BiathlonRacingUSBA National Championship Super Sprint Rundown

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Sean Doherty during the men’s 5 k super sprint at the USBA National Championships. (Photo: John Lazenby/lazenbyphoto.com)

USBA National Championships Jericho, Vermont 5 k Super Sprint

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Sean Doherty leading the men out during the USBA National Championship 5 k super sprint. (Terry Wickland)

On Sunday at the US Biathlon National Championships in Jericho, Vermont both the men and women raced a 5-kilometer mass start super sprint with four shooting rounds — prone, prone, standing, standing.

Sean Doherty (USBA) took the men’s win in 14:47.6 while shooting 0+2+0+1. Cody Johnson of the U.S. National Guard placed second (+26.1, 0+0+0+2). Travis Cooper representing National Guard Biathlon raced to third (+27.4, 1+0+1+1).

Clare Egan on the range during the women’s 5 k super sprint at the USBA National Championships. (Photo: John Lazenby/lazenbyphoto.com)

Susan Dunklee (USBA/CGRP) won the women’s super sprint in 16:08.1 shooting 0+0+3+0. Clare Egan (USBA/CGRP) placed second (+13.9, 0+0+0+0), and Emily Dreissigacker third (+43.4, 1+0+0+0).

The women’s USBA National Championship 5 k super sprint podium (l-r): Susan Dunklee in first, Emily Dreissigacker in third, and Clare Egan in second. (Photo: John Lazenby/lazenbyphoto.com)

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