Last day of EYOF 2019

CrossCountry men’s and women’s Sprint discipline has finally finished. First place went to Andreas Bergsland from Norway, Second place was Russian competitor Artem Maximov, and the third place was another Russian Sergey Volkov.

In the female category the winner was Monika Skinder from Poland , second place was Alena Baranova from Russia, and the third place was a Norwegian competitor Sigrid Leseth Foeyen.

On the mt.Jahorina open arena the last EYOF biathlon competition finally ended. In the women’s relay 2x6km discipline and the 2x7.5km male the winners were the Norwegian team. Second place was the French team and the third place went to Finland. This is the second gold medal for the Norwegian team because also Hanna Boerve won gold in biathlon 6km sprint. France won two gold medals along the silver medal today. Eric Perrot won biathlon 7.5km sprint and Noemie Remonnay won 10km biathlon. This marks the end of biathlon competitions.

Last mt.Igman race also ended. CrossCountry relay race also took place today, in both free and classic category. First place went to Norwegian team, Russian team took second place, and third place was Switzerland.

Last day of EYOF also saw team parallel slalom competition in which 16 teams took part. Gold medal went to France, team is made of Marie Lamure, Pablo Banfi, Leo Ducros, and Caitlin MC Farlane. Silver medal went to Austrian team which is made out of Magdalena Egger, Joshua Sturm, Lukas Feurstein, and Amanda Salzgeber. Bronze medal was won by the Norwegian team, team is made up of Sofie Aam Olsen, Oscar Zimmer, Andreas Soensterud, and Anna Bryn Moerkeset.

In the “Mirza Delibasic” Olympic arena speed skating short track has come to the end. In the female category in 1000m race best skater was Petra Rusnakova from Slovakia with passing time of 1.38.566. Second place was Chiara Betti from Italy, her time was 1.39.662. Bronze medal was won by Yana Dambrouskaya from Belorussia, it took her 2.10.698 to finish the race. Races in the male category also took place. Gold medal was won by Attila Talabos from Hungary with passing time of 1.36.676, second place was Vladimir Balbekov from Russia, his time was 1.37.073. Third place took another competitor from Hungary Balazs Bontovics, his time was 1.37.436.

The final relay 3000m mixed race(men and women) also took place. Representatives from Hungary, Poland, Russia, and Netherlands fought for medals in this discipline. First place and gold medal went to Hungarian team (4.18.084), second place was won by Poland (4.18.168), and the third place was Netherlands (4.23.290).

At “Peki” arena on Pale the last carling competition on EYOF 2019 took place. Finals were played by teams from UK and Switzerland. After a very exciting duel the team from UK won with the game ending 6:2. In the fight for the bronze medal the Hungarian team defeating Poland, score was 10:3.