- 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 menn Lahti søndag 26. mars 2023.
20 km fellesstart klassisk menn Lahti
Søndag 26. mars
Start: Kl 12.45
På TV: TV3 og Viaplay
Historikk og statistikk
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo
If Johannes Høsflot Klæbo wins the sprint and 20km classic style events
this weekend in Lahti, he will equal the record for most individual World
Cup wins by any cross-country skier in a single season: Therese Johaug’s
20 victories in 2019/20.
Klæbo won eight of the 16 distance events in this season’s World Cup, but
he is trailing Pål Golberg in the distance World Cup standings.
Only Martin Johnsrud Sundby (11 in 2015/16) and Alexander Bolshunov (9
in 2020/21) have won more distance World Cup events in a single season
than Klæbo in 2022/23 (8). Sundby and Bolshunov also won the distance
crystal globe in those seasons.
After already having secured the overall and sprint crystal globes in this
season, Klæbo has become the first man to have won nine individual
The only man to have won three crystal globes in a single season was
Thomas Alsgaard in 1997/98: overall, sprint and distance (it was called
long distance at the time).
Pål Golberg can win the distance World Cup this season and claim his first
crystal globe. His only previous podium finishes in World Cup standings
were third in the overall and sprint standings in 2019/20.
Golberg (3) has already won more individual distance World Cup events
this season than in all of his previous seasons combined (2).
Four of his five individual distance World Cup wins were in classic style
events, including the 20km classic style event in Lillehammer this season
Iivo Niskanen is the last non-Norwegian to have won a men’s distance
event in the World Cup: in the 15km classic style in Lahti on 27 February
Niskanen won all of his eight distance World Cup events in classic style
events (all 15km), including two in Lahti (2020, 2022).
Only Vladimir Smirnov (6) and Bjørn Dæhlie (3) have won more individual
distance World Cup events in Lahti than Niskanen.
Simen Hegstad Krüger only claimed more podium finishes in distance
events in 2019/20 (6) than in 2022/23 (5, including 3 wins). He has yet to
finish on the podium of a World Cup distance event in Finland.
Martin Løwstrøm Nyenget hopes to win his second individual World Cup
event, after the 50km classic style in Oslo in March 2022.
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