1988–89 FIS Cross-Country World Cup

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1988–89 FIS Cross-Country World Cup
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Sweden Gunde Svan (5th title) Soviet Union Yelena Välbe
Nations Cup Sweden Sweden Soviet Union Soviet Union
Nations Cup Overall Soviet Union Soviet Union
Competition
Locations 8 venues 8 venues
Individual 12 events 12 events
Relay/Team 5 events 5 events

The 1988-89 FIS Cross-Country World Cup was the 8th official World Cup season in cross-country skiing for men and ladies. The Women's World Cup started in La Clusaz, France, on 10 December 1988 and finished in Falun, Sweden, on 12 March 1989. The Men's World Cup started in Ramsau, Austria on 10 December 1988 and finished in Falun, Sweden, on 12 March 1989.Gunde Svan of Sweden won the overall men's cup,[1] his fifth title, and Yelena Välbe of the Soviet Union won the women's cup.[2]

Race calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

C – Classic / F – Freestyle
No. Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Ref.
1 10 December 1988 Austria Ramsau 15 km F Sweden Torgny Mogren Sweden Gunde Svan East Germany Uwe Bellmann [1]
2 14 December 1988 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bohinj 30 km F Sweden Gunde Svan Sweden Torgny Mogren Norway Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass [2]
3 17 December 1988 Italy Val di Sole 15 km F/C Sweden Gunde Svan Sweden Torgny Mogren Norway Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass [3]
4 7 January 1989 Soviet Union Kavgolovo 15 km C Norway Vegard Ulvang Norway Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass Soviet Union Vladimir Smirnov [4]
5 13 January 1989 Czechoslovakia Nové Město 15 km F Sweden Gunde Svan Norway Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass Norway Vegard Ulvang [5]
6 15 January 1989 30 km C Sweden Gunde Svan Norway Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass Norway Vegard Ulvang [6]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1989
7 18 February 1989 Finland Lahti 30 km C * Soviet Union Vladimir Smirnov Norway Vegard Ulvang Sweden Christer Majbäck [7]
8 20 February 1989 15 km F * Sweden Gunde Svan Sweden Torgny Mogren Sweden Lars Håland [8]
9 22 February 1989 15 km C * Finland Harri Kirvesniemi Norway Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass Norway Vegard Ulvang [9]
10 26 February 1989 50 km F * Sweden Gunde Svan Sweden Torgny Mogren Soviet Union Alexey Prokourorov [10]
11 4 March 1989 Norway Oslo 50 km F Norway Vegard Ulvang East Germany Holger Bauroth Sweden Torgny Mogren [11]
12 11 March 1989 Sweden Falun 30 km F Sweden Lars Håland Sweden Torgny Mogren Norway Vegard Ulvang [12]

Women[edit]

C – Classic / F – Freestyle
No. Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Ref.
1 10 December 1988 France La Féclaz 5 km F Czechoslovakia Alžbeta Havrančíková Soviet Union Tamara Tikhonova Soviet Union Yelena Välbe [13]
2 14 December 1988 Switzerland Campra 15 km F Soviet Union Yelena Välbe Czechoslovakia Alžbeta Havrančíková Soviet Union Larisa Lazutina [14]
3 17 December 1988 Switzerland Davos 10 km C Soviet Union Yuliya Shamshurina Finland Pirkko Määttä Soviet Union Yelena Välbe [15]
4 7 January 1989 Soviet Union Kavgolovo 15 km C Soviet Union Yelena Välbe Soviet Union Svetlana Nageykina Norway Trude Dybendahl [16]
5 13 January 1989 East Germany Klingenthal 10 km C Norway Marianne Dahlmo Italy Manuela Di Centa Norway Anne Jahren [17]
6 15 January 1989 30 km F Czechoslovakia Alžbeta Havrančíková East Germany Gabriele Hess Norway Marianne Dahlmo [18]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1989
7 17 February 1989 Finland Lahti 10 km C * Finland Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi Finland Pirkko Määttä Finland Marjo Matikainen [19]
8 19 February 1989 10 km F * Soviet Union Yelena Välbe Finland Marjo Matikainen Soviet Union Tamara Tikhonova [20]
9 21 February 1989 15 km C * Finland Marjo Matikainen Finland Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi Finland Pirkko Määttä [21]
10 25 February 1989 30 km F * Soviet Union Yelena Välbe Soviet Union Larisa Lazutina Finland Marjo Matikainen [22]
11 4 March 1989 Norway Oslo 10 km C +
10 km F Pursuit
Finland Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi Soviet Union Tamara Tikhonova Norway Anne Jahren [23]
12 11 March 1989 Sweden Falun 15 km F Soviet Union Yelena Välbe Soviet Union Tamara Tikhonova Italy Manuela Di Centa [24]

Team events[edit]

C – Classic / F – Freestyle
Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Gender Ref.
11 December 1988 France La Féclaz 4x5 km C Unknown Unknown Unknown Women -
11 December 1988 Austria Ramsau 4x10 km C Unknown Unknown Unknown Men -
18 December 1988 Switzerland Davos 4x5 km F Unknown Unknown Unknown Women -
8 January 1989 Soviet Union Kavgolovo 4x5 km F Unknown Unknown Unknown Women -
8 January 1989 4x10 km F Unknown Unknown Unknown Men -
24 February 1989 Finland Lahti 4x10 km Sweden Sweden

Christer Majbäck
Gunde Svan
Lars Håland
Torgny Mogren

Finland Finland

Aki Karvonen
Harri Kirvesniemi
Kari Ristanen
Jari Räsänen

Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia

Ladislav Svanda
Martin Petrásek
Radim Nyc
Vaclav Korunka

Men [25] [26]
24 February 1989 4x5 km Finland Finland

Pirkko Määttä
Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi
Jaana Savolainen
Marjo Matikainen

Soviet Union Soviet Union

Yulia Shamshurina
Raisa Smetanina
Tamara Tikhonova
Yelena Välbe

Norway Norway

Inger Helene Nybråten
Anne Jahren
Nina Skeime
Marianne Dahlmo

Women [27] [28]
5 March 1989 Norway Oslo 4x10 km F Sweden Sweden

Thomas Eriksson
Christer Majbäck
Torgny Mogren
Lars Håland

Soviet Union Soviet Union

Igor Badamshin
Vladimir Smirnov
Vladimir Sakhnov
Alexey Prokourorov

Norway Norway

Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass
Bjørn Dæhlie
Vegard Ulvang
Terje Langli

Men [29]
12 March 1989 Sweden Falun 4x10 km C Soviet Union Soviet Union

Igor Badamshin
Vladimir Sakhnov
Alexey Prokourorov
Vladimir Smirnov

Sweden Sweden

Christer Majbäck
Larry Poromaa
Lars Håland
Torgny Mogren

Norway Norway

Terje Langli
Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass
Vegard Ulvang
Bjørn Dæhlie

Men [30]
12 March 1989 4x5 km C Norway Norway

Marianne Dahlmo
Anne Jahren
Inger Helene Nybråten
Trude Dybendahl

Soviet Union Soviet Union

Larisa Lazutina
Raisa Smetanina
Tamara Tikhonova
Yelena Välbe

Sweden Sweden

Karin Svingstedt
Magdalena Wallin
Karin Lamberg-Skog
Anna-Lena Fritzon

Women [31]

Overall standings[edit]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Sweden (SWE)96318
2 Soviet Union (URS)76619
3 Finland (FIN)55313
4 Norway (NOR)351018
5 Czechoslovakia (TCH)2114
6 East Germany (GDR)0224
7 Italy (ITA)0112
Totals (7 nations)26262678

Achievements[edit]

First World Cup career victory
Victories in this World Cup (all-time number of victories as of 1988/89 season in parentheses)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CUP STANDING CROSS-COUNTRY WORLD CUP 1989 MEN". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 11 April 2018.
  2. ^ "CUP STANDING CROSS-COUNTRY WORLD CUP 1989 LADIES". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 11 April 2018.