FIS Tour de Ski

International Ski Federation
FIS Tour de Ski
International Ski Federation Blochstr. 2 CH-3653 Oberhofen



    A spectacular, unique event - part of the FIS Cross-Country World Cup presented by Viessmann The tenth edition of Viessmann FIS Tour de Ski performance by Craft Sportswear will take place from 1st - 10th January 2016.

    What is the FIS Tour de Ski 2016?

    • 8 top international Cross-Country Skiing competitions in 10 days at 4 different venues in 3 countries
    • Total competition distance of 65 km for ladies and 106 km for men
    • Overall winner will take home 100.000 CHF
    • Winner of each stage gets 3.000 CHF
    • Current daily leader of the Tour (except the last stage) wins 1.000 CHF
    • Winner of the FIS Tour de Ski sprint ranking will be awarded with 6.000 CHF
    • 400 World Cup points for the FIS Tour de Ski overall winner, 50 World Cup points for each stage victory
    • 255 bonus seconds for ladies, 300 bonus seconds for men

    FIS Tour de SKi 2016 Overview


    Starting times CET

    #1 Lenzerheide, SUI

    Ladies/Men Sprint Free


    15:55 - quarterfinals

    # 2 Lenzerheide, SUI

    Ladies 15 km Mass Start Classic

    Men 30 km Mass Start Classic




    #3 Lenzerheide, SUI

    Ladies 5 km Pursuit Free

    Men 10 km Pursuit Free




    # 4 Oberstdorf, GER

    Ladies 5+5 Skiathlon

    Men 10+10 Skiathlon




    #5 Oberstdorf, GER

    Ladies/Men Sprint Classic



    13:30 - quarterfinals

    #6 Toblach, ITA

    Ladies 5 km Free

    Men 10 km Free




    #7 Val di Fiemme, ITA

    Ladies 10 km Mass Start Classic

    Men 15 km Mass Start Classic




    #8 Val di Fiemme, ITA

    Ladies 9 km Final Climb

    Men 9 km Final Climb





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