Biathlete Erik Lesser wants to adopt himself to conclude his career and celebrate a last success experience.

“My last race should not be Halligalli, game, fun and tension competition – I want to fight for a good placement in the mass launch ranking again,” said the 33-year-old in front of the World Cup final from Thursday to Sunday at the legendary Holmenkollen in Norwegian Oslo.

The 14-member bid of the German Ski Association (DSV) is led by Olympic Champion Denise Herrmann, who hopes for a successful season of the season after exhausting weeks. “I do not expect me to run in every race towards Podium. I try to enjoy everything a little and get a nice conclusion on Sunday,” said the 33-year-old gold medal winner in singles.

A farewell is the finale for the sporting director Bernd Eisenbichler, which changes to the economy for personal reasons. “Our goal is to build on the really very good performance of the last two weeks and to create a beautiful highlight at the end of the season, with which everyone can go well into the break.”

In the men, the DSV team exceptionally has eight starting places, as Lucas Fratzscher and Philipp Horn qualify for their top ten placement in the IBU Cup overall standings.

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