FIS Tour de Ski

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 ninth edition of Viessmann FIS Tour de Ski performance by Craft Sportswear will take place from 3rd - 11th January 2015.

    What is the FIS Tour de Ski 2015?

    7 top international Cross-Country Skiing competitions in 9 days at 5 different venues in 3 countries

    FIS Tour de SKi 2015 Overview

     Date  Venue Event  Starting time* 
     3rd January 2015  Oberstdorf, GER

    Ladies 3 km F prologue

    Men 4 km F Prologue

     4th January 2015  Oberstdorf, GER

    Ladies 10 km C Pursuit

    Men 15 km C Pursuit

     6th January 2015  Val Müstair, SUI  Ladies/men sprint F   
     7th January 2015  Toblach, ITA

    Ladies 5 km C

    Men 10 km C

     8th January 2015  Cortina/Toblach, ITA

    Ladies 15 km F Pursuit

    Men 35 km F Pursuit

     10th January 2015  Val di Fiemme, ITA

    Ladies 10 km C Mass Start

    Men 15 km C Mass Start

     11th January 2015  Val di Fiemme, ITA  Ladies/men 9 km F Pursuit - Final Climb  


Latest News

  • World Cup teaser video 2014

    World Cup Teaser video

    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 with Tour de Ski Trophy

    Lukas Bauer to skip FIS Tour de Ski

    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.

  •  Chris Jespersen (NOR), Martin Johnsrud Sundby (NOR), Johannes Duerr (AUT) atop Alpe Cermis

    FIS Tour de Ski Recap: A Tour of Firsts

    The 8th edition of the Viessmann FIS Tour de Ski with performance by Craft Sportswear came to a close leaving many with great memories from the seven days of competition. For this Tour de Ski, it was one of many firsts.

  • Therese Johaug NOR

    Johaug and Sundby become first Norwegians to win Tour de Ski

    Therese Johaug of Norway has won her first Tour de Ski and become the first Norwegian woman to do so.  She started the day 23 seconds behind teammate Astrid Jacobsen and in the end led a trio of Norwegian ladies on the podium.  Heidi Weng held off a late charge from Finland's Krista Lahteenmaki to take third. 

  • Therese Johaug NOR

    Johaug dominant in her first victory of this Tour de Ski

    Therese Johaug of Norway has always dominated the final climb up Alpe Cermis to end the Tour de Ski,  but today one day before that final climb she put in another dominant performance in the 5 km classic in Val di Fiemme.  

  • Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen (NOR) takes the FIS Tour de Ski Lead

    Astrid Jacobsen (NOR) wins ladies 15 km pursuit free in Toblach

    Astrid Uhrneholdt Jacobsen (NOR) won ladies 15 km pursuit free in Toblach (ITA).


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