Hakkinen helps US to 10th-place finish

Kasilof biathlete Jay Hakkinen helped the United States to take 10th in a World Cup relay on Sunday in Antholz, Italy.

Lowell Bailey led off for the U.S. and had two penalty loops, which put the U.S. in a hole. Hakkinen skied second and had just two misses on the range.

The U.S. finished at 1 hour, 14 minutes and 49.2 seconds, 2:34.5 behind winner France.

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