Unstoppable!— Olympics (@Olympics) February 18, 2022
Johannes Thingnes Boe (Norway) dominates the men's #Biathlon 15km mass start to win the #Gold medal, his 5th medal at #Beijing2022 and 8th Olympic medal overall!#StrongerTogether pic.twitter.com/5vyY3SQIS0
The Norwegian biathlete Johannes Boe became a five-time Olympic champion. He won his fourth gold medal at the 24th Winter Olympics in Beijing, unbeaten in the 15 km total. In Beijing, Johannes Boe also won the sprint, the men's relay and the mixed relay.
Four years ago in PyeongChang, South Korea, he became Olympic champion in the individual race. At that event in Beijing, he won a bronze medal.
Johannes Boe, 28, is tied with the Frenchman Martin Fourcade, who also won 5 Olympic gold medals. In first place is the Norwegian Ole Einar Bjørndalen with 8 Olympic gold medals.
Norway leads with 15 gold medals in the overall tally of the Beijing Games. Germany, in second place, has 10 gold medals.
Biathlon, men overall, 15 km