- 26. november 2023Monsterhopp sikret Riiber-seier
- 26. november 2023Jan Thomas Jenssen kom inn som reserve og vant
- 26. november 2023Lotta Udnes Weng nær pallen i Ruka
- 26. november 2023De norske havnet langt bak i sesongens første hopprenn
- 25. november 2023De norske kvinnene et stykke bak på 10 km i Ruka
- 24. november 2023Startlister 10 km klassisk i Ruka
- 24. november 2023Ribom og Valnes vant i Ruka
- 12. november 2023Finn Hågen Krogh beste norske i jevn 10 km fri teknikk
- 12. november 2023Nok en tysk maktdemonstrasjon på kvinnenes 10 km fri i Muonio
- 11. november 2023Iivo Niskanen foran seks nordmenn i Muonio
Startlister og resultater fra 10 km klassisk menn Ruka lørdag 25. november 2023
10 km klassisk menn Ruka 2023
Lørdag 25. november
Første start kl 12.15 norsk tid
Statistikk og fun facts
Pål Golberg won the distance crystal globe last season ahead of Johannes
Høsflot Klæbo in second place. Golberg had a 104-point advantage over
Klæbo after all 17 events.
Golberg (8 podiums, including 3 wins) won the distance crystal globe
despite having recorded less wins and podiums than Klæbo (10 podiums,
including 9 wins) in those 17 events.
At the age of 32 days and 253 days, Golberg became the second-oldest
male winner of the distance crystal globe, behind only Pietro Piller Cottrer
(34 years in 2008/09).
Dario Cologna (4), Martin Johnsrud Sundby (3), Alexander Bolshunov (3)
and Tobias Angerer (2) are the male cross-country skiers to have claimed
the distance crystal globe more than once.
Last season, all 17 individual men’s World Cup distance events were won
by Norway. Those 17 victories were divided between Klæbo (9), Golberg
(3), Simen Hegstad Krüger (3), Iver Tildheim Andersen (1) and Harald
Østberg Amundsen (1).
Including 2021/22, Norway are on a streak of 19 consecutive wins in men’s
World Cup distance events. A streak that stretches back to Iivo Niskanen’s
triumph in the 15km classic style in Lahti on 27 February 2022.
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (9 out of 17) won the majority of individual
distance events in the 2022/23 men’s World Cup season.
Klæbo has won twice as few individual World Cup distance events (20) as
individual World Cup sprint events (40, excluding the result in Ruka on 24
Klæbo triumphed in the men’s 10km classic style event in Ruka in last
season’s World Cup (26 November 2022). It marked the first World Cup
distance event that season as well.
Klæbo also won the last two 10km classic style events in the men’s World
Cup: in Oberstdorf on 3 January (Tour de Ski) and Falun on 17 March.
Klæbo and Iivo Niskanen (4 each) have won the most individual World Cup
distance events in Ruka among men.
Klæbo tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday 7 November. He was not
fit enough to compete in Beitostølen.
Didrik Tønseth’s last World Cup win in an individual distance event came
in the 15km freestyle in Falun on 12 March 2022.
Simen Hegstad Krüger and Scott Patterson were the only men to take
part in all 17 individual World Cup distance events in the 2022/23 season.
Krüger achieved three wins in those 17 starts.
Sweden’s William Poromaa (7th) was the first non-Norwegian man in the
final standings of the distance World Cup last season.
Swedish men have not celebrated a victory in an individual World Cup
distance event since Marcus Hellner took first place in the 15km pursuit
freestyle at the World Cup Finals in Quebec on 19 March 2017.