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In Ruhpolding, Germany, the competitions of the sixth stage of the Biathlon World Cup ended.

On the final day of the competition of the sixth stage of the World Cup in Ruhpolding, Germany, army biathlete Alexander Loginov won a silver medal in the pursuit race.

The Frenchman Quentin Fillon-Maillet finished first, covering the distance of 12.5 kilometers with two penalties in 31 minutes 30.6 seconds. Loginov lost 8.8 seconds to the winner with one penalty. The third was Belarusian Anton Smolsky (+13.1; 2).

The next stage of the World Cup will take the Italian Antholz. The first races will be held on January 20.

Earlier, Lieutenant Alexander Loginov became the first in the relay race as part of the team. Russian biathletes covered the distance of 4×7.5 kilometers in one hour 11 minutes 6.1 seconds using four additional rounds.

The Germans showed the second result at the finish line – plus 7.0 seconds and using 2 additional cartridges. Belarusians rounded out the top three – + 23.0 sec and 6 extra rounds.

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