Events & Results
In a country without mountains or snow, the Danish Skimarathon Team has defied the odds and etched their names in Danish sports history. Now, they are reaching out to the public, seeking support to continue their skiing fairytale with a crowdfunding campaign.
Swedish Moa Lundgren's last winter was challenging. She missed the beginning of the winter due to surgery but returned and won the Scandinavian Cup overall, giving her a free place in the World Cup until Christmas.
The Ski Classics Challengers event Klarälvsloppet in Sweden has confirmed the Lager 157 Ski Team at the start line for this year’s edition. The 90km roller ski event will take place on Sunday, October 1.
In a social media post for Energamo Lipnolopet, Andreas Nygaard, Team Ragde Charge, confirmed his name on the start list for this year’s roller ski race. The Ski Classics Challengers event takes place on Saturday, October 7, in the Czech Republic.
In the world of cross-country skiing, where endurance and resilience are paramount, athletes often find themselves grappling with a silent adversary that threatens their well-being and performance: eating disorders. As we explore this critical issue, we'll also shed light on the challenges faced by Olympic gold medalist Jessie Diggins, who...
Last winter, the Swedish cross-country skier Emil Danielsson won a medal in the sprint at the U23 World Championships. For the upcoming season, he is divided on whether to compete in the U23 World Championships in Planica.
While European cross-country skiers are still racing in some of the biggest roller ski competitions of the summer, their South American peers profit from the best snow conditions and racing of their winter season. Check the results from the first weekend of the South American Cup in Bariloche, Argentina.
SpareBank 1 SMN will be one of the leading partners for the World Ski Championships in Trondheim in 2025 and is also making a significant investment in launching its public health project. The bank has clear plans for the funds.
The Ski Classics Challengers event Klarälvsloppet, referred to by many as "Vasaloppet of the summer," is gearing up for its 2023 edition, boasting a formidable lineup of top Pro Team athletes and elite traditional cross-country skiers.
The Ski Classics Challengers event Båstad-Mölle, a 74km long-distance roller ski race in classic technique, took place today from Båstad to Mölle, Sweden. Johannes Eklöf, Team Ramudden, and Hedda Bångman, Vltava Fund Ski Team, showed their summer form and won the challenging race.
As the countdown to the 2025 World Ski Championships in Trondheim, Norway, reaches the 530-day mark, organizers celebrated the occasion with the grand reveal of their unique mascot. The vibrant and spirited character draws inspiration from the creative minds of 6,500 children's drawings and a profound commitment to sustainability.
Today, September 16, the Ski Classics Challengers calendar continues with Båstad-Mölle, a 74-kilometer roller ski race in classic technique in Sweden. On SC Play, you can watch the event live from 12:55 CET, with Anton Karlsson and Teemu Virtanen as commentators.
Last night, Rudi Kristiansen embarked on a unique project: He will climb 8849 meters on roller skis in a single session. If he succeeds, he will be the first person in the world to "Everest" on roller skis.
Tomorrow, Saturday, September 16, Båstad-Mölle takes place in Sweden. The 74km long-distance roller ski race in classic technique, starting at Båstad and finishing at Mölle, is part of the Ski Classics Challengers circuit and will be broadcast live exclusively on SC Play.
The 2023 Roller Ski World Cup had its final stage in Italy, and the Fiemme committee organized a Popular Race at Alpe Cermis to celebrate the weekend. Ski Classics Pro Team athletes dominated the event.
The Swedish national cross-country ski team has chosen Livigno, Italy, as the backdrop for an intensive two-week altitude training camp. This initiative brings together key members of the national team and Team BAUHAUS, including names such as Linn Svahn, Jonna Sundling, and William Poromaa, who are gearing up for the...
The beginning of last winter's season was ruined by illness. Now, the Swedish cross-country skier Marcus Grate is preparing for the upcoming winter, including racing the 90km roller ski race Klarälvsloppet.
The excitement is palpable in Canmore, Canada, as the Cross-Country World Cup Organizing Committee wraps up a successful site visit and course inspection, setting the stage for an event that promises to captivate both local fans and a global audience.
Five starts and five victories. That was Andreas Svensson's record in the Swedish national long-distance skiing cup. Despite the solid results, he has yet to receive an offer from Pro Teams for this winter's Ski Classics.
In a significant move aimed at enhancing safety and sportsmanship in the world of cross-country skiing, the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) has introduced a brand-new Code of Conduct tailored specifically for cross-country skiers and all individuals using cross-country ski trails.
Last season, the Swedish men's cross-country national team conducted a test with "split" training camps with the sprinters in one place and the distance skiers in another. It was so successful that the same model is being adopted this year.