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1 Emil Persson 25,562,006
2 Ida Dahl 24,839,273
3 Andreas Nygaard 24,633,945
4 Tord Asle Gjerd... 24,584,380
5 Lina Korsgren 24,484,047
6 Oskar Kardin 24,312,698
7 Britta Johansso... 24,058,203
8 Johannes Eklöf 24,013,294
9 Max Novak 23,921,189
10 Astrid Øyre Sli... 23,754,472
11 Emilie Fleten 23,416,363
12 Morten Eide Ped... 23,402,906
13 Kasper Stadaas 23,372,337
14 Ermil Vokuev 23,155,152
15 Stian Hoelgaard 23,119,309
16 Johan Hoel 23,094,196
17 Runar Skaug Mat... 22,726,499
18 Maxim Vylegzhan... 22,671,721
19 Vetle Thyli 22,530,051
20 Herman Paus 22,492,362
21 Magnus Vesterhe... 22,299,171
22 Marcus Johansso... 21,942,740
23 Anders Aukland 21,690,765
24 Torleif Syrstad 21,609,107
25 Joar Thele 21,527,809
26 Karstein Johaug 21,461,033
27 Jiří Pliska 21,021,748
28 Torgeir Sulen H... 20,862,822
29 Eddie Edström 20,738,799
30 Gabriel Höjlind... 20,657,291
31 Stanislav Řezáč... 20,425,274
32 Axel Jutterströ... 20,170,582
33 Klas Nilsson 19,965,758
34 Nils Persson 19,937,621
35 Thomas Ødegaard... 19,696,746
36 Jan Šrail 19,570,618
37 Simen Engebrets... 19,178,110
38 Bastien Poirrie... 19,138,063
39 Sofie Elebro 19,117,183
40 Mauro Brigadoi 18,992,619
41 Alexey Shemiaki... 18,653,161
42 Stian Berg 18,652,088
43 Viktor Mäenpää... 18,487,671
44 Arnaud Du Pasqu... 18,285,573
45 Aleksandr Grebe... 18,267,363
46 Dmitriy Bagrash... 18,225,082
47 Anikken Gjerde ... 18,209,193
48 Petter Soleng S... 18,089,523
49 Fabián Štoček... 17,925,232
50 Olga Tsareva 17,877,070
 
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Pro Tour Athletes With Solid Results In Italy

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. 

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Team Ragde Charge with a strong performance in Italy. Oskar Kardin (2nd), Anikken Gjerde Alnæs (3rd), and Johan Hoel (3rd).

Lillehammer World Cup: Men’s Sprint Freestyle Qualifier

Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) posted the fastest time in the sprint qualifier at the Lillehammer World Cup in Norway. Full results from the Lillehammer World Cup freestyle technique sprint qualifier.

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Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) posted the fastest time in the sprint qualifier at the Lillehammer World Cup in Norway.

Friday’s Start Lists And Start Times For The World Cup In Lillehammer

Everything is ready for the second round of the cross-country skiing World Cup in Lillehammer, Norway. Here you can find start lists and start times for Friday’s races.

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Johannes Høsflot Klæbo and Hans Christer Holund from Norway during the men's 20 km pursuit last week in Ruka. Now the World Cup moves to Lillehammer, Norway.

Aukland’s Arena: “It’s A Mockery”

“Actually, what the (Norwegian) Ski Association is doing with the selection for the World Cup in Lillehammer is a mockery of all the ‘new, young skiers who are on their way and are determined to be the best.” That’s what long-distance skiing legend Anders Aukland writes in his latest column. 

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Anders Aukland wrote a column about the Norwegian selection ahead of the weekend's World Cup in Lillehammer.

Performance Of Pro Tour Athletes At The Beitostølen And Bruksvallarna Premiers 

More Pro Tour athletes could conquer top places in Bruksvallarna than in Beitostølen at the 10km classic race, but why? ProXCskiing.com talked to a top long-distance skier to understand the reason.

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Max Novak, Team Aker Dæhlie/Offerdals SK, during the 10km classic race at the Bruksvallarna premier.

Moonlight Classic Seiser Alm: Big Comeback on February 3rd, 2023

After a forced two-year break, the renowned South Tyrolean cross-country classic will celebrate its return to the big stage in about two months. On Friday evening, February 3rd, hundreds of athletes from all parts of Europe will once again set out on the cross-country skiing course lit by 1000 torches...

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