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Downhill Zauchensee: Surprise!!!

It was a long week in Zauchensee waiting for the correct weather conditions.

At least winter has arrived, but sometimes there can be too much of a good thing! Two training runs were cancelled due to very bad weather conditions with snow and fog, and then the decision was made to have both the training run and race on the same day on Sunday.


Sprint weekend in Toblach

One week after the Tour de Ski competitions finished, the world’s Nordic elite met for the second time this year in Toblach.

More power and speed were needed this time for the Sprint and Team Sprint competitions. As many athletes who completed the Tour did not compete, many young athletes had the opportunity to demonstrate their skill.

Natalia Matveeva and Sindre Bjoernestad Skar were the winners on Saturday.

Russia and Canada were victorious in the team competition on Sunday.


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Final stage of the Tour de Ski

After the final stage, the climb up Alpe Cermis, the overall winners of the 11th Tour de Ski were finally revealed. The final tough challenge was covering a total of 9km including the final climb of 3.6km, conquering an altitude of 420 metres overall.
Heidi Weng, who started the race 20 seconds behind Stina Nilsson, already overtook the Swede at the beginning of the climb and was the first to cross the finishing line to win a well-deserved victory. Krista Parmakoski also succeeded in passing the tired-looking Stina Nilsson, securing second place.


Maribor SL: Shiffrin back to the top

After the false step of Zagreb, slalom queen Mikaela Shiffrin back in her place, the victory.

Second Suisse Wendy Holdener and third last season Cup winner, Sweden Frida Hansdotter.


Maribor: French Tessa Worley keeps the red bib and increased her advantage

After finishing the first run in third place, preceded by Italian Sofia Goggia and Mikaela Shiffrin from the US, the French Tessa Worley with a superlative second round won the race.

The race also lived on the return to competition of the Slovenian Tina Maze after two years from the withdrawal. Expectations of home public and of the experts were high but Tina has decided otherwise, and after the first intermediate time has stopped to hug his staff and then continue down waving to the audience at home and ending definitely his splendid career.


6th stage of the Tour de Ski in Val di Fiemme

The competition is still open in the Ladies’ and Men’s competitions after the 6th race. With the stage victory of Stina Nilsson, the leader of the overall standings changed once more. She won a very exciting and equal race ahead of Anne Kylloenen and her team mate Charlotte Kalla. As her greatest rivals Heidi Weng, Krista Parmakoski and Ingvlid Flugstad Oestberg lost valuable time today, tomorrow will see the big showdown on the legendary uphill stage to Alpe Cermis.


5thstage of the Tour de Ski in Toblach

Sergey Ustiugov still unbeaten! Ustiugov maintained top form on the 5thday of the Tour de Ski competition over 10km in the free technique stage. Maurice Manificat was only 0.4 seconds behind in second position, with Simen Hegstad Krueger in third place. As a result Ustiugov increased his lead in the overall standings.


4th Tour de Ski stage in Oberstdorf

The newly fallen snow made life difficult in the morning for the athletes in the 10/15km Pursuit competitions. Conditions were considerably slower than the day before on the very demanding course.
In the Ladies’ competition, Heidi Weng and Ingvlid Flugstad Östberg were able to quickly close the gap to join Stina Nilsson who had started first. After a tactical race, Stina Nilsson won on the home stretch.


3.Oberstdorf Tour de Ski stage

Today was the third day of the Tour de Ski competition and was devoted to the Skiathalon. The Ladies’ and Men’s winners were only decided just shortly before the finishing line. With her second victory, Stina Nilsson once more took back the overall lead and is currently four seconds ahead of Heidi Wenig and 12 seconds in front of Ingvild Flugstad Östberg.