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22.-24.03.19
QUÉBEC
CANADA

MEN | Pursuit | 24.03.2019

With triple victory to overall World Cup success

Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) secured the overall World Cup thanks to a threefold success at the last World Cup weekend of the season. The young Norwegian showed his unbelievable class and won in the sprint, as well as in the mass start and in the pursuit. Klæbo manages to defend the big crystal globe and crowns his great season. 12 World Cup victories, 3 gold medals at the World Championships, winner of the Tour de Ski. The 22-year-old's winter was a succession of success stories.

MEN | Pursuit | 24.03.2019
MEN | MASSSTART | 23.03.2019
MEN | SPRINT | 22.03.2019
16.-17.03.19
FALUN
SWEDEN

MEN | Distance | 17.03.2019

Tønseth gets third at 15 km

In the distance race over 15 km in the Swedish city of Falun Didrik Tønseth (NOR) made it onto the podium again. With a strong performance, the 27-year-old gets third for the fifth time this season. Simen Hegstad Krüger (NOR) also had a great race and finished sixth.

MEN | Distance | 17.03.2019

MEN | SPRINT | 16.03.2019

Klæbo remains unbeatable in sprint

Thanks to the sprint victory, Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) continues to lead the overall World Cup ahead of the seasonfinal in Quebec. The young Norwegian is already winning his 11th race this season and can gild his outstanding season next weekend. Sindre Bjørnestad Skar (NOR) finished on a great third place and is on the podium for the 4th time this season.

MEN | SPRINT | 16.03.2019
12.03.19
DRAMMEN
NORWAY

MEN | SPRINT | 12.03.2019

Klæbo is leading overall World Cup standings again

At the sprint event in Drammen everything was set-up for a further victory of the triple world champion Johannes Høsflot Klæbo. And the 22-year-old delivered. Almost without any problems and with a lead of 0.89 seconds, the young Norwegian secured his 10th World Cup victory this season and is now back on top of the overall World Cup standings.

 

MEN | SPRINT | 12.03.2019

LADIES | SPRINT | 12.03.2019

Another second place for Jacobsen

Two weeks after her second place at the World Championships in Seefeld, Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen (NOR) gains another podium position. In a tight and exciting final, the 32-year-old showed her entire class and secured silver in the final sprint.

LADIES | SPRINT | 12.03.2019
19.02-03.03.19
FIS NORDIC WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019
SEEFELD (AUT)

MEN | RELAY | NORWAY | 01.03.2019

Norway gets relay gold

The Norwegian men's relay secured gold as expected. In a surprisingly close competition, the Norwegians secured first place thanks to their final runner Johannes Høsflot Klæbo. The 22-year-old superstar incrased the pace in the last lap and finally finished 40 seconds ahead.

MEN | RELAY | NORWAY | 01.03.2019

Ladies | Relay | NORWAY | 28.02.2019

Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen wins Relay-Silver

The women's relay race was thrilling until the end. Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen and her team showed a fantastic fight but had to settle for the silver medal in the end. The German team with Victoria Carl and Katharina Henning grew beyond themselves and stayed in the top group for a long time. In the end, the young team had to let go, but can be happy about an excellent fourth place.

Ladies | Relay | NORWAY | 28.02.2019

TEAM | TEAM SPRINT | NORWAY | 24.02.2019

Klaebo World Champion in team sprint

The superstar of Nordic World Ski Championships in Seefeld has a name: Johannes Høsflot Klæbo! In a tight final the 22-years-old Norwegian showed again a great performance in the last lap and secured gold for Team Norway.

TEAM | TEAM SPRINT | NORWAY | 24.02.2019

MEN | SPRINT | Johannes Høsflot Klæbo | 19.02.2019

Golden start for Johannes Klæbo at Nordic World Ski Championships

Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) is the new sprint World Champion. The very tactical final developed into a final sprint of the two favorites. The 22-year old showed his unrivalled class and was unbeatable during the last meters. It is his first gold medal in a World Championship.

MEN | SPRINT | Johannes Høsflot Klæbo | 19.02.2019

Ladies | SPRINT | Mari Eide | 19.02.2019

Marie Eide won bronze

Marie Eide from Norway won the first LEKI-medal at the Nordic World Ski Championships in Seefeld. In the final heat she was able to advance to the 3rd place and secured the bronze medal. Completely surprisingly, Victoria Carl made it to the final. In the end, the 23-year-old German could celebrate a very good 5th place.

Ladies | SPRINT | Mari Eide | 19.02.2019
16.-17.02.19
COGNE
ITALY

Ladies | Distance | 17.02.2019

Women 10km Classic
1. Kerttu Niskanen (FIN)
6. Victoria Carl (GER)

Ladies | Distance | 17.02.2019
09.-10.02.19
LAHTI
FINLAND

MEN | TEAMSPRINT | 10.02.2019

LEKI-Triple in men Teamsprint

Together with his teammate, Norwegian Johannes Høsflot Klæbo secured his second victory this weekend. Sindre Bjørnestad Skar finished second with Team Norway II. Shortly after the two norwegain teams, Ristomatti Hakola with Team Finland finished the race.

MEN | TEAMSPRINT | 10.02.2019

Ladies | TEAMSPRINT | 10.02.2019

Settlin gets another medal

After her second place in Ulricehamn a few days ago, Evelina Settlin (SWE) secures an other podium. together with her teammate, the young swede ranked third.

Ladies | TEAMSPRINT | 10.02.2019

MeN | SPRINT | 09.02.2019

Klæbo wins Sprint

Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) made it to the final without any problems and then took the lead as usual. It's already his 8th World Cup victory this season.

MeN | SPRINT | 09.02.2019
16.-27.01.19
ULRICEHAMN
SWEDEN

Ladies | Relay | 27.01.2019

3 LEKI Ladies on Podium

On next day the relays followed, where again Astrid Jacobssen showed a strong race with the Norwegian relay. Heavy snowfalls and hard wind made the race even more difficult. Norway took the victory in front of Sweden with Evelina Settlin and Finland with Riitta Liisa Roponen, who is since more than 10 years a strong member of relay races.

Ladies | Relay | 27.01.2019

Men | Relay | 27.01.2019

Krüger and Toenseth lead Norway to 3rd place

The mens‘ relay was an exciting fight between the big Nordic nations – In the end it was again Simen Hegstad Krüger and Didrik Toenseth who took the 3rd rank on podium with team Norway.

Men | Relay | 27.01.2019

Ladies | Distance | 26.01.2019

Jacobssen finished 2nd

In womens‘ 10km race the experienced Astrid Uhrenhold Jacobssen (NOR) managed the conditions quite well and ended up with a fantastic 2nd place. She had to wait quite a while to get on podium and was super happy with this result.

Ladies | Distance | 26.01.2019

MEN | DISTANCE | 26.01.2019

Big Cross Country party in Sweden

With more than 50.000 spectators, Ulricehamn showed again a fantastic Wolrdcup scenery. In mens‘ 15km FT race podium turned into red and yellow colors twice: Simen Hegstad Krüger (NOR) had a strong fight for winning the race and was beaten by a few seconds to take 2nd rank. On 3rd rank his teammate Didrik Toensth (NOR) made it again on podium.

MEN | DISTANCE | 26.01.2019
19.-20.01.19
OTEPÄÄ
ESTONIA

MEN | DISTANCE | 20.01.2019

Toenseth secures 3rd place in Otepää

On next day’s 15km Classic race it was again Norway in combination with LEKI: Classic specialist Didrik Toenseth perfomed strong in the track and took the 3rd rank. 

MEN | DISTANCE | 20.01.2019

MEN | SPRINT | 19.01.2019

Klaebo remains unstoppable

With Otepää (EST) the Cross Country Wolrdcup stopped in a very traditional place for its next Worldcup. The sprint competitions were again dominated by Johannes Klaebo (NOR) who took the lead in the final heat for winning the race. 

MEN | SPRINT | 19.01.2019
12.-13.01.19
DRESDEN
GERMANY

Ladies | Team Sprint | 13.01.2019

Mari Eide gains podium in team sprint

In women's team sprint, Mari Eide (NOR) and her partner secured third place. After an unbelievably exciting race and an extremely narrow finish sprint, the 29-year-old can justifiably enjoy the podium.

Ladies | Team Sprint | 13.01.2019

Men | Sprint & Team Sprint | 12.-13.01.2019

Sindre Bjørnestad Skar with a strong performance in Dresden

For the second time, the cross-country World Cup came to Dresden. Sindre Bjørnestad Skar (NOR) managed to qualify for the sprint final by a good and combative performance. There, the Norwegian was able to take the lead through a very strong final lap and then maintain it even beyond the finish line.

On sundays' team sprints it was again Sindre Bjørnestad Skar, who became first. Together with his teammate the 26-year-old succeeded to gain an other victory.

Men | Sprint & Team Sprint | 12.-13.01.2019
05.-06.01.19
VAL DIE FIEMME
ITALY

MEN | FINAL CLIMB | 06.01.2019

Tour De Ski 2019: Klæbo and Krüger on podium

The most complete Cross Country skier – that’s the hidden title of the Tour De Ski. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) won 5 of 7 races of this impressive ski week held in 4 places of Italy, Switzerland and Germany. The sprint specialist did also fantastic distance races including a super strong final climb on top of the Alpe Cermis in Italian Val Di Fiemme. This extraordinary format desires the highest performance level of an athlete as they need to ski up a ski slope. Klaebo was visible exhausted when reaching the finish line as first athlete in this high valued starting field. On 3rd rank Simen Hegstad Krüger (NOR) finished with a strong last race and filled up the podium as second LEKI athlete. Also a very strong week showed Florian Notz (GER) with in the end rank 11, but with 6th-best time at the final climb.

MEN | FINAL CLIMB | 06.01.2019

MEN | DISTANCE | 05.01.2019

Klæbo also wins the distance race

Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) proves in the 15 km mass race of Val di Fiemme that he is more than just a sprinter. The Norwegian shows that he has become a complete cross-country skier. Klæbo remained in the lead group throughout the whole race and then decisively prevailing in the final spurt. This secured the 22-year-old his 20th World Cup victory.

MEN | DISTANCE | 05.01.2019
02.-03.01.19
OBERSTDORF
GERMANY

MEN | PURSUIT | 03.01.2019

Klæbo wins again and leads the Tour de Ski

One day after ninth place in mass start, Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) climbed back to the top. In the pursuit, the young Norwegian drove a tactically smart race and won it in the end superior. Sindre Bjørnestad Skar and Simen Hegstad Krüger also performed well, but unfortunally missed the podium. With 4th and 5th place, the two Norwegians collected important points for the Tour de Ski overall standings. Calle Halfvarsson finished (SWE) in seventh place and can be satisfied with his performance.

MEN | PURSUIT | 03.01.2019
01.01.19
VAL MÜSTAIR
SWITZERLAND

MEN | SPRINT | 01.01.2019

Third sprint victory in a row - Klæbo dominates

He did it again. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) wins the third sprint worldcup in a row. The young Norwegian remained in wait until the last lap and then attacked in the typical manner for him. Klæbo took the lead and with over 2 seconds ahead, he secured his next World Cup victory. His team-mate Sindre Bjørnestad Skar finished sixth.

 

MEN | SPRINT | 01.01.2019
29.-30.12.19
TOBLACH

ITALY

MEN | DISTANCE | 30.12.2018

Krüger celebrates top position in distance race

Norway's Simen Hegstad Krüger took second place in the 15 km distance race in Toblach. The 25-year-old could celebrate his fifth World Cup podium. In fifth place was Didrik Tønseth, another Norwegian. Calle Halfvarsson from Sweden and Florian Notz from Germany took the places 8 and 9.

MEN | DISTANCE | 30.12.2018

MEN | SPRINT | 28.12.2018

Klæbo sprints to 1st place

Just in time for the start of the Tour de Ski, Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) gets in form. The Norwegian, who had his problems at the beginning of the season, gets stronger with every race. In a close final, the 22-year-old prevailed in the final sprint and thus won the second Sprint World Cup in a row. His team-mate Sindre Bjørnestad Skar finished fourth and narrowly missed the podium by 37 hundredths.

MEN | SPRINT | 28.12.2018
15.-16.12.19
DAVOS
SWITZERLAND

Men | Sprint | 15.12.2018

Klæbo is back on podium

After two Worldcups which came different then expected, Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR) showed a great performance through all heats at Sprint Worldcup in Davos and could win the great final by showing his strong sprint experience.

Men | Sprint | 15.12.2018
30.11.-02.12.19
LILLEHAMMER
NORWAY

Men | Sprint, Distance, Pursuit | 24.11.2018

Didrik Tønseth is the man of the weekend!

Sindre Bjørnestad Skar (NOR) finished fourth. Swede Calle Halfversson came in ninth, Johannes Høsflot Klæboe (NOR) stayed behind expectations and became eleventh.

The norwegian Didrik Tønseth took 2nd place at the 15 km race on Saturday. His countryman Simen Hegstad Krüger became 8th.

In the classic pursuit race Didrik Tønseth (NOR) crowned his weekend with the first place. Secret winner of the day was the young German Janosch Brugger, who made day’s minimun time by starting as Nr. 46 and finished on rank 17.

Men | Sprint, Distance, Pursuit | 24.11.2018
Men | Sprint, Distance, Pursuit | 24.11.2018
24.-25.11.19
RUKA
FINLAND

Men | Distance | 25.11.2018

LEKI newcomer Halfvarsson with great third place

In the distance race over 15 km LEKI newcomer Calle Halfvarsson (SWE) took third place. In a highly competitive race, the Norwegians Johannes Høsflot Klæbo and Didrik Tønseth finished ninth and tenth.

 

Men | Distance | 25.11.2018

Men | Sprint | 24.11.2018

Nordic Opening in Ruka

After exciting preliminaries in the prologue, quarter and semi-final, the Norwegian sprint star Johannes Høsflot Klæbo missed his first victory due to a reckless mistake. On the final meters the young norwegian slows down to early and gets overtaken just before the finish line.

 

Men | Sprint | 24.11.2018