2006–07 FIS Cross-Country World Cup

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Cross country skiing pictogram.svg 2006–07 FIS Cross-Country World Cup Cross country skiing pictogram.svg
Winner
Men's overall  Tobias Angerer (GER)
Men's sprint  Jens Arne Svartedal (NOR)
Men's distance  Tobias Angerer (GER)
Women's overall  Virpi Kuitunen (FIN)
Women's sprint  Virpi Kuitunen (FIN)
Women's distance  Virpi Kuitunen (FIN)
Nations  Norway
Competitions
Venues 7
Individual events 28
Team events 4

The 2006–07 FIS Cross-Country World Cup is a multi race tournament over a season for cross-country skiers. The season began on 28 October 2006 with 800m sprint races for women in Düsseldorf which was eventually won by Marit Bjørgen of Norway. The World Cup is organised by the FIS who also run world cups and championships in ski jumping, snowboarding and alpine skiing amongst others.

Calendar[edit]

Both men's and women's events tend to be held at the same resorts over a 2 or 3 day period. Listed below is a list of races which equates with the points table further down this page.

The Tour de Ski is a series of events which count towards the World Cup. This starts with the meet at Nové Město and concludes at Val di Fiemme.

Men[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third
1 Germany Düsseldorf 1.5 km F Sprint October 28, 2006 Norway Eldar Rønning Norway Øystein Pettersen Norway Tor Arne Hetland
2 Sweden Gällivare 15 km F Individual November 18, 2006 Norway Ole Einar Bjørndalen Norway Tore Ruud Hofstad Germany Franz Göring
3 Finland Kuusamo 1.2 km C Sprint November 25, 2006 Norway Jens Arne Svartedal Norway Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset Norway Tor Arne Hetland
4 Finland Kuusamo 15 km C Individual November 26, 2006 Norway Eldar Rønning France Vincent Vittoz Sweden Anders Södergren
5 Italy Aosta 1.5 km F Sprint December 8 cancelled
6 Italy Cogne/Val d'Aosta 15 km C + 15 km F Pursuit December 13, 2006 Norway Eldar Rønning Norway Tor Arne Hetland Russia Eugeni Dementiev
7 France La Clusaz 30 km F Mass Start December 16, 2006 Germany Tobias Angerer Russia Alexander Legkov Russia Eugeni Dementiev
8 Czech Republic Nové Město 4 km C Individual December 29, 2006 cancelled
9 Czech Republic Nové Město 15 km F Pursuit December 30, 2006 cancelled
10 Germany München 1.5 km F Sprint December 31, 2006 Switzerland Christoph Eigenmann Canada Devon Kershaw France Roddy Darragon
11 Germany Oberstdorf 10 km C & 10 km F Pursuit January 2, 2007 France Vincent Vittoz Russia Alexander Legkov Germany Tobias Angerer
12 Germany Oberstdorf 15 km C Individual January 3, 2007 Germany Franz Göring Germany René Sommerfeldt Germany Tobias Angerer
13 Italy Asiago 1.2 km F Sprint January 5, 2007 Norway Tor Arne Hetland Sweden Thobias Fredriksson Norway Peter Northug Jr
14 Italy Val di Fiemme 30 km C Mass Start January 6, 2007 Norway Eldar Rønning Russia Ivan Alypov Finland Sami Jauhojärvi
15 Italy Val di Fiemme 15 km F Final Climb January 7, 2007 Germany Tobias Angerer Russia Alexander Legkov Norway Simen Østensen
TdS Overall Tour de Ski[1] Germany Tobias Angerer Russia Alexander Legkov Norway Simen Østensen
16 Russia Rybinsk 30 km F Mass Start January 20, 2007 Russia Alexander Legkov France Emmanuel Jonnier Germany Tobias Angerer
17 Russia Rybinsk 1.2 km F Sprint January 21, 2007 Italy Renato Pasini Russia Nikolai Pankratov Germany Tobias Angerer
18 Estonia Otepää 15 km C Individual January 27, 2007 Germany Axel Teichmann Norway Frode Estil Norway Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset
19 Estonia Otepää 1.2 km C Sprint January 28, 2007 Norway Jens Arne Svartedal Russia Vassili Rotchev United States Torin Koos
20 Switzerland Davos 15 km C Individual February 3, 2007 France Vincent Vittoz
Switzerland Toni Livers
Austria Christian Hoffmann
21 China Changchun 1.3 km C Sprint February 15, 2007 Norway Ola Vigen Hattestad Norway Børre Næss Norway Tor Arne Hetland
22 China Changchun 15 km F Individual February 16, 2007 Germany Tobias Angerer France Vincent Vittoz France Emmanuel Jonnier
23 Finland Lahti 1.4 km F Sprint March 10, 2007 Norway Petter Northug Norway Jens Arne Svartedal Norway Eldar Rønning
24 Finland Lahti 15 km C Individual March 11, 2007 Norway Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset Norway Eldar Rønning Germany Tobias Angerer
25 Norway Drammen 1 km C Sprint March 14, 2007 Norway Børre Næss Sweden Mats Larsson Norway Trond Iversen
26 Norway Oslo 50 km C Individual March 17, 2007 Norway Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset Germany Tobias Angerer Norway Frode Estil
27 Sweden Stockholm 1 km C Sprint March 21, 2007 Russia Michail Devjatiarov Sweden Emil Jönsson Sweden Mats Larsson
28 Sweden Falun 30 km M Pursuit March 24, 2007 Germany Tobias Angerer Sweden Mathias Fredriksson France Emmanuel Jonnier

Team events[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third
1 Germany Düsseldorf Team Sprint 6 x 1.5 km F October 29, 2006 Sweden Sweden I
Björn Lind
Peter Larsson
Norway Norway II
Øystein Pettersen
Eldar Rønning
Italy Italy I
Renato Pasini
Cristian Zorzi
2 Sweden Gällivare Relay 4 x 10 km M November 19, 2006 Germany Germany
Jens Filbrich
Franz Göring
Tobias Angerer
Axel Teichmann
Russia Russia
Nikolay Pankratov
Vassili Rotchev
Alexander Legkov
Yevgeny Dementiev
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Martin Koukal
Lukáš Bauer
Jiří Magál
Milan Šperl
3 France La Clusaz Relay 4 x 10 km M December 17, 2006 Russia Russia I
Vassili Rotchev
Nikolai Pankratov
Alexander Legkov
Yevgeny Dementiev
Norway Norway
Tor Arne Hetland
Eldar Rønning
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
Petter Northug
Germany Germany
Benjamin Seifert
Axel Teichmann
René Sommerfeldt
Tobias Angerer
4 Russia Rybinsk Team sprint C January 21, 2007 Cancelled
5 Switzerland Davos Relay 4 x 10 km M February 4, 2007 Russia Russia
Ivan Babikov
Sergei Novikov
Ilia Chernousov
Sergej Shiriaev
Italy Italy
Valerio Checchi
Giorgio Di Centa
Fabio Santus
Pietro Piller Cottrer
France France
Jean Marc Gaillard
Vincent Vittoz
Emmanuel Jonnier
Alexandre Rousselet
6 Sweden Falun Relay 4 x 10 km M March 25, 2007 Norway Norway I
Øystein Pettersen
Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset
Frode Estil
Petter Northug
Russia Russia
Nikolay Pankratov
Vassili Rotchev
Alexander Legkov
Maxim Vylegzhanin
France France
Christophe Perrillat
Jean Marc Gaillard
Vincent Vittoz
Emmanuel Jonnier

Women[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third
1 Germany Düsseldorf 800m F Sprint October 28, 2006 Norway Marit Bjørgen Russia Natalia Matveeva Norway Ella Gjømle
2 Sweden Gällivare 10 km F Individual November 18, 2006 Czech Republic Kateřina Neumannová Estonia Kristina Šmigun Norway Marit Bjørgen
3 Finland Kuusamo 1.2 km C Sprint November 25, 2006 Slovenia Petra Majdič Finland Virpi Kuitunen Norway Marit Bjørgen
4 Finland Kuusamo 10 km C Individual November 26, 2006 Finland Virpi Kuitunen Norway Marit Bjørgen Estonia Kristina Šmigun
Italy Aosta 1.2 km F Sprint December 8, 2006 cancelled
5 Italy Cogne/Val d'Aosta 10 km C December 13, 2006 Finland Virpi Kuitunen Slovenia Petra Majdič Finland Aino Kaisa Saarinen
6 France La Clusaz 15 km F Mass Start December 16, 2006 Finland Virpi Kuitunen Finland Riitta-Liisa Roponen Italy Arianna Follis
7 Czech Republic Nové Město 3 km C Individual December 29, 2006 cancelled
8 Czech Republic Nové Město 10 km F Pursuit December 30, 2006 cancelled
9 Germany München 800m F Sprint December 31, 2006 Norway Marit Bjørgen Italy Arianna Follis Canada Chandra Crawford
10 Germany Oberstdorf 5 km C & 5 km F Pursuit January 2, 2007 Norway Kristin Størmer Steira Ukraine Valentina Shevchenko Russia Olga Savialova
11 Germany Oberstdorf 10 km C Individual January 3, 2007 Slovenia Petra Majdič Norway Kristin Størmer Steira Finland Virpi Kuitunen
12 Italy Asiago 800m F Sprint January 5, 2007 Finland Virpi Kuitunen Norway Marit Bjørgen Italy Arianna Follis
13 Italy Val di Fiemme 15 km C Mass Start January 6, 2007 Finland Virpi Kuitunen Finland Aino Kaisa Saarinen Norway Marit Bjørgen
14 Italy Val di Fiemme 10 km F Final Climb January 7, 2007 Finland Virpi Kuitunen Norway Marit Bjørgen Ukraine Valentina Shevchenko
TdS Overall Tour de Ski[1] Finland Virpi Kuitunen Norway Marit Bjørgen Ukraine Valentina Shevchenko
15 Russia Rybinsk 15 km F Mass Start January 20, 2007 Finland Riita Liisa Roponen Czech Republic Kateřina Neumannová Finland Aino Kaisa Saarinen
16 Russia Rybinsk 1.2 km Sprint Free January 21, 2007 Italy Arianna Follis Germany Claudia Künzel-Nystad United States Kikkan Randall
17 Estonia Otepää 10 km C Individual January 27, 2007 Poland Justyna Kowalczyk Finland Virpi Kuitunen Ukraine Valentina Shevchenko
18 Estonia Otepää 1 km C Sprint January 28, 2007 Finland Virpi Kuitunen Norway Astrid Jacobsen Russia Evgenia Shapovalova
19 Switzerland Davos 10 km F Individual February 3, 2007 Finland Virpi Kuitunen Russia Olga Savialova Norway Marit Bjørgen
20 China Changchun 1.1 km C Sprint February 15, 2007 Russia Evgenia Shapovalova Russia Natalia Matveeva Norway Guro Strøm Solli
21 China Changchun 10 km F Individual February 16, 2007 Czech Republic Kateřina Neumannová France Karine Philippot Kazakhstan Svetlana Malahova
22 Finland Lahti 1.2 km F Sprint March 10, 2007 Finland Virpi Kuitunen Finland Riita Liisa Roponen Sweden Anna Dahlberg
23 Finland Lahti 10 km C Individual March 11, 2007 Estonia Kristina Šmigun Russia Olga Savialova Germany Viola Bauer
24 Norway Drammen 1.2 km C Sprint March 14, 2007 Finland Virpi Kuitunen Slovenia Petra Majdič Finland Aino Kaisa Saarinen
25 Norway Oslo 30 km C Individual March 17, 2007 Finland Aino Kaisa Saarinen Finland Virpi Kuitunen Slovenia Petra Majdič
26 Sweden Stockholm 1 km C Sprint March 21, 2007 Slovenia Petra Majdič Finland Virpi Kuitunen Sweden Anna Dahlberg
27 Sweden Falun 15 km M Pursuit March 24, 2007 Norway Marit Bjørgen Czech Republic Kateřina Neumannová Norway Therese Johaug

Team events[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third
1 Germany Düsseldorf Team Sprint 6 x 0.8 km F October 29, 2006 Norway Norway I
Ella Gjømle
Marit Bjørgen
Sweden Sweden I
Britta Norgren
Lina Andersson
Finland Finland II
Virpi Kuitunen
Aino Kaisa Saarinen
2 Sweden Gällivare Relay 4 x 5 km M November 19, 2006 Norway Norway
Vibeke Skofterud
Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen
Kristin Størmer Steira
Marit Bjørgen
Germany Germany
Manuela Henkel
Katrin Zeller
Evi Sachenbacher Stehle
Claudia Künzel
Finland Finland
Kirsi Välimaa
Virpi Kuitunen
Riitta-Liisa Roponen
Aino Kaisa Saarinen
3 France La Clusaz Relay 4 x 5 km M December 17, 2006 Germany Germany
Stefanie Böhler
Viola Bauer
Claudia Künzel-Nystad
Evi Sachenbacher Stehle
Sweden Sweden
Lina Andersson
Sara Lindborg
Charlotte Kalla
Britta Norgren
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Helena Erbenova
Kamila Rajdlová
Ivana Janečková
Kateřina Neumannová
4 Russia Rybinsk Team sprint C January 21, 2007 cancelled
5 Switzerland Davos Relay 4 x 5 km M February 4, 2007 Sweden Sweden
Lina Andersson
Anna Karin Strömstedt
Charlotte Kalla
Britta Norgren
Norway Norway I
Astrid Jacobsen
Vibeke Skofterud
Kristin Størmer Steira
Marit Bjørgen
Finland Finland
Pirjo Manninen
Aino Kaisa Saarinen
Kati Venäläinen
Riitta-Liisa Roponen
6 Sweden Falun Relay 4 x 5 km M March 25, 2007 Germany Germany
Stefanie Böhler
Viola Bauer
Evi Sachenbacher Stehle
Claudia Künzel-Nystad
Finland Finland I
Pirjo Manninen
Virpi Kuitunen
Riitta-Liisa Roponen
Aino Kaisa Saarinen
Sweden Sweden I
Anna Dahlberg
Maria Rydqvist
Charlotte Kalla
Britta Norgren

World Cup Points[edit]

Below are tables showing the number of points won in the 2006-2007 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup for men and women.

Men[edit]

Pos Skier 1 2 3 4 6 7 8-15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Pts
1 Germany Tobias Angerer 4 8 13 1 1 3 3 6 1 9 3 2 1 1131
2 Russia Alexander Legkov 7 12 22 2 2 1 25 26 578
3 Norway Eldar Rønning 1 8 1 1 17 26 17 3 2 22 556
4 Norway Tor Arne Hetland 3 3 7 2 15 5 15 20 3 18 17 522
5 Norway Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset 2 11 4 3 16 1 7 1 17 479
6 France Vincent Vittoz 30 2 9 14 19 7 1= 2 10 5 463
7 Norway Petter Northug 11 24 4 5 1 7 12 23 442
8 Norway Jens Arne Svartedal 15 1 19 15 21 1 21 2 18 12 386
9 Finland Sami Jauhojärvi 25 22 8 8 26 7 17 8 27= 24 8 13 5 382
10 Norway Frode Estil 16 6 11 2 4 3 6 381
11 Norway Simen Østensen 3 30 5 5 19 14 361
12 Sweden Mathias Fredriksson 27 4 14 11 14 13 27= 13 14 17 19 2 336
13 Germany Franz Göring 3 6 4 6 24 317
14 Russia Yevgeny Dementiev 18 3 3 8 9 24 18 26 315
15 Sweden Anders Södergren 3 5 4 16 23 11 4 297
16 Russia Nikolai Pankratov 29 13 10 23 2 11 7 13 294
17 Germany René Sommerfeldt 8 15 6 20 8 11 15 4 269
18 Germany Axel Teichmann 6 7 5 1 22 8 262
19 Germany Jens Filbrich 9 9 12 12 9 19 29 15 29 250
20 Sweden Emil Jönsson 6 6 7 7 4 2 246
21 France Emmanuel Jonnier 16 26 2 28 3 3 238
22 Norway Trond Iversen 9 4 13 12 4 10 3 9 218
23 Russia Vassili Rotchev 10 17 4 15 2 17 17 214
24 Norway Børre Næss 13 2 29 1 24 209
25 Sweden Mats Larsson 16 10 23 2 3 18 202
25 Estonia Jaak Mae 5 26 5 5 6 12 202
27 Russia Sergej Shiriaev 12 10 7 4 200
28 Norway Øystein Pettersen 2 9 16 19 11 11 184
29 Czech Republic Jiří Magál 12 29 13 8 18 9 178
30 Norway Ola Vigen Hattestad 30 23 1 22 21 4 177

Women[edit]

Pos Skier 1 2 3 4 5 6 7-14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Pts
1 Finland Virpi Kuitunen 12 13 2 1 1 1 1 5 4 2 1 1 1 12 1 2 2 28 1510
2 Norway Marit Bjørgen 1 3 3 2 17 2 4 19 3 8 16 10 19 1 941
3 Czech Republic Kateřina Neumannová 24 1 4 5 4 5 2 6 4 1 6 7 7 2 894
4 Slovenia Petra Majdič 10 8 1 7 2 8 6 15 9 11 4 6 2 3 1 26 844
5 Finland Aino Kaisa Saarinen 17 17 8 8 3 7 4 3 16 6 6 17 9 5 3 1 11 6 826
6 Finland Riita Liisa Roponen 9= 12 8 2 13 1 13 15 2 9 5 16 548
7 Ukraine Valentina Shevchenko 4 6 9 6 3 3 25 12 23 12 11 541
8 Poland Justyna Kowalczyk 18 27 4 27 11 1 7 5 11 10 7 6 21 484
9 Germany Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle 7 19 16 18 25 9 8 9 10 25= 9 8 19 16 27 4 438
10 Italy Arianna Follis 5 14 18 30= 3 16 10 1 21 5 25 28 29 8 419
11 Estonia Kristina Šmigun 2 3 10 15 7 21 1 8 5 405
12 Russia Olga Savialova 9= 15 14 25 14 8 2 2 9 7 398
13 Germany Claudia Künzel-Nystad 23 16 15 21 28 17 19 22 2 14 28 8 14 17 17 4 13 369
14 Norway Kristin Størmer Steira 12 19 5 7 23 7 4 11 10 367
15 Norway Vibeke Skofterud 5 27 5 6 19 9 7 19 14 13 15 364
16 Germany Viola Bauer 26 13 15 10 16 27 10 16 3 14 20 10 18 333
17 Russia Natalia Matveeva 2 23 5 24 4 2 13= 23 18 9 311
18 France Karine Philippot 21 22 20 14 12 19 6 2 24 19 287
19 Italy Marianna Longa 11 22 13 15 17 18 5 18 21 6 9 281
20 Sweden Lina Andersson 4 7 30= 9 5 10 5 6 12 272
21 Sweden Anna Dahlberg 14 6 3 15 4 3 20 255
22 Russia Natalia Korosteleva 15 11 28 11 24 23 11 7 9 22 30 18 218
23 Russia Evgenia Shapovalova 13 14 3 1 18 26 216
24 Norway Astrid Jacobsen 25 4 17 2 4 17 214
25 Germany Stefanie Böhler 18 10 21 11 6 17 11 20 21 17 23 213
26 Norway Ella Gjømle 3 30 6 14 28 16 12 13 27 23 191
27 Finland Mona-Lisa Malvalehto 6 5 8 5 13 182
28 Russia Alena Sidko 29 22 29 21 25 12 5 10 12 23 14 176
29 Finland Pirjo Manninen 22 25 19 26 22 11 17 21 29 5 29 165
30 United States Kikkan Randall 12 3 7 7 30 155

The first place skier gets 100 points, second gets 80, 3rd - 60, 4th - 50, 5th - 45, 6th - 40, 7th - 36, 8th - 32, 9th - 29, 10th - 26, 11th - 24, 12th - 22, 13th - 20, 14th - 18, 15th - 16, 16th - 15... and from then on all the way to 30th - 1 point.

11 distance events and five sprint events count in the World Cup final standings.

Nations Cup[edit]

This is the sum of all individual points scored plus points for relay events. Relays count double (200 to the winner), while two teams may be counted for team sprints.

Pos Nation Points Men's (Rk) Women's (Rk)
1  Norway 849 522 (1) 327 (1)
2  Sweden 380 174 (3) 206 (2)
3  Germany 337 201 (2) 136 (4)
4  Italy 245 130 (4) 115 (6)
5  Finland 208 33 (9) 175 (3)
6  Russia 177 42 (7) 135 (5)
7  Switzerland 139 74 (5) 65 (8)
8  Slovenia 88 88 (7)
9  France 87 50 (6) 37 (10)
10  Japan 72 29 (12) 42 (9)
11  Estonia 51 41 (8) 10 (14)
12  Czech Republic 40 33 (9) 7 (15)
13  Austria 35 22 (13) 13 (13)
14  United States 32 32 (11)
15  Belarus 31 31 (11)
16  China 30 10 (15) 20 (12)
17  Poland 15 15 (14)

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b No World Cup points are awarded for individual wins in Tour de Ski. However, quadruple World Cup points are available for the winner.