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Resultater sprint klassisk verdenscup langrenn Falun 2024

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Resultater sprint klassisk verdenscup langrenn Falun som arrangeres fredag 15. mars 2024.

Publisert 15. mars 2024 i Langrenn

Program og resultater alle renn under WC avslutningen i Falun 2024

Sprint klassisk verdenscup langrenn Falun 2024

Dato: 15. mars
Start prolog kl 12.15
Start finaler kl 14.45
På TV: TV3 og Viaplay

Resultater

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Finaler kvinner

Prolog menn

Prolog kvinner

Startlister

Prolog kvinner

Prolog menn

Verdenscupen sammenlagt

Statistikk og historikk

Menn

Overall World Cup
 Coming into this weekend, Harald Østberg Amundsen (2,415) holds a 157-
point lead over Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (2,258) in the overall World Cup
standings. With 345 points up for grabs in the final three World Cup events
in Falun this weekend (including bonus points), Klæbo could still secure his
fifth overall crystal globe.
 Klæbo recorded 415 points in the previous three World Cup events
(winning in Lahti, Oslo and Drammen), 148 points more than overall leader
Amundsen (267).
 Amundsen can win the overall World Cup for the first time. His best result
in the overall World Cup standings was an eighth place in 2021/22.
 Klæbo can win the overall World Cup for the fifth time, after 2017/18,
2018/19, 2021/22 and 2022/23. Only Bjørn Dæhlie (6) and Gunde Svan (5)
have won the men’s overall crystal globe at least five times.
 Norway has won the men’s overall World Cup a record 17 times, at least
eight more than nearest competitor Sweden (9).
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo
 Last Tuesday, Johannes Høsflot Klæbo secured his sixth sprint crystal
globe by winning the classic sprint in Drammen. Klæbo won the sprint
crystal globe in2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20, 2022/23 and 2023/24.
 No other male cross-country skier has won the sprint competition more
than three times. On the women’s side, Bente Skari (5) and Marit Bjørgen
(5) won at least five sprint crystal globes.
 Klæbo has won each of the last six individual World Cup sprint events
(Goms, twice in Canmore, Minneapolis, Lahti and Drammen), the
longest men’s sprint winning streak in World Cup history.
 On the women’s side, only Marit Bjørgen won as many successive
individual World Cup sprints: 11 between December 2003 and January
2005.
 Klæbo (8) has won eight individual sprints in a single World Cup campaign
for the third time, after 2022/23 (10), 2018/19 (8) and 2019/20 (8).
 Klæbo (111) can equal Bjørn Dæhlie (112) for most World Cup podium
finishes among men (including team events).
 Only Alexander Bolshunov (6) has won as many individual World Cup
events in Falun as Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (5, including 4 sprints).
 Klæbo won the final classic sprint event of the World Cup season in five of
the last six campaigns: in 2017/18, 2018/19 (both in Drammen), 2019/20
(Trondheim), 2020/21 (Falun), and in 2022/23 (Lahti). The only exception
was in Falun in 2021/22 (won by Richard Jouve).
Other contenders
 Erik Valnes (3) is the only man to have defeated Klæbo multiple times in
World Cup sprint events in the classic style. Aside from his two victories
this season, he also beat him in Ruka on 27 November 2020.
 Only Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (48) claimed as many men’s individual World
Cup sprint victories as Federico Pellegrino (17). Pellegrino’s last
individual WC sprint victory dates from 17 December 2022 (in the freestyle
in Davos).
 Sixteen of Pellegrino’s 17 individual World Cup sprint wins came in
freestyle events. The exception was his sprint classic style victory in
Canmore on 8 March 2016.
 Richard Jouve is the last non-Norwegian winner of an individual sprint
World Cup in the classic style, as he won in Les Rousses on 28 January
2023.
 Jouve won the most recent World Cup classic sprint in Falun, on 11 March
2022. With that win, Jouve became the first French winner of a sprint
crystal globe.
 Håvard Solås Taugbøl finished second in the most recent World Cup
classic sprint. Taugbøl (30y-208d) can become the oldest winner of a
World Cup sprint since Nikita Kriukov won the classic sprint in Stockholm
on 11 February 2016 (30y-257d on that day).
 Even Northug is still in search of his first win in a sprint World Cup. He
achieved five podium finishes (one second place and four third places).
Only Østein Pettersen (6) recorded as many podium finishes in World Cup
sprint events without winning once.

Kvinner

Overall World Cup
 Coming into this weekend, Jessie Diggins (2,490) holds a 102-point lead
over Linn Svahn (2,388) in the overall World Cup standings. With 345
points up for grabs in the final three World Cup events in Falun this
weekend (including bonus points), Svahn could still overtake Diggins in the
overall standings.
 Svahn recorded 295 points in the previous three World Cup events (in
Lahti, Oslo and Drammen), 135 points more than overall leader Diggins
(160) in this stretch.
 Diggins can win the overall World Cup for the second time, after 2020/21.
She is already the only non-European woman to claim the overall crystal
globe.
 Svahn can win her first overall crystal globe. Her best result in the overall
World Cup classification was a seventh place in 2020/21.
 Svahn can become the first Swedish woman to win the overall crystal
globe. Marie-Helene Östlund finished second in 1987/1988, behind only
Marjo Matikainen.
 Svahn (24y-99d on 17 March) can become the second-youngest woman
this century to win the overall crystal globe, after Julia Tchepalova in
2000/01 (24y-91d).
Sweden
 Last Tuesday, Linn Svahn claimed her second sprint crystal globe by
finishing second in the classic sprint in Drammen (behind Kristine Stavås
Skistad). Svahn also won the sprint classification in 2019/20.
 Svahn is the second Swedish woman to win the sprint crystal globe
multiple times, after Maja Dahlqvist (in 2021/22 and 2022/23).
 Svahn (5), Emma Ribon (2) and Jonna Sundling (1) all have won an
individual sprint World Cup event this season.
 Svahn (10) can become the first woman to record more than 10 podium
finishes in sprint events in a single World Cup campaign. Note: Kristine
Stavås Skistad is also on 10 sprint podiums this season.
 Sweden can become the first country with at least four different individual
sprint World Cup winners in a single season. Besides Sweden this season,
only Norway have had three different sprint winners in a World Cup season
before, both 2013/14 and 2014/15.
 Four of the five individual World Cup classic sprints this season were won
by Swedish women. Ribom won in Ruka (24 November) and Östersund (9
December), Svahn in Oberhof (19 January) and Canmore (13 February).
The only exception was Kristine Stavås Skistad’s victory in Drammen last
Tuesday.
 Sweden can become the first country to claim five classic sprint wins in a
single World Cup season. Sweden (4) have equalled the record for most
individual classic style sprint victories in a single season, previously
achieved by Slovenia (4 in 2008/09) and Norway (4 in 2011/12, 2014/15,
2015/16 and 2022/23).
 In the last four years (from February 2020 onwards),Jonna Sundling
finished on the podium in 11 of her last 13 World Cup classic sprint starts
(including a victory in Falun in March 2022). She did not compete in the
classic sprint in Drammen on 12 March.
 Swedish women won six of the eight individual World Cup sprints in Falun.
The only exceptions were wins by Marit Bjørgen in March 2014 (classic
style) and by Kristine Stavås Skistad in March 2023 (most recent edition, in
freestyle).
 Only Stina Nilsson (2, both in freestyle) has won as many World Cup
sprints in Falun as Svahn (2, both in classic).
Other contenders
 Kristine Stavås Skistad (4) is the only non-Swedish woman who claimed
an individual sprint victory in the World Cup this season. She won each of
the last two World Cup sprints, the freestyle in Lahti and the classic in
Drammen.
 Skistad (9) can become the fourth Norwegian woman to record double
digits in individual World Cup sprint victories, after Marit Bjørgen (40, alltime women’s record), Maiken Caspersen Falla (22) and Bente Skari (17).
 Skistad (10) can become the first woman to record more than 10 podium
finishes in sprint events in a single World Cup campaign. Note: Linn Svahn
is also on 10 sprint podiums this season.
 Skistad won the most recent individual World Cup sprint event in Falun, in
the freestyle on 18 March 2023. She can become the second woman to win
successive World Cup sprint at the resort, after Linn Svahn (won the
classic in 2019/20 and 2020/21).
 Skistad won the freestyle sprint in Falun in last season’s World Cup. She
can become the first woman to win World Cup sprints in both the freestyle
and classic style at multiple resorts. She already recorded a freestyle and
classic style sprint World Cup win in Lahti.
 Rosie Brennan finished third in the World Cup sprint classic in Drammen
last Tuesday. It marked only her second individual World Cup podium finish
in sprint events, after claiming the victory in Davos on 12 December 2020
(freestyle).

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