1989–90 FIS Cross-Country World Cup

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The 1989–90 FIS Cross-Country World Cup started at Soldier Hollow, USA, on 9 December 1989 and finished in Vang, Norway, on 17 March 1990. Vegard Ulvang of Norway won the overall men's cup, and Larissa Lazutina of the Soviet Union won the women's.

Men[edit]

Place Skier Country Points
1. Vegard Ulvang Norway 145
2. Gunde Svan Sweden 144
3. Bjørn Dæhli Norway 118
4. Jochen Behle West Germany 88
5. Christer Majbäck Sweden 86
6. Torgny Mogren Sweden 76
7. Vladimir Smirnov Soviet Union 74
8. Terje Langli Norway 52
9. Jan Ottosson Sweden 48
10. Lars Håland Sweden 43

Women[edit]

Place Skier Country Points
1. Larisa Lazutina Soviet Union 146
2. Yelena Välbe Soviet Union 137
3. Trude Dybendahl Norway 136
4. Svetlana Nagejkina Soviet Union 134
5. Manuela Di Centa Italy 126
6. Lyubov Yegorova Soviet Union 94
7. Volkova Tisjonova Soviet Union 76
8. Stefania Belmondo Italy 66
9. Jaana Savolainen Finland 52
10. Tuulikki Pyykönen Finland 47