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Manificat About To Miss The World Cup In Davos

Despite promising results in the past and a 20km freestyle race on Sunday, the French cross-country skier Maurice Manificat is about to miss the World Cup stage in Davos. 

Photo: Johanna Wallen/Bildbyrån

Maurice Manificat (FRA) will not start at the World Cup in Davos. Here is a photo from Manificat during the World Cup in Ruka.

According to Nordic Magazine, Manificat fell ill a few days ago: bronchitis and fever obliged him to take a forced break. 

Manificat won the individual race in Davos twice: the first time in 2013 and the second time in 2017. Now, the French skier will definitely be missed at the start on Sunday. 

But “Momo” stays focused on the next step, as he told Nordic Magazine on Wednesday: 

“I will take the opportunity to prepare myself 100% for the Tour de Ski.” 

Another big goal this season for the French Team will be the World Cup stage in France from January 27 to 29.

The remaining French Team for Davos is composed of: 

Men’s Team

  • Lucas Chanavat – ARMÉE Le Grand Bornand (Mont Blanc) 
  • Jules Chappaz – ARMÉE La Clusaz (Mont Blanc) 
  • Renaud Jay – DOUANE Les Ménuires (Savoie) 
  • Richard Jouve – ARMÉE Méribel (Savoie) 
  • Hugo Lapalus – ARMÉE La Clusaz (Mont Blanc) 
  • Clément Parisse – DOUANE Megève (Mont Blanc) 
  • Arnaud Chautemps – ARMÉE CS La Féclaz (Savoie) 
  • Jules Lapierre – ARMÉE SN Chartreuse (Dauphiné) 

Women’s Team

  • Delphine Claudel – ARMÉE La Bressaude (Massif des Vosges) 
  • Léna Quintin – ARMÉE Le Grand Bornand (Mont Blanc) 
  • Flora Dolci – ARMÉE AS Edelweiss (Alpes Provence) 
  • Juliette Ducordeau – Villard de Lans (Dauphiné) 

See below the complete program with facts, start lists, and results for the World Cup in Davos.

FACTS Davos World Cup Season 2022/2023

  • When: Saturday, December 17 to Sunday, December 18 
  • Who: Elite national skiers
  • Where: Davos, Switzerland
  • What: FIS Cross-Country World Cup in Davos, Switzerland

PROGRAM

Saturday, December 17: Sprint F (Find more details here)

  • 10:45 CET: Sprint Qualification F, men 
  • 10:45 CET: Sprint Qualification F, women
  • 13:15 CET: Sprint Final F, men
  • 13:15 CET: Sprint Final F, women 

Sunday, December 18: 20km Individual Start F (Find more details here)

  • 10:45 CET: 20km Individual Start F, women
  • 13:15 CET: 20km Individual Start F, men

New this season is the exact race distances for women and men in all World Cup events, as the International Ski & Snowboard Federation (FIS) decided in May. Several other changes have also been introduced to the World Cup.

The World Cup continues next weekend in Davos, Switzerland. On the program, there is a sprint in freestyle technique on Saturday and a 20km individual race in freestyle technique on Sunday. 

Read More: Cross-Country Skiing Changes And World Cup Calendar For The 2022/2023 Season

Also Read: New Distances At The Cross-Country Skiing World Cup

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