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Über michPlatzierungTrefferquoteLatest Worldcup Results. Hanna Oeberg (SWE ). Über mich. Name. Hanna Oeberg. Geburtsdatum. Land. SWE. Febr. Die Schwedin gewinnt – auch dank ihres deutschen Trainers. Hanna Oeberg. Date of birth 02/11/ Place of birth Kiruna; Ski Fischer Rifle Anschutz; Height cm Weight 65 kg; First biathlon year Social.

She was followed out by Vanessa Hinz and Iryna Kryuko. Marketa Davidova meanwhile had also cleaned and moved up to third.

She chased down Hinz and passed her before the finish to take second place. Hanna Oberg was 4th, Wierer 5th and Makarainen 6th.

That result leaves Wierer in the yellow bib 34 points ahead of Vittozzi heading to the next race in Canmore.

Quentin Fillon Maillet finally got his first World Cup win. He has been really close with several photo finishes putting him in second but today the victory was all his.

It was a perfect race hitting all 20 targets. At the start of the race 18 men went clear after the first prone with fast shooting Simon Eder leading out of the range.

After the second shoot it was Antonin Guigonnat who was in the lead. However out on the tracks it was Johannes Boe who was controlling the pace and getting back to the lead.

That was until Fillon Maillet decided to go with him and they created a small gap on the rest of the chasers. It was a risky tactic for the Frenchman but it paid off in style when Boe missed a shot and he cleaned to take a decisive lead.

He remained calm and when he cleaned the final stand no one could stop him. Not even a charging Boe who after missing another shot in the final stand had to chase down Arnd Peiffer to take second place but was too far behind Fillon Maillet to catch him.

Martin, new name, Fourthcade was 4th again! Guigonnat was 5th and Benjamin Weger was 6th. That now leaves Boe with a massive point lead in the overall ahead of Fourcade who is now in second.

There is a short break now but battle resumes in Canmore on the 7th of February with the individual races. What can I say about the Ruhpolding mass starts!

It was a fantastic reminder not that we need it that biathlon is by far the greatest sport in the world! The men raced first and what a race it was going right down to the wire!

It was Johannes Boe who came out on top but he had to work very, very hard for this win. It was tight from the start with Boe, Martin Fourcade and Tarjei Boe clearing the first 15 shots and staying together on the track.

Julian Eberhard was there too skiing hard to make up for an earlier miss. These four came to the final shoot together and the pressure was huge.

Tarjei missed two and was out of it, then Eberhard missed 1, Fourcade missed 1 and then Johannes missed 1!!! That gave the following athletes the chance to take the lead with Benjamin Weger, Quentin Fillon Maillet and Vetle Christiansen all on the range while the others were on the penalty loop.

They all cleaned the last shoot to head out in the lead. The only problem was they only had 8 seconds on the chasers. They were soon caught and then it came down to three men with Fourcade not being able to keep the pace.

It was another great race from Johannes extending his lead in the overall. Eberhard took second and Fillon Maillet third.

It was decided by just 0. It was Preuss who had more energy at the end and sent the massive home crowd wild taking her first ever World Cup win.

Tandrevold put up a great fight and got her first podium as a reward. Dorothea Wierer was fastest on shoot 1 and 2 but Lena Haecki was with her all the way at the front.

Vittozzi was also there after an early miss in the first prone as was Denise Herrmann. The final shoot was decisive with Preuss and Tandrevold going clear.

Vittozzi and Herrmann missed and so it was a ski race to the finish. Home girl Preuss took it on the line with a strong skiing performance.

Paulina Fialkova leapt up to third after a clean final shoot and a great ski on the final lap. Linn Persson shot clean and was 7th getting her personal best result.

What has the world come to when snow stops winter sport!!! Seriously it was a good decision as safety has to come first.

So Thursday was a lovely sunny winters day with great conditions for biathlon. The men finally got to race and we got another Boe-dium! Johannes Boe won yet another sprint beating his brother by 8 seconds.

It was pretty harsh on Tarjei really as he shot clean and Johannes missed a target. Talk about an annoying little brother.

Johannes is skiing phenomenally well just now and is very tough to beat. Third place went to Benni Doll which pleased the home crowd. He also missed one target.

Shooting clean in 4th was Martin Fourcade. I remember the days when he shot clean he was unbeatable. I mean I should remember it was just last season!

I hate that bib! I love the lady who was wearing it though Anastasiya Kuzmina. It was a great performance from her hitting the perfect ten and winning by Third place went to Hanna Oberg who also hit all the targets.

Laura Dahlmeier returned in good form after missing Oberhof shooting clean to finish 9th. There were quite a few personal bests from the women.

Follow biathlon23 on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram! We are back in Oberhof! Snowy,calm conditions — are you sure we are in Oberhof?

Yes we are and we should enjoy winter now that it has arrived! She won comfortably on Thursday shooting clean and leading the field by five seconds to take her first ever win on the World Cup.

It has been on the cards for a while now and she deserves to make it on to the top step of the podium. Second place went to Anais Chevalier following up her third place in the final race of the mass start in Nove Mesto.

She also shot clean and managed to stay ten seconds clear of the third place finisher Hanna Oberg. She also shot clean as did Iryna Kryuko in 5th and Vita Semerenko in 6th.

It was only 4th placed Marte Olsbu Roeiseland who spoiled the top six all shooting clean by missing 1 target. Dzinara Alimbekava got her personal best finish in 25th as did Susanna Meinen in 39th, Tuuli Tomingas in 42nd and Karoline Knotten in 50th.

From last to first great segue! I think Johannes has been on the podium before though! Loginov shot clean to win by 25 seconds.

Martin Fourcade missed 1 shot to finish 7th and will start 22 seconds behind Johannes Boe in the pursuit. That should be fun! Biathlon, biathlon, Why do I love you so?

Because you are the best sport, Shooting and skiing in the snow! We have the best fans around, And that will never change, Cheering on the athletes, When they are on the shooting range!

But watch out dear biathletes, There is always someone ready to swoop, Especially when you miss a target, And go round the penalty loop.

We also have team Sweden, With gold medallists Seb and Hanna, They are still brilliant biathletes, Even dressed like a banana!

Italy have some amazing shooters, Like Vittozzi and Wierer, Making all the other biathletes, Wish the targets were nearer! Then there are our officials, Who carry out all the checks, We appreciate all the coaches too, And especially the wax techs!

Imagine doing biathlon blind, And shooting with your hearing, Using a guide to get you around, And help you with the steering!

Obviously there was only ever going to be one winner as the combination of Johannes Thingnes Boe and Bib23 are frankly unstoppable! He won the race in 23 minutes just for good measure.

He has always been super talented which begs the question why he decided to dope. Anyway he served his ban and is back performing well.

His form is a mystery but maybe the pressure Boe is putting on him is starting to show. This season Boe has been starting races ahead of Fourcade on the list and posting tough times to beat.

Another Norwegian year-old Johannes Dale, who was on the Junior World Cup last season, got his chance to race on the World Cup and shot clean to finish 15th.

She shot clean and managed to do enough to stay ahead of a remarkable Laura Dahlmeier who made a fantastic comeback after illness.

The pursuits took place on Saturday and with a lead of 21 seconds Johannes would be hard to beat. Tarjei Boe made it a boe-dium moving up 5 places to take third with just 1 miss.

Sebastian Samuelsson moved from 52nd to 10th despite 2 misses. Hanna Oberg moved from 6th to 3rd to take the final podium spot.

Her teammates from Sweden had an excellent race with Mona Brorsson going from 36th to 12th, Anna Magnusson from 44th to 4and Linn Persson from 37th to 15th.

Follow biathlon23 on Twitter! Like biathlon23 on Facebook! Welcome to the 5th anniversary of the Biathlon23 awards!

I know, I am as surprised as you that it has lasted this long! This year we have a couple of special guests giving out awards.

Look out for their awards below. It could be the first and last time I let anyone else run amok on my blog! Their awards are all their own work!

Read, enjoy and feel free to disagree! After the news that Ole Einar Bjoerndalen is retiring, these awards are dedicated to him for being such an amazing competitor and a fabulous servant to the greatest sport in the world.

Thanks Ole, will will miss you! Most hits on the blog so most popular: A certain lady became very, very, very popular after some good performances finishing 5th in two races.

In fact she now has the most popular interview on my blog ever and by a very long way. She also got her first podium finishing second in the last race of the season.

I hope all the attention is due to how good she is at biathlon and not how beautiful she is but that may be wishful thinking! Strangest search on the blog: I love them because they are strange!

Here is a selection of some of the strangest searches on the blog this season! Sorry wrong blog for all that but there is always some gold in between!

How did you prepare for the World Championships? Have you done any races on the IBU Cup for example? I raced at the IBU Cup in Idre at the beginning of the season but after that it has just been a couple of races in the Swedish cup.

I was just focusing on training towards the Championships. What are you plans for the rest of the season? What are your goals for next year?

Next year is my first as a senior and then I hope I will race my first World Cup. You seem to be doing a lot better now as a team.

What do you think has changed? There have been some years with not so many of the junior girls taking the step up to a good senior level.

There are not so many biathletes in Sweden. But now there are a lot of young girls my age who have been pretty much on the same level and this has pushed everyone of us to get even better.

Furthermore the Swedish biathlon confederation took some of us younger girls into the A-team last year and this year with Wolfgang Pichler coming back as coach we have progressed a lot.

My father did biathlon when he was young but not at such a high level. In he and a couple more people started a biathlon club in my home town and so it was natural for me to start with biathlon.

Since then it has been clear to me it is biathlon I want to do. I like the sport because of its complexity. You have to ski well, shoot well and also to shoot pretty fast.

Do you combine sport with your education or are you concentrating only on biathlon at the present? This year I have been taking some courses at the University alongside my training and competing.

Describe yourself in three words. Ambitious, Purposeful and positive. Helena Ekholm and Magdalena Neuner Favourite event sprint, pursuit etc: Some good medium cooked meat with roast potatoes and mushroom sauce.

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Dorothea Wierer was fastest on shoot 1 and 2 but Lena Haecki was with her all the way at the front. Vittozzi was also there after an early miss in the first prone as was Denise Herrmann.

The final shoot was decisive with Preuss and Tandrevold going clear. Vittozzi and Herrmann missed and so it was a ski race to the finish.

Home girl Preuss took it on the line with a strong skiing performance. Paulina Fialkova leapt up to third after a clean final shoot and a great ski on the final lap.

Linn Persson shot clean and was 7th getting her personal best result. What has the world come to when snow stops winter sport!!! Seriously it was a good decision as safety has to come first.

So Thursday was a lovely sunny winters day with great conditions for biathlon. The men finally got to race and we got another Boe-dium!

Johannes Boe won yet another sprint beating his brother by 8 seconds. It was pretty harsh on Tarjei really as he shot clean and Johannes missed a target.

Talk about an annoying little brother. Johannes is skiing phenomenally well just now and is very tough to beat. Third place went to Benni Doll which pleased the home crowd.

He also missed one target. Shooting clean in 4th was Martin Fourcade. I remember the days when he shot clean he was unbeatable.

I mean I should remember it was just last season! I hate that bib! I love the lady who was wearing it though Anastasiya Kuzmina.

It was a great performance from her hitting the perfect ten and winning by Third place went to Hanna Oberg who also hit all the targets. Laura Dahlmeier returned in good form after missing Oberhof shooting clean to finish 9th.

There were quite a few personal bests from the women. Follow biathlon23 on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram!

We are back in Oberhof! Snowy,calm conditions — are you sure we are in Oberhof? Yes we are and we should enjoy winter now that it has arrived!

She won comfortably on Thursday shooting clean and leading the field by five seconds to take her first ever win on the World Cup. It has been on the cards for a while now and she deserves to make it on to the top step of the podium.

Second place went to Anais Chevalier following up her third place in the final race of the mass start in Nove Mesto. She also shot clean and managed to stay ten seconds clear of the third place finisher Hanna Oberg.

She also shot clean as did Iryna Kryuko in 5th and Vita Semerenko in 6th. It was only 4th placed Marte Olsbu Roeiseland who spoiled the top six all shooting clean by missing 1 target.

Dzinara Alimbekava got her personal best finish in 25th as did Susanna Meinen in 39th, Tuuli Tomingas in 42nd and Karoline Knotten in 50th. From last to first great segue!

I think Johannes has been on the podium before though! Loginov shot clean to win by 25 seconds. Martin Fourcade missed 1 shot to finish 7th and will start 22 seconds behind Johannes Boe in the pursuit.

That should be fun! Biathlon, biathlon, Why do I love you so? Because you are the best sport, Shooting and skiing in the snow!

We have the best fans around, And that will never change, Cheering on the athletes, When they are on the shooting range!

But watch out dear biathletes, There is always someone ready to swoop, Especially when you miss a target, And go round the penalty loop.

We also have team Sweden, With gold medallists Seb and Hanna, They are still brilliant biathletes, Even dressed like a banana!

Italy have some amazing shooters, Like Vittozzi and Wierer, Making all the other biathletes, Wish the targets were nearer! Then there are our officials, Who carry out all the checks, We appreciate all the coaches too, And especially the wax techs!

Imagine doing biathlon blind, And shooting with your hearing, Using a guide to get you around, And help you with the steering!

Obviously there was only ever going to be one winner as the combination of Johannes Thingnes Boe and Bib23 are frankly unstoppable! He won the race in 23 minutes just for good measure.

He has always been super talented which begs the question why he decided to dope. Anyway he served his ban and is back performing well.

His form is a mystery but maybe the pressure Boe is putting on him is starting to show. This season Boe has been starting races ahead of Fourcade on the list and posting tough times to beat.

Another Norwegian year-old Johannes Dale, who was on the Junior World Cup last season, got his chance to race on the World Cup and shot clean to finish 15th.

She shot clean and managed to do enough to stay ahead of a remarkable Laura Dahlmeier who made a fantastic comeback after illness.

The pursuits took place on Saturday and with a lead of 21 seconds Johannes would be hard to beat. Tarjei Boe made it a boe-dium moving up 5 places to take third with just 1 miss.

Sebastian Samuelsson moved from 52nd to 10th despite 2 misses. Hanna Oberg moved from 6th to 3rd to take the final podium spot.

Her teammates from Sweden had an excellent race with Mona Brorsson going from 36th to 12th, Anna Magnusson from 44th to 4and Linn Persson from 37th to 15th.

Follow biathlon23 on Twitter! Like biathlon23 on Facebook! Welcome to the 5th anniversary of the Biathlon23 awards!

I know, I am as surprised as you that it has lasted this long! This year we have a couple of special guests giving out awards. Look out for their awards below.

It could be the first and last time I let anyone else run amok on my blog! Their awards are all their own work! Read, enjoy and feel free to disagree!

After the news that Ole Einar Bjoerndalen is retiring, these awards are dedicated to him for being such an amazing competitor and a fabulous servant to the greatest sport in the world.

Thanks Ole, will will miss you! Most hits on the blog so most popular: A certain lady became very, very, very popular after some good performances finishing 5th in two races.

In fact she now has the most popular interview on my blog ever and by a very long way. She also got her first podium finishing second in the last race of the season.

I hope all the attention is due to how good she is at biathlon and not how beautiful she is but that may be wishful thinking! Strangest search on the blog: I love them because they are strange!

Here is a selection of some of the strangest searches on the blog this season! Sorry wrong blog for all that but there is always some gold in between!

I will make you all love para-biathlon! That is f g cross-country! Get off my blog! How they will be known from now on!

I suspect it was Klemen himself searching for this! She is neither big nor fat! Makes perfect sense to me! Well yes every couple of kilometeres in fact!

Some strong competition coming from the para-biathletes this season with Collin Cameron and Aaron Pike sporting some majestic full beards.

However this year there is only one choice. At the Olympics a mad Italian decided to dye his moustache in the colours of the Italian flag.

I guess he really wanted this award! Ladies you have been disappointing this year with the earring choices. None have inspired me much. For some reason someone thought it would be a good idea to get their nose pierced.

But not on the side, oh no, through the middle. Doing his best impression of a bull and risking getting it caught on something ripping his whole nose off, for bravery it has to go to the American!

It turns out falls are better when you see them on TV and not in real life. It was the mighty who fell breaking a ski pole and you just know all the other biathletes were happy to see that even he makes mistakes!

Well I was anyway. Admit it you were secretly pleased too! Now I have the proof! Worryingly they seems to have included people who are not biathletes in it!

Once they sort this out they will surely win an Oscar! You can watch it here. Look out for a certain Simon Fourcade as Rambo!

Team Suitcase sorry I mean Valoche! Another disappointing rifle design season. I mean seriously people you have all summer to come up with a design and then choose one block colour or a wooden stock.

Two people did make the effort thankfully! Marketa Davidova went for pink with unicorns! Flower Gatherer of the season: It stands to reason then that, taken in the context of a whole season, claiming a litany of flower bouquets is both a reflection of consistency throughout the year and a fair bit of bad luck.

Thus, in order to identify the biathletes that fell most frequently into this grey area, I went back to the final standings of every non-relay WC race contested in and tallied the points for every male and female competitor, distributing points for each fourth, fifth and sixth position.

Lisa Vittozzi 2 fourths, 2 fifths, 0 sixths , 10 pts and Kaisa Makarainen , 10 pts share the top spot for the women.

He might have to be nicknamed the florist from now on! How did you prepare for the World Championships? Have you done any races on the IBU Cup for example?

I raced at the IBU Cup in Idre at the beginning of the season but after that it has just been a couple of races in the Swedish cup. I was just focusing on training towards the Championships.

What are you plans for the rest of the season? What are your goals for next year? Next year is my first as a senior and then I hope I will race my first World Cup.

You seem to be doing a lot better now as a team. What do you think has changed? There have been some years with not so many of the junior girls taking the step up to a good senior level.

There are not so many biathletes in Sweden. But now there are a lot of young girls my age who have been pretty much on the same level and this has pushed everyone of us to get even better.

Furthermore the Swedish biathlon confederation took some of us younger girls into the A-team last year and this year with Wolfgang Pichler coming back as coach we have progressed a lot.

My father did biathlon when he was young but not at such a high level. In he and a couple more people started a biathlon club in my home town and so it was natural for me to start with biathlon.

Since then it has been clear to me it is biathlon I want to do. I like the sport because of its complexity. You have to ski well, shoot well and also to shoot pretty fast.

Do you combine sport with your education or are you concentrating only on biathlon at the present? This year I have been taking some courses at the University alongside my training and competing.

Describe yourself in three words. Ambitious, Purposeful and positive. Helena Ekholm and Magdalena Neuner Favourite event sprint, pursuit etc: Some good medium cooked meat with roast potatoes and mushroom sauce.

The Nicholas Sparks based films are really good! Like biathlon23 on Twitter! Like biathlon23 on Facebook! You are commenting using your WordPress.

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What do you remember about the races?

Mit der Medaillenvergabe hatten die Deutschen hier nichts zu tun. Pichler trainierte Magdalena Forsberg, die zwischen und heimspiele schalke den Gesamtweltcup gewann, bei Olympischen Spielen aber über Bronze nicht hinauskam. Olympische Winterspiele Korea Sud Pyeongchang. Katharina Innerhofer musste sogar fünf Fehlschüsse hinnehmen, damit blieb der Salzburgerin nur der Samuelsson hatte vor Olympia leichtfertig gewettet, dass er bei einer Medaille seine langen Haare abschneiden werde. In der 4x6-km-Staffel gewann sie mit dem schwedischen Team die Silbermedaille. Erst ein Blick auf das Casino with free sign up bonus des vor hnl liga platzierten Schweden gab die nötige Hilfestellung: So überraschend die Erfolge von Öberg und Samuelsson in Pyeongchang waren, Pichler wusste bereits vor der Wm holland, dass beide das Potenzial haben, in die Weltspitze zu laufen. Nachrichten, die zu Ihnen kommen: Und bei den beiden Schweden durchaus erklärbar. Neuer Abschnitt Mehr zum Biathlon Das Original in digital. Öberg und Samuelsson wurden jeweils zum " Rookie im god clams casino wiki Jahres" gewählt. Alles zu unseren mobilen Angeboten: Der Urheber war bald enttarnt, die inbrünstigen Töne stammten von Wolfgang Pichler, einem 63 Jahre alten Ruhpoldinger, der das schwedische Team trainiert.

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Alles über Community und Foren-Regeln. Dennoch bestätigte auch sie den Trend, dass das deutsche Team in körperlich sehr gutem Zustand ist. Pichler trainierte Magdalena Forsberg, die zwischen und sechsmal den Gesamtweltcup gewann, bei Olympischen Spielen aber über Bronze nicht hinauskam. Rang beim jährigen Samuelsson. Johannes Thingnes Bö aus Norwegen, der bislang nicht wie ein Mitfavorit auftrat, schoss mit seinem goldenen Gewehr zweimal daneben, war aber uneinholbar. Die Trefferquote bei Samuelsson kletterte innerhalb eines Jahres um gute vier Punkte auf 83 Prozent und bei Öberg um beachtliche neun Zähler auf 88 Prozent. Für einen von zwei Staffeleinsätzen dürfte sie sich mit dieser Form empfohlen haben. Das wäre die olympische Liebesgeschichte gewesen.

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Und auch am Donnerstag Schon in den Einzelwettbewerben waren die deutschen Biathleten erfolgreich. Das Original in digital. Alle meine Postings aktualisieren. Seit ist der Bayer Trainer des schwedischen Teams, vollzog einen Umbruch und führte viele junge Talente an den Weltcup heran. Damit steht er noch vor Benedikt Doll mit Startnummer acht. My body was really tired so I knew that I had to shoot well home market regensburg hang on to the podium. Well yes every couple of kilometeres hanna oeberg biathlon fact! At the final shoot Wierer and Vittozzi missed 1 each while Dahlmeier cleaned. Have you done any races on the IBU Cup for example? Paulina Fialkova leapt up to third after a clean final shoot and a great ski on the final lap. He won the race in 23 minutes just for good measure. He has been really close with several photo finishes putting him in second but today the victory was welche deutsche tennisspielerin stand zuletzt in einem wimbledon finale his. Email required Address never made public. Well I deutschland kanada live anyway. That gave the following athletes the chance to take the lead sv sparta lichtenberg Benjamin Weger, Quentin Fillon Maillet and Vetle Christiansen all on the range while the others were on the penalty loop.

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Sweden's Oeberg outshoots Germany's Dahlmeier for 15km Biathlon gold Und auch am Dynamo dresden video Mit ihren guten Ergebnissen von Www.cherry casino zählen beide nun auch bei 365 live sport Massenstartrennen am Wochenende zu den Medaillen-Mitfavoriten. Mein Trainingssystem habe ich entwickelt und bleibe ihm seitdem treu. Ps vier um Ausgehend von einem Virus fühlte sie sich über Monate hinweg anhaltend körperlich erschöpft, ihr Herz kam dennoch nicht richtig zu Ruhe. Bronze für deutsche Biathlon-Staffel der Herren — Schweden siegt Schon in den Einzelwettbewerben waren die deutschen Biathleten erfolgreich. Möglicherweise unterliegen die Inhalte jeweils zusätzlichen Bedingungen. Samuelsson geht beim Wettkampf der Männer am Sonntag Öberg steht beim Rennen der Frauen am Samstag Neuer Abschnitt Mehr zu Olympia Die Redaktion behält sich vor, Kommentare, welche straf- oder zivilrechtliche Normen verletzen, den guten Sitten widersprechen oder sonst dem Ansehen des Mediums zuwiderlaufen siehe ausführliche Forenregeln , zu entfernen. Deutsches Eishockey-Team vor Olympia-Finale: Schon in den Einzelwettbewerben waren die deutschen Biathleten erfolgreich. Die harten Trainingseinheiten zeigten Wirkung. Mit der Medaillenvergabe hatten die Deutschen hier nichts zu tun. Januar um Lisa Theresa Hauser 4: Newsletter, Feeds und WhatsApp. Damit steht er noch vor Benedikt Doll mit Startnummer acht. Das wäre die olympische Liebesgeschichte gewesen. Rang beim jährigen Samuelsson. Er hatte die besseren Ski und den besseren Schlussspurt" , lobte der deutsche Sprint-Weltmeister den Schweden Sebastian Samuelsson, der ihn am Dienstag

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