Germany’s Henkel wins Oslo biathlon World Cup race



OSLO, Norway (AP) — Andrea Henkel of Germany won the women’s 12.5-kilometer mass start in Oslo for her 21st biathlon World Cup victory.

Henkel missed one target in the first shooting round on the Holmenkollen track Sunday, but grabbed the lead halfway through the race and finished in 38 minutes, 1.2 seconds.

Darya Domracheva of Belarus missed four targets and finished 26.6 seconds behind. Teja Gregorin of Slovenia shot clean to finish third, 27.2 seconds back.

Henkel’s win adds to a streak of victories for Germany in Oslo. On Saturday, Arnd Peiffer and Magdalena Neuner gave Germany a double victory in the pursuit races.