Kuzmina’s biathlon watched by an audience of 4,875

The 10 kilometre womens‘ biathlon on Tuesday, February 16, at the 21st Winter Olympics in Vancouver where Slovak contestant Anastasia Kuzmina won the silver medal was watched by 4,875 people live in the Olympic Park in Whistler, according to the SITA newswire.

The 10 kilometre womens‘ biathlon on Tuesday, February 16, at the 21st Winter Olympics in Vancouver where Slovak contestant Anastasia Kuzmina won the silver medal was watched by 4,875 people live in the Olympic Park in Whistler, according to the SITA newswire.

Kuzmina, 35, who was born in the Russian town of Tyumen, has already won a gold medal at the Olympics in Vancouver – at Saturday’s biathlon women’s 7.5km sprint. This is the first Olympic medal for Slovakia in its recent history. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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