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Finland’s Cross-Country Skiing Team For The 2022/2023 Season

The Finnish Ski Association has named the cross-country skiers for the 2022/2023 season. In total, 20 cross-country skiers selected will be part of the National A Team. 

Photo: Johanna Lundberg/Bildbyrån

Iivo Niskanen, Kerttu Niskanen, Krista Pärmäkoski and Perttu Hyvärinen are some of the athletes nominated to the 2022/2023 Finnish Cross-Country Ski Team.

According to Finland’s Ski Association press release, the National A Team will be formed of 20 athletes, 7 women, and 13 men. The big goal for the season is the World Championships in Planica, Slovenia. 

“On the men’s side, new young athletes rose to the World Cup points several times last winter, which is why the group of men is now a bit bigger than before. Last season was a success as a whole, and we will continue to camp in the A-national team very much in the same direction as the previous season. In addition, it is planned to differentiate the activities in the camps even more clearly, ie, sprinters and regular cross-country skiers will train more than before according to their program, says head coach Teemu Pasanen. 

National A Team 

Women

  • Jasmi Joensuu
  • Anne Kyllönen
  • Jasmin Kähärä
  • Katri Lylynperä
  • Johanna Matintalo
  • Kerttu Niskanen
  • Krista Pärmäkoski

Men

  • Ville Ahonen
  • Juuso Haarala
  • Ristomatti Hakola
  • Perttu Hyvärinen
  • Remi Lindholm
  • Lauri Mannila
  • Niilo Moilanen
  • Joni Mäki
  • Iivo Niskanen
  • Arsi Ruuskanen
  • Verneri Suhonen
  • Markus Vuorela
  • Lauri Vuorinen

Coaches

  • Head coach and men’s head coach: Teemu Pasanen
  • Men’s head coach: Ville Oksanen
  • Women’s head coach: Jussi Piirainen
  • Women’s coach: Juho Halonen
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