Vocabulary: Seven Years Later World Cup Wins: If It’s Not Over

Vocabulary: Seven Years Later World Cup Wins: If It's Not Over

Biathlete Torah Berger ended her career in 2014 – and yet she has now won the overall World Cup since. He can set an example.

On the couch to win the World Cup: Not possible? It serves as an example to the Norwegian Torah Berger show. She actually ended her biathlon career in 2014. And yet the now 40-year-old recently added another overall World Cup win to her resume.

Im normal this. is opposite Play The current rule, according to which a match is over when the final whistle blows, has the following, somewhat complicated relationship: the trigger for an early Christmas for Berger is the IBU World Federation decision, according to which Russian Olga Sazyeva was forced to leave for season nine due to doping. Was disqualified from the race retrospectively in 2013/2014.

During this all the races of this season had to be recalculated. Result: Berger, who was actually five points behind Finn Cassa Mkrainen, is now leading with four points. However, the association has retrospectively declared both the World Cup winners.

The decision of biathlon can move forward – for example in football.

The decision, including the subsequent change to the World Cup stand, feeds the hopes of sports fans that they will be able to correct the historic results even years later: thanks to modern goal-line technology, it is known that the ball was not behind. The line up in Germany’s 1966 World Cup final against England. Sorry, dear England, but it’s a tie and the DFB selection has five stars.

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If you look closely, you’ll also notice that Peter Dreitel’s penalty in the 1992 Olympic ice hockey tournament was only halted because of an unevenness in the ice on the line. Like its rival Canada at the time, Germany deserves the silver medal.

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Former goalscorer Dieter Schatzschneider.

Photo: Jens Wolf / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa

Too Much Messing With Old Results Annoys the Football God

But be forewarned: Those who make too many variations on historical results could upset the god of the game concerned. This was recently seen in the 2nd division: there the German Football League pulled one of their 154 goals from Dieter Schatzsneider, the previous record goal scorer. Video evidence suggests that a hit, hit by the now 63-year-old man in July 1979, was not made by himself. Rather, it was a goal of its own. Schatzschneider raged while Schalke’s Simon Teroded was about to beat his record. then something happened

Strange: Goal Machine Terroded scored no goals after his 153rd goal and remained so with Schatzschneider. The disappointment of the goal lasted four games. In early November, the 33-year-old managed to overtake Schatzschneider. But since then the Royal Blues striker has been injured.

Mysterious, isn’t it? The god of football seems to be a fan of factual decision making. It will be interesting to see how the biathlon god reacts to events.

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