Martin Fourcade has set a new record in the biathlon world Cup

Photo: Sven Hoppe/dpa

In Ruhpolding Fourcade lost only to the Norwegian Johannes Bø. The Frenchman got on the podium for the fifteenth time in a row , a record in world Cup history. The previous record also belonged to Fourcade in 2012/2013 and 2013/2104 years it fourteen times in a row included in the top three.

This season, Fourcade was on the podium in all twelve races. Five times he became the best, many times finished second and twice third.

To Fourcade a record number of hits the number of winners owned by the Norwegian OLE Einar Bjoerndalen and the Soviet biathlete Vladimir Drachev. They won medals in ten races in a row.

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