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Standings after the Lahti World Cup

The cross-country skiing World Cup season 2023/2024 had its Lahti stage from March 1 to 3, 2024. Check the World Cup sprint, distance, overall, U23, nations, and prize money rankings after the Finnish event.

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Lahti, Finland, was the place for another stage of this year’s cross-country skiing World Cup. The Lahti World Cup started on Friday, March 1, with a team sprint in classic technique, followed by a 20km interval start race in classic technique on Saturday, March 2, and a sprint race in freestyle technique on Sunday, March 3.

Below, you can check the rankings for the sprint, distance, overall competitions, U23, Nations Cup, and prize money standings after the Lahti World Cup.

FIS WORLD CUP STANDINGS AFTER LAHTI

Sprint World Cup – Standings after Sprint F Final Lahti

Women – Top 5

  1. Linn Svahn (SWE), 1057 points
  2. Kristine Stavås Skistad (NOR), 879 points
  3. Jonna Sundling (SWE), 813 points
  4. Maja Dahlqvist (SWE), 736 points
  5. Jessie Diggins (USA), 724 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), 984 points
  2. Erik Valnes (NOR), 843 points
  3. Lucas Chanavat (FRA), 810 points
  4. Håvard Solås Taugbøl (NOR), 658 points
  5. Valerio Gron (SUI), 625 points

Distance World Cup – Standings after 20km C Lahti

Women – Top 5

  1. Jessie Diggins (USA), 1328 points
  2. Victoria Carl (GER), 1112 points
  3. Ebba Andersson (SWE), 1090 points
  4. Rosie Brennan (USA), 1044 points
  5. Frida Karlsson (SWE), 1035 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), 1279 points
  2. Pål Golberg (NOR), 1114 points
  3. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), 974 points
  4. Simen Hegstad Krüger (NOR), 862 points
  5. Andrew Musgrave (GBR), 859 points

Overall World Cup – Standings after Sprint F Lahti

Women – Top 5

  1. Jessie Diggins (USA), 2352 points
  2. Linn Svahn (SWE), 2190 points
  3. Frida Karlsson (SWE), 1906 points
  4. Victoria Carl (GER), 1769 points
  5. Rosie Brennan (USA), 1700 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), 2194 points
  2. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), 1958 points
  3. Erik Valnes (NOR), 1812 points
  4. Pål Golberg (NOR), 1649 points
  5. Friedrich Moch (GER), 1128 points

Overall World Cup U23 – Standings after Lahti

Women – Top 5

  1. Margrethe Bergane (NOR), 696 points
  2. Samantha Smith (USA), 264 points
  3. Nadja Kälin (SUI), 255 points
  4. Anja Weber (SUI), 228 points
  5. Novie McCabe (USA), 202 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Edvin Anger (SWE), 812 points
  2. Elia Barp (ITA), 637 points
  3. Matz William Jenssen (NOR), 374 points
  4. Zanden McMullen (USA), 331 points
  5. Niilo Moilanen (FIN), 309 points

World Cup Nations Cup – Standings after Lahti

Women – Top 5

  1. Sweden, 8043 points
  2. Norway, 5934 points
  3. United States of America, 5626 points
  4. Germany, 5102 points
  5. Finland, 4683 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Norway, 8531 points
  2. Sweden, 4907 points
  3. France, 4639 points
  4. Finland, 3918 points
  5. Italy, 3230 points

Overall – Top 5

  1. Norway, 14465 points
  2. Sweden, 12950 points
  3. United States of America, 8726 points
  4. Finland, 8601 points
  5. Germany, 7702 points

World Cup Prize Money – Standings after Lahti

Women – Top 5

  1. Jessie Diggins (USA), CHF 210.600
  2. Linn Svahn (SWE), CHF 154.100
  3. Frida Karlsson (SWE), CHF 128.100
  4. Jonna Sundling (SWE), CHF 107.550
  5. Heidi Weng (NOR), CHF 99.050

Men – Top 5

  1. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), CHF 210.950
  2. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), CHF 174.900
  3. Erik Valnes (NOR), CHF 124.150
  4. Pål Golberg (NOR), CHF 92.500
  5. Friedrich Moch (GER), CHF 80.025

Nations Overall – Top 5

  1. Norway, CHF 14.465
  2. Sweden, CHF 12.950
  3. United States of America, CHF 8.726
  4. Finland, CHF 8.601
  5. Germany, CHF 7.702

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

After weekend in Lahti, Finland, the World Cup end the season with weekends in 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 15km Mass Start 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
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