Marcin Zawół Breaks Records: A Flawless Streak in Biathlon World Cup History

    Biathlete Marcin Zawół has made history in the Biathlon World Cup by equaling a remarkable record. The Polish athlete achieved a flawless performance in shooting during four consecutive appearances, hitting all targets. This outstanding feat contributes to his overall season accuracy of an impressive 93 percent.

    Zawół, already recognized as the junior world champion in the relay in Obertilliach in 2021, has been making waves in the biathlon scene. His success builds on previous achievements, including winning the Youth Olympic Games a year prior. 

    The lead-up to the current season was not without challenges for the young Pole, as he battled injuries that impacted his skiing preparation. However, his exceptional marksmanship has been a standout feature. In the ongoing World Cup season, Zawół has maintained a flawless record in individual events, exhibiting perfect shooting in the sprint and pursuit in the challenging Hochfilzen, as well as achieving a perfect 10/10 in sprints in Oberhof and Ruhpolding.

    Setting a new standard in the Biathlon World Cup, Marcin Zawół’s accomplishment of not making a single mistake in four consecutive appearances is a feat that matches the records set by Austrian Simon Eder in the 2020/21 season and Frenchman Julien Robert in the 2003/04 season. 


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