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Russia’s Alena Mokhova wins her second gold medal of Lausanne 2020 with victory in Women’s Biathlon 6km sprint

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Location: Les Tuffes Nordic Centre, France

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Russian biathlete Alena Mokhova has won her second gold medal at the Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG) Lausanne 2020.

Mokhova enjoyed a close battle from the start with her compatriot Anastasiia Zenova for victory but always held the edge over her opponent, not with the rifle but over the skiing stages.

Both Russians were perfect shooting from the prone position, and both missed one target in the standing round. 

Mokhova took gold in a time of 18:55.40, just 1.9 seconds ahead of Zenova. Austria’s Anna Andexer won bronze.

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