At the same time as the Biathlon World Cup is taking place, Stina Nilsson is chasing the form in the IBU Cup, which is the level during the World Cup.
This weekend she came 22nd on Saturday and on Sunday she hit with a big personal best when she came eighth in the hunt start.
- I really took the time it took today on the dike, and I am very happy with that, Nilsson told TT.
Fastest in the track
On Wednesday, the competitions continued in Slovakia's Orsblie with distance running and there Nilsson would impress in the ski track and was fastest of all, three seconds ahead of Ingela Andersson.
But it got much heavier on the shooting range for Nilsson.
Although she started by shooting full in the first horizontal shot, but in the first standing it was all three booms.
Nilsson then fired fully again in the second horizontal but then finished with two more booms in the second standing shooter and she landed on a total of five booms where each boom gave 45 seconds extra.
With that, she was a full two minutes and 50 seconds behind the winner Vanessa Voigt from Germany and Stina Nilsson finished in 25th place.
The best Swede was Elisabeth Högberg, she finished eleven and Ingela Andersson was twelve.