- 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
- 17. mars 2023Klæbo best etter rå avslutning
- 17. mars 2023Kalvå på pallen i Falun
- 16. mars 2023Startlistene og resultater for verdencup langrenn i Falun
- 15. mars 2023Uttak verdenscup Falun
- 14. mars 2023Stavås Skistad suveren på hjemmebane
- 3. mars 2023Tidobbelt norsk i Latvia
Resultater sprint fri Falun lørdag 18. mars 2023.
Resultater verdenscup Falun – alle renn
Sprint fri Falun
Lørdag 18. mars
Start prolog kl 10.50
Start finaler kl 13.20
TV: Direkte på TV3/Viaplay
Myhre, Julie – Byåsen IL
Kalvå, Anne Kjersti – Lundamo IL
Myhrvold, Mathilde – Vind IL
Skistad, Kristine Stavås – Konnerud IL
Stenseth, Ane Appelkvist – Grong IL
Weng, Lotta Udnes – Nes Ski
Weng, Tiril Udnes – Nes Ski
Amundsen, Harald Østberg – Asker SK
Asdøl, Håkon – IL Jardar
Evensen, Ansgar – Vind IL, Team ELON Innlandet
Golberg, Pål – Gol IL
Klæbo, Johannes Høsflot – Byåsen IL
Northug, Even – Strindheim IL
Skar, Sindre Bjørnestad – Bærums Verk og Hauger IF
Valnes, Erik – Bardufoss og Omegn IF
Komplette resultater (PDF)
Komplette resultater (PDF)
Historikk og statistikk
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo has won 37 individual World Cup sprint events, at
least 20 more than any other man (Federico Pellegrino follows on 17).
Klæbo has won seven of the 10 individual men’s sprint events in the World
Cup this season. In only two other World Cup campaigns, a man won at
least eight individual sprint events, both by Klæbo himself (8 in 2018/19
Klæbo has won 29 of the last 33 individual sprint World Cup events he
participated in. He finished second in each of the other four.
After finishing fifth in the individual freestyle World Cup sprint event in
Falun in January 2017, Klæbo won all four individual World Cup sprint
events he competed in on Swedish snow.
Klæbo (2,158) comes into Falun with a 224 points lead in the overall World
Cup standings (Golberg 1,934). Klæbo needs a margin of 300 points after
the freestyle sprint event to win the overall World Cup standings for the
fourth time. Bjørn Dæhlie (6), Gunde Svan (5) and Dario Cologna (4) are
the men to have won this crystal globe at least four times.
Klæbo (922) comes into Falun with a 235 points lead in the sprint World
Cup standings (Chanavat 687). Klæbo needs a margin of 200 points after
the freestyle sprint event to win the overall sprint World Cup standings of
Klæbo (3) is the only man to have won multiple individual sprint events in
Falun, including two in the sprint freestyle (2017, 2018).
Federico Pellegrino is the only man besides Klæbo to win an individual
freestyle World Cup sprint event this season.
Only Klæbo (37) claimed as many men’s individual sprint World Cup
victories as Pellegrino (17). Sixteen of Pellegrino’s 17 wins came in
Håvard Solås Taugbøl finished second in the previous individual freestyle
World Cup sprint event in Toblach. It was his first World Cup podium spot
of this season.
Erik Valnes finished second in the classic style World Cup sprint event in
Drammen on 14 March after finishing fourth in the freestyle sprint event in
Toblach on 3 February. Valnes’ only individual World Cup win was in a
sprint classic style event in Ruka in November 2020.
Pål Golberg is looking for his first individual freestyle sprint World Cup
event win since 5 December 2014 when he won in Lillehammer.
Richard Jouve won the individual World Cup sprint event in Falun last
season (Klæbo was absent). Jouve is the only man other than Klæbo to
win multiple individual World Cup sprint events this season (2).
All four of Jouve’s individual sprint World Cup victories were in classic style
events. He claimed 11 podium finishes in sprint freestyle events (4 second
places, 7 third places).
Lucas Chanavat (687 points) is second in the overall World Cup sprint
standings behind only Klæbo (922). Chanavat has just one individual World
Cup podium finish this season: a third place in the freestyle sprint event in
Davos on 17 December.
Chanavat finished third in last season’s World Cup individual sprint event in
Maja Dahlqvist (673) is trailing Nadine Fähndrich (678) by just five points
in the World Cup sprint standings this season.
Dahlqvist has not won a sprint event this World Cup season, but finished
on the podium five times (4 second places, 1 third place). In 2020/21
Anamarija Lampic won the sprint crystal globe without having won an
individual sprint World Cup event that season.
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
from February to December 2021.
Jonna Sundling won the previous women’s World Cup freestyle sprint
event in Toblach on 3 February. Sundling finished on the podium in seven
of her last eight World Cup sprint starts (four wins, including Falun last
season), with the exception a seventh place in Les Rousses last January.
Sundling (7) is level with Linn Svahn (7) on second-most individual World
Cup sprint wins among Swedish women, only behind Stina Nilsson (18).
Swedish women have won nine of the 12 individual World Cup freestyle
events since the start of 2021. Switzerland (2) and United States (1) won
the other three events.
Seven of the last eight individual women’s World Cup sprint events on
Swedish snow have been won by a Swedish cross-country skier.
Nadine Fähndrich (678 points) is leading the World Cup sprint standings.
She can become the first Swiss woman to win a crystal globe. The
only man to have won crystal globes for Switzerland was Dario Cologna (4
overall, 4 distance)
Fähndrich (3) recorded more individual World Cup sprint event wins than
any other woman this season.
Kristine Stavås Skistad has won two of the last three individual sprint
World Cups. These are her only podium finishes in individual sprints.
Johanna Hagström (4 second places, 2 third places) and Tiril Udnes
Weng (1 second place, 4 third places) are still in search of their first ever
World Cup individual sprint win.
Julia Kern is fifth in the World Cup sprint standings this season. Her only
podium finish in an individual World Cup event is a third place in the
freestyle sprint in Planica on 21 December 2019.
Terminliste verdenscupen langrenn 2022/23
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