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Video Interview with Jay Hakkinen after 20K

Sun, Dec  2, 2007 - By US Biathlon Association

Jay Hakkinen (Kasilof, AK) talks about his best-ever season opening World Cup competition, 9th place in Thursday’s 20K Individual.

Jay and the other US men will next compete in the 10K Sprint here on Saturday afternoon.



In today’s Women’s 7.5K Sprint, Lanny Barnes (Durango, CO) was perfect on the shooting range, yet finished in 80th place, 2:36.1 behind Martina Glagow’s winning time of 21:24.1. The German who also won yesterday had her second clean shooting day in a row. She topped teammate Kati Wilhelm by a mere three-tenths of a second and third finisher Tora Berger of Norway by six-tenths. Wilhelm had one penalty, while Berger shot clean. Tracy Barnes (Durango, CO) finished 89th, with two penalties, 3:00.6 back.

The US men will compete in tomorrow’s 10K Sprint, scheduled for 2:45 PM, Finland time.

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