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Resultater sprint klassisk verdenscup Oberhof 2024

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Resultater og startlister sprint klassisk verdenscup Oberhof fredag 19. januar 2024.

Publisert 19. januar 2024 i Langrenn

Program og resultater verdenscup Oberhof

Sprint klassisk verdenscup Oberhof 2024

Dato: 19. januar
Start prolog: Kl 12.50
Start finaler: Kl 15.20
På TV: Vsport 1 / Viaplay

Resultater

Menn finaler

Komplett liste (PDF)

Kvinner finaler

Komplett liste (PDF)

Kvinner prolog

Menn prolog

Startlister

Kvinner prolog


Menn prolog

Historikk og statistikk

Menn

Harald Østberg Amundsen
 Harald Østberg Amundsen comes into Oberhof as the overall winner of the
18th Tour de Ski (30 December – 7 January). Amundsen held off
Germany’s Friedrich Moch and France’s Hugo Lapalus.
 Amundsen claimed three World Cup victories in the Tour de Ski (overall
and the 20km pursuits in both the classic style and freestyle). Before the
start of this edition, he had only two World Cup wins to his name.
 Amundsen is also the new overall leader in the 2023/24 World Cup. The
skiers have completed 17 of the 34 events that count towards this season’s
overall World Cup standings.
 Amundsen’s only podium finish in an individual World Cup sprint event was
a third place in Trondheim (freestyle) on 15 December 2023.
 Amundsen finished sixth and 26th respectively in the two sprint events in
this season’s Tour de Ski (both freestyle).
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo
 Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, winner of Tour de Ski in 2022 and 2023, was
unable to participate in this season’s edition as he was not fully recovered
from a recent bout with the flu.
 Klæbo has won a record 42 individual World Cup sprint events. No other
male skier has won more than 17 (Federico Pellegrino).
 Klæbo finished on the podium in each of the last 39 individual World Cup
sprint events in which he participated, including 34 victories (four second
places, one third place). His streak began after an 11th place in the sprint
freestyle in Lillehammer on 30 November 2018 (3-Days Tour).
 Klæbo (76) is one shy of equalling Elena Välbe (77) in third place all-time
on most World Cup victories (men and women), behind only Marit Bjørgen
(144) and Therese Johaug (100).
Other contenders
 This event marks the 250th individual men’s World Cup sprint event in
World Cup history. Tor Arne Hetland won the first individual men’s
World Cup sprint event in Reit im Winkl on 4 February 1996.
 This will be the third individual men’s sprint event in Oberhof. The previous
two winners were Eldar Rønning (classic style on 3 January 2010) and
Calle Halfvarsson (freestyle on 29 December 2013). Both sprints were
stages in the Tour de Ski.
 Lucas Chanavat won both sprint events in the Tour de Ski: freestyle
events in Toblach (30 December) and Davos (3 January).
 Chanavat’s best results in individual World Cup sprint events in the classic
style are two third places in March 2022 (in Drammen and Falun).
Chanavat could become the first non-Norwegian skier to win three
consecutive individual men’s World Cup sprint events since Federico
Pellegrino had a run of three in December 2020 to January 2021 (all
freestyle).
 Chanavat and Richard Jouve (both 4) are now tied for most individual
World Cup sprint victories among Frenchmen. Chanavat achieved all four
wins in the freestyle, Jouve all in the classic style.
 In the sprint events of the Tour de Ski, three men achieved their first-ever
individual World Cup podium: Jules Chappaz (second in Toblach), Ben
Ogden (third in Toblach) and Edvin Anger (second in Davos).
 Jules Chappaz could join Chanavat (4), Jouve (4) and Baptiste Gros (1 in
2016) as the French skiers – male or female – to claim an individual World
Cup sprint victory.
 Ben Ogden could become the fourth male skier representing United States
to claim an individual World Cup victory, after Bill Koch (5), Noah Hoffman
(1) and Simeon Hamilton (1). USA’s most recent World Cup victory on the
men’s side was achieved by Hamilton in the sprint freestyle in Lenzerheide
on 31 December 2013 (Tour de Ski stage).
 Edvin Anger (21 years old) could become the youngest male skier
representing Sweden to win an individual World Cup sprint event. Emil
Jönsson is the current record holder for Sweden (22 years in 2008).
 Erik Valnes is the current leader in this season’s World Cup sprint
standings. Two of his three individual World Cup wins were achieved in the
sprint classic style: in Ruka on 27 November 2020 and 24 November 2023.
 Friedrich Moch finished runner-up in the 2023/24 Tour de Ski (the gap to
winner Harald Østberg Amundsen was 1 minute and 19 seconds). The
German finished 66th and 47th in the sprint events.

Kvinner

Kristine Stavås Skistad
 Kristine Stavås Skistad secured podium finishes in each of her previous 10
individual World Cup sprint starts, claiming six wins (2 second places, 3
third places). This run started with a victory in Les Rousses in January
2023.
 Skistad is the third female cross-country skier to finish on the podium in at
least 10 successive individual World Cup sprint starts, after Maiken
Caspersen Falla (13, between February 2016 and February 2017) and
Marit Bjørgen (12, between December 2003 and February 2005).
 Skistad (3) can become the fourth woman to win a record four individual
World Cup sprint classic events before her 25th birthday, after Bjørgen (4),
Stina Nilsson (4) and Linn Svahn (4). Skistad turns 25 on 8 February 2024.
Emma Ribom
 Emma Ribom won the first two individual World Cup sprint classic events,
in Ruka on 24 November and in Östersund on 9 December. In the previous
15 World Cup seasons ( 2008/09 – 2022/23), only one woman won the
opening three sprint classic events of the campaign: Linn Svahn in 2020/21
(3).
 Ribom can become the second Swedish woman to win an individual World
Cup event in Oberhof, following Hanna Erikson’s sprint freestyle victory in
the Tour de Ski on 29 December 2013.
 Ribom can become the first Swedish woman to win an individual World
Cup sprint classic event in Germany.
Other contenders
 This is the 250th individual women’s World Cup sprint event in World
Cup history. Elena Välbe won the first individual women’s World Cup
sprint event in Reit im Winkl on 4 February 1996.
 The women’s World Cup returns to Oberhof for the first time since 29
December 2013, when Hanna Erikson won the sprint freestyle. There has
been only one individual women’s World Cup sprint classic in Oberhof, won
by Petra Majdic in January 2010.
 Thirteen of the previous 14 individual women’s World Cup events in
Oberhof were part of the Tour de Ski. The only exception was the 10km
classic style on 25 January 2003 (won by Bente Skari).
 Linn Svahn (12) is level with Charlotte Kalla (12) on second-most
individual World Cup wins among Swedish women. Stina Nilsson leads the
list with 23 wins.
 Svahn has won nine individual World Cup sprint events. She can become
the eighth woman to win at least 10 sprint events, and the second to do so
for Sweden after Nilsson’s 18 sprint victories.
Jessica Diggins leads the overall standings in the 2023/24 World Cup.
The skiers have completed 17 of the 34 individual events that count
towards this season’s overall World Cup.
 Diggins has yet to win an individual World Cup sprint classic event. Her
best results were third places in Drammen (March 2018), Val di Fiemme
(January 2020) and Oberstdorf (January 2020).
 Sophie Caldwell Hamilton is the only USA woman to have won an
individual sprint classic event in the World Cup, in Oberstdorf in January
2016.
 Among Swedish women, only Nilsson (31) and Maja Dahlqvist (24) have
recorded as many individual World Cup podiums in sprint events as Jonna
Sundling (23).
 Since December 2021, Sundling finished on the podium in 12 of her last 14
individual World Cup sprint starts (4 victories). The only exceptions were a
seventh place in Les Rousses in January 2023 and a 13th place in Davos
on 3 January of this year.
 Dahlqvist has yet to record a podium in finish in an individual World Cup
sprint event this season. Her best results was a fourth place in Davos on 3
January.
 The only German woman to win an individual World Cup sprint event on
home snow was Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle in December 2001 (freestyle in
Garmisch-Partenkirchen).
 Claudia Nystad is the only German woman to have won an individual World
Cup event in Oberhof: the 2.8km freestyle in the 2008/09 Tour de Ski.

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