A spectacular, unique event - part of the FIS Cross-Country World Cup presented by Viessmann.
The 11th edition of Viessmann FIS Tour de Ski will take place from 31st December 2016 - 8th January 2017.
What is the FIS Tour de Ski 2017?
FIS Tour de Ski 2017 Programme
#1 Val Müstair, SUI
Ladies/Men Sprint Free
#2 Val Müstair, SUI
Ladies 5 km Mass Start Classic
Men 10 km Mass Start CLassic
#3 Oberstdorf, GER
Ladies 5+5 km Skiathlon
Men 10+10 km Skiathlon
#4 Oberstdorf, GER
Ladies 10 km Pursuit Free
Men 15 km Pursuit Free
#5 Toblach, ITA
Ladies 5 km Free
Men 10 km Free
#6 Val di Fiemme, ITA
Ladies 10 km Mass Start Classic
Men 15 km Mass Start Classic
#7 Val di Fiemme, ITA
Ladies 9 km Final Climb Free
Men 9 km Final Climb Free
FIS together with Le Gruyère AOP and with FIS Marketing AG are pleased to announce that Le Gruyère AOP is increasing its presence at the FIS Tour de Ski and has become its performance partner.
In just 10 days the Viessmann FIS Tour de Ski performance by Craft Sportswear gets under way already for the 10th time. With mild weather across Europe all organizing committees are working hard to ensure the best conditions for this season’s highlight event.
The FIS Tour de Ski winners club on the men’s side is very exclusive. In ten years of the Tour de Ski, only five men have reached the top as the winners. Here is an overview of those who have made history in the FIS Tour de Ski.
With no medals up for grabs in the 2015-16 FIS World Cup season, many athletes will be focusing on the pursuit of crystal globes. Here a short preview to the upcoming season.
With just two days until the start of the 2014-15 FIS Cross-Country World Cup season here is a teaser video from last season. Let the season begin!
Lukas Bauer (CZE) will not win his 3rd FIS Tour de Ski title. The 37-year old skier confirmed he would not start in the the 9th edition of the FIS Tour de Ski.