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Resultater 50 km kvinner Holmenkollen fri teknikk søndag 12. mars 2023.
50 km kvinner Holmenkollen – fri teknikk
Lørdag 12. mars
Start kl 10.15
På TV: NRK1
Margrethe Bergane – Konnerud IL, Equinor Rekruttlandslag (U23)
Kristin Austgulen Fosnæs – Fossum IF, Equinor Rekruttlandslag (U23)
Ragnhild Gløersen Haga – Åsen IL
Anne Kjersti Kalvå – Lundamo IL Syk, erstattes av Hedda Østberg Amundsen – Asker Skiklubb, Equinor Rekruttlandslag (U23)
Nora Sanness – Kjelsås IL, Team ELON Oslofjord
Marte Skaanes – Strindheim IL
Astrid Øyre Slind – Oppdal IL
Silje Theodorsen – Kvaløysletta Skilag, Team Elon Nord-Norge
Maren Wangensteen – Øystre Slidre IL
Heidi Weng – IL BUL
Tiril Udnes Weng – Nes Ski
Ingvild Flugstad Østberg – Gjøvik SK Syk, erstattes av Karoline Simpson-Larsen, Equinor Rekruttlandslag
Historikk og statistikk
This will be the first individual 50km event in the women’s World Cup.
Only two longer individual events have been staged in the women’s World
Cup: 58km in the classic style in Rena-Lillehammer in March 2002 (won by
Anita Moen) and the 70km in the classic style in Marcialonga in January
2004 (won by Gabriella Paruzzi).
This event is part of the Holmenkollen Ski Festival, an event held almost
annually since 1892. It has been part of the men’s World Cup since the first
World Cup season in 1981/82.
Ebba Andersson won the 30km mass start in the classic style at the world
championships in Planica on 4 March, ahead of Anne Kjersti Kalvå (silver)
and Frida Karlsson (bronze).
Andersson has won each of the last three women’s individual distance
events in the World Cup, becoming the first Swedish woman to win three
successive individual World Cup distance events.
Therese Johaug was the last woman to win more than three consecutive
individual World Cup distance events, when she won 10 in a row between
January and February 2020.
Andersson finished on the podium in six of her seven participations in
individual World Cup distance events this season (including 4 wins), only
failing to reach the podium in the 10km freestyle event in Lillehammer on 2
Prior to this season, Andersson had won only once in 59 starts in individual
World Cup distance events: the 10km freestyle in Val di Fiemme (Tour de
Ski) on 10 January 2021.
Due to Andersson missing seven of the 14 women’s distance events this
season, she is only fourth in the distance World Cup standings, 129 points
behind leader Kerttu Niskanen.
Kerttu Niskanen enjoys a 67-point lead in the distance World Cup
standings. Niskanen recorded four podium finishes in individual World Cup
distance events this season (all in classic style), including a win in
Beitostølen on 10 December.
Niskanen recorded 11 of her 13 podium finishes in World Cup distance
events in the classic style. The exceptions were third places in the skiathlon
in the World Cup Final in Falun on 15 March 2014 and in the 9km pursuit in
the Tour de Ski in Val di Fiemme in January 2017.
Frida Karlsson (8) has claimed more podium finishes in individual World
Cup distance events this season than any other woman. She won two
freestyle distance events this season: 20km pursuits in Ruka on 27
November and in Oberstdorf on 4 January (Tour de Ski).
Jessica Diggins (11) has won the most individual World Cup freestyle
distance events amongst active female cross-country skiers. Ingvild
Flugstad Østberg follows on eight wins.
Since December 2020, women representing United States have won
seven of the 19 World Cup distance freestyle events, more than women
from any other country. Sweden (6) and Norway (5) follow.
Heidi Weng has finished on the podium of an individual World Cup
distance event 75 times, but only nine of those were victories. Her last win
was the 10km freestyle in Val di Fiemme on 4 January 2022, the final stage
of the Tour de Ski.
Tiril Udnes Weng (11) has the most top-10 finishes in individual women’s
World Cup distance events this season. Niskanen and Diggins follow on 10
top-10 distance finishes this World Cup campaign.
None of the active Norwegian female cross-country skiers have ever won
an individual World Cup distance event on Norwegian snow.
The last female Norwegian cross-country skier to win an individual World
Cup distance event on Norwegian snow was Therese Johaug in the 30km
classic style in Oslo on 5 March 2022. That event counts as the
predecessor of this year’s 50km event.
Terminliste verdenscupen langrenn 2022/23
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