Vercors biathlete Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet has started her World Cup season well. She finished second in the Ostersund (Sweden) sprint on Sunday November 28, eleven seconds behind Swedish winner Hanna Öberg.

After a 15km missed yesterday (52nd), Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet largely rectified the situation, this Sunday, November 28, by finishing second in the sprint (7.5km) in Ostersund (Sweden), for the first weekend of the World Cup of biathlon.

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The athlete from Isère nevertheless gave everything, with a flawless shooting, but she could not face the regional of the stage, the Swedish Hanna Öberg, impeccable on the shot but also on the skis, since she won the race eleven seconds ahead.

It’s a very good start to the Biathlon World Cup for Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet, licensed at 7 Laux, and vice-world champion in the specialty. It is also a great rise in power: last season, she finished ninth, for her return to competition, after the birth of her first child.

His sister, Chloé Chevalier, also licensed at 7 Laux, will finish far, beyond 50th place. She is currently 56th, as the race ends at this very moment. Regarding the other French women, Justine Braisaz-Bouchet finished 6th, Anaïs Bescond 13th, Julia Simon 35th.

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