Kaisa Makarainen of Finland holds the trophy after clinching the biathlon World Cup title Sunday. Christophe Pallot/Agence Zoom/Getty Images
Finland's Kaisa Makarainen has clinched the biathlon World Cup title after coming seventh in the season's concluding mass start, which was won by Anastasiya Kuzmina of Slovakia.
Tora Berger had a five-point lead over Makarainen before Sunday's 12.5-kilometre race on the Holmenkollen course. Berger finished four points behind in the overall standings with a 14th-place finish in the final competition of the 33-year-old Norwegian's career.
Makarainen won her second biathlon title with 860 points, ahead of Berger on 856. Darya Domracheva of Belarus was third with 793 points.
Teja Gregorin of Slovenia was second in the race and Marie Dorin Habert from France finished third. Rosanna Crawford of Canmore, Alta., was the top Canadian in eighth.
"It's been a long season and now almost three months in Europe so I'm very happy to end the season on a positive note," Crawford said. "A new personal best is now a great place to set my goals for next season."
Zina Kocher of Red Deer, Alta., was 21st. There are no Canadians entered in the men's 30K mass start race that is scheduled for later Sunday.