Susan Dunklee competes in the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint biathlon at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 on February 10, 2018 in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Germany's Laura Dahlmeier was one of only three women to shoot clean in the windy conditions as she won her first Olympic gold medal with a time of 21 minutes, 6.2 seconds. He missed one shot standing. She was 24.2 seconds behind Dahlmeier.
The second biathlon race ended in the framework of Olympic Games in Pyeongchang.
Since that competition, she has continued to represent Great Britain on the worldwide stage.
Runner-up Marte Olsbu of Norway was in no way disappointed with her performance, despite a single costly miss early on that prevented her from fighting for the gold medal.
South Shields snowqueen Amanda Lightfoot has competed in her first race in South Korea.. This is also her first Olympic medal, coming in her first-ever Olympic event.
Bronze medal victor Veronika Vitkova was also pleased, despite missing out on silver by just 1.6 seconds. In 2016, he took home a gold, silver and bronze.
Here are the results of the Women's 7.5km sprint at the 2018 Pyeongchang Games. The 7.5 km event involves 10 shots, five from a prone position, five standing up.
Fellow Vermonter Susan Dunklee, a silver medalist at last year's World Championships and the only Olympic veteran among the US women's team, missed four of five standing targets and dropped to 66th.
Dreissigacker had only one penalty with a miss from the standing position and finished with a time of 23:27.2, which was 2:21 behind the victor.
Emily Dreissigacker was the top finisher for Team USA in 51st place and is the only American to qualify for pursuit. Fortunately, there are 10 other events where the United States could conceivably medal in the biathlon in PyeongChang.