Olympics Round-Up, Day 3: Still No Medals ({{commentsTotal}})

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Only three Estonian athletes saw action on the third competition day of the Sochi games, but Estonia again failed to break into the top 30.

Biathlon, men's 12.5 km pursuit, February 10

1. Martin Fourcade, FRA, 33:48, one missed
45. Indrek Tobreluts, EST, + 4:11, three missed
46. Kauri Kõiv, EST, + 4:21, three missed
59. Daniil Steptšenko, EST, + 7:03, seven missed

“The competition was not easy as the track was too hard for a heavy man like myself. Tobreluts is five-six kilograms lighter and he left me behind fast on the first climb of the last round,” Kõiv told ERR radio after the race.

Estonians competing today:

12:00-15:22 Cross-country: Women's sprint free (Ojaste)
12:25-15:30 Cross-country: Men's sprint free (Kümmel, Sellis, Ränkel)
17:00 Biathlon: Women's 10 km pursuit (Gaim, Lehtla, Jurlova, Talihärm)



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