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Only 3 Norwegians to the Women’s Skiathlon

Norway fills only three of their four spots to the skiathlon event at the Beijing Olympics. This is Norway’s team to the skiathlon on Saturday.

Photo: Maxim Thore/Bildbyrån

Helene Marie Fossesholm is one of three Norwegian skiers entered for the skiathlon at the Beijing Olympics on Saturday.

Norway can field up to four cross-country skiers in the 15-kilometer skiathlon at the Beijing Olympics on Saturday. However, only three Norwegian skiers are registered for the skiathlon on Saturday, February 5. 

The women’s skiathlon is the first of the cross-country skiing events at the Beijing Olympics. The mass start event opens with a 7.5- kilometer classic leg, followed by 7.5-kilometer skate leg.

This is Norway’s Team to the 15km skiathlon
Therese Johaug
Helene Marie Fossesholm
Ragnhild Haga

Tiril Udnes Weng could potentially be a candidate for the skiathlon team, but has opted to sit out the event. 

Originally, two spots on the Norwegian skiathlon team were reserved for Heidi Weng or Anne Kjersti Kalvå. However, they both tested positive for Covid-19 at the pre-Olympics training camp in Italy last week. Kalvå was replaced by Haga. 

Weng is still in Italy, but could potentially make it to China for the last half of the Olympics. 

Defending champion from the 15-kilometer skiathlon is Charlotte Kalla of Sweden. She is back to defend her title this year. This is Sweden’s team to the skiathlon events, both men and women. 

The women’s 15-kilometer skiathlon takes place at 8:45 am (CET) on Saturday, February 5. 
Start lists and results will appear here

FACTS: 2022 OLYMPICS 

What: XXIV Olympic Winter Games (24th edition)
Beijing 2022 – All you need to know 
Where: Beijing, China
Biathlon, cross-country skiing and Nordic events will take place at the Zhangjiakou arena, situated at and above 1650 meters above sea level. 
When: February 4 to 20, 2022
What happens when: 
Complete schedule for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, all sports
Who: 53 cross-country teams compete at the 2022 Olympics, each fielding from 1 to 16 athletes. 
All the cross-country ski teams to the Beijing Winter Olympics 
How: Where to watch the Olympics – World Wide

Results, start lists and competition details for all events at the 2022 Beijing Olympics will be posted here

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