Johannes Thingnes Bö followed up the great victory in the sprint with another win in the pursuit start over 12.5 km in Pokljuka.

The Norwegian dominant went out in the lead 48 seconds ahead of his older brother Tarjei Bö and 56 seconds ahead of compatriot Sturla Holm Lägreid.

Thingnes Bö fired two shots but no one came close to threatening the Norwegian, who led by far from start to finish.

It was his 100th podium and 62nd career win.

- He impresses.

The large audience here gets to see a world-class display, says SVT Sports commentator Ola Bränholm.

Behind the sovereign there was a battle for the podium places where Quentin Fillon Maillet took second place, 1.04 behind Johannes Thingnes Bö, while Tarjei Bö was third.

Sebastian Samuelsson best Swede

Sebastian Samuelsson finished in 19th place after two jumps and became the best Swede, 2.56 behind Johannes Thingnes Bö.

In the place behind came Martin Ponsiluoma who had a tough day with the shooting and five misses.

Jesper Nelin started first of the Swedes in the pursuit start in 16th place, 1.38 behind Johannes Thingnes Bö, but three misses caused him to drop and finish 23rd.

The text is updated.