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Athletes reunited for the start of the BMW IBU World Cup in the Finnish forests of Kontiol...
Johannes Thingnes Boe suffered in the final competition of the BMW IBU World Cup season, b...
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The hard-working Fillon Maillet has steadily improved his performance since his arrival at the BMW IBU World Cup level in the 2013/2014 season, when he finished 49th in the Total Score standings. He finished 23rd in the 2014/2015 season, 12th in 2015/2016, 20th in 2016/2017, 10th in 2017/2018, third in 2018/2019 and again third in 2019/2020 while fighting for the big globe almost until the end. Quentin won bronze, his first individual medal at the IBU World Championships, in the sprint in Oestersund 2019 and added a bronze in the pursuit. He climbed one step higher in Antholz-Anterselva 2020, winning silver in the sprint and the mass start. He made French history while anchoring the men’s relay team to their first World Championship gold in 19 years in Antholz-Anterselva 2020. He also won gold in the mixed relay in Oslo-Holmenkollen 2016. He took part in PyeongChang 2018 and has yet to win a medal at the Olympic Winter Games. He has three wins to his name in the BMW IBU World Cup.
Quentin is known for his fighting spirit, his craftsmanship—for he knows how to make a rifle—and love for movies.