Winners behind Marte and Quentin

Marte Olsbu Roeiseland and Quentin Fillon Maillet were the Queen and the King of the Olympic season 2021/2022, but on many fronts, the contests between the athletes and the nations for the Cup score wins were tight and exciting until the very end.

Most win nations

Norway won 24 times in the 2021/2022 season, more than any other nation. Norwegian women contributed 9 wins, men 6 and relays 9.

France stoop atop of the podium 14 times. French men won 9 times, women 3 times and relays twice.

Sweden collected 8 wins. The Oeberg sisters won five times among them, Sebastian Samuelsson twice and women's relay once.

Most win women

Marte Olsbu Roeiseland collected six wins in the BMW IBU World Cup in the 2021/2022 season. She won four times in the pursuit and two times in the sprint.

11 different winners among women

There were 11 different winners among women in the BMW IBU World Cup in the 2021/2022 season. Olsbu Roeiseland won six times and Elvira Oeberg won four times. Tiril Eckhoff's form took off just in time for the Olympics, and she finished the winter with flair, with three wins in the last three weeks.

Justine Braisaz-Bouchet won twice, and Hanna Oeberg, Lisa Theresa Hauser, Hanna Sola, Denise Herrmann, Julia Simon, Marketa Davidova, and Dorothea Wierer once each.

Norwegian athletes had nine wins, Swedish five, French three, whereas Austrian, German, Italian, Czech and Belarus had one.

Most wins men

Quentin Fillon Maillet banked eight wins in the 2021/2022 BMW IBU World Cup. He won five times in the pursuit and three times in the sprint.

12 different men winners

There were 12 winners in the 2021/2022 BMW IBU World Cup. Fillon Maillet won eight times.

Sturla Holm Laegreid and Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen dispersed their wins between Trimesters 1 and 3, whereas Sebastian Samuelsson won back-to-back sprints in Oestersund.

Emilien Jacquelin, Anton Babikov, Alexander Loginov, JT Boe, Benedikt Doll, Erik Lesser, Johannes Kuehn and Sivert Guttorm Bakken had one win each.

French athletes had nine wins, Norwegian six, German three, whereas Swedish and Russian had two.

Most relay wins

Norway had the most wins in the relays: eight. Their women's relay won twice, men's four times and mixed relay three times.

The Norwegians won the Cup score in the Men and Mixed relay but came second to the Swedes in the Women's relay.

Photo: IBU/C. Manzoni

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