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Tour de Ski Standings After Stage 4 – Karlsson And Klæbo In The Lead 

After four of the seven stages in the Tour de Ski 2022/2023, Frida Karlsson (SWE) and Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) are the current overall leaders. Solid performance from the Pro Tour athlete Astrid Øyre Slind in the top 10. 

Photo: Barbieri/NordicFocus

Frida Karlsson (SWE) training in Val di Fiemme, Italy.

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. 

Today is a rest day in the Tour de Ski. Tomorrow, one of the last three stages starts in Val di Fiemme, Italy.

Tour de Ski Overall Leaders 

In the women’s overall, Frida Karlsson (SWE) is leading the Tour after four stages, with a total time of 1:44:08. Second place is Tiril Udnes Weng (NOR), 1:28 back. 

Anne Kjersti Kalvå (NOR) was sitting in the third position but tested positive for Covid and left the Tour. Next on the list is Krista Parmakoski (FIN), 1:41 behind the leader.

Read More: Anne Kjersti Kalvå Leaves Tour de Ski

Ski Classics Pro Tour star Astrid Øyre Slind (NOR), Team Aker Dæhlie, is showing an impressive performance also on traditional cross-country skiing. Astrid is sitting in 10th place overall, 2:53 behind the leader.

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

Ida Dahl (SWE), Team Engcon, earlier today announced that she would be quitting the Tour de Ski. Dahl was 41st on stage 4 and the 34th best skier at this year’s Tour, 6:30 back overall. 

Read More: Exit Tour de Ski For Ida Dahl

Katerina Paul (AUS), Team BSV Ibex, was also racing Tour de Ski but called it quits after stage 2. 

Top 3 Women – Tour de Ski after 4 of 7 stages

  1. Frida Karlsson (SWE), 1:44:08
  2. Tiril Udnes Weng (NOR), +1:28
  3. Anne Kjersti Kalvå (NOR), +1:31 (tested positive for Covid and left the Tour)
  4. Krista Parmakoski (FIN), +1:41

Tour de Ski Overall after stage 4 – Women

In the men’s overall, Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) is leading the Tour after winning four stages, with a total time of 1:31:02. Second place is Federico Pellegrino (ITA), only 0:12 back. 

Pål Golberg (NOR) is sitting in the third position overall, just 0:14 behind Klæbo.

On the men’s side, Pro Tour athletes are also making a presence in this year’s Tour de Ski. Dietmar Nöckler (ITA), Team Robinson Trentino, is currently 21st overall after four stages, 1:57 behind the leader. Andrew Musgrave (GBR), Team Næringsbanken Stora Enso, is 23rd, 2:12 back, and Thomas Bing (GER), xc-ski.de A|N Skimarathon Team, 61st overall and 6:14 behind.

Top 3 Men – Tour de Ski after 4 of 7 stage

  1. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), 1:31:02
  2. Federico Pellegrino (ITA), +0.12
  3. Pål Golberg (NOR), +0.14

Tour de Ski Overall after stage 4 – Men

Tour de Ski now moves on to Val di Fiemme, Italy, for Tour de Ski stages 5, 6, and 7 on January 6, 7, and 8. Stage 5 features a sprint in classic technique, stage 6 is a 15km mass start in classic technique, and stage 7 is a 10km mass start in freestyle technique up to Alpe Cermis.

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

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

FACTS: Tour de Ski 2022/2023 

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

TOUR DE SKI 2022/2023

Day-by-day schedule

Stage 1

  •  Saturday, December 31, 2022
  •  Val Müstair, Switzerland
  •  Sprint Freestyle Technique
  •  All times are CET
  •  Qualification, women and men
  •  Heats and finals, women and men

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Stage 2

  •  Sunday, January 1, 2023
  •  Val Müstair, Switzerland
  •  10km Classic Technique, pursuit
  •  All times are CET
  •  10km Classic Pursuit, women
  •  10km Classic Pursuit, men 

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Stage 3

  •  Tuesday, January 3, 2023
  •  Oberstdorf, Germany
  •  10km Classic Technique, individual start
  •  All times are CET
  •  10km classic individual start, men
  •  10km classic individual start, women

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Stage 4

  •  Wednesday, January 4, 2023
  •  Oberstdorf, Germany
  •  20km Freestyle Technique, pursuit
  •  All times are CET
  •  20km Freestyle Pursuit, men
  •  20km Freestyle Pursuit, women

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Stage 5

  •  Friday, January 6, 2023
  •  Val di Fiemme, Italy
  •  Sprint Classic Technique
  •  All times are CET
  •  Qualification, women and men
  •  Heats and finals, women and men 

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Stage 6

  •  Saturday, January 7, 2023
  •  Val di Fiemme, Italy
  •  15km Classic Technique, mass start
  •  All times are CET
  •  15km Mass Start Classic, women
  •  15km Mass Start Classic, men 

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Stage 7

  •  Sunday, January 8, 2022
  •  Val di Fiemme, Italy
  •  Final Climb – Alpe Cermis (aka “Monster Climb”) – 10km Freestyle Technique, mass start
  •  All times are CET
  •  10km Mass Start Freestyle, women
  •  10km Mass Start Freestyle, men

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