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US Team for the World Cup period 1

With five months to go until the start of the 2023/2024 World Cup season, the US National Team was presented for the first four World Cup stages.

Photo: Jesper Zerman/Bildbyrån

Rosie Brennan (USA) was one of the skiers named to the US Team for World Cup period 1.

Ruka (Finland), Gällivare and Östersund (Sweden), and Trondheim (Norway) are the places for the first period of the upcoming World Cup season.

In a press release, the US Ski & Snowboard has named their cross-country skiers for the upcoming World Cup season period 1.

US Cross-Country Ski Team

Ruka (FIN) – Sprint C & Östersund (SWE) – Sprint C

Women

  • Hailey Swirbul
  • Julia Kern
  • Jessie Diggins
  • Rosie Brennan
  • Alayna Sonnesym
  • Lauren Jortberg
  • Sammy Smith
  • Novie McCabe
  • Sarah Goble

Men

  • Zanden McMullen
  • Ben Ogden
  • JC Schoonmaker
  • Kevin Bolger
  • Zak Ketterson
  • Luke Jager
  • Logan Diekmann
  • Will Koch
  • Michael Earnhart

Ruka (FIN) – 10km C & Trondheim (NOR) – 10km C

Women

  • Hailey Swirbul
  • Jessie Diggins
  • Rosie Brennan
  • Julia Kern
  • Novie McCabe
  • Sophia Laukli
  • Alayna Sonnesyn
  • Sydney Palmer-Leger
  • Alex Lawson

Men

  • Zanden McMullen
  • Scott Patterson
  • Ben Ogden
  • Hunter Wonders
  • Gus Schumacher
  • David Norris
  • Zak Ketterson
  • John Hagenbuch
  • Luke Jager

Ruka (FIN) – 20km F, Gällivare (SWE) – 10km F, & Östersund (SWE) – 10km F

Women

  • Hailey Swirbul
  • Jessie Diggins
  • Rosie Brennan
  • Julia Kern
  • Sophia Laukli
  • Novie McCabe
  • Alayna Sonnesyn
  • Sydney Palmer-Leger

Men

  • Zanden McMullen
  • Scott Patterson
  • Ben Ogden
  • David Norris
  • Gus Schumacher
  • Hunter Wonders
  • Zak Ketterson
  • John Hagenbuch
  • Luke Jager

Trondheim (NOR) – 20km Skiathlon

Women

  • Hailey Swirbul
  • Jessie Diggins
  • Rosie Brennan
  • Sydney Palmer-Leger
  • Sophia Laukli
  • Julia Kern
  • Novie McCabe
  • Alayna Sonnesyn
  • Alex Lawson

Men

  • Zanden McMullen
  • Scott Patterson
  • Ben Ogden
  • David Norris
  • Gus Schumacher
  • Hunter Wonders
  • Zak Ketterson
  • John Hagenbuch
  • Luke Jager

FIS World Cup calendar

In May, the International Ski & Snowboard Federation (FIS) approved the World Cup calendar for the season 2023/2024.

Calendar for the 2023/2024 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup

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
  • 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
    • 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
  • January 26-28: Goms, Switzerland
    • January 26 – Mixed Relay 4×7.5km
    • January 27 Sprint F
    • January 28 – 20km Mass Start F

Period IV – North America

  • February 9-13: Canmore, Canada
    • February 9 – 10km 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

Read More: FIS World Cup calendar and approved cross-country skiing distances

Also Read: FIS unveils exciting 2023/2024 cross-country skiing World Cup calendar

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herese Johaug won today’s 30km race at the Norwegian Championships part 2 - illustration photo

Dominant win for Johaug at the Norwegian Championships

Therese Johaug secured first place in the 30km individual start race in freestyle technique at the Norwegian cross-country skiing Championships part 2, in her first race at the elite level after retirement. Results from the 30km race.

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