US men's relay takes 10th at biathlon Worlds

The U.S. men’s relay took 10th place at the biathlon World Championships on Friday in Ruhpolding, Germany.

The U.S. team had a total of 14 misses on the range, but did not have to take any penalty loops. The U.S. team finished at 1 hour, 20 minutes, 32.9 seconds, 3:06.1 behind champion Norway.

Kasilof’s Jay Hakkinen skied the second leg for the U.S. team, with three misses on each leg.

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