Svendsen and Co. Stage Comeback in Snowy Hochfilzen as Norway Takes Relay Win
Ole Einar Bjorndalen moved Norway from 16th to first on the second leg of the men's World Cup relay, and then Emil Hegle Svendsen sealed the deal with strong shooting on the anchor leg. It was a rematch of a previous race where he faltered and allowed Russia's Dmitry Malyshko to take over - but today Malyshko made the mistakes. Sweden placed second.