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KHANTY-MANSIISK, March 30, /ITAR-TASS/. Biathlete Yevgeny Boyarskikh has won the gold medal in pursuit race at Russian championships in this northern Russian city on Sunday.
Boyarskikh, who represents Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area - Yugra, have made two misses at shooting ranges and has finished with the time of 34:4.9 minutes. Two biathletes from Russian Ural’s Perm territory Sergey Klyachin (lag of +1.2 seconds; two misses) and Alexander Pechenkin (+20.3 seconds; two misses) came after the gold winner.