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  • 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!

  • Lahti ski jumps

    1000 days for Lahti 2017

    Lahti2017 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships will be opened in 1000 days

  • Ladies podium 10 km F Lahti 2014

    Bjoergen wins 10 km free in Lahti

    Marit Bjoergen of Norway won today's 10 km free technique interval start competition in Lahti, Finland. For Bjoergen it was her 7th win in this technique putting her one behind Katerina Neumannova (CZE) with eight for the most all-time.  In second place was Sweden's Charlotte Kalla +26.9 and in third Therese Johaug (NOR) +27.6.

  • Martin Johnsrud Sundby NOR

    Sundby extends World Cup lead with 15 km win in Lahti

    Martin Johnsrud Sundby has extended his Overall World Cup lead with today's victory in the 15 km free technique interval start competition in Lahti, Finland.  Sweden's Daniel Richardsson took second +10.7 behind the Olympic 50 km champion Alexander Legkov was third +11.2.  

  • Alexander Legkov RUS and Maxim Vylegzhanin RUS

    Did you know? Fun facts for 10/15 km F competition in Lahti

    Therese Johaug is the only currently active athlete with two World Cup wins in distance races in Lahti. Justyna Kowalczyk also has two wins, but she has ended her season due to injury. No female athlete has won more than two distance World Cup events in Lahti.  The 15km freestyle for men is held as a regular World Cup event for the first time in more than one year, since Davos on 17 Feb 2013, when Johan Olsson (SWE) won ahead of Dario Cologna (SUI) and Alexander Legkov (RUS)  

  • Lahti 2014 sprint podium

    Randall and Golberg win Lahti Ski Games sprints

    Historic day in Lahti with two US women on the sprint podium with Kikkan Randall taking the win and Sophie Caldwell in third.  Katja Visnar of Slovenia took second.  In the men's sprint competition Paal Golberg (NOR) recorded his second ever World Cup victory to go along with his 15 km classic win earlier in the season in December.  Alexey Petukhov (RUS) was second and Eirik Brandsdal (NOR) in third.  


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