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Resultater sprint klassisk WC Canmore 2024

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Resultater fra sprint klassisk WC Canmore som arrangeres 13. februar 2024.

Publisert 13. februar 2024 i Langrenn

Program og resultater alle renn verdenscup Canmore

Sprint klassisk WC Canmore 2024

Dato: 13. februar
Start prolog kl 17.00
Start finaler kl 19.30
På TV: TV3/Viaplay

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Statistikk og historikk

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Norway
 Erik Valnes leads the World Cup sprint standings coming into Canmore.
He won two of the three individual classic sprint events this World Cup
season: in Ruka on 24 November and in Oberhof on 19 January.
 The last man other than Johannes Høsflot Klæbo to record three classic
sprint wins in a single World Cup season was Emil Jönsson in 2010/11.
 Johannes Høsflot Klæbo has won a record 17 classic style individual
sprint events in the World Cup, one more than Marit Bjørgen in the
women’s sprint. Only Bjørgen (27) and Petra Majdic (25) have recorded
more podium finishes in classic style individual sprints than Klæbo (24).
 Børre Næs (23 January 2008) is the only Norwegian to have won a men’s
sprint classic style in Canmore. He won ahead of his compatriots Ola Vigen
Hattestad (2nd) and Eldar Rønning (3rd) that day.
 Harald Østberg Amundsen finished fourth in the classic sprint event in
Oberhof on 19 January, his best result in sprint classic event.
Other contenders
 Since the beginning of 2022, the 12 individual World Cup sprint events in
the classic style were won by Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (6), Richard Jouve
(4) and Erik Valnes (2).
 These four wins are the only World Cup victories in Jouve’s career. He is
level with Lucas Chanavat (4) on most wins in individual sprint World
Cups. Chanavat recorded all of his victories in the sprint freestyle.
 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).
 Federico Pellegrino’s only World Cup victory in a classic style sprint event
came in Canmore, on 8 March 2016. Sixteen of his 17 sprint wins came in
the freestyle.
 USA’s JC Schoonmaker came in third in the classic sprint in Östersund
earlier this season. He joined his compatriots Torin Kroos (3rd in January
2007) and Andrew Newell (March 2010) as the only US men to reach the
podium in an individual World Cup classic sprint event.
 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. He was 22 years and 164
days old when he won the sprint freestyle in Canmore on 26 January 2008.

Kvinner

Sweden
 Each of the three individual World Cup classic sprints this season were
won by Swedish women. Emma Ribom won in Ruka (24 November) and
Östersund (9 December), and Linn Svahn in Oberhof (19 January).
 Sweden can become the third country to win at least four individual World
Cup classic sprints in a single campaign, after Slovenia (4 in 2008/09) and
Norway (4 in 2011/12, 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2022/23).
 Sweden can equal its country record of four successive individual World
Cup classic sprint victories, set between November 2020 and November
2021 (Linn Svahn 3, Maja Dahlqvist 1).
 No Swedish woman has won as many individual World Cup classic sprints
as Svahn (5). Stina Nilsson (4) and Emma Ribom (3) are next on that list.
 In the last four years (from February 2020 onwards), Jonna Sundling
finished on the podium in 10 of her last 12 World Cup classic sprint starts.
The only exceptions were seventh places in Val di Fiemme (January 2021)
and in Les Rousses (January 2023).
 Among Swedish women, only Stina Nilsson (11) recorded as many World
Cup podiums in the sprint classic style as Sundling (11).
 Sweden swept the podium in this World Cup event in Oberhof (Svahn
1,Frida Karlsson 2 and Sundling 3). The only country to record successive
clean sweeps in this World Cup event was Sweden itself, in the 2020/21
campaign (Ruka and Val di Fiemme).
 Sweden can become the second country with at least three different
winners of this World Cup event in a single season, after Norway in
2014/15 (Marit Bjørgen, Ingvild Flugstad Østberg and Maiken Caspersen
Falla).
 Sweden’s best result in this World Cup event in Canada was a second
place by Ida Ingemarsdotter in Canmore on 6 February 2010.
Other contenders
 No woman has won both a World Cup sprint freestyle and sprint classic at
the same venue in a single season. One woman came close in achieving
this: Pirjo Muranen in Engelberg in December 2000 (1st sprint classic, 2nd
in sprint freestyle).
 Kristine Stavås Skistad is the only non-Swedish woman to claim a
podium finish in this World Cup event this season: third in Ruka and
second in Östersund.
 Skistad finished on the podium in five of the last six individual World Cup
classic sprints, claiming three victories. The only exception was a fourth
place in Oberhof on 19 January.
 Norway swept the podium in the most recent sprint classic style in Canada,
in Canmore on 8 March 2016: 1-Maiken Caspersen Falla, 2-Astrid
Uhrenholdt Jacobsen, 3-Ingvild Flugstad Østberg. No country has won
more than one individual sprint classic style event on Canadian snow.
 Jessica 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).
 Rosie Brennan will aim for her first podium finish in an individual World
Cup sprint classic event. Her best result in this World Cup event was a
fourth place in Östersund on 9 December 2023.
 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.
 The only German women to reach the podium in an individual World Cup
sprint classic event were Manuela Henkel (5, from 2002 to 2006) and
Denise Herrmann-Wick (1, in November 2013).

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