Comeback of Dahlmeier: I rarely need to plague so brutal


    The more than 11,500 spectators in the Chiemgau Arena, they celebrated, as they had just won the Sprint. That was for Laura Dahlmeier is the most beautiful part of your second Comebacks. Even if the result – space-nine – was not, perhaps, entirely their own expectations. But for one exception-women of the way back. The reality was, anyway, very quickly, her relentless companion. “I was highly motivated,” she says, “but on the first hill, I noticed that the knuckles were blue. I felt pretty tired.“

    Claus Dieterle

    sports editor.

    F. A. Z.

    Since the 25-year-old Olympic champion from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, kirchenerin was already clear that it would not be enough-running at home in Ruhpolding in the front. The more you focus on your tasks at the shooting range. Since she was accustomed to scores: All the slices were. “I’m already proud of, with Zero to go away,” she says. That was the positive part of your first appearance after the Christmas break. The painful Part culminated in the sentence: “I rarely need to plague so brutal.” In the end, you were missing after 7.5 kilometres and 47.7 seconds on the Slovakian Anastasia Kuzmina, who won in front of Lisa Vittozzi of Italy, and Swede Hanna Oeberg – the equivalent of laps in about two criminal. Laura Dahlmeier was, after all, the best German biathlete. And somehow this day is suited to your current path.

    runs This season as a roller-coaster ride. Once Laura Dahlmeier pulled back in retreat to a mountain hut, to find out if the biathlon fire burning in her. “On the mountain, the head is free. Since you make the better decisions,“ she said. Many had expected that after two Gold medals and some of the allusions in Pyeongchang with a resignation. But the flame blazed up still or again. Then she was slowed by a fall injury, a tear wound, the inflamed,. “That took longer than I thought,” she says.