Hakkinen competes in Hochfilzen

HOCHFILZEN, Austria — Jakov Fak of Slovenia won a World Cup 12.5-kilometer pursuit Saturday for his first career victory.

Fak missed two targets before edging out Dmitry Malyshko of Russia by 0.9 of a second. Defending overall champion Martin Fourcade of France missed three times and finished third.

In Friday’s sprint race, Kasilof biathlete Jay Hakkinen finished 67th with a time of 28 minutes, 7.4 seconds. Hakkinen had three misses on the range and was 2:36.3 behind winner Andreas Birnbacher of Germany.

Hakkinen did not qualify for Saturday’s pursuit.

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