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One week left until the Pro Tour starts!

The Ski Classics Pro Tour Season XV starts in one week. The winter season kicks off in Bad Gastein, Austria, on December 9 and 10, 2023. The season opener features a weekend with two events: Bad Gastein PTT – Pro Team Tempo and Bad Gastein Criterium.

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On Saturday, December 9, Ski Classics Pro Tour Season XV will burst into action with the Bad Gastein PTT – Pro Team Tempo, covering 15km. The Pro Team Tempo is organized as an interval start competition with block starts. One Pro Team is starting at a time in reversed order according to the Pro Team ranking of the previous season, with the top 5 ranked teams spread out in the starting field.

A time gap of 4 minutes separates the blocks, and the female athletes begin their race 30 seconds after their male counterparts. The finishing time of the team’s second-ranked male and second-ranked female will be considered for classification purposes.

Continuing the action-packed premiere weekend, on Sunday, December 10, Season XV continues with the second event: the Bad Gastein Criterium. This long-distance race spans 35km and is characterized by a mass start event, comprising several laps on a challenging course, pushing skiers to their limits. 


Ski Classics Pro Tour Season XV

Following Bad Gastein, the season continues with the La Venosta Criterium on Saturday, December 16, and the La Venosta ITT – Individual Time Trial on Sunday, December 17, concluding the initial segment before the holidays. The ITT is a race against the clock, with skiers starting individually, and the fastest time determines the winner.

After a break, the Tour resumes with the 3 Zinnen Ski Marathon in Italy on Saturday, January 13. The race, known for its previous success, maintains its place in the Ski Classics Pro Tour.

Switzerland takes the spotlight with the Engadin La Diagonela on Saturday, January 20, followed by the return to Italy for the first Grand Classics event, Marcialonga, on Sunday, January 28, concluding the Alp segment.

The Pro Tour briefly pauses before the Central/Eastern European segment with Jizerská50 on Sunday, February 11, in the Czech Republic, leading to the Scandinavian leg.

Orsa Grönklitt in Sweden hosts back-to-back events, starting with the Grönklitt Classic on Saturday, February 17, followed by the Grönklitt ITT on Sunday, February 18.

As the season climaxes, the final Grand Classics events, Vasaloppet on Sunday, March 3 (marking its 100th edition), and Birkebeinerrennet on Saturday, March 16, precede Reistadløpet on Saturday, April 6, and the Summit 2 Senja on Sunday, April 7.

To conclude Season XV, Ski Classics introduces the Grand Finale concept, featuring the 100km Ski Classics Grand Finale – Janteloppet in Norway on Saturday, April 13, as the 15th and final event, celebrating all Pro Teams and their athletes. 


Ski Classics Pro Tour Season XV (2023/2024)

  • Event 1: December 9, 2023 – Bad Gastein PTT, Austria, 15km
  • Event 2: December 10, 2023 – Bad Gastein Criterium, Austria, 35km
  • Event 3: December 16, 2023 – La Venosta Criterium, Italy, 35km 
  • Event 4: December 17, 2023 – La Venosta ITT, Italy, 10km
  • Event 5: January 13, 2024 – 3 Zinnen Ski Marathon, Italy, 62km
  • Event 6: January 20, 2024 – Engadin La Diagonela, Switzerland, 55km
  • Event 7: January 28, 2024 – Marcialonga, Italy, 70km
  • Event 8: February 11, 2024 – Jizerská50, Czech Republic, 50km
  • Event 9: February 17, 2024 – Grönklitt Classic, Sweden, 50km
  • Event 10: February 18, 2024 – Grönklitt ITT, Sweden, 12km
  • Event 11: March 3, 2024 – Vasaloppet, Sweden, 90km
  • Event 12: March 16, 2024 – Birkebeinerrennet, Norway, 54km
  • Event 13: April 6, 2024 – Reistadløpet, Norway, 50km
  • Event 14: April 7, 2024 – Summit 2 Senja, Norway, 60km
  • Event 15: April 13, 2024 – Ski Classics Grand Finale – Janteloppet, Norway, 100km

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