Arnd Peiffer

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Arnd Peiffer
Portrait Peiffer Hochfilzen 2012.JPG
Personal information
Full name Arnd Peiffer
Born (1987-03-18) March 18, 1987 (age 27)
Wolfenbüttel, Germany
World Cup
Seasons 2009–present
Wins 7
Total podiums 23
Updated on March 17, 2012.

Arnd Peiffer (born 18 March 1987, in Wolfenbüttel) is a German biathlete. In 2008, he ran his first single World Cup Race, and at the end of the same season he retrieved his first world cup victory.

Career highlights[edit]

Olympic Games
2014,  Russia, Sochi, 2nd at team relay (with Lesser / Böhm / Schempp)
IBU World Championships
2009,  South Korea, Pyeongchang, 3rd at team relay (with Rösch / Stephan / Greis)
2009,  South Korea, Pyeongchang, 3rd at mixed relay (with Henkel / Hauswald / Greis)
2010,  Russia, Khanty-Mansiysk, 1st at mixed relay (with Hauswald / Neuner / Schempp)
2011,  Russia, Khanty-Mansiysk, 2nd at mixed relay (with Henkel / Neuner / Greis)
2011,  Russia, Khanty-Mansiysk, 1st at sprint
2012,  Germany, Ruhpolding, 3rd at mixed relay (with Henkel / Neuner / Birnbacher)
2012,  Germany, Ruhpolding, 3rd at team relay (with Schempp / Birnbacher / Greis)
2013,  Czech Republic, Nové Město, 3rd at team relay (with Schempp / Birnbacher / Lesser)
World Cup
2009,  Germany, Oberhof, Germany, 2nd at team relay (with Rösch / Greis / Lang)
2009,  Germany, Ruhpolding, 2nd at team relay (with Rösch / Stephan / Lang)
2009,  Canada, Vancouver-Whistler, 3rd at team relay (with Schempp / Böhm / Rösch)
2009,  Russia, Khanty-Mansiysk, 1st at sprint
2009,  Austria, Hochfilzen, 3rd at team relay (with Stephan / Greis / Schempp)
2010,  Germany, Oberhof, 3rd at team relay (with Stephan / Greis / Schempp)
2010,  Italy, Antholz, 1st at sprint
2010,  Italy, Antholz, 2nd at pursuit
2011,  United States, Presque Isle, 1st at sprint
2012,  Germany, Oberhof, 1st at sprint
2012,  Czech Republic, Nové Město, 2nd at pursuit
2012,  Norway, Holmenkollen, 2nd at sprint
2012,  Norway, Holmenkollen, 1st at pursuit
2012,  Russia, Khanty-Mansiysk, 2nd at sprint
2012,  Russia, Khanty-Mansiysk, 2nd at pursuit
2012,  Russia, Khanty-Mansiysk, 2nd at mass start
2014,  Italy, Antholz, 3rd at sprint
2014,  Slovenia, Pokljuka, 3rd at sprint
2014,  Finland, Kontiolahti, 3rd at sprint

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