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Jessie Diggins (yellow bib) during the sprint race at the Minneapolis World Cup

Minneapolis World Cup: Exclusive report from the sprint race

MINNEAPOLIS, MN: Theodore Wirth Park, in the grip of a serpent. Black, blue, and red, this Ouroboros coils around the course from start to finish; packed shoulder to shoulder, it threatens to suffocate the snow; here and there, it bulges violently where it has devoured a particularly rambunctious clutch of spectators. As each race starts, it flicks itself like a whip – swelling, lashing, cracking! The sound is overwhelming. Exhilarating. It tracks the skiers’ progress better than a transponder.

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Minneapolis World Cup: Historical win and exclusive race report

MINNEAPOLIS, MN: Surging along Sunday’s 10km Freestyle course, American cross-country skiing roared in anticipation and witnessed the unbelievable: A Win at Wirth. As Amundsen, then Klæbo, then Krüger finished off-pace, Gus Schumacher remained improbably, elatedly fixed to the Hot Seat. The thunder of the grandstands rose in frantic intensity, the...

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Win for Gus Schumacher (USA)

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