Winterton spends an entire lap wondering why Susan Dunklee hasn't been at her peak performance in the last season or so. I suspect being 36 years old probably has something to do with it. He does however think back wistfully to "all the championships she has won". Although 2/6 of her career podiums - and 2/3 of her 2nd places - have been at major championships where she always seemed to go best, and a career best of 10th overall in the World Cup season-long, she never actually managed to win an international race, which is quite surprising. She's running out of time, and more concerningly for her, pretty much every competitive performance she's had this year has been in a relay format, where the strength in depth of the US team has never been enough to threaten the front. Her 27th in the sprint in Zhangjiakou was her best of the season individually so you'd say that unless she and Sean Doherty get put forward for the Single Mixed Relay in Otepää and have a career day, the window has closed on that. Egan is going as well, so the American biathlon team is going to be completely gutted ahead of next season. Geraghty-Moats has not really got back into the swing of the shooting on the IBU Cup, and Chloe Levins has progressed little and remains a name most fans, if they know of her at all, know solely for her relationship with Sturla Holm Lægreid.