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Facts & Figures

  • Date: 23. January to 2. February 2020 
  • Copetitions: 7 days with a total of 16 competitions (here you can find the competition program)
  • Teams: 44 nations, 500 athletes, 300 coaches
  • Athletes per day: about 250 athletes compete daily
  • Volunteers: 350 helpers
  • Wachscontainer: 71 Wax container (41 permanent, 30 temporary)
  • Entry: Free entrance at the track, a ticket is required for the stadium/stand area
    Please note: A part of the generated ticket income goes to the promotion of young talents.
  • Livestream: A livestream will be offered on all days of the competition. On February 1-2, the livestream will also be recorded by the host broadcaster SRF.
  • Side Events:
    25. Januar 2020, 19 Uhr: Opening ceremony at the Kurhaus Lenzerheide
    29. Januar 2020, 19 Uhr: Medal ceremony at the Kurhaus Lenzerheide
    1. Februar 2020, 19 Uhr: Medal ceremony at the Kurhaus Lenzerheide
    2. Februar 2020, 16.30 Uhr: Medal ceremony and closing ceremony at the Biathlon Arena Lenzerheide in Lantsch/Lenz

 

Schweizer Biathlon Team

  • 2 Jugend-Weltmeister 2019: Amy Baserga und Niklas Hartweg
  • Saison 2019/20 sehr erfolgreich: 
    • Resultate 3 Wettkämpfe (Alpencup und 2x IBU Junior Cup)
      • Niklas Hartweg
        • 4 Siege
        • 1x 2. Platz
        • 1x 3. Platz
        • Aktuell führt Niklas Hartweg die «MEN'S IBU JUNIOR CUP TOTAL SCORE» Liste an
      • Amy Baserga
        • 2 Siege
        • 2x 2. Platz
        • Aktuell führt Amy Baserga die «WOMEN'S IBU JUNIOR CUP TOTAL SCORE» an
      • Sebastian Stalder
        • 3. Platz
        • Lea Meier
        • 3x 3. Platz
      • Sieg in der Mixed Staffel (Amy Baserga, Lea Meier, Laurin Fravi, Niklas Hartweg)
      • Sieg Single-Mixed-Staffel (Lea Meier, Niklas Hartweg)