Biathlete Kuzmina dominated in women's 10 km pursuit

She did not make any mistake at the shooting range.

Anastasia KuzminaAnastasia Kuzmina(Source: TASR)

Slovak biathlete Anastasia Kuzmina triumphed in Biathlon World Cup's women 10 km pursuit on March 23 in Holmenkollen, Norway.

She won the last pursuit in her career without making any mistake at the shooting range, as the only one of 60 biathletes who started in the race, the Sme daily reported.

Second was Denise Herrmann of Germany and Hanna Öberg of Sweden was third.

Another Slovak biathlete Paulína Fialková placed 35th.

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