2011–12 FIS Cross-Country World Cup

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Winner
Men's overall  Dario Cologna (SUI)
Men's sprint  Teodor Peterson (SWE)
Men's distance  Dario Cologna (SUI)
Women's overall  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)
Women's sprint  Kikkan Randall (USA)
Women's distance  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)
Nations  Norway

2011–12 FIS Cross-Country World Cup was a multi-race tournament over the season for cross-country skiers. This season's biggest event was the Tour de Ski, as there were no World Championships or Olympic Games.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Individual events[edit]

source:[1]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
1 Norway Sjusjøen[nb 1] 15 km F Individual 19 November 2011  Johan Olsson (SWE)  Petter Northug (NOR)  Roland Clara (ITA) [1]
Nordic Opening (25 November 2011 until 27 November 2011)
2 Finland Kuusamo Sprint C 25 November 2011  Teodor Peterson (SWE)  Nikita Kriukov (RUS)  Øystein Pettersen (NOR) [2]
10 km F Individual 26 November 2011  Petter Northug (NOR)  Roland Clara (ITA)  Maurice Manificat (FRA) [3]
15 km C Handicap Start 27 November 2011  Alexey Poltoranin (KAZ)  Eldar Rønning (NOR)  Daniel Richardsson (SWE) [4]
Nordic Opening – Final Standings  Petter Northug (NOR)  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Eldar Rønning (NOR) [5]
End of Nordic Opening
3 Germany Düsseldorf Sprint F 3 December 2011  Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR)  Alexey Petukhov (RUS)  Pål Golberg (NOR) [6]
4 Switzerland Davos 30 km F Individual[3] 10 December 2011  Petter Northug (NOR)  Maurice Manificat (FRA)  Lukáš Bauer (CZE) [7]
5 Sprint F 11 December 2011  Alexey Petukhov (RUS)  Teodor Peterson (SWE)  Emil Jönsson (SWE) [8]
6 Slovenia Rogla 15 km C Mass Start 17 December 2011  Petter Northug (NOR)  Dario Cologna (SWI)  Alexey Poltoranin (KAZ) [9]
7 Sprint F 18 December 2011  Dario Cologna (SWI)  Nikolay Morilov (RUS)  Anders Gløersen (NOR) [10]
Tour de Ski (29 December 2011 until 8 January 2012)
8 Germany Oberhof 3,75 km F Prologue 29 December 2011  Petter Northug (NOR)  Dario Cologna (SWI)  Maurice Manificat (FRA) [11]
15 km C Handicap Start 30 December 2011  Axel Teichmann (GER)  Petter Northug (NOR)  Dario Cologna (SWI) [12]
Germany Oberstdorf Sprint C 31 December 2011  Nikita Kriukov (RUS)  Alexey Petukhov (RUS)  Nikolay Morilov (RUS) [13]
20 km Pursuit 1 January 2012  Petter Northug (NOR)  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Maxim Vylegzhanin (RUS) [14]
Italy Toblach 5 km C Individual 3 January 2012  Alexander Legkov (RUS)  Eldar Rønning (NOR)  Dario Cologna (SUI) [15]
Sprint F 4 January 2012  Nikolay Morilov (RUS)  Petter Northug (NOR)  Dario Cologna (SUI) [16]
Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo-Toblach 35 km F Handicap Start 5 January 2012  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Petter Northug (NOR)  Alexander Legkov (RUS) [17]
Italy Val di Fiemme 20 km C Mass Start 7 January 2012  Eldar Rønning (NOR)  Alex Harvey (CAN)  Dario Cologna (SUI) [18]
9 km F Final Climb 8 January 2012  Alexander Legkov (RUS)  Maurice Manificat (FRA)  Marcus Hellner (SWE) [19]
Tour de Ski – Final Standings  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Marcus Hellner (SWE)  Petter Northug (NOR) [20]
End of Tour de Ski
9 Italy Milan Sprint F 14 January 2012  Eirik Brandsdal (NOR)  Josef Wenzl (GER)  Teodor Peterson (SWE) [21]
10 Estonia Otepää Sprint C 21 January 2012  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR)  Eirik Brandsdal (NOR) [22]
11 15 km C Individual 22 January 2012  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Lukáš Bauer (CZE)  Devon Kershaw (CAN) [23]
12 Russia Moscow Sprint F 2 February 2012  Teodor Peterson (SWE)  Anders Gløersen (NOR)  Devon Kershaw (CAN) [24]
13 Russia Rybinsk 15 km F Mass Start 4 February 2012  Devon Kershaw (CAN)  Ilia Chernousov (RUS)  Tobias Angerer (GER) [25]
14 30 km Pursuit 5 February 2012  Maxim Vylegzhanin (RUS)  Ilia Chernousov (RUS)  Tobias Angerer (GER) [26]
15 Czech Republic Nové Město 30 km C Mass Start 11 February 2012  Johan Olsson (SWE)  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Maxim Vylegzhanin (RUS) [27]
16 Poland Szklarska Poręba Sprint F 17 February 2012  Devon Kershaw (CAN)  Nikolay Morilov (RUS)  Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR) [28]
17 15 km C Individual 18 February 2012  Johan Olsson (SWE)  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Alexander Legkov (RUS) [29]
18 Finland Lahti 30 km Pursuit 3 March 2012  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Martin Johnsrud Sundby (NOR)  Alex Harvey (CAN) [30]
19 Sprint C 4 March 2012  Emil Jönsson (SWE)  Teodor Peterson (SWE)  Nikita Kriukov (RUS) [31]
20 Norway Drammen Sprint C 7 March 2012  Eirik Brandsdal (NOR)  Len Valjas (CAN)  Pål Golberg (NOR) [32]
21 Norway Oslo 50 km C Mass Start 10 March 2012  Eldar Rønning (NOR)  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Martin Johnsrud Sundby (NOR) [33]
World Cup Final (14 March 2012 until 18 March 2012)
22 Sweden Stockholm Sprint C 14 March 2012  Eirik Brandsdal (NOR)  Teodor Peterson (SWE)  Len Valjas (CAN) [34]
Sweden Falun 3.75 km F Individual 16 March 2012  Alex Harvey (CAN)  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Devon Kershaw (CAN) [35]
15 km C Mass Start 17 March 2012  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Eldar Rønning (NOR)  Len Valjas (CAN) [36]
15 km F Handicap Start 18 March 2012  Petr Sedov (RUS)  Alex Harvey (CAN)  Roland Clara (ITA) [37]
World Cup Final – Final Standings  Dario Cologna (SUI)  Devon Kershaw (CAN)  Niklas Dyrhaug (NOR) [38]

Team events[edit]

source:[1]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
1 Norway Sjusjøen[nb 1] 4 x 10 km relay 20 November 2011  Norway I
Eldar Rønning
Finn Hågen Krogh
Lars Berger
Petter Northug
 Norway III
John Kristian Dahl
Ronny Fredrik Ansnes
Morten Eilifsen
Sjur Røthe
 Sweden
Marcus Hellner
Daniel Rickardsson
Johan Olsson
Calle Halfvarsson
[39]
2 Germany Düsseldorf Team Sprint F 4 December 2011  Sweden I
Jesper Modin
Teodor Peterson
 Russia I
Nikita Kriukov
Alexey Petukhov
 Norway I
Pål Golberg
Ola Vigen Hattestad
[40]
3 Italy Milan Team Sprint F 15 January 2012  Russia I
Alexey Petukhov
Nikolay Morilov
 Sweden I
Calle Halfvarsson
Teodor Peterson
 Italy I
David Hofer
Fulvio Scola
[41]
4 Czech Republic Nové Město 4 x 10 km relay 12 February 2012  Norway I
Eldar Rønning
Niklas Dyrhaug
Martin Johnsrud Sundby
Petter Northug
 Russia I
Dmitriy Japarov
Stanislav Volzhentsev
Konstantin Glavatskikh
Maxim Vylegzhanin
 Sweden
Daniel Rickardsson
Johan Olsson
Anders Södergren
Marcus Hellner
[42]

Women[edit]

Individual events[edit]

source:[1]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
1 Norway Sjusjøen[nb 1] 10 km F Individual 19 November 2011  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Charlotte Kalla (SWE)  Vibeke Skofterud (NOR) [43]
Nordic Opening (25 November 2011 until 27 November 2011)
2 Finland Kuusamo Sprint C 25 November 2011  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Charlotte Kalla (SWE)  Vibeke Skofterud (NOR) [44]
5 km F Individual 26 November 2011  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Charlotte Kalla (SWE)  Vibeke Skofterud (NOR) [45]
10 km C Handicap Start 27 November 2011  Therese Johaug (NOR)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Vibeke Skofterud (NOR) [46]
Nordic Opening – Final Standings  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Therese Johaug (NOR)  Vibeke Skofterud (NOR) [47]
End of Nordic Opening
3 Germany Düsseldorf Sprint F 3 December 2011  Kikkan Randall (USA)  Natalia Matveeva (RUS)  Laurien Van Der Graaff (SUI) [48]
4 Switzerland Davos 15 km F Individual[3] 10 December 2011  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Vibeke Skofterud (NOR)  Therese Johaug (NOR) [49]
5 Sprint F 11 December 2011  Kikkan Randall (USA)  Natalia Matveeva (RUS)  Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR) [50]
6 Slovenia Rogla 10 km C Mass Start 17 December 2011  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Therese Johaug (NOR)  Vibeke Skofterud (NOR) [51]
7 Sprint F 18 December 2011  Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR)  Chandra Crawford (CAN)  Ida Ingemarsdotter (SWE) [52]
Tour de Ski (29 December 2011 until 8 January 2012)
8 Germany Oberhof 2,5 km F Prologue 29 December 2011  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Hanna Brodin (SWE) [53]
10 km C Handicap Start 30 December 2011  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Therese Johaug (NOR)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) [54]
Germany Oberstdorf Sprint C 31 December 2011  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Astrid Jacobsen (NOR) [55]
10 km Pursuit 1 January 2012  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Therese Johaug (NOR) [56]
Italy Toblach 3 km C Individual 3 January 2012  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Astrid Jacobsen (NOR) [57]
Sprint F 4 January 2012  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Kikkan Randall (USA)  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) [58]
Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo-Toblach 15 km F Handicap Start 5 January 2012  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Therese Johaug (NOR) [59]
Italy Val di Fiemme 10 km C Mass Start 7 January 2012  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Charlotte Kalla (SWE) [60]
9 km F Final Climb 8 January 2012  Therese Johaug (NOR)  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) [61]
Tour de Ski – Final Standings  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Therese Johaug (NOR) [62]
End of Tour de Ski
9 Italy Milan Sprint F 14 January 2012  Ida Ingemarsdotter (SWE)  Kikkan Randall (USA)  Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR) [63]
10 Estonia Otepää Sprint C 21 January 2012  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Natalia Matveeva (RUS) [64]
11 10 km C Individual 22 January 2012  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Therese Johaug (NOR) [65]
12 Russia Moscow Sprint F 2 February 2012  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Natalia Korosteleva (RUS)  Anastasia Dotsenko (RUS) [66]
13 Russia Rybinsk 10 km F Mass Start 4 February 2012  Marit Bjoergen (NOR)  Charlotte Kalla (SWE)  Marthe Kristoffersen (NOR) [67]
14 15 km Pursuit 5 February 2012  Therese Johaug (NOR)  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) [68]
15 Czech Republic Nové Město 15 km C Mass Start 11 February 2012  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Therese Johaug (NOR) [69]
16 Poland Szklarska Poręba Sprint F 17 February 2012  Ida Ingemarsdotter (SWE)  Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR)  Kikkan Randall (USA) [70]
17 10 km C Individual 18 February 2012  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Therese Johaug (NOR) [71]
18 Finland Lahti 15 km Pursuit 3 March 2012  Therese Johaug (NOR)  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Heidi Weng (NOR) [72]
19 Sprint C 4 March 2012  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Julia Ivanova (RUS)  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) [73]
20 Norway Drammen Sprint C 7 March 2012  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Astrid Jacobsen (NOR)  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) [74]
21 Norway Oslo 30 km C Mass Start 11 March 2012  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Therese Johaug (NOR) [75]
World Cup Final (14 March 2012 until 18 March 2012)
22 Sweden Stockholm Sprint C 14 March 2012  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Julia Ivanova (RUS)  Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR) [76]
Sweden Falun 2.5 km F Individual 16 March 2012  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Charlotte Kalla (SWE)  Marthe Kristoffersen (NOR) [77]
10 km C Mass Start 17 March 2012  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL)  Heidi Weng (NOR)  Therese Johaug (NOR) [78]
10 km F Handicap Start 18 March 2012  Therese Johaug (NOR)  Charlotte Kalla (SWE)  Heidi Weng (NOR) [79]
World Cup Final – Final Standings  Marit Bjørgen (NOR)  Heidi Weng (NOR)  Charlotte Kalla (SWE) [80]

Team events[edit]

source:[1]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
1 Norway Sjusjøen[nb 1] 4 x 5 km relay 20 November 2011  Norway I
Vibeke Skofterud
Therese Johaug
Kristin Størmer Steira
Marit Bjørgen
 Norway II
Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen
Ingvild Flugstad Østberg
Tora Berger
Marthe Kristoffersen
 Finland
Krista Lahteenmaki
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
Riitta-Liisa Roponen
Riikka Sarasoja-Lilja
[81]
2 Germany Düsseldorf Team Sprint F 4 December 2011  Norway I
Mari Eide
Maiken Caspersen Falla
 United States I
Sadie Bjornsen
Kikkan Randall
 Russia I
Natalia Korosteleva
Natalia Matveeva
[82]
3 Italy Milan Team Sprint F 15 January 2012  Sweden I
Hanna Brodin
Ida Ingemarsdotter
 United States I
Jessica Diggins
Kikkan Randall
 Canada
Perianne Jones
Chandra Crawford
[83]
4 Czech Republic Nové Město 4 x 5 km relay 12 February 2012  Norway I
Vibeke Skofterud
Therese Johaug
Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen
Marit Bjørgen
 Finland
Riikka Sarasoja-Lilja
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
Riitta-Liisa Roponen
Krista Lahteenmaki
 Norway II
Heidi Weng
Ragnhild Haga
Marthe Kristoffersen
Ingvild Flugstad Østberg
[84]

World Cup Standings[edit]

Points[edit]

The table shows the number of points won in the 2011–12 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup for men and women.[4]

Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Individual/Team Sprint 100 80 60 50 45 40 36 32 29 26 24 22 20 18 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
WC Final/Relay 200 160 120 100 90 80 72 64 58 52 48 44 40 36 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2
Tour de Ski 400 320 240 200 180 160 144 128 116 104 96 88 80 72 64 60 56 52 48 44 40 36 32 28 24 20 16 12 8 4
Stage TdS/Stage WC Final 50 46 43 40 37 34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Bonus points 15 12 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1

A skier's best results in all distance races and sprint races counts towards the overall World Cup totals.

All distance races, included individual stages in Tour de Ski and in World Cup Final (which counts as 50% of a normal race), count towards the distance standings. All sprint races, including the sprint races during the Tour de Ski and the first race of the World Cup final (which counts as 50% of a normal race), count towards the sprint standings.

In mass start races bonus points are awarded to the first 10 at each bonus station.

The Nations Cup ranking is calculated by adding each country's individual competitors' scores and scores from team events. Relay events count double (see World Cup final positions), with only one team counting towards the total, while in team sprint events two teams contribute towards the total, with the usual World Cup points (100 to winning team, etc.) awarded.

Men[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[5]
1.  Dario Cologna (SUI) 2216
2.  Devon Kershaw (CAN) 1466
3.  Petter Northug (NOR) 1199
4.  Marcus Hellner (SWE) 1058
5.  Alexander Legkov (RUS) 1000
6.  Alex Harvey (CAN) 974
7.  Maxim Vylegzhanin (RUS) 911
8.  Maurice Manificat (FRA) 768
9.  Ilia Chernousov (RUS) 750
10.  Eldar Rønning (NOR) 675
Pos Athlete Points
11.  Tobias Angerer (GER) 646
12.  Teodor Peterson (SWE) 617
13.  Lukáš Bauer (CZE) 611
14.  Johan Olsson (SWE) 593
15.  Nikolay Morilov (RUS) 524
16.  Niklas Dyrhaug (NOR) 512
17.  Eirik Brandsdal (NOR) 483
18.  Roland Clara (ITA) 463
19.  Martin Johnsrud Sundby (NOR) 449
20.  Alexei Petukhov (RUS) 435
Pos Athlete Points
21.  Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR) 426
22.  Martin Jakš (CZE) 402
23.  Jean-Marc Gaillard (FRA) 382
24.  Petr Sedov (RUS) 379
25.  Jens Filbrich (GER) 370
26.  Alexey Poltoranin (KAZ) 368
27.  Sergey Turychev (RUS) 347
28.  Len Valjas (CAN) 343
29.  Tim Tscharnke (GER) 326
30.  Sjur Røthe (NOR) 319

Distance[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Dario Cologna (SUI) 1052
2.  Devon Kershaw (CAN) 781
3.  Alexander Legkov (RUS) 673
4.  Maxim Vylegzhanin (RUS) 657
5.  Petter Northug (NOR) 619
6.  Ilia Chernousov (RUS) 567
7.  Alex Harvey (CAN) 546
8.  Marcus Hellner (SWE) 536
9.  Maurice Manificat (FRA) 508
10.  Johan Olsson (SWE) 503

Sprint[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Teodor Peterson (SWE) 617
2.  Nikolay Morilov (RUS) 494
3.  Eirik Brandsdal (NOR) 483
4.  Alexei Petukhov (RUS) 435
5.  Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR) 426
6.  Dario Cologna (SUI) 404
7.  Devon Kershaw (CAN) 303
8.  Emil Jönsson (SWE) 277
9.  Pal Golberg (NOR) 258
10.  Nikita Kriukov (RUS) 257

Women[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[6]
1.  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) 2689
2.  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) 2419
3.  Therese Johaug (NOR) 1787
4.  Charlotte Kalla (SWE) 1376
5.  Kikkan Randall (USA) 1307
6.  Marthe Kristoffersen (NOR) 1069
7.  Krista Lähteenmäki (FIN) 940
8.  Aino-Kaisa Saarinen (FIN) 852
9.  Astrid Jacobsen (NOR) 787
10.  Heidi Weng (NOR) 785
Pos Athlete Points
11.  Vibeke Skofterud (NOR) 707
12.  Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR) 703
13.  Katrin Zeller (GER) 631
14.  Kristin Størmer Steira (NOR) 616
15.  Riitta-Liisa Roponen (FIN) 613
16.  Julia Ivanova (RUS) 573
17.  Nicole Fessel (GER) 561
18.  Masako Ishida (JPN) 542
19.  Ingvild Flugstad Østberg (NOR) 539
20.  Natalya Matveyeva (RUS) 487
Pos Athlete Points
21.  Anne Kyllönen (FIN) 487
22.  Ida Ingemarsdotter (SWE) 475
23.  Anna Haag (SWE) 404
24.  Riikka Sarasoja (FIN) 367
25.  Natalya Korostelyova (RUS) 328
26.  Anastasia Dotsenko (RUS) 304
27.  Polina Medvedeva (RUS) 294
28.  Hanna Brodin (SWE) 292
29.  Chandra Crawford (CAN) 280
30.  Valentina Shevchenko (UKR) 280

Distance[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) 1448
2.  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) 1324
3.  Therese Johaug (NOR) 1231
4.  Charlotte Kalla (SWE) 804
5.  Marthe Kristoffersen (NOR) 699
6.  Vibeke Skofterud (NOR) 522
7.  Krista Lähteenmäki (FIN) 492
8.  Aino-Kaisa Saarinen (FIN) 488
9.  Kristin Størmer Steira (NOR) 484
10.  Heidi Weng (NOR) 429

Sprint[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Kikkan Randall (USA) 658
2.  Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR) 536
3.  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) 521
4.  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) 515
5.  Natalya Matveyeva (RUS) 469
6.  Ida Ingemarsdotter (SWE) 416
7.  Chandra Crawford (CAN) 280
8.  Ingvild Flugstad Østberg (NOR) 266
9.  Anne Kyllönen (FIN) 256
10.  Vesna Fabjan (SLO) 252

Nation Cup[edit]

Men[edit]

Pos Nation Points[7]
1.  Russia 6814
2.  Norway 6034
3.  Sweden 3991
4.  Canada 2990
5.   Switzerland 2804
6.  Germany 2133
7.  Italy 2066
8.  France 1762
9.  Finland 1314
10.  Czech Republic 1222

Women[edit]

Pos Nation Points[7]
1.  Norway 10668
2.  Finland 4276
3.  Sweden 3403
4.  Russia 2813
5.  Poland 2489
6.  United States 2211
7.  Germany 1913
8.  France 794
9.  Slovenia 691
10.  Italy 632

Overall[edit]

Pos Nation Points[7]
1.  Norway 16702
2.  Russia 9627
3.  Sweden 7394
4.  Finland 5590
5.  Germany 4046
6.  Canada 3560
7.   Switzerland 3157
8.  United States 2734
9.  Italy 2698
10.  France 2556

Achievements[edit]

First World Cup career victory
  •  Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR), 21, in her 4th season – the WC 7 (Sprint F) in Rogla; first podium was 2008–09 WC 7 (Sprint F) in Düsseldorf
  •  Ida Ingemarsdotter (SWE), 26, in her 9th season – the WC 9 (Sprint F) in Milan; first podium was 2009–10 WC 15 (Sprint C) in Canmore
  •  Teodor Peterson (SWE), 23, in his 4th season – the WC 12 (Sprint F) in Moscow; first podium was 2011–12 WC 5 (Sprint F) in Davos
  •  Devon Kershaw (CAN), 29, in his 9th season – the WC 13 (15 km F Mass Start) in Rybinsk; first podium was 2005–06 WC 19 (Sprint F) in Borlänge
First World Cup podium
  •  Roland Clara (ITA), 29, in his 8th season – no. 3 in the WC 1 (15 km F Individual) in Sjusjoen
  •  Laurien Van Der Graaff (SUI), 24, in her 5th season – no. 3 in the WC 3 (Sprint F) in Düsseldorf
  •  Teodor Peterson (SWE), 23, in his 4th season – no. 2 in the WC 5 (Sprint F) in Davos
  •  Anastasia Dotsenko (RUS), 25, in her 2nd season – no. 3 in the WC 12 (Sprint F) in Moscow
  •  Julia Ivanova (RUS), 26, in her 6th season – no.2 in the WC 19 (Sprint C) in Lahti
  •  Len Valjas (CAN), 23, in his 4th season – no.2 in the WC 20 (Sprint C) in Drammen
Victories in this World Cup (all-time number of victories in parentheses)

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Rescheduled from Beitostølen.[2]

References[edit]