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Swedish team for the Oberhof World Cup 

The next stage of the cross-country skiing World Cup season 2023/2024 starts in Oberhof, Germany, this Friday. The Swedish national team is now presented.

Photo: Mathias Bergeld/Bildbyrån

Ebba Andersson is one of the Swedish cross-country skiers selected for the World Cup in Oberhof, Germany.

Oberhof, Germany, is the place for the next stage of this year’s cross-country skiing World Cup. As a new World Cup organizer, Oberhof World Cup starts on Friday, January 19, with a sprint race in classic technique, followed by a 20km mass start race in classic technique on Saturday, January 20, and a 4×7.5km relay race in classic/freestyle techniques on Sunday, January 21, 2024.

In a press release, the Swedish Ski Association has named their cross-country ski team for the upcoming World Cup in Oberhof. In the Swedish squad, there is a comeback in the World Cup for Oskar Svensson, Moa Lundgren, Ebba Andersson and Marcus Grate.

“After a week off after the Tour de Ski, we long to compete again. Ebba Andersson is back after not finishing the Tour (de Ski) and Marcus Grate is making a comeback after his injury that he sustained in Östersund. We are going with a really strong team and feel energized,” says Swedish national team manager Anders Byström, and adds:

“Oberhof is a new place for many and that gives extra motivation to compete on new courses. We know that they fought hard with the snow and have been told that the conditions should be good after the weather turned colder,” says Byström.

For the relay races on Sunday, the team will be selected after Saturday’s distance races.

Here is the Swedish National Team for the Oberhof World Cup

Women’s Sprint Team

  • Maja Dahlqvist
  • Frida Karlsson
  • Moa Lundgren
  • Emma Ribom
  • Jonna Sundling
  • Linn Svahn

Men’s Sprint Team

  • Edvin Anger
  • Emil Danielsson
  • Marcus Grate
  • Calle Halfvarsson
  • Johan Häggström
  • Oskar Svensson

Women’s 20km Team

  • Ebba Andersson
  • Moa Ilar
  • Frida Kalrsson
  • Emma Ribom
  • Jonna Sundling
  • Linn Svahn

Men’s 20km Team

  • Edvin Anger
  • Gustaf Berglund
  • Jens Burman
  • Calle Halfvarsson
  • Johan Häggström
  • William Poromaa

See the complete program for the Oberhof World Cup at the end of the article.

FACTS Oberhof World Cup Season 2023/2024
When: Friday, January 19, to Sunday, January 21, 2024 
Who: Elite national skiers – women and men
Where: Oberhof, Germany
What: FIS Cross-Country World Cup in Oberhof, Germany

PROGRAM

Friday, January 19: Sprint Classic (More details can be found here)

  • 12:50 CET: Sprint Qualification C, Men
  • 12:50 CET: Sprint Qualification C, Women
  • 15:20 CET: Sprint Finals C, Men
  • 15:20 CET: Sprint Finals C, Women

Saturday, January 20: 20km Mass Start Classic (More details can be found here)

  • 10:25 CET: 20km Mass Start C, Men
  • 13:30 CET: 20km Mass Start C, Women

Sunday, January 21: 4×7.5km Relay Classic/Freestyle (More details can be found here)

  • 10:50 CET: 4×7.5km Relay C/F, Women
  • 13:10 CET: 4×7.5km Relay C/F, Men

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

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