MINSK, 20 December (BelTA) – Dzinara Alimbekava of Belarus goes 3rd in the IBU World Cup Total Score Points, BelTA has learned.
The Belarusian has 327 points following four stages. Marte Olsbu Roeiseland of Norway tops the list with 417 points. Second is Sweden's Elvira Oeberg (387 points). Fourth is Theresa Lisa Hauser of Austria (321). Belarus' Hanna Sola goes fifth with 320 points. Belarus' Iryna Leshchanka and Elena Kruchinkina go 62nd and 63rd with 19 points each.
Belarus goes fifth in the IBU World Cup Nations Cup with a total of 2,524 points. Sweden is ranked first with 2,800 points, France is second (2,707), Norway is third (2,572), Germany is fourth (2,561).
Emilien Jacquelin of France tops the IBU World Cup Total Score with 371 points. France's Quentin Fillon Maillet goes second (369). Third is Norway's Vetle Christiansen (347). Anton Smolski of Belarus is 8th with 256 points. Dzmitry Lazouski goes 36th with 77 points. Raman Yaliotnau is 50th with 30 points. Maksim Varabei goes 56th with 17 points. Mikita Labastau goes 59th with 14 points. Sergei Bocharnikov is 65th with 8 points. Belarus is 6th in the IBU World Cup Nations Cup with 2,271 points. Norway tops the list with 2,976 points and is followed by France (2,843), Russia (2,662), Germany (2,564), and Sweden (2,391).
BMW IBU World Cup 5 will take place in Oberhof, Germany in early 2022. The program will include the men's 10km sprint, the women's 7.5km sprint, the mixed relay, the single mixed relay, the men's 12.5km pursuit and the women's 10km pursuit.