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Resultater sprint fri verdenscup Goms 2024

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Resultater og startlister for sprint fri verdenscup Goms lørdag 27. januar 2024.

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Sprint fri verdenscup Goms 2024

Dato: 27. januar
Start:
Kl 13.00: Prolog
Kl 15.30: Finaler
På TV: TV3

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Menn prolog

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Startlister

Kvinner finaler

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Kvinner prolog

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Historikk og statistikk

Menn

Norway
 Harald Østberg Amundsen leads the overall World Cup. His best result in
a sprint event is a third place in the freestyle sprint in Trondheim on 15
December 2023.
 Erik Valnes leads the World Cup sprint standings, ahead of compatriot
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo.
 Valnes finished on the podium in each of the three World Cup sprint classic
style events this season (two wins, one second place), but his best result in
a freestyle sprint event was a fourth place in Toblach on 30 December.
 Johannes Høsflot Klæbo had to settle for seventh place in the World Cup
sprint event in Oberhof on 19 january. This was the first time he missed out
on the podium in a World Cup sprint in which he started since an 11th
place in the sprint freestyle in Lillehammer on 30 November 2018.
 Among men and women, only Marit Bjørgen (9) has won as many
individual World Cup events on Swiss snow as Klæbo (9).
 Klæbo won eight of the nine World Cup sprint events he started in on Swiss
snow. The exception was a second-place finish behind Federico Pellegrino
in Davos on 17 December 2022.
France
 Lucas Chanavat won the last two World Cup sprint freestyle events, in the
Tour de Ski in Toblach (30 December) and Davos (3 January).
 The last cross-country skier other than Johannes Høsflot Klæbo to win
three successive World Cup sprint freestyle events, was Federico
Pellegrino in December 2020-January 2021 (3).
 Lucas Chanavat and Richard Jouve have the exact same podium record
in World Cup sprint events: four wins, five second places and 10 third
places..
 Jules Chappaz, who took second place in the World Cup sprint freestyle in
Toblach on 30 December, could claim his first win in an individual World
Cup event.
Other contenders
 Ben Ogden could become the first USA man to win an individual World
Cup event since Simeon Hamilton won the sprint freestyle in Lenzerheide
in the Tour de Ski on 31 December 2013.
 Only Klæbo (42) claimed as many men’s individual World Cup sprint
victories as Federico Pellegrino (17). Sixteen of Pellegrino’s 17 sprint
wins came in freestyle events.
 Seven of Pellegrino’s 17 inidividual World Cup wins came on Swiss snow,
including three of the last four.
Pellegrino’s last individual win in a World Cup event dates back to 17
December 2022, when he won the sprint freestyle in Davos.
 Valerio Grond can become the first Swiss man to win an individual World
Cup event since Dario Cologna in Oslo in March 2018 (50km freestyle).
 Cologna (2011, 2012) and Christoph Eigenmann (Tour de Ski, 31
December 2006) are the Swiss men to have won individual sprint events in
the World Cup.
 Grond hopes to join Cologna (two wins, 2017-2018) and Toni Livers (one
win, 2007) as the only Swiss men to have won an individual World Cup
event on Swiss snow.
 Edvin Anger finished second in the most recent World Cup sprint freestyle
event, in Davos on 3 January. This is his only individual World Cup podium
finish.
 The last Swede to win an individual World Cup event was Oskar Svensson
in the sprint freestyle in Ulricehamn on 6 February 2021.

Kvinner

Linn Svahn
 Linn Svahn has won the last three individual World Cup sprint events. She
also won three sprints in a row in January 2021.
 Last season, Kristine Stavås Skistad became the most recent woman to
win four successive World Cup sprints (all in March 2023).
 The last Swedish woman to win at least four World Cup sprints in a row
was Maja Dahlqvist (5 from February to December 2021).
 Svahn (10) can surpass Justyna Kowalczyk (10) on the list of most
individual World Cup sprint victories. Kikkan Randall is ahead of them on
12 wins (sixth-most all-time).
 Svahn (13) has overtaken Charlotte Kalla (12) on second-most individual
World Cup wins among Swedish women. Stina Nilsson leads the list with
23 wins.
 Sweden has won five of the six individual sprint World Cups this season. It
won seven sprint World Cups in 2018/19 and six in 2016/17 and 2021/22.
 Sweden swept the podium in the sprint in Oberhof on 19 January (classic
style), and also took sixth and seventh place.
Other contenders
 Jessica Diggins has won two and claimed 15 podiums in individual sprint
World Cups. Her two wins were in Cogne in February 2019 and in
Switzerland’s Lenzerheide in December 2021.
 Norway (11) has won the most women’s individual sprint World Cup events
on Swiss snow, ahead of Sweden (10).
 Kristine Stavås Skistad is the only non Swedish woman to have won a
sprint World Cup season, but she will not take part in Goms.
 Jonna Sundling and Maja Dahlqvist (each 24) can join Justyna
Kowalczyk (25) in fifth place of most podium finishes in women’s individual
sprint World Cups.
 Since the beginning of December 2021, Sundling finished on the podium in
13 of her 15 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.
 Nadine Fähndrich won two of the last three sprint World Cups on Swiss
snow, in Davos and Val Müstair in December 2022.

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