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Tour de Ski 2022/2023 – Final Standings

After seven stages, Frida Karlsson (SWE) and Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) were the winners of the Tour de Ski 2022/2023. Check out the complete final standings.

Photo: Maxim Thore/Bildbyrån

Frida Karlsson (SWE) won Tour de Ski 2022/2023.

Tour de Ski stage 1 was a sprint in freestyle technique on Saturday, and stage 2 on Sunday featured a 10km pursuit race in classic technique, both at Val Müstair, Switzerland. Stage 3 and 4 took place in Oberstdorf, Germany, with a 10km individual start in classic technique and a 20km freestyle pursuit, respectively. 

Stage 5 and 6 started the last part of the Tour de Ski, with a sprint and a 15km mass start, both in classic technique at Val di Fiemme, Italy. 

The Final Climb up to Alpe Cermis, a 10km mass start race in freestyle technique, on Sunday, for both women and men, was the final event for the Tour de Ski 2022/2023.  

Tour de Ski Final Standings 

In the women’s competition, Frida Karlsson (SWE) won Tour de Ski with a total time of 3:09:31.4. Second place went to Kerttu Niskanen (FIN), 33.2 seconds back. 

Tiril Udnes Weng (NOR) finished in the third position, 47.6 seconds behind the winner. 

Ski Classics Pro Tour athletes Rosie Brennan (USA), Team Robinson Trentino and Astrid Øyre Slind (NOR), Team Aker Dæhlie, showed impressive performances. 

Brennan was 4th place overall, 1:42.1 back. Øyre Slind finished 7th overall, 2:52.1 behind Karlsson.

Read More: Astrid Øyre Slind With Big Goals For The Season

Top 10 Women – Tour de Ski 2022/2023 – Final Standings

  1. Frida Karlsson (SWE), 3:09:31.4
  2. Kerttu Niskanen (FIN), +33.2
  3. Tiril Udnes Weng (NOR), +47.6
  4. Rosie Brennan (USA), +1:42.1
  5. Katharina Hennig (GER), +2:13.0
  6. Heidi Weng (NOR), +2:27.2
  7. Astrid Øyre Slind (NOR), +2:52.1
  8. Lotta Udnes Weng (NOR), +3:05.8
  9. Teresa Stadlober (AUT), +3:16.2
  10. Delphine Claudel (FRA), +4:17.0

Tour de Ski Overall – Women

In the men’s overall, Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) won Tour de Ski after winning all but the last stage, with a total time of 2:44:28.9. 

Second place went to Simen Hegstad Krüger (NOR), 59.5 seconds back. Hans Christer Holund (NOR) finished in the third position overall, 1:21.3 behind Klæbo.

On the men’s side, Pro Tour athletes also made a presence in this year’s Tour de Ski. Andrew Musgrave (GBR), Team Næringsbanken Stora Enso, finished 19th, 4:55.1 back. 

Dietmar Nöckler (ITA), Team Robinson Trentino, finished the Tour de Ski 27th overall, 6:29.3 behind Klæbo. 

Top 10 Men – Tour de Ski 2022/2023 – Final Standings

  1. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), 2:44:28.9
  2. Simen Hegstad Krüger (NOR), +59.5
  3. Hans Christer Hollund (NOR), +1:21.3
  4. Federico Pellegrino (ITA), +1:44.4
  5. Pål Golberg (NOR), +2:05.3
  6. Calle Halfvarsson (SWE), +2:09.2
  7. Sjur Røthe (NOR), +2:09.9
  8. Friedrich Moch (GER), +2:26.4
  9. Didrik Tønseth (NOR), +2:43.0
  10. Jules Lapierre (FRA), +2:48.5

Tour de Ski Overall – Men

See below the complete program for the Tour de Ski 2022/2023.

FACTS: Tour de Ski 2022/2023 

  • Tour de Ski 2022/2023 started in Val Müstair, Switzerland, on December 31 and concluded in Val di Fiemme, Italy, on January 8. 
  • The race consisted of seven stages in nine days.
  • Tour de Ski 2022/2023 was the 17th edition of the brutal stage race. 

TOUR DE SKI 2022/2023

Day-by-day schedule

Stage 1

  • When: Saturday, December 31, 2022
  • Where: Val Müstair, Switzerland
  • What: Sprint Freestyle Technique
  • Times: All times are CET
  • 11:30: Qualification, women and men
  • 14:00: Heats and finals, women and men

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Stage 2

  • When: Sunday, January 1, 2023
  • Where: Val Müstair, Switzerland
  • What: 10km Classic Technique, pursuit
  • Times: All times are CET
  • 12:00: 10km Classic Pursuit, women
  • 13:15: 10km Classic Pursuit, men 

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Stage 3

  • When: Tuesday, January 3, 2023
  • Where: Oberstdorf, Germany
  • What: 10km Classic Technique, individual start
  • Times: All times are CET
  • 11:45: 10km classic individual start, men
  • 14:45: 10km classic individual start, women

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Stage 4

  • When: Wednesday, January 4, 2023
  • Where: Oberstdorf, Germany
  • What: 20km Freestyle Technique, pursuit
  • Times: All times are CET
  • 11:15: 20km Freestyle Pursuit, men
  • 14:30: 20km Freestyle Pursuit, women

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Stage 5

  • When: Friday, January 6, 2023
  • Where: Val di Fiemme, Italy
  • What: Sprint Classic Technique
  • Times: All times are CET
  • 10:00: Qualification, women
  • 10:32: Qualification, men
  • 12:30: Heats and finals, women and men 

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Stage 6

  • When: Saturday, January 7, 2023
  • Where: Val di Fiemme, Italy
  • What: 15km Classic Technique, mass start
  • Times: All times are CET
  • 11:45: 15km Mass Start Classic, women
  • 13:30: 15km Mass Start Classic, men 

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Stage 7

  • When: Sunday, January 8, 2022
  • Where: Val di Fiemme, Italy
  • What: Final Climb – Alpe Cermis (aka “Monster Climb”) – 10km Freestyle Technique, mass start
  • Times: All times are CET
  • 11:00: 10km Mass Start Freestyle, women
  • 12:45: 10km Mass Start Freestyle, men

More Information

New this season is the exact race distances for women and men in all World Cup events, as the International Ski & Snowboard Federation (FIS) decided in May. Several other changes have also been introduced to the World Cup.

Read More: Cross-Country Skiing Changes And World Cup Calendar For The 2022/2023 Season

Also Read: New Distances At The Cross-Country Skiing World Cup

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