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Resultater 20 km fellesstart fri menn verdenscup langrenn Falun 2024

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Resultater 20 km fellesstart fri menn verdenscup langrenn Falun som arrangeres søndag 17. mars 2024.

Publisert 17. mars 2024 i Langrenn

Program og resultater alle renn under WC avslutningen i Falun 2024

20 km fellesstart fri menn verdenscup langrenn Falun 2024

Dato: 17. mars
Start kl 14.15
På TV: TV3 og Viaplay

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Statistikk og historikk

Overall World Cup (if not already decided)
 In this race, the skiers can still collect a maximum of 130 points for the
overall crystal globe (including bonus points).
 Harald Østberg Amundsen can win the overall World Cup for the first
time. His best result in the overall World Cup standings was an eighth place
in 2021/22.
 Johannes Høsflot Klæbo can win the overall World Cup for the fifth time,
after 2017/18, 2018/19, 2021/22 and 2022/23. Only Bjørn Dåhlie (6) and
Gunde Svan (5) have won the men’s overall World Cup at least five times
(Dario Cologna also 4).
 Norway has won the men’s overall World Cup a record 17 times, almost
twice as many times as their nearest competitor Sweden (9).
World Cup distance standings (if not already decided)
 Harald Østberg Amundsen can win his first crystal globe. Before this
season, his best result was an eighth place in the overall standings in
2021/22. Amundsen’s highest rank in the distance standings was ninth in
2021/22.
 Pål Golberg won the distance crystal globe in last season’s World Cup.
Only one Norwegian man won the distance crystal globe multiple times:
Martin Johnsrud Sundby (in 2013/14, 2015/16 and 2016/17).
 Golberg can join four men on multiple distance crystal globes: Dario
Cologna (4), Alexander Bolshunov (3), Sundby (3) and Tobias Angerer (2).
 Norwegian men have won the distance crystal globe a record six times
(including the ‘Long Distance World Cup’ from 1996/97 to 1999/2000).
Norway
 Norway (26 coming into Falun) can break their own men’s record for most
individual wins by a single country in a World Cup season (28 in 2022/23) if
it wins all three events in Falun.
 Norwegian men won 19 of the last 21 individual freestyle distance events in
the World Cup, with Jules Lapierre’s win in Val di Fiemme (7 January) and
Gus Schumacher’s triumph in Minneapolis (18 February) this season as the
only exceptions.
 Skiers representing Norway have won each of the last 19 individual
distance events with a length of at least 20km, including eight wins by
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo. The streak began after Alexander Bolshunov’s
win in the 50km classic style in Oslo on 8 March 2020.
 Klæbo won only one of the last nine freestyle World Cup distance events
he participated in, the 20km in Goms on 28 January 2024.
 Harald Østberg Amundsen (2) is the only man to record multiple triumphs
in individual freestyle distance events in this season’s World Cup. He
claimed wins in Östersund (10 December) and Toblach (New Year’s Day,
Tour de Ski).
 Only Bjørn Dæhlie (8 in 1995/96) and Martin Johnsrud Sundby (7 in
2015/16) have recorded more World Cup podium finishes in individual
freestyle events in a single season than Amundsen in 2023/24 (6).
 Last season, Simen Hegstad Krüger (3) won the most freestyle distance
events in the men’s World Cup. Krüger’s only WC freestyle distance win
this season came in Canmore on 9 February.
Other contenders
 Gus Schumacher won the most recent individual World Cup event in the
freestyle, the 10km in Minneapolis on 18 February. The last non-Norwegian
man to win back-to-back WC freestyle distance events was Alexander
Bolshunov (3 between December 2020 and January 2021).
 Andrew Musgrave is looking to become the first British cross-country skier
to win a World Cup event. He has recorded two World Cup podium finishes
in individual freestyle distance events, both in 2017.
 The last Swede to win an individual World Cup freestyle distance event on
home snow was Marcus Hellner, who triumphed in the 15km in Gällivare on
20 November 2010.

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