The Biathlon World Championships 2024 in Nové Město is fast approaching

The Biathlon World Championships 2024 in Nové Město is fast approaching

The world’s biggest biathlon stars are heading to Czechia!

The Biathlon World Championships 2024 in Nové Město is fast approaching
February 7 will see the launch in Nové Město na Moravě, which plays host to the 's leading biathlon and cross-country skiing event every year, the Biathlon World Championships 2024! The programme kicks off on February 7 with the mixed relays; the last event will take place on Sunday 18 February, with both women and men competing in the mass start. Get your tickets in time and be in on the action.

The Championships will feature all the top biathlon leading figures! These will include Norwegian stars such as Joahanes Thingnes Boe and Tarjei Bo, Sturla Holm Laegreid, Endre Stroemsheim and Ingrid Landmark Tandervold. You can also look forward to athletes Justine Braisaz-Bouchet from France and Lisa Vittozzi from Italy.

As the Vysočina Arena has artificial lighting, most of the 12 races will be held later, at times more convenient for spectators. And even if the weather is not ideal for winter sports, the Vysočina Arena is perfectly prepared and the event will not be affected by any lack of snow!


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Programme for the Biathlon World Championships 2024

WEDNESDAY 7 FEBRUARY

17:20 – Mixed Relay

FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY

17:20 – Women's Sprint

SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY

17:05 – Men’s Sprint

SUNDAY 11 FEBRUARY

14:30 – Women’s Pursuit Race
17:05 – Men’s Pursuit Race

TUESDAY 13 FEBRUARY

17:10 – Women’s Individual Race

WEDNESDAY 14 FEBRUARY

17:20 – Men’s Individual Race

THURSDAY 15 FEBRUARY

18:00 – Single Mixed Relay

SATURDAY 17 FEBRUARY

13:45 – Women’s Relay
16:30 – Men’s Relay

SUNDAY 18 FEBRUARY

14:15 – Women’s Mass Start
16:30 – Men’s Mass Start

Our tip: Go cross-country skiing like the Biathlon World Championship competitors!

When the races are not being held, the tracks at the Vysočina Arena in Nové Město na Moravě as well as the groomed routes nearby are open to the public, free of charge!