( dpa ) - Andrea Henkel of Germany showed nerves like steel when it mattered to add a mass start victory on Sunday to the pursuit win from the previous day in the biathlon World Cup.
Henkel hit 19 of 20 targets in the shooting range of the 12.5-kilometres race to triumph in 36 minutes 7.3 seconds on the slopes where she won the discipline's world title last year. It was the 12th career win for the 30-year-old Henkel.
Anna Carin Olofsson of Sweden got her first podium of the season in second place, hitting all targets but trailing the winner by 16.1 seconds.
German World Cup leader Kati Wilhelm came third, 28.8 seconds off the pace with two penalty loops.
Wilhelm leads the World Cup with 468 points from 14 events. Henkel closed in with now 456 points and third-placed Sandrine Bailly of France has 440 points from a fifth-place finish on the day.
A men's mass start race was scheduled for later Sunday.