NOVÉ MĚSTO NA MORAVĚ, Czech Republic – 60 men started within two and a half minutes of each other in Sunday’s World Championships pursuit, but the gold medal was ultimately decided by just 2.4 centimeters, with Emil Hegle Svendsen of Norway outsprinting Martin Fourcade of France. Read our race report; here’s what the action looked like as the 12.5 k, four-stage race developed.
Chelsea Little is FasterSkier's Editor-At-Large. A former racer at Ford Sayre, Dartmouth College and the Craftsbury Green Racing Project, she is a PhD candidate in aquatic ecology in the @Altermatt_lab at Eawag, the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology in Zurich, Switzerland. You can follow her on twitter @ChelskiLittle.