The leader of the modern biathlon Martin Fourcade of France was going to win the race without firing.
French biathlete Martin Fourcade, who prematurely won the overall world Cup standings, decided to amuse spectators in the last race of the season – men’s mass start in Norwegian Holmenkollen.
Fourcade went the distance, forgetting the ammo. Interesting that he only remembered when he arrived at the first shooting and not finding the cartridges into the rifle, was forced to seek the help of coaches who threw him a store of ammunition.
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Stage Martin has handed the missing stores of weapons. Interestingly, in the end, Martin Fourcade was on the track without mistakes.
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