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World Cup standings after the Ruka premiere

The cross-country skiing World Cup season 2023/2024 started this weekend in Finland. Check here the sprint, distance, overall, and nations rankings after the Ruka competitions.

Photo: Modica/NordicFocus

Ruka, Finland, hosted this season’s first three cross-country skiing World Cup competitions. The event started on Friday, November 24, with a sprint race in classic technique. On Saturday, November 25, there was a 10km classic-style race with individual starts. And on Sunday, November 26, the World Cup premiere weekend ended with a 20km mass start race in freestyle technique. 

Below, you can check the rankings for the sprint, distance, overall competitions, and the Nations Cup standings after the Ruka World Cup premiere.

World Cup Standings after Ruka

Sprint World Cup – Standings after Sprint 1.2km C Final Ruka

Women – Top 5

  1. Emma Ribom (SWE), 110 points
  2. Jonna Sundling (SWE), 107 points
  3. Frida Karlsson (SWE), 93 points
  4. Kristine Stavås Skistad (NOR), 90 points
  5. Jasmi Joensuu (FIN), 90 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Erik Valnes (NOR), 112 points
  2. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), 98 points
  3. Richard Jouve (FRA), 95 points
  4. Federico Pellegrino (ITA), 85 points
  5. Ansgar Evensen (NOR), 80 points

Distance World Cup – Standings after 20km F Mass Start Ruka

Women – Top 5

  1. Ebba Andersson (SWE), 207 points
  2. Moa Ilar (SWE), 198 points
  3. Frida Karlsson (SWE), 192 points
  4. Rosie Brennan (USA), 186 points
  5. Jessie Diggins (USA), 175 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Martin Løwstrøm Nyenget (NOR), 183 points
  2. Andrew Musgrave (GBR), 166 points
  3. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), 165 points
  4. Michal Novak (CZE), 161 points
  5. Pål Golberg (NOR), 161 points

Overall World Cup – Standings after 20km F Mass Start Ruka

Women – Top 5

  1. Frida Karlsson (SWE), 285 points
  2. Rosie Brennan (USA), 255 points
  3. Jessie Diggins (USA), 247 points
  4. Emma Ribom (SWE), 239 points
  5. Ebba Andersson (SWE), 207 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Harald Østberg Amundsen (NOR), 229 points
  2. Pål Golberg (NOR), 215 points
  3. Michal Novak (CZE), 209 points
  4. Erik Valnes (NOR), 202 points
  5. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), 202 points

World Cup Nations Cup – Standings after Ruka

Women – Top 5

  1. Sweden, 585 points
  2. Finland, 392 points
  3. United States of America, 387 points
  4. Norway, 360 points
  5. Germany, 328 points

Men – Top 5

  1. Norway, 853 points
  2. Finland, 531 points
  3. France, 444 points
  4. Sweden, 413 points
  5. Italy, 296 points

Overall – Top 5

  1. Norway, 1430 points
  2. Sweden, 1320 points
  3. Finland, 988 points
  4. United States of America, 932 points
  5. France, 664 points

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Next Up – Gällivare World Cup

The next stop for the World Cup season is Gällivare next weekend. Scheduled to take place from December 2 to 3, 2023, this stage will feature two days of competitions in Sweden.

The event starts on Saturday, December 2, with a 10km interval start race in freestyle technique, followed by a 4×7.5km relay race in classic/freestyle techniques on Sunday, December 3.

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

FACTS Gällivare World Cup Season 2023/2024

  • When: Saturday, December 2 to Sunday, December 3 
  • Who: Elite national skiers – women and men
  • Where: Gällivare, Sweden
  • What: FIS Cross-Country World Cup in Ruka, Finland

PROGRAM

Saturday, December 2: 10km Interval Start Freestyle (More details can be found here)

  • 9:45 CET: 10km Interval Start F, Women
  • 12:00 CET: 10km Interval Start F, Men

Sunday, December 3: 4×7.5km Relay Classic/Freestyle (More details can be found here)

  • 9:50 CET: 4×7.5km Relay C/F, Women
  • 12:00 CET: 4×7.5km Relay C/F, Men

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

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