MINSK, 22 December (BelTA) – Belarus’ Dzinara Alimbekava goes fifth in the IBU Women’s World Cup Overall Score, BelTA has actually learned.

Prior To BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon 4 in Hochfilzen, Dzinara Alimbekava was 2nd in the standings. In Austria the Belarusian completed 31st in the Women’s 7.5 km Sprint, 11th in the Women’s Pursuit and 20th in the Women’s Mass Start.

Presently, the Belarusian has 326 points. The IBU Women’s World Cup Overall Rating is topped Marte Olsbu Roeiseland of Norway with 415 points. Second is Sweden’s Hanna Oeberg with 378 points. Third goes Norway’s Tiril Eckhoff with 346 points. Fourth is Sweden’s Elvira Oeberg with 334 points.

3 more Belarusians earned points in the very first 4 World Cup occasions: Elena Kruchinkina is 27th with 100 points, Iryna Kryuko is 29th with 97 points, and Hanna Sola is 37th with 65 points. In the IBU Women’s Nations Cup Rating Belarus goes 7th with a total of 2,252 points. Sweden leads with 2,871 points, Norway is 2nd with 2,745 points and France is third with 2,682 points.

Johannes Boe of Norway tops the Men’s World Cup Overall Score with 428 points. Second goes Norway’s Sturla Holm Laegreid with 373 points. Third is Sweden’s Sebastian Samuelsson with 344 points. As for the Belarusian professional athletes, Anton Smolski goes 29th with 92 points, Sergey Bocharnikov is 32nd with 86 points, Maksim Varabei is 43rd with 39 points, Raman Yaliotnau is 56th with 15 points. Belarus is eighth in the IBU Male’s Nations Cup Score with a total of 2,052 points. Norway leads the standings with 3,033 points, Sweden goes second with 2,714 points and Germany is third with 2,629 points.

BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon 5 will take place in Oberhof, Germany in early 2021. The occasion will consist of males’s and women’s sprints on 8 January, males’s and ladies’s pursuits on 9 January, and 4×6 mixed relay and single blended relay on 10 January.