Raphael Poiree of France leads the show with 157 points and a maximum 50 points up for grabs for the final race leaves five biathletes in the running for the 'Mass start globe'.
Champion Bjoerndalen is close on the heels of the Frenchman with 136 points while runner-up in Saturday's 12.5km pursuit Tomasz Sikora of Poland is third just 24 points off the leader.
Sven Fischer of Germany and Norway's Halvard Hanevold make up the title-chasing quintet, on 124 and 119 points respectively.
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Ole second to Stenmark
27/03/2006 AT 08:49
GERMANY ÜBER ALLES
As with the men's mass start title race, the women's category also consists of five possible contenders, but out of the five four are of Germany's elite
Martina Glagow of Germany - who won Thursday's sprint but could not follow it up in the pursuit on Saturday and eventually finished seventh - tops the mass start standings with 155 points.
Kati Wilhelm - who prior to the weekend's events secured the overall title and cristal globe - is second just 11 points behind.
Uschi Disl is third on 141, while Andrea Henkel occupies fourth on 128 points.
The only non-German to be in contention for the Mass start globe is Olena Zubrilova of Belarus.
Zubrilova is on 115 points and will need a minor miracle to win the Globe considering the form Wilhelm, Glagow and Disl have displayed recently
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Bjoerndalen claims double
26/03/2006 AT 13:35
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Glagow wins Mass Start title
26/03/2006 AT 12:21