Events & Results
This weekend, December 10 and 11, it’s time for the Ski Classics kick-off. The Bad Gastein Pro Team Tempo and Bad Gastein Criterium are Season XIV’s first and second events in Bad Gastein, Austria. Here are all facts you need to know in front of the weekend.
Tomorrow, Saturday, December 10, Ski Classics Season XIV kicks off with a Pro Team Tempo in Bad Gastein. On SC PLAY, you can watch all Ski Classics events live, with Anders Aukland being the expert commentator.
Ida Dahl was second overall in last season's Ski Classics and made a big impression in Bruksvallarna a couple of weeks ago. Now, Team Engcon's Ida Dahl steps into the Ski Classics Season XIV as one of the biggest favorites.
The Ski Classics Season XIV kicks off in Bad Gastein, Austria, on Saturday. During the day, several Pro Teams have been on site to test skis for the weekend's events. Langd.se joined Team Engcon's ski test.
Alvar Myhlback is about to start his first season competing against the best long-distance skiers in the World. Read about the young Swedish talent aiming for top results on the Pro Tour and traditional cross-country skiing circuit.
This Swedish Pro Team has been on the top for a couple of years now, but this season will be quite challenging for them. Three big stars are not part of the team anymore. Lina Korsgren decided to say goodbye to racing and retired after a long and successful career....
Ella Jackson, Danish Skimarathon Team, will be one of the new faces competing in the Ski Classics circuit. The athlete comes from an unconventional place – an Australian athlete competing for a Danish Pro Team – but aims to perform well and help her team succeed during their first season.
This Swedish group of skiers has been one of the top Pro Teams ever since they entered the arena. Their brightest star, Britta Johansson Norgren, retired with six Champion titles after last season, and no one can really replace her. But the team has always been more than just a...
The free of charge Fantasy League for Season XIV is now up and running. One piece of news for this season is that you can choose one Fantasy Team Captain for each event that will receive 50% more points! Read more below.
Ski Classics Season XIV kicks off this weekend in Bad Gastein, Austria, with a Pro Team Tempo on Saturday and a Criterium on Sunday. On Wednesday afternoon, December 7, the press conference in front of the Ski Classics prologue weekend in Bad Gastein will be broadcasted live on SC –...
This Norwegian Pro Team has been a pivotal part of Ski Classics ever since the tour's infancy. The team has changed its name many times and has always been the Aukland brothers' baby. Jørgen retired a while ago, but his older brother Anders shows no signs of quitting even if...
With less than a week to the start of the Ski Classics Season XIV, several Pro Tour athletes are already in central Europe for the final preparations before the season premiere next weekend in Bad Gastein, Austria, and showed strong racing performances.
This somewhat new Pro Team aims to be number one this winter. The core of the team comes from Team Koteng Eidissen. There are extremely strong podium skiers and future stars on this team, and they are going the whole nine yards and want to leave no stone unturned next...
The Yellow Champion bib is worn by the male and female athlete with the most current Champion points before each event. The overall winner is the athlete with the most Champion points after the season in each gender. Athletes' single best result from a Ski Classics Challengers event is included.
Frida Karlsson secured first place in the women’s mass start race for Sweden at the Lillehammer Cross-Country Skiing World Cup in Norway. Results from the women’s 20km mass start in classic technique.
The Pro Team competition is determined by the total amount of Pro Team points after the season. Pro Team points are distributed at each Pro Tour event based on the Pro Team's collected Champion points from the Pro Team's best two male athletes and best two female athletes, the total...
Oskar Svärd, a three-time Vasaloppet winner, runs this tight Swedish outfit with four Swedes and three Norwegians. There are some world-class athletes on this team, and they aim to score big next season.