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FIS inspection gives thumbs up for the Trondheim World Championships

The International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) recently concluded its penultimate inspection, and the ski organization praised and gave improvement points to the organizing committee at the World Championships in Trondheim. See the traditional cross-country skiing program.

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The Nordic World Ski Championships will take place in Trondheim, Norway, from February 26 to March 9, 2025. It promises to be the largest sporting event in Norway in 15 years, with more than 300.000 spectators expected to attend. 

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According to a press release from the Norwegian Ski Association, the penultimate FIS inspection has been completed, and the FIS Head of Event, Sandra Spitz, praised the World Championships organization and gave clear points for improvement.

“The preparations have gone well. There is always something that can be improved, and I expect that the entire population of Trondheim will want a perfect World Championships. I think the WC will succeed, but there is still much work left to achieve this level,” says Spitz.

The press release also mentioned that: “The entire World Championships organization, several representatives from FIS, NRK, (Norwegian) Ski Association and Trondheim municipality participated this week (last week) in FIS coordination meeting number six for the World Championships organization. The purpose of the meeting was for all disciplines in the World Cup work to present their status. In addition, several inspections were carried out. The project is now in a phase where the experiences from the trial World Championships are being reviewed, and the final touches and details of the championships in 2025 are being carried out.” 

FACTS 2025 Nordic World Ski Championships

  • When: Wednesday, February 26, to Sunday, March 9, 2025 
  • Who: Elite national skiers – women and men
  • Where: Trondheim, Norway
  • What: FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2025

PROGRAM (traditional cross-country skiing program

Wednesday, February 26

  • Cross-country: Qualification, Classic – Women 10km
  • Cross-country: Qualification, Classic – Men 10km

Thursday, February 27

  • Cross-country: Sprint Qualification and Finals, Free – Women/Men

Saturday, March 1

  • Cross-country: Skiathlon – Men 10km/10km

Sunday, March 2

  • Cross-country: Skiathlon – Women 10km/10km

Tuesday, March 4

  • Cross-country: Classic – Men 10km
  • Cross-country: Classic – Women 10km
  • Para: Sprint Qualification, Classic – Women/Men

Wednesday, March 5

  • Cross-country: Team Sprint, Classic – Women/Men
  • Para: Sprint Finals, Classic – Women/Men

Thursday, March 6

  • Cross-country: Relay Men 4×7.5km

Friday, March 7

  • Cross-country: Relay Women 4×7.5km

Saturday, March 8

  • Cross-country: Mass Start, Free – Men 50km

Sunday, March 9

  • Cross-country: Mass Start, Free – Women 50km
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