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17.43: Our live coverage ends here, meeting tomorrow afternoon for two mass launches. Thanks for following us and have a good evening!

17.42: Stromsheim, Sorum, Dale and Christiansen lead Norway to victory. Italy is eighth and disappointing.

17.41: Ninth for Canada and tenth for Slovenia

17.41: Seventh place is Switzerland, eighth place is Italy

17.40: Sweden fourth, Ukraine fifth, Austria sixth

17.40: Third place for Germany

17.39: Second place for France

17.39: Victory for Norway, who will win even without three strong men!

17.38: Giacomel collapses and is separated from Switzerland

17.38: At 29.5 km, Norway is still ahead

17.37: 28.8 km Norway ahead, France 40″, Germany 53″, Sweden 1’04″, Ukraine 1’27″

17.36: Seventh Italy after the last polygon

17.35: Three faults restart in Sweden, Sweden and Germany, Giacomel, who runs twice, many faults.

17.34: France back in, two fouls by Sweden

17.34: Christiansen perfect, three errors for France

17.33: Eighth polygon

17.31: 27 km Norway ahead, 5″ France, 25″ Sweden, 52″ Germany, Switzerland, 1’13” Italy, Austria

17.30: 26.3 km Norway ahead, 4″ France, 20″ Sweden, 52″ Germany, Switzerland, 1’10” Italy, Austria

17.29: In front of Norway and France, 8 “Sweden, 44” Germany, Switzerland, 56 “Austria, 1’05” Italy

17.28: Zero three errors from Germany, Switzerland, one error from Italy, closed.

17.28: One fault for Christiansen, covered, nil from France, followed by one fault from Sweden, two from Switzerland.

17.27: The seventh polygon

17.25: Norway forward km, Sweden 11″, France 14″, Switzerland 17″, Germany, Austria 52″, Italy and Ukraine 1’04″

17.24: 23.8 km Norway ahead, 8 “Sweden, 17” France and Switzerland, 50 “Germany, Austria, 1’03” Italy and Ukraine

17.22: Sweden and Norway lead in third change, 13″ France and Switzerland, 33″ Austria, 38″ Germany, 55″ Ukraine, 1″ Italy

17.21: Sweden and Norway ahead at 22 km, France and Switzerland at 11, Austria at 32, Germany at 35, Ukraine at 51, Italy at 56

17.19: 21.3 km ahead of Sweden and Norway, 4 ″ France, 10 ″ Switzerland, 32 ″ Austria, Germany, 45 ″ Ukraine, Italy

17.18: Ponsiluma tries to leave

17.17: France ahead, 4″ Sweden, 7″ Norway, 9″ Switzerland, 32″ Italy, 34″ Austria, 37″ Germany

17.16: No errors for France and Sweden, one error for Norway and Switzerland, two errors for Italy and Germany.

17.16: The sixth polygon

17.15: 19.5 km Norway, Switzerland, France ahead, 9 ″ Sweden, 14 ″ Italy, 20 ″ Germany, 27 ″ Canada, 35 ″ Austria, 37 ″ Ukraine

17.13: 18.8 km Norway and Switzerland ahead, 5 ″ France, 12 ″ Italy, Sweden, 23 ″ Germany, Canada, 35 ″ Ukraine, Austria

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17.11: Norway and Switzerland ahead, 7″ France and Italy, 16″ Sweden, 20″ Canada, 25″ Germany, Ukraine, Austria

17.11: Zero for Sweden, France and Germany. Open Competition!

17.10: Two errors Dale, one error from Switzerland, close Braunhofer without errors and restart!

17.09: The fifth polygon

17.08: 17 km Norway ahead, 14 ″ Switzerland, 29 ″ Canada, Italy, France, 44 ″ Sweden, 48 ″ Ukraine, 50 ″ Austria, Finland, Germany

17.06: km 16.3: Norway ahead, 15″ Switzerland, 31″ Canada, Italy, France, 48″ Ukraine, Sweden, 53″ Austria, Finland, 56″ Germany

17.04: Second change: Norway forward, 13 ″ Switzerland, 30 ″ Canada, 33 ″ Italy, France, 45 ″ Ukraine, 50 ″ Austria, Finland, Sweden, 1’02 ″ Ger

17.03: 14.5 km Norway ahead, 11 ″ Switzerland, 30 ″ Italy, Canada, 36 ″ France, 45 ″ Ukraine, 51 ″ Austria, Finland, Sweden, at 1’0

17.01: 13.8 km Norway, Switzerland ahead, 24 ″ Italy, Canada, 35 ″ France, Ukraine, 46 ″ Austria, Finland, Sweden

17.00. Switzerland and Norway lead, Canada 21″, Italy 26″, Ukraine 30″, France 38″, Sweden 42″, Austria 45″, Germany 1’04″

16.59: Two fouls for Bionaz, Germany convert

16.59: Resume Switzerland and Norway’s nil

16.58: Fourth polygon

16.57: At km 12: Switzerland ahead, 4 ″ Norway, Italy, Canada, 20 ″ Germany, France, 24 ″ Ukraine, Czech Republic, Sweden

16.56: 11.3 km Switzerland ahead, 8 ″ Norway, Italy, Canada, 26 ″ Germany, France, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Sweden

16.54: Switzerland ahead, Canada 5″, Norway 8″, Italy 14″, Ukraine 21″, Sweden 25″, Germany and France 27″

16.53: Switzerland and Canada no fault, Italy a closed fault, Norway too. Lots of mistakes for the Czech Republic and Germany

16.52: Third polygon

16.50: Czech Republic, Germany, Norway, Italy, ahead of Switzerland at km 9.5, 5″ Canada, Sweden

16.49: 8.8 km ahead of Czech Republic, Germany, Norway, Italy, 6 ″ Canada, Switzerland, Sweden, 20 ″ Ukraine, 27 ″ France

16.48: Beyonce is back on top

16.47: Czech Republic, Germany, Norway, 5 ″ Italy, 10 ″ Canada and Switzerland, 13 ″ Sweden, 19 ″ Ukraine, 31 ″ France. Italy has Bionaz

16.45: Cappellari breaks away from the lead group. Czech Republic, Germany, Norway, Italy are ahead at 4″, Canada and Switzerland at 10″, Sweden at 13″.

16.44: Czech Republic, Germany, Norway, Italy at 6.3 km, 4 ″ Canada, 6 ″ Switzerland and Ukraine, 12 ″ Sweden, 31 ″ France.

16.43: Canada, Italy, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Germany and Norway, Switzerland, Sweden 19″, France 31″ ahead

16.42: ZERO OF CHAPLERS! He is ahead of the Czech Republic and Norway. Sweden, France, Canada and Ukraine are wrong

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16.41: Second polygon

16.40: Increasing members of the leading group at km 4.5: Canada, Italy, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Sweden, Germany and Norway, France and Romania, 13 “Switzerland

16.38: Canada, Italy, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Sweden, Germany and Norway at 3.8 km, 7 ″ France and Romania

16.36: Canada, Italy, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Sweden, Germany and Norway in the lead group after the first polygon

16.36: Italy and Canada restart first without errors, France, Norway, Austria and Switzerland all wrong.

16.34: Czech Republic, Sweden, Germany 2km ahead. Some teams at the bottom of the group are relegated.

16.32: 1.3 km Sweden, Czech Republic, Germany, France ahead

16.30: Match begins, 22 teams start

16.27: The other three parts of Italy are covered by Bionas, Braunhofer and Giacomel. The first fraction consists of Strömsheim (Nor), Nelin (Swe), Lombardot (Fra), Rees (Ger).

16.25: Daniele Cappellari did not compete in Italy yesterday. The Friulian performed well in Canmore at the IBU Cup, finishing third in the sprint without a fault and fifth in the pursuit with two faults, and will start in the first fraction.

16.22: There are valuable points in the ranking of countries that will allocate the bibs for next season.

16.19: Sweden, Norway, France and Germany remain favourites, looking at yesterday’s results, but other organizations such as Italy could also enter the battle for one of the elite positions in the final stages.

16.16: In such a scenario, today’s men’s relay becomes a very uncertain race where many formations, even from the second tier, can attack the podium.

16.13: Unfortunate situation, at least in the early stages, the Swedish World Cup: some of the best protagonists of the season are not at the start, all but one are infected with Covid: the Norwegians Johannes and Darij Bo and Lekrit, the landlord Samuelsson , the French Fillon Maillet, the Slovenian Fak and the other Transalpine Jacqueline He has decided to end the season early. Some of them will compete in the mass start tomorrow

16.10: Hello friends of OA Sport and welcome to the live coverage of the men’s 4×7.5 km relay valid for the 2022-2023 World Cup scheduled in Oestersund, Sweden.

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Welcome to live streaming of men’s 4×7.5 km relay valid for the 2022-2023 World Cup scheduled in Oestersund, Sweden.. The unfortunate situation, at least in the early stages, is the Swedish one of the World Cup: some of the best protagonists of the season are not at the start, all but one are infected with Covid: the Norwegians Johannes and Darij Bo and Leikrit, the host Samuelsson, the French Fillon Maillet, the Slovenian Fog and the other Transalpine Jacqueline. They have decided to finish early.

In such a scenario, today’s men’s relay turns out to be a highly uncertain race where multiple formations, even from the second tier, can attack the podium. Sweden, Norway, France and Germany remain favourites, looking at yesterday’s results, but other organizations such as Italy could also enter the battle for one of the elite positions in the final stages. Grabs are precious points in the ranking of countries that allocate bibs for the following season. This is why many teams do not ignore this race.

So far in Jämtland they are controversial 14 relays Masculine. This is the ranking of victories: 6 – Norway (including 2019 World Championship gold); 2 – Russia (including 2008 gold medal); 2 – Soviet Union (including 1970 gold medal); 2 – Germany; 1 – Belarus; 1 – France. l’Italy proud of Three Placing it on the lowest step of the platform. First, dated 14th March 1993Has Hubert’s signature LedjebWilfred BalhuberEdmond shutup your mouth And Elmer Mutschelechner. The second came on December 14 1997Harpooned by Patrick FavreWilbright BalhuberBeeralberto Carrara And Rene Katarinussi. Finally, on December 7th 2019And Lucas HoferThomas BormoliniDaniel Chaplains And Dominic Windy They managed to bring the blue team to third place.

Italy did not compete at home yesterday Daniel Cappellari. The Friulian performed well in Canmore at the IBU Cup, finishing third in the sprint without a fault and fifth in the pursuit with two faults, and will start in the first fraction. Their place is certain Tommaso Giacomel, Didier Bionaz and Patrick Braunhofer, heroes of a great race yesterday. No Lucas Hofer, who ended the season early.

OA Sport offers live coverage of the 4×7.5 km men’s relay at the 2022-2023 World Cup in Ostersund, Sweden, scheduled at 4.30 pm.. Enjoy our live broadcast in real time!

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