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Sweden’s Team to the World Cup Final in Falun

Sweden announced their team to the FIS Cross-Country World Cup final in Falun next weekend: 24 racers including two World Cup rookies.

Photo: Simon Hastegård/Bildbyrån

The Swedes have made additional changes to their team lineup for the World Cup in Falun this weekend.

As the hosts of the upcoming World Cup events this weekend, Sweden is allowed to field up to 12 racers men and 12 women in each event. 

The World Cup event in Falun on March 11 through 13 will be the last of the 2021-22 FIS Cross-Country World Cup season. The first day at the Falun World Cup features sprint races for both men and women, followed by 10km skate for women and 15km skate races on Saturday, and relays for both men and women on Sunday. 

2022 World Cup season cut short
Next week’s World Cup event in Falun will be the last of the 2022 season, as the FIS failed to find an alternate organizer for the World Cup final that was scheduled to take place in Tyumen, Russia, on March 18 to 20. 

FIS Cross-Country and various National Ski Federations have tried to find a possible replacement for the cancelled World Cup events in Tyumen, Russia, on March 18 to 20. 

The World Cup final in Tyumen were cancelled as a part of global sanctions placed on Russia and Belarus in response to the Russian invasion and the war in the Ukraine. 

This is Sweden’s team to the World Cup on home turf
Women sprint

Johanna Hagström, 
Maja Dahlqvist, 
Jonna Sundling, 
Emma Ribom, 
Moa Lundgren, 
Frida Karlsson

National group, women sprint
Ebba Andersson, 
Ingrid Hallquist, 
Moa Olsson, 
Jenny Solin, 
Louise Lindström, 
Moa Hansson

Men sprint
Johan Häggström, 
Oskar Svensson, 
Anton Persson, 
Calle Halfvarsson, 
Gustav Eriksson, 
George Ersson

National group, men sprint
Gustaf Berglund, 
Olle Jonsson, 
Hugo Jacobsson, 
Truls Gisselman, 
Johan Ekberg, 
Emil Danielsson

Women distance
Moa Olsson, 
Jonna Sundling, 
Ebba Andersson, 
Emma Ribom, 
Frida Karlsson, 
Charlotte Kalla

National group, women distance
Maja Dahlqvist, 
Lisa Vinsa, 
Johanna Hagström, 
Louise Lindström, 
Moa Lundgren, 
Lovisa Modig

Men distance
Jens Burman, 
William Poromaa, 
Leo Johansson, 
Calle Halfvarsson,
Jonas Eriksson, 
Johan Häggström

National group, men distance
Björn Sandström, 
Eric Rosjö, 
Marcus Ruus, 
Oskar Svensson, 
Karl-Johan Westberg, 
Johan Herbert

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