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Herrenes 20 km fri teknikk
• This is the first men’s World Cup 20km freestyle race. It is a race that the
women raced at some venues in the 1986/87 and 1987/88 season. It was
included in the women’s cross-country skiing schedule at the Calgary 1988
Olympic Winter Games, when Tamara Tikhonova of the Soviet Union took
• Norway can eight successive men’s individual World Cup distance events
for the first time since eight in 2015-2016.
• Norway claimed 13 of the 15 podium places in this season’s men’s
individual World Cup distance events, including all five wins.
• Johannes Høsflot Klæbo won the 10km classic style and 20km pursuit
freestyle in Ruka this season. He can become the first man to win three
distance World Cups in this season. Pål Golberg can also won three
distance events in this campaign.
• Golberg’s four wins in individual distance World Cup events all were in
classic style events, including the men’s 20km classic style in Lillehammer
on 4 December.
• Last season the men raced four times in 15km freestyle events and on
each occasion it was won by a Norwegian cross-country skier.
• Simen Hegstad Krüger won the first two 15km freestyle events of 2021/22
in Lillehammer and Davos. His win in the men’s 15km freestyle in Davos is
his last podium at an individual World Cup event.
• Didrik Tonseth has finished on the podium in four of his last five individual
World Cup races, including winning the 15km freestyle event in Falun in
• Andrew Musgrave claimed Great Britain’s first men’s World Cup distance
podium spot last week in the 10km classic in Beitostølen. It was almost
exactly five years since Great Britain’s previous podium in a distance event,
also by Musgrave in the 15km freestyle in Toblach in December 2017 (3rd).
• Apart from Musgrave, Federico Pellegrino (3rd in 20km pursuit in Ruka) is
the only other non-Norwegian to claim a podium finish in this season’s
men’s World Cup distance events. It was Pellegrino’s first podium finish in
an individual distance event (35 podiums in sprint events)
• The last Italian to win a men’s individual World Cup distance event was
Francesco De Fabiani in the 15km classic style in Lahti in March 2015.
• The last non-Norwegian winner of a men’s individual distance event was
Iivo Niskanen in the 15km classic style in Lahti in February 2022. Niskanen
will not compete in Davos due to his recovery from a COVID-19 infection.
• The last non-Norwegian winner of a men’s 20km World Cup race was
Lukáš Bauer in the 20km classic at the 2009/10 Tour de Ski.
Kvinnenes 20 km fri teknikk
• Jessica Diggins has won 10 individual World Cup distance events in the
freestyle, more than any other active female cross-country skier.
• Diggins won the most recent women’s individual World Cup distance event
in the freestyle, as she was victorious in the 10km freestyle in Lillehammer
on 2 December.
• No woman has won consecutive individual World Cup distance events in
the freestyle since Diggins in January 2021, when she won in Val Müstair
(10km pursuit freestyle) and in Toblach (10km freestyle).
• The women’s individual 20km freestyle event is held in the World Cup for
the first time since 25 February 1988, when Tamara Tikhonova won the
Olympic gold medal in this event in Calgary.
• Ingvild Flugstad Østberg (13) has won more individual World Cup
distance events than any other female active cross-country skier. Her most
recent victory came on 1 January 2020 in the Toblach 10km pursuit classic
style, her most recent podium finish was a second place in Meråker on 20
February 2020 in the 34km freestyle.
• Of the last 13 women’s individual World Cup distance events in Davos, 12
were won by Norwegian women. The exception came in December 2020,
when Rosie Brennan was victorious.
• Katharina Hennig finished second behind Jessica Diggins in the World
Cup 10km freestyle in Lillehammer on 2 December, her first podium finish
in a individual World Cup distance event in the freestyle.
• The most recent German woman to win a individual World Cup distance
event is Claudia Nystad, in the 2.5km freestyle in Falun in March 2009.
• In the last 24 women’s individual World Cup distance events in the
freestyle, women from Norway (33), United States (16), Sweden (16) and
Russia (4) claimed 69 of the 72 podium finishes. Hennig and France’s
Delphine Claudel are the only exceptions.
• Claudel was third in the 10km freestyle in Val de Fiemme in January 2021
and in January 2022. Female cross-country skiers from France have never
won an individual World Cup event.
• Anne Kjersti Kalvå (4-8-5-8-2) and Karlsson are the only women who
finished in the top-eight in all individual World Cup distance events this
season. Kalvå claimed her first ever individual World Cup podium by
finishing second in Beitostølen in the 10km classic style last weekend.
• Richard Jouve has won three of the last five men’s individual World Cup
sprint events, with all three wins in the classic style. He won the last men’s
World Cup sprint event in Beitostølen over Simone Mocellini and Calle
• With his win in Beitostølen, Jouve became the first French male crosscountry skier to win three World Cup sprint events and claim 15 World Cup
sprint podium places, surpassing Lucas Chanavat (2 wins, 14 podium
• Most of Jouve’s World Cup sprint podium places have come in freestyle
(10, three 2nd places, seven 3rd places), including a third place in the
sprint in Davos last season.
• Jouve’s 10 podium finishes without a win in freestyle sprint events in the
World Cup are the joint-most in the sprint freestyle, alongside Heidi Weng
(10, on the women’s side).
Johannes Høsflot Klaebo
• Johannes Høsflot Klaebo (32) has recorded the most wins in men’s sprint
events at the World Cup. He was absent in Beitostølen due to illness. He is
expected to return in Davos.
• Klaebo has won seven of the last 11 World Cup sprint races, including the
freestyle event in Davos last season. He has won four of the last five sprint
World Cup races in Davos, the most of any male cross-country skier.
• Klæbo’s 19 World Cup victories in men’s freestyle sprint events are thirdmost for a skier in a single event: after Marit Bjørgen’s 24 wins in the
women’s sprint freestyle and her 20 victories in the women’s 4x5km relay.
• Klaebo can become the first cross-country skier to win four consecutive
men’s World Cup sprint freestyle events since Federico Pellegrino won four
in a row in 2015/16.
• Even Northug has finished on the podium in two of his three individual
World Cup sprint events this season (2nd-3rd-9th). Northug had not stood
on a World Cup podium in an individual sprint race before this season. His
older brothers Petter Northug (9) and Thomas Northug (1) have both
recorded individual World Cup wins in sprint events.
• Only Klaebo (4) and Federico Pellegrino (3) have multiple World Cup wins
in men’s sprint events in Davos. Pellegrino (age 32) could become the
oldest men’s cross-country skier to win this event in Davos.
• Pellegrino has won 16 individual World Cup sprint events, joint-second
most alongside Emil Jönsson. Klæbo is ahead of them on 32 wins
• Simone Mocellini claimed his first individual sprint World Cup podium in
Beitostølen (2nd). Mocellini has only raced in an individual sprint in Davos
once, last season, when he finished 53rd.
• Calle Halfvarsson’s third place in the men’s individual sprint classic event in
Beitostølen was the first Swedish podium in an individual World Cup sprint
event since Oskar Svensson’s victory (freestyle) in Ulricehamn in February
• Halfvarsson (age 33) could become the oldest winner of a World Cup sprint
freestyle event in Davos, beating Federico Pellegrino (age 30) in December
• Lucas Chanavat will be racing on his 28th birthday. The only winner of a
men’s World Cup sprint event on his birthday was Børre Næss on his 26th
birthday in Canmore in January 2008 (classic-style).
• Maja Dahlqvist’s most recent victory in an individual World Cup sprint event
was in Dresden on 18 December 2021, which was her fifth consecutive
victory at the time.
• Dahlqvist finished on the podium in each of her last six participations in
individual World Cup sprint events in the freestyle, including a second place
in Lillehammer earlier this season.
• Dahlqvist (5) needs one win to enter the top-10 for most individual World
Cup sprint victories among female cross-country skiers. Dahlqvist would
equal Arianna Follis (6) in joint-10th place.
• Among Swedish women, only Stina Nilsson (18) and Linn Svahn (7) have
claimed more individual World Cup sprint victories than Dahlqvist (5).
• Last season, Dahlqvist won the sprint freestyle World Cup event in Davos.
Stina Nilsson (3), Marit Bjørgen (3) and Petra Majdic (2) are the only
female cross-country skiers who won multiple individual World Cup sprint
events in Davos.
• Nadine Fähndrich won the sprint classic style in Beitostølen on 9
December, becoming only the third Swiss cross-country skier to win at
least two individual World Cup events, after Dario Cologna (26) and
Laurien van der Graaff (2). Fähndrich also won the sprint freestyle in
Dresden in December 2020.
• Jessica Diggins won two individual sprint events in the World Cup, both in
the freestyle: in Cogne on 16 February 2019 and in Lenzerheide on 28
December 2021 (Tour de Ski).
• Diggins finished fourth in the last two women’s individual World Cup
freestyle sprints, in Lahti and Lillehammer. Diggins (6) has recorded the
joint-most fourth places in women’s individual World Cup freestyle sprint
events, alongside Ingvild Flugstad Østberg and Arianna Follis.
• Tiril Udnes Weng is the only woman besides Emma Ribom who finished
on the podium in multiple individual sprint events this World Cup season.
Weng finished third in the sprint classic style in Ruka (25 November) and
third in the sprint freestyle in Lillehammer (3 December).
• Norway’s last 11 individual wins in the sprint freestyle in the women’s
World Cup were achieved by athletes who are now retired: Maiken
Caspersen Falla (7), Marit Bjørgen (3) and Therese Johaug (1).
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