Dhe was twice advertised as a biathlon Olympic gold medalist, Laura Dalmayer, honored in her athletics excursion. The 26-year-old landed Saturday at the long-awaited world championship in mountain running in Argentina's Villa La Angogura at 27th, surpassing 41.5km with a 2184m difference at 4:20:47 pm.
"It was nice, but of course I'm really broken," said Dalmayer, who was the only German at Lehatlatelik.de: "I'm satisfied with my time, which corresponds to my level of performance. right, really strong. "
Romanian Christina Simion (3:49:57) won the title ahead of the French duo Adeline Roche (3:51:56) and Biandin Lirondell (3:52:07). Moritz was on the hill (3:31:18) as the 13th best German in men's, world champion was American Vice Champion Jimmy Woolsley (3:12:16).
Dalmeier completed his biathlon career in May after winning two gold and one bronze at the 2018 Olympics and a total of seven World Cup titles. In early October, the German Athletic Federation (DLV) nominated her for the World Championship in Mountain Running. During the summer she recommended herself with strong performances for the German team.
"When it was clear that it could handle the mountains well with its endurance potential even without snow, it made the team jump within our criteria," DLV CEO Idris Gonshinska told SID. Dalmayer has "exceptional core endurance and is a competitor".