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World Cup standings after Oberhof weekend

The cross-country skiing World Cup season 2023/2024 had its Oberhof stage from January 19 to 20, 2024. Check here the World Cup sprint, distance, overall, U23, nations, and prize money rankings after the weekend.

Photo: Modica/NordicFocus

Oberhof, Germany, was the place for last weekend’s cross-country skiing World Cup. As a new World Cup organizer, Oberhof World Cup started 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 ended with a 4×7.5km relay race in classic/freestyle techniques on Sunday, January 21, 2024.

Below, you can check the rankings for the sprint, distance, overall competitions, U23, Nations Cup, and prize money standings after Tour de Ski.

FIS World Cup Standings after Oberhof

Sprint World Cup – Standings after Sprint C Final Oberhof

Women – Top 5

  1. Linn Svahn (SWE), 529 points
  2. Kristine Stavås Skistad (NOR), 472 points
  3. Emma Ribom (SWE), 455 points
  4. Jessie Diggins (USA), 410 points
  5. Frida Karlsson (SWE), 357 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Erik Valnes (NOR), 474 points
  2. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), 412 points
  3. Lucas Chanavat (FRA), 394 points
  4. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), 370 points
  5. Ansgar Evensen (NOR), 367 points

Distance World Cup – Standings after 20km Mass Start C Oberhof

Women – Top 5

  1. Jessie Diggins (USA), 869 points
  2. Victoria Carl (GER), 742 points
  3. Rosie Brennan (USA), 741 points
  4. Heidi Weng (NOR), 711 points
  5. Ebba Andersson (SWE), 695 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), 786 points
  2. Pål Golberg (NOR), 708 points
  3. Andrew Musgrave (GBR), 538 points
  4. Hugo Lapalus (FRA), 537 points
  5. Martin Løwstrøm Nyenget (NOR), 533 points

Overall World Cup – Standings after 4×7.5km Relay C/F Oberhof

Women – Top 5

  1. Jessie Diggins (USA), 1579 points
  2. Linn Svahn (SWE), 1300 points
  3. Rosie Brennan (USA), 1191 points
  4. Frida Karlsson (SWE), 1173 points
  5. Emma Ribom (SWE), 1154 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), 1456 points
  2. Erik Valnes (NOR), 1227 points
  3. Pål Golberg (NOR), 1063 points
  4. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), 882 points
  5. Hugo Lapalus (FRA), 807 points

Overall World Cup U23 – Standings after Oberhof

Women – Top 5

  1. Margrethe Bergane (NOR), 598 points
  2. Novie McCabe (USA), 188 points
  3. Nadja Kälin (SUI), 163 points
  4. Samantha Smith (USA), 141 points
  5. Vilma Ryytty (FIN), 138 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Edvin Anger (SWE), 467 points
  2. Matz William Jenssen (NOR), 350 points
  3. Elia Barp (ITA), 311 points
  4. Remi Bourdin (FRA), 187 points
  5. Zanden McMullen (USA), 168 points

World Cup Nations Cup – Standings after Oberhof

Women – Top 5

  1. Sweden, 4947 points
  2. Norway, 3724 points
  3. United States of America, 3705 points
  4. Germany, 3141 points
  5. Finland, 2928 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Norway, 5300 points
  2. Sweden, 3074 points
  3. France, 2674 points
  4. Finland, 2405 points
  5. Italy, 1789 points

Overall – Top 5

  1. Norway, 9024 points
  2. Sweden, 8021 points
  3. United States of America, 5465 points
  4. Finland, 5333 points
  5. Germany, 4777 points

World Cup Prize Money – Standings after Oberhof

Women – Top 5

  1. Jessie Diggins (USA), CHF 164.600
  2. Heidi Weng (NOR), CHF 85.150
  3. Linn Svahn (SWE), CHF 83.550
  4. Frida Karlsson (SWE), CHF 78.650
  5. Kerttu Niskanen (FIN), CHF 61.200

Men – Top 5

  1. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), CHF 140.300
  2. Erik Valnes (NOR), CHF 98.550
  3. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), CHF 74.250
  4. Friedrich Moch (GER), CHF 68.925
  5. Martin Løwstrøm Nyenget (NOR), CHF 66.200

Nations Overall – Top 5

  1. Norway, CHF 9.024
  2. Sweden, CHF 8.021
  3. United States of America, CHF 5.465
  4. Finland, CHF 5.333
  5. Germany, CHF 4.777

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