- 25. mars 2023Startlister sprint Lahti
- 24. mars 2023Favorittseire på lagsprinten i Lahti
- 21. mars 2023Skistad og Klæbo raskest i Tallinn
- 19. mars 2023Sundling avgjorde for Sverige
- 18. mars 2023Skistad slo svenskene i Falun
- 17. mars 2023Klæbo best etter rå avslutning
- 17. mars 2023Kalvå på pallen i Falun
- 16. mars 2023Startlistene og resultater for verdencup langrenn i Falun
- 13. mars 2023Uttak verdenscup Drammen
- 5. februar 2023De norske kvinnene vant stafetten i Toblach
Program, startlister og resultater verdenscup langrenn Drammen 14. mars 2023.
Verdenscup Langrenn Drammen
Tirsdag 14. mars 2023.
Drammen – Viken
Rennet sendes direkte på NRK1.
Hedda Østberg Amundsen, Aker SK, Equinor Rekruttlandslag
Hedda Bakkemo, Gjøvik SK, Team ELON Innlandet (U23)
Kristin Austgulen Fosnæs, Fossum IF, Equinor Rekruttlandslag
Ingrid Andrea Gulbrandsen, Bardufoss og Omegn IF, Team ELON Nord-Norge
Maria Hartz Melling, Konnerud IL, Equinor Rekruttlandslag (U23)
Julie Myhre, Byåsen IL
Mathilde Skjærdalen Myhrvold, Vind IL
Kristine Stavås Skistad, Konnerud IL
Ane Appelkvist Stenseth, Grong IL
Anna Svendsen, Tromsø SK
Lotta Udnes Weng, Nes Ski
Tiril Udnes Weng, Nes Ski
Uttatte menn sprint:
Harald Østberg Amundsen, Asker SK
Harald Astrup Arnesen, IL Heming, Team Elon Oslofjord
Pål Trøan Aune, Steinkjer IL
Ansgar Evensen, Vind IL, Team Elon Innlandet
Pål Golberg, Gol IL
Lars Agnar Hjelmeseth, Gjelleråsen IF, Equinor Rekruttlandslag (U23)
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, Byåsen IL
Even Northug, Strindheim IL
Mats Opsal, MjøsSki (U23)
Sindre Bjørnestad Skar, Bærums Verk og Hauger IF
Erik Valnes, Bardufoss og Omegn IF
Sivert Wiig, Gjesdal IL, Team ELON Vest
Tirsdag 14. mars
- Kl 11.30: Sprint klassisk prolog
- Kl 14.00: Sprint klassisk finaler
Offisielle resultater: Kvinner – Menn
Terminliste verdenscupen langrenn 2022/23
Statistikk og historikk
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo has won 36 individual World Cup sprint events, at
least 19 more than any other man (Federico Pellegrino follows on 17).
On the women’s side, only Marit Bjørgen (40) claimed as many individual
sprint World Cup victories as Klæbo (36).
Klæbo has won six of the nine individual men’s sprint events in the World
Cup this season. In three World Cup campaigns, a man won at least seven
individual sprint events, all by Klæbo himself (8 in 2018/19 and 2019/20
and 7 in 2017/18).
Klæbo has won 28 of the last 32 individual sprint World Cup events he
participated in. He finished second in each of the other four.
The last time Klæbo competed and did not finish first or second in an
individual World Cup sprint event was during the 3-Days Tour in
Lillehammer on 30 November 2018, when his pole broke in the semi-finals
Klæbo’s World Cup debut was in Drammen on 3 February 2016. He
finished 15th in the men’s individual sprint event in the classic style that
day. Since then, Klæbo reached the podium in 20 of his 21 participations in
men’s individual World Cup sprint events in the classic style. The
exception came in Lillehammer on 2 December 2016 (11th).
Klæbo won the men’s individual World Cup sprint events in Drammen in
each of his last three participations, in 2018 (classic style), 2019 (classic
style) and 2020 (freestyle). In 2022, he missed this event due to a COVID19 infection.
Klæbo won seven of his last eight participations in men’s individual World
Cup sprint events that were held in Norway, with as exception the
aforementioned 11th place in Lillehammer in 2018 (event won by
Klæbo has only won as many individual World Cup sprints events in
Switzerland (8) as in Norway (7).
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo has won six of the nine individual men’s sprint
events in the World Cup this season. The other wins were claimed by
Richard Jouve (classic style in Beitostølen and Les Rousses) and
Federico Pellegrino (freestyle in Davos).
Since the start of 2022, all seven men’s individual sprint World Cup events
in the classic style were won by Jouve (4) or Klæbo (3).
Jouve’s four victories in individual sprint events in the World Cup were all in
the classic style, including his win in Drammen last year (3 March 2022).
Only Klæbo (36) claimed as many men’s individual sprint World Cup
victories as Pellegrino (17). Only one of Pellegrino’s 17 wins came in the
classic style: in Canmore on 8 March 2016 (Ski Tour Canada).
Simone Mocellini has claimed two podium finishes in men’s individual
sprint events in the World Cup, both in the classic style this season.
Mocellini can become the sixth Italian man to win an individual sprint event
in the World Cup.
Maja Dahlqvist leads the World Cup sprint standings this season on 615
points, just nine points ahead of Nadine Fähndrich (606).
Dahlqvist has not won a sprint event this World Cup season, but finished
on the podium five times (4 second places, 1 third place).
No female cross-country skier recorded more than four second-place
finishes in sprint events in a single season without claiming at least one
win. Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen claimed four second places without a win
in women’s World Cup sprint events in 2007/08.
Only Maiken Caspersen Falla (7 in 2016/17) finished runner up in more
than four women’s sprint events in a single World Cup season than Astrid
Uhrenholdt Jacobsen (4 in 2007/08) and Dahlqvist (4 in 2022/23).
Dahlqvist has not won a World Cup sprint event since winning five in a row
between February and December 2021.
This sprint event follows just two days after the inaugural edition of the
women’s 50km freestyle mass start, the third-longest women’s individual
World Cup event ever held.
The last nine women’s World Cup sprint events in the classic style have
been won by nine different women, a run started with Linn Svahn winning
in Falun in January 2021.
There have been four different winners in this season’s women’s classic
style sprint events in the World Cup: Emma Ribom, Nadine Fähndrich,
Lotta Udnes Weng and Kristine Stavås Skistad. Only in 2009/10 (5) have
there been more different winners in a single World Cup season in
women’s classic style sprint events.
Jonna Sundling won the women’s sprint in the classic style at the world
championships in Planica on 23 February.
Sundling finished on the podium in six of her last seven sprint participations
in the World Cup (including four wins), with the exception a seventh place
in Les Rousses on 28 January 2023.
Sundling (6) is one short of equalling Linn Svahn (7) for second-most World
Cup sprint wins among Swedish women, only behind Stina Nilsson (18).
Kristine Stavås Skistad won the most recent women’s World Cup sprint in
the classic style, in Les Rousses on 28 January. This was her first World
Cup podium finish.
Stavås Skistad can become the first woman to win back-to-back World Cup
sprint events in the classic style since Linn Svahn won three in a row in
November 2020-January 2021.
The last Norwegian woman to win back-to-back World Cup sprint events in
the classic style was Maiken Caspersen Falla in January-November 2019
(3 in a row).
Emma Ribom won the sprint classic style in Ruka on 25 November. Linn
Svahn (3, 2020/21) and Stina Nilsson (2, in 2016/17 and 2017/18) are the
Swedish women to win multiple sprint classic style events in a single World
Nadine Fähndrich (3) won the most sprint events in the women’s World
cup this season. She won three in a row in December, including the sprint
classic style in Beitostølen on 9 December.
Johanna Hagström (4 second places, 2 third places) and Tiril Udnes
Weng (1 second place, 3 third places) are still in search of their first ever
World Cup sprint win.
Norway recorded a 1-2-3-finish in the women’s World Cup sprint classic
style event in Val di Fiemme on 6 January (Tour de Ski). Lotta Udnes
Weng won ahead of her twin sister Tiril Udnes Weng and Mathilde
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