Friday, Feb 23, 2024 Today's Paper
SC Ranking
1 Emil Persson 26,192,911
2 Astrid Øyre Sli... 25,577,121
3 Andreas Nygaard 25,506,972
4 Emilie Fleten 25,469,885
5 Kasper Stadaas 25,463,330
6 Ida Dahl 25,349,402
7 Johan Hoel 24,512,479
8 Max Novak 24,172,925
9 Thomas Ødegaard... 23,852,025
10 Axel Jutterströ... 23,729,274
11 Oskar Kardin 23,652,156
12 Runar Skaug Mat... 23,643,066
13 Herman Paus 23,615,220
14 Amund Riege 23,591,393
15 Tord Asle Gjerd... 23,381,925
16 Karstein Johaug 23,355,336
17 Morten Eide Ped... 23,346,171
18 Torleif Syrstad 23,300,415
19 Johannes Eklöf 23,196,747
20 Magnus Vesterhe... 23,104,879
21 Stian Hoelgaard 23,035,068
22 Alvar Myhlback 23,024,761
23 Magni Smedås 22,934,217
24 Petter Stakston 22,821,210
25 Thomas Bing 22,745,859
26 Eirik Sverdrup ... 22,666,755
27 Torgeir Sulen H... 21,565,266
28 Thomas Joly 21,532,107
29 Jeremy Royer 21,459,378
30 Klas Nilsson 21,444,095
31 Anikken Gjerde ... 21,371,471
32 Einar Kalland-O... 21,356,595
33 Eddie Edström 21,244,371
34 Alfred Buskqvis... 21,119,267
35 Nils Dahlsten 21,036,730
36 Kati Roivas 21,035,874
37 Silje Øyre Slin... 21,008,445
38 Joar Thele 20,800,835
39 Jenny Larsson 20,746,503
40 Marcus Johansso... 20,552,417
41 Karolina Hedens... 20,551,427
42 Patrick Fossum ... 20,428,261
43 Fabián Štoček... 20,317,298
44 Chris Andre Jes... 19,966,935
45 Juuso Mäkelä 19,956,551
46 Jan Šrail 19,747,076
47 Petter Northug 19,668,773
48 Sofie Elebro 19,615,781
49 Anders Aukland 19,160,694
50 Stian Berg 18,929,650
 
Events & Results
CHECK COMPETITIONS
Event Country Date
Mobile icon Mobile icon

Gällivare World Cup: Start lists and start times for the relay races

Everything is ready for the relay races at the World Cup in Gällivare, Sweden. Here, you can find the start lists and start times for Sunday’s 4×7.5km relay races.

Photo: Modica/NordicFocus

The second stage of the World Cup 2023/2024 is taking place this weekend in Gällivare, Sweden. Here, you can find the start lists and start times for Sunday’s 4×7.5km relay race for women and men. 

Gällivare, Sweden, is the place for the second stage of this year’s cross-country skiing World Cup. The event starts on Saturday, December 2, with a 10km interval start race in freestyle technique, followed by a 4×7.5km relay race in classic/freestyle techniques on Sunday, December 3.

See the complete program for the World Cup in Gällivare, Sweden, at the end of the article.

Sunday, December 3: 4×7.5km Relay Classic/Freestyle

  • 9:50 CET: 4×7.5km Relay C/F, Women
  • 12:00 CET: 4×7.5km Relay C/F, Men

Start Lists can be found HERE for women and HERE for men

More information can be found HERE

FACTS Gällivare World Cup Season 2023/2024

  • When: Saturday, December 2 to Sunday, December 3 
  • Who: Elite national skiers – women and men
  • Where: Gällivare, Sweden
  • What: FIS Cross-Country World Cup in Ruka, Finland

PROGRAM

Saturday, December 2: 10km Interval Start Freestyle (More details can be found here)

  • 9:45 CET: 10km Interval Start F, Women
  • 12:00 CET: 10km Interval Start F, Men

Sunday, December 3: 4×7.5km Relay Classic/Freestyle (More details can be found here)

  • 9:50 CET: 4×7.5km Relay C/F, Women
  • 12:00 CET: 4×7.5km Relay C/F, Men

After Gällivare, the World Cup continues to Sweden (Östersund) and Norway (Trondheim and Lillehammer). Then, the Tour de Ski starts in Italy (Toblach) a day before New Year’s Eve and finishes in Italy (Val Di Fiemme) after seven stages. 

This period is followed by competitions in January in Germany (Oberhof) and Switzerland (Goms). Then, the World Cup heads to North America in February, first in Canada (Canmore) and then in the USA (Minneapolis). 

After North America, the World Cup returns to Scandinavia to end the season with weekends in Finland (Lahti), Norway (Oslo and Drammen), and Sweden (Falun).

2023/2024 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup Calendar

Period I – Before Christmas

  • November 24-26: Ruka, Finland
    • November 24 – Sprint C
    • November 25 – 10km C
    • November 26 – 20km Mass Start F
  • December 2-3: Gällivare, Sweden
    • December 2 – 10km F
    • December 3 – Relay 4×7.5km C/F
  • December 9-10: Östersund, Sweden
    • December 9 – Sprint C
    • December 10 – 10km F
  • December 15-17: Trondheim, Norway
    • December 15 – Sprint F
    • December 16 – 20km Skiathlon C/F
    • December 17 – 10km C

Period II – Tour de Ski

  • December 30: Toblach, Italy – Sprint F
  • December 31: Toblach, Italy – 10km C
  • January 1: Toblach, Italy – 25km Pursuit F
  • January 3: Davos, Switzerland – Sprint F
  • January 4: Davos, Switzerland – 20km Pursuit C
  • January 6: Val di Fiemme, Italy – 15km Mass Start C
  • January 7: Val di Fiemme, Italy – 10km Final Climb F

Period III – Two New Organizers

  • January 19-21: Oberhof, Germany
    • January 19 – Sprint C
    • January 20 – 20km Mass Start C
    • January 21 – Relay 4×7.5km C/F
  • January 26-28: Goms, Switzerland
    • January 26 – Mixed Relay 4×7.5km C/F
    • January 27 Sprint F
    • January 28 – 20km Mass Start F

Period IV – North America

  • February 9-13: Canmore, Canada
    • February 9 – 10km F
    • February 10 – Sprint F
    • February 11 – 20km Mass Start C
    • February 13 – Sprint C
  • February 17-18: Minneapolis, USA
    • February 17 – Sprint F
    • February 18 – 10km F

Period V – Scandinavia

  • March 1-3: Lahti, Finland
    • March 1 – Team Sprint C
    • March 2 – 20km C
    • March 3 – Sprint F
  • March 9-10: Oslo, Norway
    • March 9 – 50km Mass Start C Women
    • March 10 – 50km Mass Start C Men
  • March 12: Drammen, Norway
    • March 12 – Sprint C
  • March 15-17: Falun, Sweden
    • March 15 – Sprint C
    • March 16 – 10km C
    • March 17 – 20km Mass Start F

Read More: World Cup calendar for the 2023/2024 Winter Season 

banner

BECOME A MEMBER HERE

Most read
Become a member now