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World Cup Final Standings 2021/2022

The cross-country skiing overall World Cup winners did not start in this weekend’s World Cup final in Falun, Sweden. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, Norway, won despite missing the last competitions due to covid, and Natalia Nepryaeva, Russia, took her first overall victory despite being suspended for the final races.

Photo: Johanna Lundberg/Bildbyrån

Iivo Niskanen (FIN) celebrates winning FIS Cross-Country Distance World Cup 2021/2022.

It has certainly been a different World Cup season with several canceled World Cup weekends between the Tour de Ski and the Olympics due to the pandemic and the World Cup final in Russia due to the war in Ukraine. 

OVERALL

On the men’s side, Johannes Høsflot Klæbo won the overall World Cup by far with his 1.375 points. Alexander Bolshunov, from Russia, with 878 points, was second place and Iivo Niskanen, from Finland, with 744 points, was third overall. 

On the women’s side, Natalia Nepryaeva, from Russia, took the overall victory with 973 points. Jessie Diggins, from the USA, was second with 793, and Ebba Andersson, from Sweden, third with 772 points. 

DISTANCE

In the men’s distance cup, Iivo Niskanen, from Finland, won with 493 points, just ahead of Alexander Bolshunov, from Russia, with 418 and Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, from Norway with 413 points.

Therese Johaug, from Norway, took home the distance cup on the women’s side with 735 points, followed by Frida Karlsson, Sweden, with 480, and Krista Pärmäkoski, from Finland, with 475 points.

SPRINT

In the men’s sprint cup, Richard Jouve, from France, passed Johannes Høsflot Klæbo when he won the last two competitions in Drammen and Falun. Jouve finished with 568 points compared to Klæbo’s 562. Lucas Chanavat, from France, came third with 461 points. 

Maja Dahlqvist, from Sweden, took home the women’s sprint cup in a superb way. She finished with 638 points. The second was last year’s winner Anamarija Lampic, from Slovenia, with 506, and third Jonna Sundling, from Sweden, with 442 points.

NATIONS

In the nation’s cup on the men’s side, Norway won with 4.859 points in front of Russia with 2.903 and France with 1.962 points.

Sweden won the women’s nations cup for the second year in a row with 3.982 points. Norway was second with 3.448 and Finland third with 2.441 points.

Final World Cup Cross-Country Skiing 2021-2022

Total Men

  1. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, Norway 1.375
  2. Alexander Bolshunov, Russia 878
  3. Iivo Niskanen, Finland 744

Total Women

  1. Natalia Nepryaeva, Russia 973
  2. Jessie Diggins, USA 793
  3. Ebba Andersson, Sweden 772

Distance Men

  1. Iivo Niskanen, Finland 493
  2. Alexander Bolshunov, Russia 418
  3. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, Norway 413

Distance Women

  1. Therese Johaug, Norway 735
  2. Frida Karlsson, Sweden 480
  3. Krista Pärmäkoski, Finland 475

Sprint Men

  1. Richard Jouve, France 568
  2. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, Norway 562
  3. Lucas Chanavat, France 461

Sprint Women

  1. Maja Dahlqvist, Sweden 638
  2. Anamarija Lampic, Slovenia 506
  3. Jonna Sundling, Sweden 442

Nations Cup Men

  1. Norway 4.859
  2. Russia 2.903
  3. France 1.962

Nations Cup Women

  1. Sweden 3.982
  2. Norway 3.348
  3. Finland 2.441

The complete overall standings in the World Cup 2021-2022 can be found here.

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