ANNECY, France (AP) -- Junior world champion Johannes Thingnes Boe of Norway won the 10-kilometer sprint at a biathlon World Cup on Saturday for his first career win.
The 20-year-old Boe shot cleanly to finish in 22 minutes, 6.7 seconds, putting him 32.9 ahead of Ondrej Moravec of Czech Republic, who also had no misses. Frenchman Martin Fourcade had one penalty and finished 37.1 back in third place.
In the women's 7.5K sprint, Switzerland's Selina Gasparin won for the second time in her career in 20:51.4.
Finland's Kaisa Makarainen finished second, 8.3 seconds behind for her first podium of the season. Ukraine's Valj Semerenko was third.
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