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    Susan Dunklee of Barton, Vermont, was all smiles after placing second in the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon Thursday. It was the best finish ever for an American woman in the event.

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    Clare Egan of Cape Elizabeth draws her rifle as she prepares to shoot from the prone position on the first lap of the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon in Presque Isle Thursday.

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    Clare Eganof Cape Elizabeth tucks her skis close to her body as she glides downhill on her second lap in the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon Thursday.

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    Clare Egan of Cape Elizabeth celebrates with Stan Dunklee, at right, father of fellow American Susan Dunklee, after Egan finished 30th in the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon.

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    Clare Egan of Cape Elizabeth rests on her ski poles after completing the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon in Presque Isle Thursday.

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    The finish line at the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon is reflected in the glasses of Germany's Karolin Horchler on Thursday.

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    American flags dot the stands at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon at the Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle.

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    Stan Dunklee of Barton, Vermont, puts out a sign to support his daughter Susan, who is competing in the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon at the Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle, Thursday.

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    Alex Paluszek, 14, of Farmington, N.H., watches as biathletes compete in the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon at the Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle, Thursday.

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    Simon Eder of Austria sprints after shooting from the prone position during the men's 10k race of the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon.

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    A competitor sprints off the shooting mat causing snow to fly during the 10-kilometer men's sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon.

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    Jori Moerkve of Norway gets back on her feet after shooting from the prone position in the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon.

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    Erik Lesser of Germany pushes his way up a hill and through the woods as he competes in the 10-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon.

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    Fans cheer as Susan Dunklee of Barton, Vermont, skis past the grandstand after shooting from the prone position on the first lap of the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon in Presque Isle. Dunklee went on for a second-place finish, the best ever by an American woman.

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    Dunja Zdouc of Austria collapses at the finish line of the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon Thursday.

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    Sean Doherty of New Hampshire shoots prone as he competes in the 10-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon in Presque Isle on Thursday.

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    Carsen Campbell of Canada skis through the course during the men's 10-kilometer sprint at the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon.

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    Athletes examine the course in the early morning light before the start of the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon at the Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle, Thursday. About 300 athletes from 32 countries are expected to compete in men’s and women’s races in sprint, pursuit and relay.

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    Skiers compete in the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon in Presque Isle.

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    Athletes test course conditions as spectators file in before the start of the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon at the Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle, the only stop on the World Cup tour in the United States. The athletes go next to next week's world championships in Europe.

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    The Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle was the site for the BMW IBU World Cup Biathlon. The men's 10-kilometer and women's 7.5-kilometer sprints were held Thursday.

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