2013–14 FIS Cross-Country World Cup

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Cross country skiing pictogram.svg 2013–14 FIS Cross-Country World Cup Cross country skiing pictogram.svg
Winner
Men's overall  Martin Johnsrud Sundby (NOR)
Men's sprint  Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR)
Men's distance  Martin Johnsrud Sundby (NOR)
Women's overall  Therese Johaug (NOR)
Women's sprint  Kikkan Randall (USA)
Women's distance  Therese Johaug (NOR)
Nations Norway Norway
Competitions
Venues 15
Individual events 16
Team events 3

2013–14 FIS Cross-Country World Cup will be a multi-race tournament over the season for cross-country skiers. The season is scheduled to begin on 29 November 2013 in Kuusamo, Finland and end on 16 March 2014 in Falun, Sweden. The season's biggest event will be 2014 Winter Olympics.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Individual events[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
Nordic Opening (29 November 2013 until 1 December 2013)
1 Finland Kuusamo Sprint C 29 November 2013 Norway Eirik Brandsdal Russia Anton Gafarov Sweden Teodor Peterson [1]
10 km C Individual 30 November 2013 Czech Republic Lukáš Bauer Norway Eldar Rønning Russia Dmitriy Japarov [2]
15 km F Handicap Start 1 December 2013 United States Noah Hoffman France Maurice Manificat Sweden Marcus Hellner [3]
Nordic Opening – Final Standings Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby Russia Maxim Vylegzhanin Russia Alexander Legkov [4]
End of Nordic Opening
2 Norway Lillehammer 15 km C Individual 7 December 2013 Norway Pål Golberg Kazakhstan Alexey Poltoranin Norway Didrik Tønseth [5]
3 Switzerland Davos 30 km F Individual 14 December 2013 France Maurice Manificat Norway Chris Jespersen Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby [6]
4 Sprint F 15 December 2013 Norway Anders Gloeersen Finland Martti Jylhä Russia Sergey Ustiugov [7]
5 Italy Asiago Sprint C 21 December 2013 Russia Nikita Kriukov Kazakhstan Alexey Poltoranin Switzerland Gianluca Cologna [8]
Tour de Ski (28 December 2013 until 5 January 2014)
6 Germany Oberhof 4,5 km F Individual 28 December 2013 Canada Alex Harvey Canada Devon Kershaw Norway Chris Jespersen [9]
Sprint F[10] 29 December 2013 Sweden Calle Halfvarsson Italy Federico Pellegrino Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby [11]
Switzerland Lenzerheide Sprint F 31 December 2013 United States Simeon Hamilton Canada Alex Harvey Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby [12]
15 km C Mass Start 1 January 2014 Kazakhstan Alexey Poltoranin Germany Hannes Dotzler Russia Stanislav Volzhentsev [13]
Italy Cortina-Toblach 35 km F Pursuit 3 January 2014 Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby Norway Petter Northug Canada Alex Harvey [14]
Italy Val di Fiemme 10 km C Individual 4 January 2014 Norway Petter Northug Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby Norway Chris Jespersen [15]
9 km F Final Climb 5 January 2014 Austria Johannes Dürr Norway Chris Jespersen Norway Sjur Røthe [16]
Tour de Ski – Final Standings Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby Norway Chris Jespersen Austria Johannes Dürr [17]
End of Tour de Ski
7 Czech Republic Nové Město Sprint F 11 January 2014 Russia Sergey Ustiugov Italy Federico Pellegrino Russia Alexei Petukhov [18]
8 Poland Szklarska Poręba Sprint F 18 January 2014 Canada Alex Harvey Germany Josef Wenzl France Baptiste Gros [19]
9 15 km C Mass Start 19 January 2014 Russia Maxim Vylegzhanin Russia Evgeniy Belov Kazakhstan Alexey Poltoranin [20]
10 Italy Toblach 15 km C Individual 1 February 2014 Russia Alexander Legkov Switzerland Dario Cologna Sweden Marcus Hellner [21]
11 Sprint F 2 February 2014 Norway Ola Vigen Hattestad Norway Eirik Brandsdal Germany Josef Wenzl [22]
2014 Winter Olympics (7 February 2014 until 23 February 2014)
12 Finland Lahti Sprint F 1 March 2014 Norway Pål Golberg Russia Alexey Petukhov Norway Eirik Brandsdal [23]
13 15 km F Individual 2 March 2014 Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby Sweden Daniel Richardsson Russia Alexander Legkov [24]
14 Norway Drammen Sprint C 5 March 2014 Norway Ola Vigen Hattestad Norway Pål Golberg Italy Maicol Rastelli [25]
15 Norway Oslo 50 km C Mass Start 8 March 2014 Sweden Daniel Richardsson Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby Russia Alexander Legkov [26]
World Cup Final (14 March 2014 until 16 March 2014)
16 Sweden Falun Sprint C 14 March 2014 Sweden Teodor Peterson Sweden Emil Jönsson Sweden Calle Halfvarsson [27]
30 km C/F Skiathlon 15 March 2014 Canada Alex Harvey Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby Russia Alexander Legkov [28]
15 km F Pursuit 16 March 2013 Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby Sweden Marcus Hellner Norway Anders Gløersen [29]
World Cup Final – Final Standings Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby Canada Alex Harvey Russia Alexander Legkov [30]

Team events[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
1 Norway Lillehammer 4 x 7.5 km relay 8 December 2013  Russia I
Dmitriy Japarov
Alexander Bessmertnykh
Alexander Legkov
Maxim Vylegzhanin
 Norway II
Eldar Rønning
Chris Jespersen
Sjur Røthe
Finn Hågen Krogh
 Norway I
Pål Golberg
Didrik Tønseth
Martin Johnsrud Sundby
Petter Northug
[31]
2 Italy Asiago Team Sprint C 22 December 2013  Norway I
Eldar Rønning
Ola Vigen Hattestad
 Kazakhstan I
Nikolay Chebotko
Alexey Poltoranin
 Norway II
Øystein Pettersen
Eirik Brandsdal
[32]
3 Czech Republic Nové Město Team Sprint C 12 January 2014  Russia I
Maxim Vylegzhanin
Nikita Kriukov
 Norway I
Eldar Rønning
Eirik Brandsdal
 Norway II
Pål Golberg
Ola Vigen Hattestad
[33]

Women[edit]

Individual events[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
Nordic Opening (29 November 2013 until 1 December 2013)
1 Finland Kuusamo Sprint C 29 November 2013 Poland Justyna Kowalczyk United States Kikkan Randall Germany Denise Herrmann [34]
5 km C Individual 30 November 2013 Poland Justyna Kowalczyk Norway Marit Bjørgen Norway Therese Johaug [35]
10 km F Handicap Start 1 December 2013 Sweden Charlotte Kalla Norway Therese Johaug Norway Marit Bjørgen [36]
Nordic Opening – Final Standings Norway Marit Bjørgen Sweden Charlotte Kalla Norway Therese Johaug [37]
End of Nordic Opening
2 Norway Lillehammer 10 km C Individual 7 December 2013 Poland Justyna Kowalczyk Sweden Charlotte Kalla Norway Marit Bjørgen [38]
3 Switzerland Davos 15 km F Individual 14 December 2013 Norway Marit Bjørgen Norway Therese Johaug Sweden Charlotte Kalla [39]
4 Sprint F 15 December 2013 Norway Marit Bjørgen United States Kikkan Randall Germany Denise Herrmann [40]
5 Italy Asiago Sprint C 21 December 2013 Poland Justyna Kowalczyk Finland Anne Kyllönen Norway Maiken Caspersen Falla [41]
Tour de Ski (28 December 2013 until 5 January 2014)
6 Germany Oberhof 3 km F Individual 28 December 2013 Norway Marit Bjørgen Norway Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen Poland Sylwia Jaśkowiec [42]
Sprint F[10] 29 December 2013 Sweden Hanna Erikson Germany Denise Herrmann Norway Ingvild Flugstad Østberg [43]
Switzerland Lenzerheide Sprint F 31 December 2013 Norway Ingvild Flugstad Østberg Norway Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen Germany Denise Herrmann [44]
10 km C Mass Start 1 January 2014 Finland Kerttu Niskanen Norway Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen Norway Therese Johaug [45]
Italy Cortina-Toblach 15 km F Handicap Start 3 January 2014 Norway Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen Norway Therese Johaug Finland Anne Kyllönen [46]
Italy Val di Fiemme 5 km C Individual 4 January 2014 Norway Therese Johaug Norway Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen Finland Anne Kyllönen [47]
9 km F Final Climb 5 January 2014 Norway Therese Johaug Norway Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen United States Elizabeth Stephen [48]
Tour de Ski – Final Standings Norway Therese Johaug Norway Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen Norway Heidi Weng [49]
End of Tour de Ski
7 Czech Republic Nové Město Sprint F 11 January 2014 United States Kikkan Randall Switzerland Laurien van der Graaff Norway Ingvild Flugstad Østberg [50]
8 Poland Szklarska Poręba Sprint F 18 January 2014 United States Kikkan Randall Germany Denise Herrmann Slovenia Vesna Fabjan [51]
9 10 km C Mass Start 19 January 2014 Poland Justyna Kowalczyk Russia Yulia Tchekaleva Russia Julia Ivanova [52]
10 Italy Toblach 10 km C Individual 1 February 2014 Norway Marit Bjørgen Norway Therese Johaug Sweden Charlotte Kalla [53]
11 Sprint F 2 February 2014 Norway Marit Bjørgen Germany Denise Herrmann Norway Ingvild Flugstad Østberg [54]
2014 Winter Olympics (7 February 2014 until 23 February 2014)
12 Finland Lahti Sprint F 1 March 2014 United States Kikkan Randall Slovenia Katja Visnar United States Sophie Caldwell [55]
13 10 km F Individual 2 March 2014 Norway Marit Bjørgen Sweden Charlotte Kalla Norway Therese Johaug [56]
14 Norway Drammen Sprint C 5 March 2014 Norway Maiken Caspersen Falla Norway Marit Bjørgen Sweden Stina Nilsson [57]
15 Norway Oslo 30 km C Mass Start 9 March 2014 Norway Marit Bjørgen Norway Therese Johaug Finland Kerttu Niskanen [58]
World Cup Final (14 March 2014 until 16 March 2014)
16 Sweden Falun Sprint C 14 March 2014 Norway Marit Bjørgen Norway Ingvild Flugstad Østberg Sweden Stina Nilsson [59]
15 km C/F Skiathlon 15 March 2014 Norway Therese Johaug Norway Marit Bjørgen Finland Kerttu Niskanen [60]
10 km F Pursuit 16 March 2013 Norway Therese Johaug Norway Marit Bjørgen Norway Heidi Weng [61]
World Cup Final – Final Standings Norway Therese Johaug Norway Marit Bjørgen Norway Heidi Weng [62]

Team events[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
1 Norway Lillehammer 4 x 5 km relay 8 December 2013  Norway I
Heidi Weng
Therese Johaug
Kristin Størmer Steira
Marit Bjørgen
 Finland
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
Anne Kyllönen
Kerttu Niskanen
Krista Lähteenmäki
 United States I
Kikkan Randall
Sadie Bjornsen
Elizabeth Stephen
Jessica Diggins
[63]
2 Italy Asiago Team Sprint C 22 December 2013  Finland
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
Anne Kyllönen
 Norway I
Ingvild Flugstad Østberg
Maiken Caspersen Falla
 Germany I
Katrin Zeller
Denise Herrmann
[64]
3 Czech Republic Nové Město Team Sprint C 12 January 2014  Norway I
Maiken Caspersen Falla
Ingvild Flugstad Østberg
 Finland
Mona-Liisa Malvalehto
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
 Russia II
Yevgeniya Shapovalova
Julia Ivanova
[65]

World Cup Standings[edit]

Points[edit]

The table shows the number of points won in the 2012–13 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup for men and women.

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
Nordic Opening/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 Nordic Opening/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, 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[66]
1.  Martin Johnsrud Sundby (NOR) 1534
2.  Alexander Legkov (RUS) 980
3.  Alex Harvey (CAN) 766
4.  Chris Jespersen (NOR) 739
5.  Calle Halfvarsson (SWE) 615
6.  Daniel Richardsson (SWE) 543
7.  Petter Northug (NOR) 539
8.  Sjur Roethe (NOR) 535
9.  Pål Golberg (NOR) 510
10.  Maxim Vylegzhanin (RUS) 486
Pos Athlete Points
11.  Sergey Ustiugov (RUS) 477
12.  Johannes Dürr (AUT) 466
13.  Alexey Poltoranin (KAZ) 437
14.  Jean Marc Gaillard (FRA) 389
15.  Ilia Chernousov (RUS) 383
16.  Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR) 374
17.  Eirik Brandsdal (NOR) 365
18.  Marcus Hellner (SWE) 350
19.  Josef Wenzl (GER) 306
20.  Teodor Peterson (SWE) 297
Pos Athlete Points
21.  Lukas Bauer (CZE) 292
22.  Federico Pellegrino (ITA) 288
23.  Maurice Manificat (FRA) 287
24.  Finn Hågen Krogh (NOR) 285
25.  Eldar Roenning (NOR) 283
26.  Nikita Kriukov (RUS) 277
27.  Hannes Dotzler (GER) 263
28.  Matti Heikkinen (FIN) 257
29.  Didrik Tønseth (NOR) 255
30.  Martin Jaks (CZE) 250

Distance[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Martin Johnsrud Sundby (NOR) 648
2.  Alexander Legkov (RUS) 546
3.  Daniel Richardsson (SWE) 389
4.  Chris Jespersen (NOR) 354
5.  Alex Harvey (CAN) 342
6.  Alexey Poltoranin (KAZ) 267
7.  Sjur Røthe (NOR) 259
8.  Maxim Vylegzhanin (RUS) 229
9.  Petter Northug (NOR) 205
10.  Lukas Bauer (CZE) 204

Sprint[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR) 363
2.  Eirik Brandsdal (NOR) 355
3.  Josef Wenzl (GER) 306
4.  Teodor Peterson (SWE) 297
5.  Nikita Kriukov (RUS) 277
6.  Sergey Ustiugov (RUS) 274
7.  Federico Pellegrino (ITA) 272
8.  Alex Harvey (CAN) 264
9.  Pål Golberg (NOR) 263
10.  Alexey Petukhov (RUS) 244

Women[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[67]
1.  Therese Johaug (NOR) 1545
2.  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) 1498
3.  Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen (NOR) 974
4.  Heidi Weng (NOR) 951
5.  Kerttu Niskanen (FIN) 883
6.  Kikkan Randall (USA) 841
7.  Charlotte Kalla (SWE) 783
8.  Krista Lähteenmäki (FIN) 726
9.  Denise Herrmann (GER) 704
10.  Ingvild Flugstad Østberg (NOR) 684
Pos Athlete Points
11.  Anne Kyllönen (FIN) 641
12.  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) 618
13.  Aino-Kaisa Saarinen (FIN) 570
14.  Eva Vrabcová-Nývltová (CZE) 477
15.  Yulia Tchekaleva (RUS) 442
16.  Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR) 433
17.  Elizabeth Stephen (USA) 395
18.  Masako Ishida (JPN) 383
19.  Kristin Størmer Steira (NOR) 379
20.  Jessica Diggins (USA) 320
Pos Athlete Points
21.  Emma Wiken (SWE) 298
22.  Katja Visnar (SLO) 284
23.  Sophie Caldwell (USA) 280
24.  Laurien van der Graaff (SUI) 275
25.  Katrin Zeller (GER) 273
26.  Sara Lindborg (SWE) 255
27.  Gaia Vuerich (ITA) 234
28.  Aurore Jean (FRA) 227
29.  Hanna Erikson (SWE) 218
30.  Julia Ivanova (RUS) 208

Distance[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Therese Johaug (NOR) 750
2.  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) 705
3.  Kerttu Niskanen (FIN) 502
4.  Charlotte Kalla (SWE) 473
5.  Heidi Weng (NOR) 448
6.  Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen (NOR) 443
7.  Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) 348
8.  Aino-Kaisa Saarinen (FIN) 331
9.  Krista Lähteenmäki (FIN) 300
10.  Yuliya Chekaleva (RUS) 298

Sprint[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Kikkan Randall (USA) 558
2.  Denise Herrmann (GER) 496
3.  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) 433
4.  Ingvild Flugstad Østberg (NOR) 426
5.  Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR) 320
6.  Katja Visnar (SLO) 280
7.  Laurien van der Graaff (SUI) 275
8.  Sophie Caldwell (USA) 237
9.  Gaia Vuerich (ITA) 234
10.  Anne Kyllönen (FIN) 197

Nation Cup[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos Nation Points[68]
1.  Norway 14435
2.  Russia 6310
3.  Sweden 5532
4.  Finland 5057
5.  Germany 3623
6.  United States 3092
7.  France 2015
8.  Czech Republic 1450
9.  Italy 1393
10.  Canada 1364

Men[edit]

Pos Nation Points[68]
1.  Norway 6916
2.  Russia 4682
3.  Sweden 2790
4.  Germany 1554
5.  Finland 1495
6.  France 1356
7.  Canada 1236
8.  Czech Republic 877
9.  Italia 843
10.   Switzerland 738

Women[edit]

Pos Nation Points[68]
1.  Norway 7519
2.  Finland 3562
3.  Sweden 2742
4.  United States 2421
5.  Germany 2069
6.  Russia 1628
7.  Poland 949
8.  Slovenia 771
9.  France 659
10.  Czech Republic 573

Achievements[edit]

First World Cup career victory
  •  Pål Golberg (NOR), 23, in his 5th season – the WC 2 (15 km C) in Lillehammer; first podium was 2008–09 WC 27 (Sprint C) in Lahti
  •  Nikita Kriukov (RUS), 28, in his 8th season – the WC 5 (Sprint C) in Asiago; first podium was 2009–10 WC 2 (Sprint C) in Kuusamo
  •  Sergey Ustiugov (RUS), 21, in his 2nd season – the WC 7 (Sprint F) in Nové Město; first podium was 2013–14 WC 4 (Sprint F) in Davos
  •  Alex Harvey (CAN), 25, in his 7th season – the WC 8 (Sprint F) in Szklarska Poręba; first podium was 2008–09 WC 21 (50 km C Mass Start) in Trondheim
First World Cup podium
  •  Didrik Tønseth (NOR), 22, in his 3rd season – no. 3 in the WC 2 (15 km C) in Lillehammer
  •  Chris Jespersen (NOR), 30, in his 10th season – no. 2 in the WC 3 (30 km F) in Davos
  •  Martti Jylhä (FIN), 26, in his 9th season – no. 2 in the WC 4 (Sprint F) in Davos
  •  Sergey Ustiugov (RUS), 21, in his 2nd season – no. 3 in the WC 4 (Sprint F) in Davos
  •  Denise Herrmann (GER), 24, in her 5th season – no. 3 in the WC 4 (Sprint F) in Davos
  •  Gianluca Cologna (SUI), 23, in his 4th season – no. 3 in the WC 5 (Sprint C) in Asiago
  •  Baptiste Gros (FRA), 23, in his 4th season – no. 3 in the WC 8 (Sprint F) in Szklarska Poręba
  •  Evgeniy Belov (RUS), 23, in his 4th season – no. 2 in the WC 9 (15 km C Mass Start) in Szklarska Poręba
  •  Sophie Caldwell (USA), 23, in her 2nd season – no. 3 in the WC 12 (Sprint F) in Lahti
  •  Stina Nilsson (SWE), 20, in her 3rd season – no. 3 in the WC 14 (Sprint C) in Drammen
  •  Maicol Rastelli (ITA), 22, in his 2nd season – no. 3 in the WC 14 (Sprint C) in Drammen
  •  Kerttu Niskanen (FIN), 25, in her 7th season – no. 3 in the WC 15 (30 km C Mass Start) in Oslo
Victories in this World Cup (all-time number of victories in parentheses)

Retirements[edit]

Following are notable cross-country skiers who announced their retirement:

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