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MOSCOW, February 8. /ITAR-TASS/. 40-year-old Norwegian athlete Ole Einar Bjorndalen wins biathlon men’s 10 km sprint, coming first with a time of 24:33.5.
Russia’s Anton Shipulin came fourth (24:39.9), showing the best result in the Russian biathlon team.
Ole Einar Bjorndalen’s first Olympics were in Lillehammer in 1994. Then, he did not win any medals. However, at the next Olympic Games in Nagano (1998) he won a gold medal in men’s sprint and a silver medal in relay. In Salt Lake City in 2002, he won all four gold medals. In Turin, he won two silvers and a bronze, and in Vancouver — a silver in individual race and a gold in relay. The Sochi Games are his sixth Olympics.