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Resultater sprint fri verdenscup langrenn Minneapolis 2024

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Resultater sprint fri verdenscup langrenn Minneapolis som arrangeres 17. februar 2024.

Publisert 17. februar 2024 i Resultater

Program og resultater alle renn under WC Minneapolis

Sprint fri verdenscup langrenn Minneapolis 2024

Dato: 17. februar
Start prolog: 17.00
Start finaler: 19.30

Resultater

Menn finale

Kvinner finale

Menn prolog

Kvinner prolog

Startlister

Kvinner prolog

Menn prolog

Statistikk og historikk

Menn

Johannes Høsflot Klæbo
 Johannes Høsflot Klæbo has won a record 45 individual World Cup sprint
events. He won the most recent three sprint events (Goms and twice in
Canmore).
 Klæbo won 23 of the last 24 individual World Cup freestyle sprint events he
competed in, with a second place behind Federico Pellegrino in Davos on
17 December 2022 as the only exception.
 This marks Klæbo’s first World Cup visit to United States. Klæbo has won
individual WC events in 11 different host countries. Only Bjørn Dæhlie (15),
Gunde Svan (14) and Vladimir Smirov (13) have won WC events in as
many different countries among men.
 Klæbo (100) recorded his 100th individual World Cup podium finish in
Canmore last week (most among men). On the women’s side, Marit
Bjørgen (186), Therese Johaug (149), Heidi Weng (111) and Justyna
Kowalcyz (106) have already reached this milestone.
 Klæbo can become the second Norwegian man to win an individual World
Cup event in United States, after Bjørn Dæhlie in Salt Lake City in
December 1989 (15km classic).
Lucas Chanavat
 Lucas Chanavat has won four individual World Cup sprint events (all in
freestyle). Among French men, only Richard Jouve (4) has won as many
individual World Cup sprints.
 Chanavat is tied-first with Jouve on most individual World Cup podiums in
sprint events among French men (both 20).
 Chanavat recorded podium finishes in four of the five individual World Cup
freestyle sprint events this season (most among men). Klæbo follows on
three podium finishes (all three wins).
 Chanavat (4) is one short of equalling his highest number of individual
World Cup sprint podium finishes in a single season (5 in 2021/22).
 Chanavat can become the second French skier to win three individual
World Cup events in a single season, after Vincent Vittoz in 2004/05 (3)
and in 2007/08 (3).
Other contenders
 The World Cup visits Minneapolis for the first time. The previous men’s
World Cup events in United States have been held in Anchorage (1982/83),
Fairbanks (1983/84), Biwabik (1985/86) and Salt Lake City (1989/90,
2000/01).
 Erik Valnes (755) leads the World Cup sprint standings, holding a onepoint advantage over Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (754) as they head into
Minneapolis. Valnes finished second in the 2019/20 WC sprint standings,
trailing only behind Klæbo.
 Valnes has yet to win an individual freestyle sprint event in the World Cup.
His best results are second places in Falun on 18 March 2023 and in
Canmore on 10 February 2024. In contrast, Valnes finished on the podium
in each of his last six World Cup starts in sprint classic events: 2nd-3rd-1st2nd-1st-3rd.
 Håvard Solås Taugbøl recorded six individual World Cup sprint podium
finishes, five of those came in freestyle events. Taugbøl and Valnes are the
only men to have finished inside the top-10 in all five freestyle sprint events
this season.
 Only Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (45) 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 recorded top-10 finishes in eight of the 11 individual World
Cup freestyle sprint events he participated in, including a second place in
Davos (3 January 2024) and third in Canmore (10 February 2024).
 Ben Ogden seeks to become the third man representing United States to
claim a podium spot in World Cup events on home soil, following Timothy
Caldwell (2nd) and Bill Koch (3rd), who trailed Gunde Svan in the 15km
classic style race in Anchorage on 20 March 1983.
 Harald Østberg Amundsen leads the overall World Cup. His best result in
an individual World Cup sprint event is a third place in the freestyle sprint in
Trondheim on 15 December 2023.

Kvinner

Linn Svahn
 Linn Svahn won five of the last six individual World Cup sprint events. The
only exception in this run was a third place in the freestyle sprint in
Canmore on 10 February (won by Kristine Stavås Skistad).
 Svahn (12) is level with Kikkan Randall (12) on sixth-most individual World
Cup sprint victories. Bente Skari (17) is in fifth place.
 Only Marit Bjørgen (15) and Stina Nilsson (12) won as many individual
World Cup sprints before their 25th birthday as Svahn (12). Svahn does not
turn 25 until 9 December.
 Svahn can become the first Swedish woman to win an individual World Cup
event in United States. Sweden’s best individual result in United States was
a ninth place in Salt Lake City by Marie-Helene Östlund in the 15km
freestyle on 10 December 1989.
 Sweden has won seven of the nine individual World Cup sprints this
season. Only in 2018/19 (7) did Sweden claim as many individual World
Cup sprint victories.
Kristine Stavås Skistad
 Kristine Stavås Skistad is the only non-Swedish woman to have won an
individual sprint World Cup this season, in Trondheim on 15 December and
in Canmore on 10 February (both in freestyle). Only Svahn (8) claimed as
many podium finishes in World Cup sprints this season as Skistad (7).
 Since the start of 2023, Skistad finished on the podium in each of her six
participations in individual World Cup freestyle sprints: 1st-1st-1st-3rd-2nd1st.
 Skistad can become the third Norwegian woman to win an individual World
Cup event in United States, after Brit Pettersen in Biwabik in December
1985 (10km classic) and Bente Skari in Salt Lake City in January 2001
(sprint freestyle).
Various
 Each of the last seven individual World Cup freestyle sprints were won by
either Skistad (4) or Svahn (3).
 This will be the second women’s individual World Cup sprint event in
United States. Bente Sarki won the first edition, the freestyle sprint in Salt
Lake City in January 2001. Manuela Henkel (2nd) and Beckie Scott (3rd)
completed the podium.
 Jonna Sundling and Maja Dahlqvist (each 26) are level in fifth place of
most podium finishes in women’s individual sprint World Cups. Stina
Nilsson (31) is next on the list.
 Since the the start of the 2021/22 World Cup season, Sundling finished on
the podium in 15 of her 18 individual World Cup sprint starts (4 victories).
Dahlqvist finished on the podium in 10 individual World Cup sprint events
(including second places in the two most recent freestyle sprints), since her
last individual sprint victory in Dresden on 18 December 2021.
 Jessica Diggins can become the first woman representing United States
to claim a podium finish in an individual World Cup event in United States.
The country’s best result on home snow was a ninth place by Judy
Rabinowitz in Anchorage on 20 March 1983 (10km classic).

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