Ski de fond
Championnats du monde juniors d'Erzurum
 
 
Jeudi 23 février 2012
 
10km classique U23 dames : Encore un doublé russe avec Mariya Guschina et Polina Medvedeva
 
De bonnes conditions à Erzurum pour cette quatrième journée des Mondiaux Juniors de ski de fond.

Encore un doublé russe ! Maria Gushina dominé la compétition en 29:23.2 et a devancé sa compatriote Pauline Medvedeva de 26,7 sec. La Norvégienne, Martin Ek Hagen, a remporté la médaille de bronze. Malgré un splendide finish, la Suédoise Emma Wiken a vu la médaille de bronze s'envoler pour 4 dixièmes de seconde.
C'est la deuxième médaille pour Guschina Mariya aux Championnats du monde U23 de ski. L'année dernière, à Otepää, elle avait obtenu la médaille d'argent sur le 10 km libre départ individuel.

Nouvelle satisfaction pour Manon Locatelli qui prend une très belle sixième place à une minute de la tête. La Méaudraise réalise un excellent mois de février avec des victoires au plan national et de belles places d'honneur à l'international.
Célia Aymonier a pris la 24ème place.
Podium dames >
 
15km classique U23 hommes : Evgeniy Belov solide vainqueur
 
Evegniy Belov a remporté sa deuxième médaille aux Championnats du monde U23. Après la médaille d'argent obtenue mardi lors du sprint en style libre, il a netetment dominé le 15 classique km. Belov a remporté le concours en 37:40.1. L'Américain Noé Hoffman a concédé 25s et l'Allemand Hannes Dotzler 29 sec.

Evgeniy Belov avait déjà brillé l'an dernier lors des Mondiaux d'Otepää où il avait remporté la médaille d'argent du 30km et la médaille d'or du skiathlon. Parti plutôt lentement, le Russe a rattrapé son retard au 10ème km et a creusé des écarts dans les cinq derniers kilomètres.

Les Allemands ont réussi un beau tir groupé de la 3ème à la 5ème place avec Hannes Dotzler, Tim Tscharnke et Thomas Bing.
Les Français, encore jeunes, ont dû se contenter des 32ème place pour Damien Tarantola et 42ème pour Alexis Jeannerod.
Evgeniy Belov >
 
Déclarations

Mariya Guschina (RUS)
I do not know what is the secret I won today. The second part of the competition was very difficult. I am good at distance races and I like classical technique. This was my most favorite race today. My tactics was to be building up the pace. I was pushing very hard in the second lap. I wanted to go as fast as possible in the last 5 km of the competition. When I heard I could win, I got extra motivated and I was working even harder. Before the World Championships we were training in the high altitude in Bulgaria at 2.000 m. I'm quite well prepared for the high altitude in Erzurum, nevertheless it is difficult to compete here. There is a great team spirit in our squad. Everybody is working very hard. Coaches, service as well as athletes are trying their best. That is why Russians skiers have collected so many medals here.

Polina Medvedeva (RUS)
I am very happy about silver medal. I am not disappointed I missed the gold medal. This is my first medal at the Junior/U23 World Ski Championships. I expected to by fighting with Mariya (Guschina) for the podium. It was a tough fight with her from the beginning of the competition. It feels great to be on the podium with her. We share our big day together. The 5 km lap is very hard here in Erzurum but the track was prepared in the perfect way

Martine Ek Hagen (NOR)
I am very happy about the bronze medal. I was very tired at the end of the race. It could have been fourth place but also silver medal. I did not know about Emma Wiken's strong performance. I knew about two Russian girls. When I crossed the finish line I was very relieved I claimed the bronze medal. It was very tight between me and Emma. I went wrong in the second lap. If I had lost the medal because of that mistake I would have been very disappointed. I never competed in such high altitude. It has been tough but quite OK for me.

Evgeniy Belov (RUS)
I cannot express how happy I am today when I defended the title from Otepää. It was a tough competition. My plan was to start carefully and then to build up the pace. I had excellent skis. Our waxing team did a great job. I am in great shape these days. I am happy I can be fighting for medals both in sprints and in distance competitions. I will have a rest now and will be getting ready for the Skiathlon on Saturday. Last year I claimed silver medal in that competition and I am hoping for a good result again.

Noah Hoffman (USA)
I feel really good. That was fun to race today. Evgeniy Belov was very fast today. It's my fifth time at the Junior/U23 Championships and I am happy for the podium. I was getting the split times on the course but I was trying to stay focused on my performance.

Hannes Dotzler (GER)
It was a very good race today. I am happy about my third place. I had problems with my otitis in my left ear so I had to be on antibiotics. Fortunately I did not need my ear for racing. It was very hard to be competing in the high altitude. I wanted to go slowly at the beginning but then I was in the lead after 5.0 km. I was probably too fast in early stages of the race but I came to the finish for bronze and I am happy for that. I hope I will have a good race on Saturday. The German team had a good day with strong performance. I hope Jochen Behle is happy with us.

 
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