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World Cup standings after the Östersund weekend

The cross-country skiing World Cup season 2023/2024 had its third stage this weekend in Sweden. Check here the sprint, distance, overall, nations, and prize money rankings after the Östersund competitions.

Photo: Johan Axelsson/Bildbyrån

Östersund, Sweden, hosted this season’s third stage of the cross-country skiing World Cup competitions. The event started on Saturday, December 9, with a sprint in classic technique. On Sunday, December 10, the World Cup weekend ended with a 10km interval start race in freestyle technique. 

Below, you can check the rankings for the sprint, distance, overall competitions, Nations Cup, and prize money standings after the Östersund World Cup.

World Cup Standings after Östersund

Sprint World Cup – Standings after Sprint C Final Östersund

Women – Top 5

  1. Emma Ribom (SWE), 222 points
  2. Kristine Stavås Skistad (NOR), 16 points
  3. Linn Svahn (SWE), 185 points
  4. Frida Karlsson (SWE), 163 points
  5. Jessie Diggins (USA), 162 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Erik Valnes (NOR), 219 points
  2. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), 213 points
  3. Ben Ogden (USA), 158 points
  4. Ansgar Evensen (NOR), 154 points
  5. Even Northug (NOR), 144 points

Distance World Cup – Standings after 10km Interval Start F Östersund

Women – Top 5

  1. Jessie Diggins (USA), 375 points
  2. Ebba Andersson (SWE), 368 points
  3. Rosie Brennan (USA), 341 points
  4. Moa Ilar (SWE), 334 points
  5. Victoria Carl (GER), 314 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), 360 points
  2. Simen Hegstad Krüger (NOR), 341 points
  3. Pål Golberg (NOR), 327 points
  4. Andrew Musgrave (GBR), 321 points
  5. Didrik Tønseth (NOR), 287 points

Overall World Cup – Standings after 10km Interval Start F Östersund

Women – Top 5

  1. Jessie Diggins (USA), 537 points
  2. Rosie Brennan (USA), 500 points
  3. Emma Ribom (SWE), 499 points
  4. Ebba Andersson (SWE), 422 points
  5. Frida Karlsson (SWE), 391 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), 476 points
  2. Pål Golberg (NOR), 445 points
  3. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), 389 points
  4. Simen Hegstad Krüger (NOR), 341 points
  5. Michal Novak (CZE), 340 points

World Cup Nations Cup – Standings after Östersund

Women – Top 5

  1. Sweden, 1862 points
  2. United States of America, 1475 points
  3. Norway, 1329 points
  4. Germany, 1076 points
  5. Finland, 935 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Norway, 1925 points
  2. Sweden, 1074 points
  3. Finland, 912 points
  4. France, 846 points
  5. United States of America, 800 points

Overall – Top 5

  1. Norway, 3254 points
  2. Sweden, 2936 points
  3. United States of America, 2275 points
  4. Finland, 1847 points
  5. Germany, 1534 points

World Cup Prize Money – Standings after Östersund

Women – Top 5

  1. Jessie Diggins (USA), CHF 48.000
  2. Emma Ribom (SWE), CHF 42.350
  3. Ebba Andersson (SWE), CHF 34.550
  4. Moa Ilar (SWE), CHF 28.650
  5. Rosie Brennan (USA), CHF 27.800

Men – Top 5

  1. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), CHF 34.600
  2. Erik Valnes (NOR), CHF 30.000
  3. Pål Golberg (NOR), CHF 29.150
  4. Jan Thomas Jenssen (NOR), CHF 23.950
  5. Simen Hegstad Krüger (NOR), CHF 22.950

Nations Overall – Top 5

  1. Norway, CHF 3.254
  2. Sweden, CHF 2.936
  3. United States of America, CHF 2.275
  4. Finland, CHF 1.847
  5. Germany, CHF 1.534

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Emma Ribom wins the World Cup sprint in Östersund

Next Up – Trondheim World Cup

Next stop for the World Cup season is Trondheim, taking place next weekend. Scheduled to take place from December 15 to 17, 2023, this fourth stage Season 2023/2024 will feature three days of competitions in Norway.

The event starts on Friday, December 15, with a sprint in freestyle technique, followed by a 20km skiathlon on Saturday, December 16. The Trondheim World Cup ends with a 10km interval start race in classic technique on Sunday, December 17.

See the complete program for the Trondheim World Cup at the end of the article.

FACTS Trondheim World Cup Season 2023/2024

  • When: Friday, December 15, to Sunday, December 17 
  • Who: Elite national skiers – women and men
  • Where: Trondheim, Norway
  • What: FIS Cross-Country World Cup in Trondheim, Norway

PROGRAM

Friday, December 15: Sprint Freestyle (More details can be found here)

  • 10:00 CET: Sprint Quali F, Men
  • 10:00 CET: Sprint Quali F, Women
  • 12:30 CET: Sprint Final F, Men
  • 12:30 CET: Sprint Final F, Women

Saturday, December 16: 20km Skiathlon C/F (More details can be found here)

  • 11:10 CET: 20km Skiathlon C/F, Women
  • 13:15 CET: 20km Skiathlon C/F, Men

Sunday, December 17: 10km Interval Start Classic (More details can be found here)

  • 11:00 CET: 10km Interval Start C, Men
  • 13:15 CET: 10km Interval Start C, Women

Read More: World Cup calendar for the 2023/2024 Winter Season  

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