The past competitions in Slovenian Pokljuka were a success for Elvira Öberg.

There was a victory in the sprint and a third place in the mixed relay.

She impressed the most from the shooting range, where she landed all 40 shots during the competition weekend.

- A weekend like this I had now is something that I really take with me, it's something that I want to remember, says Elvira Öberg.

You described it as a milestone.

What does it mean to be in situations like this so often?

- It means a lot, to feel at home there.

It's nice to have good experiences and memories with you, to know you can handle it.

- I spoke with Jean-Marc (shooting coach), that it is clear that I did well last weekend, but now it is a new competition weekend and a new shooting range.

With good shooting in the back comes self-confidence, but continuing to shoot cleanly will be difficult, states Elvira Öberg.

- I will probably miss sometime more this year.

I probably will, unfortunately, she says.

SEE ALSO: Elvira Öberg took another victory in the hunt start in Pokljuka (January 7)

Javascript is disabled

Javascript must be enabled to play video

Read more about browser support

Elvira Öberg took her second straight victory.

Photo: TT News Agency

Hanna back

Hanna Öberg got sick before Christmas and has missed the competitions in Pokljuka.

Now she is back.

- The thing is that I haven't been particularly ill.

I have been a bit snotty and so it has been long drawn out.

Of course it was very sad to make the decision to stand over Pokljuka.

- I only ran a hard interval session before I got here and then I ran a slightly harder warm-up today.

It is clear that the form for Thursday will be a bit unclear.

But I think I will go out and drive as usual

The ladies start the competitions in Ruhpolding on Thursday.

Then a tough competition over 15 kilometers awaits.

CUT: Elvira Öberg is praised by the Norwegian sovereign

Javascript is disabled

Javascript must be enabled to play video

Read more about browser support

Johannes Thingnes Bö pays tribute to Elvira Öberg