03/25/2017 at 20:12. Facebook
Here is the new baby girl Ines, proud papa and the obviously enthralled big sister Manon. Thanks to Martin for sharing such a precious photo.
03/24/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
It is a girl named Ines for Martin and Helene! Congratulations and best wishes from the IBU and the whole biathlon family!
03/24/2017 at 15:09. Facebook
Together, we make the Biathlon Family.
The voice of Lowell Bailey reminds us of the cardinal points of what the Biathlon Family is in this beautiful clip with many stars of the sport, including Martin Fourcade, Laura Dahlmeier, Gabriela Koukalova, Dorothea Wierer, Simon Eder, Darya Domracheva, Ole Einar Bjørndalen, Anton Shipulin, Simon Schempp, Kaisa Mäkäräinen and many more. #biathlon
03/23/2017 at 19:37. Facebook
Always hard to get everyone to smile for the camera but after a season like this one was, not hard for the French team! #HOL17
03/23/2017 at 13:26. Facebook
03/22/2017 at 20:17. Facebook
Laura and Martin's combined crystal collection; they probably needed some help getting these home. One more time: Congratulations on a spectacular season! Christian Manzoni
03/22/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
Following the first wrap up of the BMW IBU World Cup, we thought about sharing a collection of funny biathlon moments: tears, emotions, crashes and celebrations to remember from the 2016-17 World Cup season.
03/21/2017 at 19:41. Facebook
First ever Romanian athlete to be on the podium (and win!), 3 times flag bearer at the Olympic Games, Tofalvi Eva most likely closed her career the past weekend in Oslo, 20 years after her WC debut.
“I am not a 100% sure, but I feel like it is the moment to settle down and start a family," she said: “I love competing and I love skiing above all, so these things I will miss for sure. I won't...
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Eva Tofalvi calls it a career - International Biathlon Union - IBU
03/21/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Franzi seems a bit nervous about holding this rather valuable piece of crystal up so high! Photo by IBU Photographer Christian Manzoni.
03/21/2017 at 12:30. Facebook
It's soon holiday time for the Biathlon Family... so we asked them "if you had 2 tickets to go anywhere, where would you go and with whom" have fun and start to feel the holiday vibe! (ps. special guest at the end of the clip!)
The first day of spring; skiing off into the sunset; with winter and the 2016-17 BMW IBU World Cup season in the rear view mirror.
To close out this last day of the 2016-17 BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon season, the three athletes who won all of the individual Crystal Globes...and a huge bunch of IBU World Championships Medals. Congratulations to Laura for her first World Cup Total Score title; Martin for his sweep of the crystal and World Cup Total Score title number 6 in a row, and Gabi for her Sprint and Mass Start titles....
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Mass starts end the season: a big win for Tiril at home; Gabi and Kaisa on the podium. Martin closes the season like he started it with a win; Andrejs and Simon close their seasons standing on the podium.#HOL17
The 2016-17 BMW IBU World Cup has come to an end: we've shared strong emotions, first time wins, tears, fears, love and laughs. In this short clip we tried to wrap it all up as the countdown for the new season begins.
The 2016-17 BMW IBU World Cup season came and went in the blink of an eye. Now here is the whole season compressed into six and a half minutes!. November will be here before you know it! #HOL17

Östersund to Oslo: Season Wrap-up Video - International Biathlon Union - IBU
This is why the jury decided not to take action against Martin Fourcade today.
A little hiccup early by Martin, with an empty magazine turned into one of his clean-shooting perfect days to cap the season with a sweep of the men's Crystal Globes.

Dominating Performance by Fourcade in Mass Start Victory - International Biathlon Union - IBU
It does not get much better than winning at home and avoiding the penalty loop; just ask Tiril Eckhoff. #HOL17

Tiril Eckhoff Victorious in Oslo Women's Mass Start - International Biathlon Union - IBU
A 6th places in the mass start closes the season of Michal Slesingr who sees this as a good result, but the last shooting... #HOL17

#HOL17 bittersweet 6th Slesingr in mass start

Michal Slesingr finished 6th in the mass stat of Holmenkollen which ended the BMW IBU World Cup season

Mass start and 14th win of the season for Martin Fourcade; clean shooting brings him across the finish line in 37:32.2. Second with a career best first podium Andrejs Rastorgujevs, with two penalties, 17.4 seconds back and third to Simon Eder, with one penalty, 32,54 seconds back.