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Natalia Nepryaeva Wins Tour de Ski Sprint

Natalia Nepryaeva of Russia wins classic sprint in Oberstdorf, Germany, the fourth stage of Tour de Ski.

Photo: Maxim Thore / BILDBYRÅN

Natalia Nepryaeva of Russia beats Johanna Hagström of Sweden and crosses the finish line first in the women's sprint final in Oberstdorf, Germany, the 4th stage of Tour de Ski.

Natalia Nepryaeva of Russia beats Sweden’s Johanna Hägström for the victory in the classic sprint final in Oberstdorf, Germany. 

Johanna Matintalo of Finland secured the last spot on the podium, her first ever World Cup podium. The 25-year-old posted the fastest time in the qualifier this morning.

After winning the sprint today, Nepryaeva takes the overall lead in Tour de Ski from Kerttu Niskanen of Finland. Niskanen was eliminated in the quarterfinal. 

More surprisingly, also defending Tour de Ski champion Jessie Diggins was eliminated in the quarterfinal. The American was involved in a crash in the quarterfinal, where also Frida Karlsson of Sweden went down. Diggins received a 3-minute penalty.  

Sprint F final, women
1. Natalia Nepryaeva, Russia, 2:36.41
2. Johanna Hagström, Sweden, 2:36.73
3. Johanna Matintalo, Finland, 2:37.27
4. Anamarija Lampic, Slovenia, 2:37.70
5. Mathilde Myhrvold, Norway, 2:40.63
6. Tatiana Sorina, Russia, 2:43.94

Complete results 

Tour de Ski now moves on to Italy for the last two stages of the 2022 Tour de Ski. Stage 5 features a 10km mass start classic race for women and 15km mass start classic race for men. 

Check out the Tour de Ski 2021/22 day-by-day schedule and ProXCskiing.com’s predictions for the overall stage race: Who Will Win Tour de Ski

Curious about where to watch Tour de Ski in your area? We got you covered! 

FACTS: Tour de Ski 2021/22 

  • Tour de Ski 2021/22 starts in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, on December 28 and concludes in Val di Fiemme, Italy, on January 4. 
  • The race consists of six stages in eight days. Here are all the Tour de Ski details and the day-by-day schedule
  • Tour de Ski 2021/22 is the 16th edition of the brutal stage race. These are the winners from the previous 15 Tour de Ski events
  • The overall winners get 400 World Cup points for the Tour de Ski, which consists of six stages in eight days. Stage winners get 50 World Cup points. Accordingly, there are potentially 700 World Cup points for winning every stage of the Tour de Ski, which would determine the overall World Cup for the season.
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