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Program, startlister og resultater verdenscup langrenn Drammen 12. mars 2024.

Publisert 12. mars 2024 i Langrenn

Verdenscup langrenn Drammen 2024

Dato

Tirsdag 12. mars

Sted

Drammen – Viken

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Kvinner
Tiril Udnes Weng (Nes Ski)

Lotta Udnes Weng (Nes Ski)
Kristine Stavås Skistad (Konnerud IL)
Mathilde Myhrvold (Vind IL)
Hedda Østberg Amundsen (Asker Skiklubb, Equinor rekruttlandslag)
Heidi Weng (IL BUL) pga høy totalbelastning, erstattes av Kristin Austgulen Fosnæs
Anna Svendsen (Tromsø Skiklubb, Team ELON Nord-Norge)
Julie Myhre (Byåsen IL)
Ane Appelkvist Stenseth (Grong) *friplassEquinor norgescup
Hedda Bakkemo (Gjøvik Sportsklubb, Team ELON Innlandet) *U23
Malin Hoelsveen (Raufoss IL) *U23
Maria Hartz Melling (Konnerud IL, Equinor rekruttlandslag) 

Menn
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (Byåsen IL)

Håvard Solås Taugbøl (Lillehammer Ski)
Ansgar Evensen (Vind IL, Team ELON Innlandet)
Matz William Jenssen (Sportsklubben Njård, Team ELON Oslofjord) *U23
Erik Valnes (Bardufoss og Omegn IF)
Harald Østberg Amundsen (Asker SK)
Even Northug (Strindheim IL)
Emil Iversen (Varden Meråker) *friplass Equinor norgescup
Sivert Wiig (Gjesdal IL, Team ELON Vest)
Sindre Bjørnestad Skar (Bærums Verk)
Mathias Holbæk (Vindbjart IL, Team ELON Vest) *U23
Pål Golberg (Gol IL)  pga høy totalbelastning, erstattes av Amund August Korsæth

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Historikk og statistikk

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Johannes Høsflot Klæbo
 Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (984) tops the World Cup sprint standings, 141
points ahead of Erik Valnes (843) and 174 points ahead of Lucas Chanavat
(810) with two sprint races left this season.
 Klæbo could win the sprint crystal globe for the sixth time (2016/17,
2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2022/23). 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 could win his 10th individual crystal globe this week. He won the
sprint World Cup five times and the overall World Cup four times. No other
male cross-country skier has won more than eight individual World Cup
disciplines in their careers: Bjørn Dæhlie (8) and Dario Cologna (8).
 Klæbo has won a record 47 individual World Cup sprint events. He won the
most recent five sprint events (Goms, twice in Canmore, Minneapolis and
Lahti).
 Klæbo won more individual World Cup sprints in the classic style (18) than
any other male cross-country skier has won in the freestyle and classic
style combined (Federico Pellegrinowon 17 sprints in total).
 Klæbo won nine of his last 10 individual sprint World Cups participations on
Norwegian snow, with the exception an exit in the semi-finals in
Lillehammer on 30 November 2018 (3-Days Tour).
 Klæbo has won nine individual sprint events in Norway. Only Klæbo himself
(nine in Switzerland) has won as many individual sprint events in a specific
country.
 Klæbo (7) could win his eighth individual sprint this World Cup campaign.
He only won as many as eight individual sprints in the World Cup in
2022/23 (10), 2018/19 (8) and 2019/20 (8).
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 (47) 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.
 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.
 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.
 Even Northug is still in search of his first win in a sprint World Cup. He
achieved four podium finishes (one second place and three third places.

Kvinner

Sprint crystal globe
 Linn Svahn could claim her second career sprint crystal globe. She also
won the sprint standings in 2019/20.
 Four of the last five sprint crystal globes were won by Swedish athletes,
with Anamarija Lampic’ win in 2020/21 as the exception.
 Svahn can equal Maja Dahlqvist (2) as the only Swedish women on
multiple sprint crystal globes. Dahlqvist topped the sprint standings in each
of the last two seasons.
Sweden
 Linn Svahn (5), Emma Ribon (2) and Jonna Sundling (1) have won an
individual sprint World Cup event 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.
 All four individual World Cup classic sprints this season were won by
Swedish women. Emma Ribom won in Ruka (24 November) and
Östersund (9 December), Linn Svahn in Oberhof (19 January) and
Canmore (13 February).
 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).
 The last time athletes representing a specific country won at least five
successive individual classic sprints was between March 2014 and
November 2015, when Norwegian skiers won seven in a row.
 No Swedish woman has won as many individual World Cup classic sprints
as Svahn (6). 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 11 of her last 13 World Cup classic sprint starts.
The only exceptions were seventh places in Val di Fiemme (January 2021)
and in Les Rousses (January 2023).
 Stina Nilsson is the only Swedish woman to have claimed a classic style
sprint victory on Norwegian snow, when she won in Drammen on 8 March
2017.
Other contenders
 Kristine Stavås Skistad (3) is the only non-Swedish woman who claimed
an individual sprint victory in the World Cup this season. All three of her
wins came in the freestyle.
Skistad is the only non-Swedish woman to claim a podium finish a classic
style individual sprint event this World Cup season: third in Ruka and
second in Östersund and Canmore.
 Norwegian women have won 12 of the last 15 classic style individual sprint
events in the World Cup on Norwegian snow, including Skistad’s victory in
Drammen last season.
 Skistad has won the last two individual sprint events on Norwegian snow,
including the freestyle event in Trondheim earlier this season on 15
December. Only Bente Skari (3 in 2002-2003) has ever won three
individual sprint in Norway in a row.
 Coletta Rydzek finished second in the freestyle sprint in Lahti last week,
Germany’s first podium finish in an individual sprint event in the World Cup
in five years (Sandra Ringwald in Cogne in February 2019).
 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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Terminliste verdenscup langrenn 2023-24

Tidiligere vinnere av sprinten i Drammen

År Menn Kvinner
1.-plass 2.-plass 3.-plass 1.-plass 2.-plass 3.-plass
2018 Norge Johannes Høsflot Klæbo Norge Eirik Brandsdal Russland Aleksandr Bolsjunov Norge Maiken Caspersen Falla Sverige Stina Nilsson USA Jessica Diggins
2017 Norge Eirik Brandsdal Norge Johannes Høsflot Klæbo Russland Sergej Ustjugov Sverige Stina Nilsson Finland Krista Pärmäkoski Sverige Hanna Falk
2016 Norge Petter Northug Norge Ola Vigen Hattestad Norge Eirik Brandsdal Norge Maiken Caspersen Falla Norge Ingvild Flugstad Østberg Russland Natalja Matvejeva
2015 Norge Eirik Brandsdal Norge Finn-Hågen Krogh Norge Ola Vigen Hattestad Norge Maiken Caspersen Falla Norge Heidi Weng Norge Marit Bjørgen
2014 Norge Ola Vigen Hattestad Norge Pål Golberg Italia Maicol Rastelli Norge Maiken Caspersen Falla Norge Marit Bjørgen Sverige Stina Nilsson
2013 Norge Petter Northug Kasakhstan Aleksej Poltaranin Russland Nikita Krjukov Polen Justyna Kowalczyk Norge Heidi Weng Norge Ingvild Flugstad Østberg
2012 Norge Eirik Brandsdal Canada Len Väljas Norge Pål Golberg Norge Marit Bjørgen Norge Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen Polen Justyna Kowalczyk
2011 Sverige Emil Jönsson Canada Alex Harvey Norge Petter Northug USA Kikkan Randall Norge Maiken Caspersen Falla Sverige Charlotte Kalla
2010 Sverige Emil Jönsson Norge Petter Northug USA Andrew Newell Norge Marit Bjørgen Finland Aino-Kaisa Saarinen Finland Pirjo Muranen
2008 Norge Ola Vigen Hattestad Norge Jens Arne Svartedal Sverige Emil Jönsson Finland Virpi Kuitunen Slovenia Petra Majdič Norge Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen
2007 Norge Børre Næss Sverige Mats Larsson Norge Trond Iversen Finland Virpi Kuitunen Slovenia Petra Majdič Finland Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
2006 Norge Jens Arne Svartedal Norge Børre Næss Norge Eldar Rønning Slovenia Petra Majdič Canada Beckie Scott Norge Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen
2005 Norge Tor-Arne Hetland Norge Eldar Rønning Norge Børre Næss Finland Virpi Kuitunen Sverige Lina Andersson Sverige Anna Dahlberg
2004 Norge Håvard Bjerkeli Norge Tor-Arne Hetland Sverige Anders Högberg Norge Marit Bjørgen Finland Virpi Kuitunen Finland Elina Hietamäki
2003 Norge Jens Arne Svartedal Finland Keijo Kurttila Sverige Thobias Fredriksson Norge Bente Skari Tyskland Manuela Henkel Finland Virpi Kuitunen

 

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