Youngster Kazmaier misses biathlon
Kazmaier, the recent German participant in Beijing, was on Friday at the visually impaired biathlon over 12.5 kilometers with Guide Florian Baumann in 50: 23.2 minutes without a second. She was only 3.6 seconds behind the winner Oksana Shishkova from Ukraine. For the student it was the fourth medal in China at its Paralympics premiere.
Walter, Paralympics winner over the 10 kilometers, came with Guide Pirmin Strecker also without shooting mistakes in 52: 27.6 minutes as a third to the goal and thus was also for the fourth time in the games on the podium. Fourth was Johanna Recktenwald in 57: 00.8 minutes.
Giant Slalom Bronze: Rothfuss medal also with fifth Paralympics
Ski tourist Andrea Rothfuss returns from her fifth Paralympics with a medal. The 32-year-old was a bit surprising bronze on Friday in the giant slalom of the standing class and cried in the finish in the finish. "Chapeau! The signs were not on medal, but she has gotten out over her," said the seven-time paralympics winner Anna Schaffelhuber as an ARD expert. Anna-Maria Rieder from Murnau took a considerable fifth place.
For Rothfuss it was her a total of 14. Paralympics medal. A golden, nine silver and four bronze are now in the balance, everyone games they brought at least 1. "This medal is the best and beautiful. It even stands over the golden of Sochi," Rothfuss said, "I dreamed of it, but I did not care for it. But I made the impossible possible."
However, the Rothfuss moving for the SV Mertal-Obertal, at the victory of the Chinese Mengqiu Zhang, benefited from a fall of the second-placed ebba Aarsjoe after the first passage. "I have to confess to my shame that I was looking for after her fall," Rothfuss said, "That's not my way. But I knew that's the medal, and there's all everything went through with me."