barracks. Four watchtowers overlook a clearing. Snow is falling on the forests and lakes of Karelia, in the far northwest of Russia. Under her coat, the veteran’s jacket is adorned with decorations. As a child, she spent nearly three years imprisoned with her family in one of these camps where the Finns, allies of Nazi Germany between 1941 and 1944, locked up Russians, civilians and soldiers. “There was no gas chamber here, but people were dying of hunger, disease and from exhausting physical labor,” she recalls.

Lenina Makeeva’s memories are very real. But the camp, which she “inaugurated” last Saturday under the eye

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Incident in Finnish Nuclear Power Plant – Politics

The Finnish nuclear supervisory authority STUK has determined an increase in radioactive radiation at the Olkiluoto 2 nuclear power plant in the west of the country. But there was no leakage of radioactivity and the situation is under control. “This is a significant and exceptional incident and we believe it is important to properly inform about it,” said Health Minister Aino-Kaisa Pekonen. The International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA in Vienna announced that it had been informed of the incident. The Finnish authority STUK had declared that the reactor had been shut down.

Olkiluoto is an island off the west coast of Finland. It is located around 250 kilometers northwest of Helsinki. The two boiling water reactors from the 1970s each have an output of almost 900 megawatts. In 2005, construction began on a new type of pressurized water reactor, which, after many delays, is now due to go into commercial operation in 2022. The construction costs are estimated at more than three times the originally mentioned three billion euros.

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Broadcast live in TV & stream, dates & schedule

Biathlon World Cup 2020/21 in Kontiolahti: Today on December 6th, the men’s relay is on. The current schedule, the dates and the broadcast on TV and live stream can be found here. ARD or ZDF? In addition, information on tickets, directions and accommodation.

Kontiolahti, Finland: The started with the men’s and women’s sprint on December 3rd
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in Kontiolahti and not in Östersund, Sweden, for his second racing weekend. The move to Kontiolahti can be traced back to the corona pandemic. The International Biathlon Union has canceled this and thus reduced the travel of the athletes. On December 5th and 6th, the men / women pursuit and the men’s and men’s relay are on All information about the broadcast of the Biathlon World Cup 2020/21 on free TV ARD or ZDF, for the current dates as well as the date and time can be found here. We also have information on tickets, how to get to Kontiolahti and where you can stay overnight.

Biathlon World Cup in Kontilahti, Finland: date, time, dates, race calendar & schedule

All appointments, time, date and information about the transfer in
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  • December 3, 2020: Sprint men, 1.30 p.m.

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  • December 3, 2020: Sprint women, 4.30 p.m.

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  • December 6, 2020: Relay men, 12.45 p.m. (ARD, Eurosport)
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Biathlon on TV: broadcast live on TV & stream on ARD or ZDF?

Where will the 2020 Biathlon World Cup in Kontiolahti be broadcast on TV? The two public broadcasters ARD and ZDF hold the broadcast rights for the Biathlon World Cup events of the 2020/21 season, as in previous years. They broadcast the races of the
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The venue on the 2nd World Cup weekend: Kontiolahti in Finland

The municipality of Kontiolahti has almost 15,000 inhabitants and is located in the east of the region, about 20 km north of the administrative center on the shores of Lake Höytiäinen. The biathlon stadium in Kontiolahti is currently the only stadium in Finlandwho holds the A license to organize biathlon world cup races. A number of IBU and World Cup events have already been held in the stadium, it is located at a height of 120 meters, with the lowest point at 88 meters and the highest at 128 meters. 15,000 seated visitors can watch the competitions in the Kontiolahti Arena, and a further 6,000 standing spectators cheer for the athletes.

These are the other stops at the 2020/21 Biathlon World Cup:

  • Biathlon World Cup Hochfilzen 20/21: Dates, date, time and broadcast live on TV & Stream
  • Biathlon World Cup on December 17th, 2020 in Hochfilzen: Dates, date, schedule, broadcast live on TV
  • Biathlon in Oberhof: World Cup live on stream & TV
  • Biathlon World Cup in Oberhof, January 13, 2021 – live broadcast, tickets, dates
  • Biathlon World Cup in Antholz on January 21, 2021: live on TV & Stream
  • Biathlon in Beijing on February 26th, 2021: Live broadcast in TV & stream, schedule, date & time
  • Biathlon in Nove Mesto on March 11th, 2021: Live in TV & Stream. Dates, time & schedule
  • Biathlon in Oslo on March 18th, 2021: broadcast live on TV & Stream. Date, time & appointments

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Cherchesov spoke about plans for Dziuba and the national team at the European Championship

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Cherchesov spoke about plans for Dziuba and the national team at the European Championship

Cherchesov spoke about plans for Dziuba and the national team at the European Championship

Artem Dziuba will perform at the European Football Championship, but other, younger ones also have a chance to get into the national team, the head coach of RIA Novosti said in an interview with RIA Novosti, 11/30/2020

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MOSCOW, November 30 – RIA Novosti. Artem Dziuba will perform at the European Football Championship, but other, younger ones also have a chance to get into the national team, head coach Stanislav Cherchesov said in an interview with RIA Novosti. The European Championship was supposed to be held in the summer, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic it was moved year. It is now slated to take place from 11 June to 11 July 2021 in 12 cities across Europe. The Russian national team will perform in the same group with the teams of Belgium, Finland and Denmark. Answering the question whether the coaching staff of the team is ready to surprise the opponents with something new, Cherchesov stressed that the opponent should not be surprised, but known and respected. And the primary task, according to him, is to work with the team. Nevertheless, Cherchesov believes, even the most gifted players need time to feel a new team. “And this very time must be cherished. Do not be offended, but work to thoroughly understand where the guys got to. And this is not my whim, but the specifics of professional sports, “he stressed. So, Cherchesov recalled, Georgy Dzhikia attended several training camps before he first entered the field in a national team shirt. But he “appeared at the most suitable moment for himself and the team,” the coach is sure.

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Biathlon World Cup live on TV & Stream: broadcast & TV dates

The Biathlon World Cup starts the new season this weekend in Kontiolahti, Finland. Information about the broadcast of the Biathlon World Cup 2020/21 live on stream and TV, ARD or ZDF, is available here.

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Biathlon World Cup live today in free stream & free TV: times & dates for the start of the season

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Season opening from 28.-29. November 2020 in Kontiolahti, Finland: Biathlon 2020 in Kontiolahti on November 28th: ​​Dates, broadcast live on stream & TV – all information

  • November 28, 2020: Individual men, 11 a.m.
  • November 28, 2020: Individual women, 2.20 p.m.
  • November 29, 2020: Sprint Men, 10:30 p.m.
  • November 29, 2020: Sprint women, 1.30 p.m.

December 3 – December 6: Biathlon world cup in Kontiolahti, Finland (Replacement for Östersund, Sweden): Biathlon 2020 in Kontiolahti on December 3rd: broadcast live on TV & stream, dates & schedule

  • Thursday, December 3rd: men’s sprint 10 km, 1.30 p.m.
  • Thursday, December 3: women’s sprint 7.5 km, 4.30 p.m.
  • Saturday 5th December: men persecution 12.5 km, 13.20 hrs
  • Saturday, December 5th: Women’s relay 4 x 6 km, 3.15 p.m.
  • Sunday, December 6th: Men’s relay 4 x 7.5 km, 12.45 p.m.
  • Sunday December 6th: women persecution 10 km, 3:45 p.m.

December 11th – December 13th: Biathlon world cup in Hochfilzen, Austria: Biathlon World Cup Hochfilzen 20/21: Dates, date, time and broadcast live on TV & Stream

  • Friday, December 11th: Women’s sprint 7.5 km, 11.30 a.m.
  • Friday, December 11th: men’s sprint 10 km, 2:20 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 12th: Women’s relay 4 x 6 km, 11.45 a.m.
  • Saturday December 12th: men persecution, 12.5 km, 2.45 pm
  • Sunday December 13th: women persecution 10 km, 11.45
  • Sunday, December 13th: men’s relay 4 x 7.5 km, 2 p.m.

December 17th – December 20th: Biathlon world cup in Hochfilzen, Austria (Replacement for Annecy-Le Grand Bornand, France): Biathlon World Cup on December 17th, 2020 in Hochfilzen: Dates, date, schedule, broadcast live on TV

  • Thursday, December 17th: men’s sprint 10 km, 2.15 p.m.
  • Friday, December 18: Women’s sprint 7.5 km, 2.15 p.m.
  • Saturday 19 December: men persecution 12.5 km, 1 p.m.
  • Saturday 19th December: women persecution 10 km, 3 p.m.
  • Sunday December 20th: men Mass start 15 km, 12.00 p.m.
  • Sunday December 20th: women Mass start 12.5 km, 2.15 pm

January 7 – January 10: Biathlon world cup in Oberhof 2021: Biathlon in Oberhof: World Cup live on stream & TV

  • Thursday, January 7: Women’s Sprint 7.5 km
  • Friday, January 8th: men’s sprint 10 km
  • Saturday January 9th: women persecution 10 km
  • Saturday January 9th: men persecution 12,5 km
  • Sunday, January 10th: Mixed relay team, 11.30 a.m.
  • Sunday, January 10: Mixed Relay Single, 2.40 p.m.

January 13 – January 17: Biathlon world cup in Oberhof 2021 (replacement for Ruhpolding): Biathlon World Cup in Oberhof, January 13, 2021 – live broadcast, tickets, dates

  • Wednesday, January 13: Men’s Sprint 10km, 2.30pm
  • Thursday, January 14: Women’s Sprint 7.5 km, 2.30pm
  • Friday, January 15th: Men’s relay 4 x 7.5 km, 2.30 p.m.
  • Saturday, January 16: Women’s relay 4 x 6 km, 2.45 p.m.
  • Sunday 17th January: men Mass start 15 km, 12.30 p.m.
  • Sunday 17th January: women Mass start 12.5 km, 3 p.m.

January 21 – January 24: Biathlon world cup in Antholz, Italy: Biathlon World Cup in Antholz on January 21, 2021: live on TV & Stream

  • Thursday, January 21: women singles 15 km, 2.15 p.m.
  • Friday, January 22nd: Men singles 20 km, 1:15 p.m.
  • Saturday 23 January: women Mass start 12.5 km, 13.10
  • Saturday, January 23rd: Men’s relay 4 x 7.5 km, 3:05 p.m.
  • Sunday, January 24th: Women’s relay 4 x 6 km, 12 noon
  • Sunday January 24th: men Mass start 15 km, 2.45 pm

February 26th – March 1st: Biathlon world cup in Peking, China: Biathlon in Beijing on February 26th, 2021: Live broadcast in TV & stream, schedule, date & time

  • Friday, February 26th: Women 4 x 7.5 km relay competition, 9.15 a.m.
  • Saturday, February 27th: Men 4 x 7.5 km relay competition, 9.15 a.m.
  • Sunday, February 28th: ​​women 7.5 km Sprint competition, 6.35 a.m.
  • Sunday, February 28th: ​​men 10 km Sprint competition, 9.30 a.m.
  • Monday, March 1st: women 10 km Pursuit competition, 9.15 a.m.
  • Monday, March 1st: Men 12.5 km Pursuit competition, 11.15 a.m.

March 11th – March 14th: Biathlon World Cup in Nove Mesto na Morave (CZE): Biathlon in Nove Mesto on March 11th, 2021: Live in TV & Stream. Dates, time & schedule

  • Thursday, March 11th: Men 10 km Sprint competition, 5.30 p.m.
  • Friday, March 12th: women 7.5 km Sprint competition, 5.30 p.m.
  • Saturday, March 13th: men 12.5 km Pursuit competition, 2.45 p.m.
  • Saturday, March 13th: women 10 km Pursuit competition, 5.15 p.m.
  • Sunday, March 14th: 4 x 6 mixed relay (W + M)
  • Sunday, March 14th: Single Mixed Relay (W + M)

March 18 – March 21: Biathlon world cup in Oslo, Norway: Biathlon in Oslo on March 18th, 2021: broadcast live on TV & Stream. Date, time & appointments

  • Thursday, March 18: women 7.5 km Sprint competition, 3.30 p.m.
  • Friday, March 19: Men 10 km Sprint competition, 3.30 p.m.
  • Saturday, March 20th: women 10 km Pursuit competition, 12.15 p.m.
  • Saturday, March 20th: Men 12.5 km Pursuit competition, 3:15 p.m.
  • Sunday, March 21st: women 12.5 km Mass start Competition, 1 p.m.
  • Sunday, March 21st: men 15 km Mass start Competition, 3:30 p.m.

Biathlon World Cup 2020/21: TV rights & broadcasting rights

ARD and ZDF hold the broadcast rights for all international biathlon competitions. The TV contract from 2018 to 2022 between the International Biathlon Union (IBU) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is valid from 2018 to 2022. ARD and ZDF broadcast three biathlon world championships and 36 biathlon world cup events with more than 200 competitions.

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Results & winners at a glance

The Biathlon World Cup kicked off the 2020/21 season in Kontiolahti, Finland. You can find an overview of all winners and results today on November 29th, 2020.

On November 28th the
Biathlon world cup
2020/21 with the first competition weekend in Kontiolahti in Finland in its new season. Johannes Thingnes Bø from Norway and Dorothea Wierer step out as defending champions of the last 19/20 season
Italy
at. The IBU (International Biathlon Union) adjusted the World Cup calendar at the end of September for corona reasons. Originally, World Cup events were planned in eleven World Cup locations, now the travel activities of the DSV athletes are minimized. On the second weekend after the kick-off event, the biathletes will be staying in Kontiolahti, Finland, and will not travel to Östersund in as planned
Sweden
continue. Also
France
Annecy Le Grand Bornand canceled the IBU, but two weekends in Hochfilzen are in
Tirol
scheduled. In
Germany
The World Cup has been tightened: The biathletes compete in Oberhof for two weekends, there is no World Cup in Ruhpolding this season.

Biathlon World Cup 2020/21: Results & Winners

We publish the current results and winners of the individual World Cup events here for you.

28. – 29. November: Biathlon world cup in Kontiolahti, Finland – Results, results, winners: Biathlon 2020 in Kontiolahti on November 28th: ​​Dates, broadcast live on stream & TV – all information

Saturday, November 28th: ​​Individual men over 20 kilometers, 11.00 a.m.

  • 1. Sturla Holm Laegreid (Norway) 48: 57.0 min./0 shooting range;
  • 2. Johannes Thingnes Bö (Norway) +19,6 Sek./1;
  • 3. Erik Lesser (Frankenhain) +1:03,6 Min./1;
  • 4. Quentin Fillon Maillet (France) +1:05,9/1;
  • 5. Ondrej Moravec (Czech Republic) +1:06,9/0;
  • 6. Sebastian Samuelsson (Sweden) +1:31,8/2;
  • 7. Jakov Fak (Slovenia) +1:32,0/1;
  • 8. Emilien Jacquelin (France) +2:02,1/2;
  • 9. Antonin Guigonnat (France) +2:13,6/1;
  • 10. Alexander Loginow (Russia) +2:19,2/2;
  • … 17. Arnd Peiffer (Clausthal-Zellerfeld) +2:56,9/2;
  • 28. Roman Rees (Freiburg in Breisgau) +3:55,5/2;
  • 29. Benedict Doll (Breitnau) +3:57,3/3;
  • 40. Johannes Kühn (Reit im Winkl) +4:34,6/3;
  • 74. Lucas fratzscher (Oberhof) +7:57,5/5

Saturday, November 28th: ​​Individual women over 15 kilometers, 2:20 p.m.

  • 1. Dorothea Wierer (Italy) 44: 00.9 min./0 shooting range;
  • 2. Denise Herrmann (Oberwiesenthal) +0,8 Sek./1;
  • 3. Johanna Skottheim (Sweden) +24,1/0;
  • 4. Elvira Öberg (Sweden) +34,1/1;
  • 5. Linn Persson (Sweden) +36,8/0;
  • 6. Anais Bescond (France) +1:18,5 Min./1;
  • 7. Hanna Öberg (Sweden) +1:23,7/2;
  • 8. Dsinara Alimbekawa (Belarus) +1:50,0/2;
  • 9. Anais Chevalier (France) +1:52,0/2;
  • 10. Julia Dschima (Ukraine) +1:54,8/0;
  • … 12. Maren Hammerschmidt (Winterberg) +2:05,0/1;
  • 18. Franziska Preuss (Haag) +2:40,7/3;
  • 36. Janina Hettich (Schönwald im Schwarzwald) +3:49,3/2;
  • 37. Vanessa Hinz (Schliersee) +3:50,5/2;
  • 68. Anna Weidel (Kiefersfelden) +6:22,8/4

Sunday, November 29th: Sprint men, 10.30 a.m.

  • 1. Johannes Thingnes Bö (Norway) 44: 00.9 min./0 shooting range;
  • 2. Sebastian Samuelsson (Sweden) +0,8 Sek./1;
  • 3. Martin Ponsiluoma (Sweden) +24,1/1;
  • 4. Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen (Norway) +34,1/1;
  • 5. Jakov Fak (Slovenia) +36,8/0;
  • 6. Quentin Fillon Maillet (France) +1:18,5 Min./0;
  • 7. Arnd Peiffer (Clausthal-Zellerfeld) +1:23,7/1;
  • 8. Emilien Jacquelin (France) +1:50,0/2;
  • 9. Erik Lesser (Frankenhain) +1:52,0/1;
  • 10. Ondrej Moravec (Czech Republic) +1:54,8/0;
  • … 19. Johannes Kühn (Reit im Winkl) +2:45,2/1;
  • 32. Benedict Doll (Breitnau) +3:35,4/3;
  • 35. Roman Rees (Freiburg in Breisgau) +3:44,9/2;
  • 47. Lucas fratzscher (Oberhof) +4:41,2/2

Sunday, November 29th: Sprint women, 1.30 p.m.

  • 1. Hanna Öberg (Sweden) 21: 01.4 min./0 shooting range;
  • 2. Marte Olsbu Röiseland (Norway) +23,9 Sek./0;
  • 3. Karoline Offigstad Knotten (Norway) +37,8/0;
  • 4. Johanna Skottheim (Sweden) +44,9/0;
  • 5. Mona Brorsson (Sweden) +50,1/1;
  • 6. Dsinara Alimbekawa (Belarus) +52,5/1;
  • 7. Wind Toming (Estonia) +56,0/0;
  • 8. Chloe Chevalier (France) +56,4/0;
  • 9. Maren Hammerschmidt (Winterberg) +58,7/0;
  • 10. Olena Pidgruschna (Ukraine) +1:07,4 Min./1;
  • … 23. Franziska Preuss (Haag) +1:27,3/2;
  • 32. Vanessa Hinz (Schliersee) +1:45,8/1;
  • 38. Denise Herrmann (Oberwiesenthal) +1:51,0/3;
  • 55. Janina Hettich (Schönwald im Schwarzwald) +2:16,6/2;
  • 87. Sophia Schneider (Teisendorf) +3:18,2/3

December 3rd – 6th: Biathlon World cup in Kontiolahti, Finland (Replacement for Östersund, Sweden) – Results, results, victories: Biathlon 2020 in Kontiolahti on December 3rd: broadcast live on TV & stream, dates & schedule

Thursday, December 3rd: men’s sprint 10 km, 1.30 p.m.

Thursday, December 3: women’s sprint 7.5 km, 4.30 p.m.

Saturday 5th December: men persecution 12.5 km, 13.20 hrs

Saturday, December 5th: Women’s relay 4 x 6 km, 3.15 p.m.

Sunday, December 6th: Men’s relay 4 x 7.5 km, 12:45 p.m.

Sunday December 6th: women persecution 10 km, 3:45 p.m.

December 11-13: Biathlon World cup in Hochfilzen, AustriaResults, results, victories: Biathlon World Cup Hochfilzen 20/21: Dates, date, time and broadcast live on TV & Stream

Friday, December 11th: Women’s sprint 7.5 km, 11.30 a.m.

Friday, December 11th: men’s sprint 10 km, 2:20 p.m.

Saturday, December 12th: Women’s relay 4 x 6 km, 11.45 a.m.

Saturday December 12th: men persecution, 12.5 km, 2.45 pm

Sunday December 13th: women persecution 10 km, 11.45

Sunday, December 13th: men’s relay 4 x 7.5 km, 2 p.m.

December 17th – 20th: Biathlon World cup in Hochfilzen, Austria (Replacement for Annecy Le Grand Bornand, France) – Results, results, victories: Biathlon World Cup on December 17th, 2020 in Hochfilzen: Dates, date, schedule, broadcast live on TV

Thursday, December 17th: men’s sprint 10 km, 2.15 p.m.

Friday, December 18: Women’s sprint 7.5 km, 2.15 p.m.

Saturday 19 December: men persecution 12.5 km, 1 p.m.

Saturday 19th December: women persecution 10 km, 3 p.m.

Sunday December 20th: men Mass start 15 km, 12.00 p.m.

Sunday December 20th: women Mass start 12.5 km, 2.15 pm

7-10 January: Biathlon World cup in Oberhof, Germany – Results, results, victories: Biathlon in Oberhof: World Cup live on stream & TV

Thursday, January 7: Women’s Sprint 7.5 km

Friday, January 8th: men’s sprint 10 km

Saturday January 9th: women persecution 10 km

Saturday January 9th: men persecution 12,5 km

Sunday, January 10th: Mixed relay team, 11.30 a.m.

Sunday, January 10: Mixed Relay Single, 2.40 p.m.

13-17 January: Biathlon World cup in Oberhof (Replacement for Ruhpolding, Germany) – Results, results, victories: Biathlon World Cup in Oberhof, January 13, 2021 – live broadcast, tickets, dates

Thursday, January 7: Women’s Sprint 7.5 km

Friday, January 8th: men’s sprint 10 km

Saturday January 9th: women persecution 10 km

Saturday January 9th: men persecution 12,5 km

Sunday, January 10th: Mixed relay team, 11.30 a.m.

Sunday, January 10: Mixed Relay Single, 2.40 p.m.

January 21st – 24th: Biathlon World cup in Antholz, ItalyResults, results, victories: Biathlon World Cup in Antholz on January 21, 2021: live on TV & Stream

Thursday, January 21: women singles 15 km, 2.15 p.m.

Friday, January 22nd: Men singles 20 km, 1:15 p.m.

Saturday 23 January: women Mass start 12.5 km, 13.10

Saturday, January 23rd: Men’s relay 4 x 7.5 km, 3:05 p.m.

Sunday, January 24th: Women’s relay 4 x 6 km, 12 noon

Sunday January 24th: men Mass start 15 km, 2.45 pm

February 26th – March 1st: Peking, ChinaResults, results, victories: Biathlon in Beijing on February 26th, 2021: Live broadcast in TV & stream, schedule, date & time

Friday, February 26th: Women 4 x 7.5 km relay competition, 9.15 a.m.

Saturday, February 27th: Men 4 x 7.5 km relay competition, 9.15 a.m.

Sunday, February 28th: ​​women 7.5 km Sprint competition, 6.35 a.m.

Sunday, February 28th: ​​men 10 km Sprint competition, 9.30 a.m.

Monday, March 1st: Women 10 km pursuit competition, 9.15am

Monday, March 1st: Men 12.5 km pursuit competition, 11.15 a.m.

March 11 – 14: Nove Mesto na Morave (CZE) – Results, results, victories: Biathlon in Nove Mesto on March 11th, 2021: Live in TV & Stream. Dates, time & schedule

Thursday, March 11th: Men 10 km Sprint competition, 5.30 p.m.

Friday, March 12th: women 7.5 km Sprint competition, 5.30 p.m.

Saturday, March 13th: men 12.5 km Negotiation competition, 2.45 p.m.

Saturday, March 13th: women 10 km Negotiation competition, 5.15 p.m.

Sunday, March 14th: 4 x 6 mixed relay (W + M)

Sunday, March 14th: Single Mixed Relay (W + M)

March 18 – March 21: Biathlon world cup in Oslo, Norway: Biathlon in Oslo on March 18th, 2021: broadcast live on TV & Stream. Date, time & appointments

Thursday, March 18: women 7.5 km Sprint competition, 3.30 p.m.

Friday, March 19: Men 10 km Sprint competition, 3.30 p.m.

Saturday, March 20th: women 10 km Negotiation competition, 12.15 p.m.

Saturday, March 20th: men 12.5 km Negotiation competition, 3:15 p.m.

Sunday, March 21st: women 12.5 km Mass start Competition, 1 p.m.

Sunday, March 21st: men 15 km Mass start Competition, 3:30 p.m.

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