- 26. november 2023Jan Thomas Jenssen kom inn som reserve og vant
- 26. november 2023Lotta Udnes Weng nær pallen i Ruka
- 25. november 2023De norske kvinnene et stykke bak på 10 km i Ruka
- 25. november 2023Løwstrøm Nyenget vant i Ruka
- 24. november 2023Startlister 10 km klassisk i Ruka
- 24. november 2023Ribom og Valnes vant i Ruka
- 12. november 2023Finn Hågen Krogh beste norske i jevn 10 km fri teknikk
- 12. november 2023Nok en tysk maktdemonstrasjon på kvinnenes 10 km fri i Muonio
- 11. november 2023Iivo Niskanen foran seks nordmenn i Muonio
- 11. november 2023De norske et stykke bak da Hennig vant suverent i Muonio
Resultater 20 km fellesstart klassisk kvinner Lahti søndag 26. mars 2023.
20 km fellesstart klassisk kvinner Lahti
Søndag 26. mars
Start: Kl 11.00
På TV: TV3 og Viaplay
Historikk og statistikk
Overall crystal globe
Tiril Udnes Weng goes into Lahti with a 110-point lead over Jessica
Diggins in second place in the overall standings.
Weng could become the sixth different winner of the women’s overall
crystal globe in the last six seasons after Heidi Weng (2017/18), Ingvild
Flugstad Østberg (2018/19), Therese Johaug (2019/20), Jessica Diggins
(2020/21) and Natalia Nepryaeva (2021/22). It would be the first time that
six different skiers claim the overall crystal globe (men’s or women’s) in six
Despite leading the overall standings, Weng has won only one individual
event this season, which is also her sole career individual World Cup
triumph: the 10km pursuit classic style in Val Müstair on 1 January this year
(Tour de Ski). Note: does not include the result of the sprint classic style on
Weng can become the second woman to claim the overall crystal globe
while winning only as few as one individual event, after Larisa Lazutina in
1989/90 (11 individual events in that season).
Diggins finished runner-up in the 2021/22 overall women’s World Cup
behind Natalia Nepryaeva. Diggins won the crystal globe in 2020/21.
Diggins could become the 12th woman to win the overall World Cup more
than once, and the first skier from outside Europe to achieve this feat.
Distance crystal globe
Kerttu Niskanen (1,070)has a 22-point lead over Jessica Diggins (1,048)
in the women’s distance standings.
Niskanen is aiming to become the first Finnish woman to win an individual
crystal globe since Virpi Kuitunen won the distance and overall World Cups
Niskanen (34 years old) is aiming to become the fourth woman aged 34
years or older to claim a crystal globe, after Marit Bjørgen (overall, sprint
and distance at 34 in 2014/15), Larissa Lazutina (long distance at 34 in
1999/2000) and Gabriella Paruzzi (overall at 34 in 2003/04).
Her brother Iivo Niskanen won the men’s distance crystal globe last
Niskanen recorded 12 of her 14 podium finishes in World Cup distance
events in the classic style. The exceptions were third places in the skiathlon
at 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.
Niskanen has yet to record an individual World Cup victory on home snow.
Her best result in Finland is a third-place finish in the 10km pursuit classic
style event during the 3-Days Tour in November 2015.
Diggins won the distance crystal globe in 2020/21 and she can become
the first non-European woman to claim multiple distance World Cups.
Of Diggins’ 47 individual World Cup podium finishes, only three were in
classic style distance events: third places in 10km events in the Ski Tour
Canada (12 March 2016) and Tour de Ski (2 and 6 January 2021).
Frida Karlsson (5) and Ebba Andersson (4) are the women on the most
individual World Cup wins this season, alongside Kristine Stavås Skistad
(4). Both Karlsson and Andersson won two classic style distance events.
Karlsson (in Lillehammer on 4 December) and Andersson (in Les Rousses
on 29 January) won the two 20km classic style events this season.
Andersson has won each of the last three women’s individual distance
events she started in, becoming the first Swedish woman to do so.
Andersson won five of the last six individual distance events she competed
in at the World Cup and world championships. The exception was a thirdplace finish in the 10km freestyle at the world championships.
Marie Risby is the only Swedish woman to have won an individual distance
event in the World Cup Lahti (5km classic style in 1985). Andersson’s best
result in an individual distance World Cup event in Lahti is a second place
in the 10km classic style in February 2020. Karlsson finished fourth in that
race (her best result in Lahti).
Karlsson won two junior world titles in Lahti in 2019: 5km freestyle and
15km classic style.
This is the third 20km classic style event of the season. Before this season,
a 20km classic style had not been held in the women’s World Cup since
Rosie Brennan is in fourth in the distance standings this season. There
have never been multiple non-European skiers in the top three of a World
Cup final standings.
None of Brennan’s seven individual World Cup podiums have come in
classic style distance events (two fourth places).
Only one non-European woman has ever won a classic style distance
event in the World Cup: Canada’s Beckie Scott won the 15km classic style
in Canmore on 17 December 2005.
Heidi Weng has 105 podium finishes in individual World Cup events,
fourth-most behind Marit Bjørgen (186), Therese Johaug (149) and Justyna
Weng has claimed 14 individual podium finishes in Finland without ever
winning. It marks the joint-most individual podiums in the World Cup in a
host country without claiming a win, alongside Weng’s own tally of 14 on