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SC Ranking
1 Emil Persson 25,914,004
2 Emilie Fleten 25,906,053
3 Ida Dahl 25,349,402
4 Kasper Stadaas 25,223,899
5 Andreas Nygaard 24,934,569
6 Johan Hoel 24,707,367
7 Max Novak 24,166,685
8 Magni Smedås 24,096,434
9 Thomas Ødegaard... 23,852,025
10 Torleif Syrstad 23,844,654
11 Amund Riege 23,583,626
12 Axel Jutterströ... 23,542,041
13 Eirik Sverdrup ... 23,451,378
14 Runar Skaug Mat... 23,406,779
15 Herman Paus 23,398,617
16 Oskar Kardin 23,295,927
17 Morten Eide Ped... 23,285,882
18 Stian Hoelgaard 23,173,466
19 Alvar Myhlback 23,165,443
20 Petter Stakston 23,082,621
21 Magnus Vesterhe... 22,979,229
22 Karstein Johaug 22,772,809
23 Tord Asle Gjerd... 22,630,484
24 Johannes Eklöf 22,542,970
25 Thomas Bing 22,374,724
26 Astrid Øyre Sli... 22,119,196
27 Kati Roivas 21,625,092
28 Jeremy Royer 21,459,378
29 Einar Kalland-O... 21,381,668
30 Anikken Gjerde ... 21,371,471
31 Silje Øyre Slin... 21,131,436
32 Nils Dahlsten 21,036,730
33 Klas Nilsson 20,963,902
34 Alfred Buskqvis... 20,959,327
35 Eddie Edström 20,918,257
36 Thomas Joly 20,769,655
37 Torgeir Sulen H... 20,750,282
38 Karolina Hedens... 20,747,023
39 Jenny Larsson 20,746,503
40 Marcus Johansso... 20,519,477
41 Johan Tjelle 20,321,169
42 Patrick Fossum ... 20,194,014
43 Petter Northug 20,160,567
44 Fabián Štoček... 20,118,753
45 Ole Jørgen Bruv... 20,102,163
46 Joar Thele 20,023,863
47 Juuso Mäkelä 19,956,551
48 Sofie Elebro 19,681,634
49 Jan Šrail 19,577,269
50 Fredrik Helgest... 19,176,422
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SC Ranking after Engadin La Diagonela

Emil Persson, Lager 157 Ski Team, leads the SC Ranking, the global ranking system for long-distance skiers, after Engadin La Diagonela last weekend.

Photo: Barbieri/NordicFocus

Emil Persson, Lager 157 Ski Team, during Engadin La Diagonela Season XV.

Emil Persson started Season XV on top of the SC Ranking with 26.400.00 points. After the Ski Classics Pro Tour event in Switzerland – Engadin La Diagonela, the Swedish Pro Team athlete, keeps the lead, now with 26.299.058 points. Inside the top 10 at the SC Ranking, two Pro Team athletes stepped up.

In the SC Ranking, the global ranking system for long-distance cross-country skiers, Emil Persson is followed by Ida Dahl, Team Engcon, in second place, with 25.956.468 points. Astrid Øyre Slind, Team Aker Dæhlie, is in third place with 25.876.544 points.

Inside the top 10, Herman Paus, Team Ramudden, is the new top 9, with 23.651.574 points, and Amund Riege, Team Ramudden, is stepping up to 10th position with 23.519.248 points.

Among the Top 10, three Pro Team athletes are from Sweden, and seven are from Norway.

SC Ranking – Top 10

AthleteNationalityPro TeamSC RankingPoints
Emil PerssonSwedenLager 157 Ski Team#126.299.058
Ida DahlSwedenTeam Engcon#225.956.468
Astrid Øyre SlindNorwayTeam Aker Dæhlie#325.876.544
Andreas NygaardNorwayTeam Ragde Charge#425.610.248
Kasper StadaasNorwayTeam Ragde Charge#524.887.054
Emilie FletenNorwayTeam Ramudden#624.425.133
Johan HoelNorwayTeam Ragde Charge#724.266.111
Max NovakSwedenTeam Aker Dæhlie#824.120.168
Herman PausNorwayTeam Ramudden#923.651.574
Amund RiegeNorwayTeam Ramudden#1023.519.248

Top 20
Notable in the top 20 is that Thomas Ødegaarden, Team Eksjöhus, is moving up to 13th place. Also, Axel Jutterström, Team Eksjöhus, is moving up to 14th place; Karstein Johaug, Team Ragde Charge, to 15th place; and Runar Skaug Mathisen, Lager 157 Ski Team, to 17th place.

Top 50

Athletes stepping up inside the top 50: Chris Andre Jespersen, Team Aker Dæhlie (to 24th); Torgeir Sulen Hovland, Team Ragde Charge (to 25th place); Klas Nilsson, Exsitec Ski Team (to 26th); Alvar Myhlback, Lager 157 Ski Team (to 27th); Joar Thele, Team Ragde Charge (to 30th); and Thomas Bing, eD system Silvini Team (to 34th).

Moving up also Patrick Fossum Kristoffersen, Team Robinson Trentino (to 36th); Silje Øyre Slind, Team Aker Dæhlie (to 37th); Eirik Sverdrup Augdal, Team Eksjöhus (to 38th); Kati Roivas, Team Eksjöhus (to 44th); Stian Berg (to 45th); Juuso Mäkelä, Team Kaski-Ekovilla (to 47th); and Viktor Mäenpää, Team Mäenpää (to 50th).

Get to know how the SC Ranking system works!

The SC Ranking points are calculated on the percentual time as the skier is behind the winning time in their gender with an exponential drop of points. This makes it possible to create one single ranking for both women and men, professional and recreational skiers. 

Each skier can include results from their best 12 races within 24 months. The woman or man with the most points will have the #1 rank. In a Ski Classics Pro Tour event, the winning woman and man receive 2.000.000 points; in a Challengers event, the winners collect 500.000 points.

For the Pro Team athletes, Podium Bonus Points are also awarded to the top three skiers in each gender. A Pro Tour event winner gets 200.000 points, 2nd place brings 100.000 points, and 3rd place awards 40.000 points.

As a registered user, you can filter places based on nationality, age group, and gender by using the Filter Tab on the view set on your page.

Read More – SC MyPages and SC Ranking: How does it work?

Everyone participating in Ski Classics, Pro Tour or Challengers events, recreational and professional skiers can connect their profile to the Ski Classics results database, called MyPages.

MyPages can be connected when registering as a member of the Ski Classics online community In the profile, you can view your Ski Classics event results, collect pins, print diplomas, and analyze your results with friends in the SC Ranking system. You collect points according to your performances and are rewarded with pins and diplomas in your profile.


One of the central features of MyPages is that you get your global SC Ranking. The SC Ranking is a live updated international ranking, unique in combining women and men, professional and recreational skiers in one single list!

Ski Classics Pro Tour Season XV

The Season XV of Ski Classics Pro Tour consists of 15 events on 11 event weekends in 6 different countries. The season started in Bad Gastein, Austria, on December 9, 2023, and will end in Norway with the 100km Ski Classics Grand Finale Janteloppet on April 13, 2024.

Next up is Marcialonga in Italy on January 28, 2024. The event marks the seventh Ski Classics Pro Tour stage of Season XV.

Ski Classics Pro Tour Season XV (2023/2024)

  • Event 1: December 9, 2023 – Bad Gastein PTT, Austria, 13km
  • Event 2: December 10, 2023 – Bad Gastein Criterium, Austria, 36km
  • Event 3: December 16, 2023 – La Venosta Criterium, Italy, 37km 
  • 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, 60km
  • Event 10: February 18, 2024 – Grönklitt ITT, Sweden, 13km
  • 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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