Eurosport - Sun, 14 Mar 11:18:00 2010
Darya Domracheva won her second gold of the weekend as she took victory in the women's 10km pursuit in Kontiolahti, Finland.
After capturing her first ever World Cup win in Saturday's 7.5km sprint race the Belarusian followed up by finishing more than 12 seconds ahead of World Cup leader Magdalena Neuner.
Double Olympic champion Neuner moved her way up from starting fifth to lead the race at the half way mark and looked set to secure yet another World Cup win.
But it was Domracheva who came through, hitting five out of five in the final shoot and earning victory in a time of 31 minutes 32.6 seconds. She moves up to seventh in the overall standings.
Germany's Simone Hauswald claimed the bronze finishing 18.1 seconds behind Domracheva, a result which puts her third in the season standings on 182 points. ††
Neuner's second place helped her extend her lead over Germany's Andrea Henkel, who finished eighth, to 41 points. The German leads the way on 235 points with one World Cup event remaining this season in Oslo.
Kati Wilhelm finished sixth after announcing she would retire at the end of the season following the 33-year-old's disappointing performance in Vancouver where she won only a relay bronze.