Cross-country skiing at the Winter Universiade

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The Cross-country events have been contested at the Universiade since 1960.

Events[edit]

Event 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 75 78 81 83 85 87 89 91 93 95 97 99 01 03 05 07 09 11 13 15 17 19 Years
Men's Sprint 9
Men's 10 km classical 7
Men's 10 km freestyle 5
Men's 10 km pursuit 2
Men's 12 km classical 2
Men's 15 km classical 15
Men's 15 km combined 2
Men's 15 km pursuit 4
Men's 15 km skiathlon 1
Men's 30 km classical 13
Men's 30 km freestyle 10
Men's Relay 28
Women's Sprint 9
Women's 5 km classical 17
Women's 5 km freestyle 5
Women's 5 km pursuit 2
Women's 8 km classical 1
Women's 10 km classical 14
Women's 10 km combined 2
Women's 10 km pursuit 5
Women's 10 km skiathlon 1
Women's 15 km classical 4
Women's 15 km freestyle 10
Women's Relay 28
Mixed Team 5

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Individual sprint[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960-2001 not included in the program
Freestyle
2003 Kazakhstan Nikolay Chebotko Italy Loris Frasneli Japan Yuichi Onda
2005 Poland Maciej Kreczmer Kazakhstan Nikolay Chebotko France Sylvain Fanjas Claret
2007 Kazakhstan Nikolay Chebotko Czech Republic Ales Razym Italy Fulvio Scola
2009 Russia Egor Sorin Japan Nobuhito Kashiwabara Russia Konstantin Glavatskikh
2011 Russia Radik Gaziev France Baptiste Gros Kazakhstan Denis Volotka
Classical
2013 Russia Maxim Kovalev Russia Pavel Siulatov Finland Heikki Sakari Korpela
Freestyle
2015 Russia Andrey Larkov Russia Anton Gafarov Russia Raul Shakirzianov
Classical
2017 Kazakhstan Ivan Lyuft Russia Vladimir Frolov Russia Egor Berezin

10 km[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960-1997 not included in the program
Classical
1999 Austria Christoph Sumann Slovakia Ivan Batory Russia Andrei Nutrikhin
2001 Russia Dmitry Osinkin Belarus Nikolai Semeniako Austria Johannes Eder
Freestyle
2001 Russia Sergei Novikov Belarus Nikolai Semeniako Austria Christian Schwarz
Classical
2003 Russia Nikolay Pankratov Kazakhstan Andrei Golovko Russia Pavel Troshkin
Freestyle
2005 Ukraine Roman Leybyuk Kazakhstan Nikolay Chebotko Kazakhstan Maksim Odnodvortsev
2007 Belarus Alexander Laskutin Russia Alexander Kuznetsov Kazakhstan Sergey Cherepanov
2009 Russia Aleksey Chernousov Russia Sergey Turyshev Russia Konstantin Glavatskikh
Classical
2011 Russia Vladislav Skobelev Japan Akira Samuel Lenting Kazakhstan Gennady Matviyenko
Freestyle
2013 Serbia Milanko Petrović Belarus Michail Semenov Russia Raul Shakirzianov
Classical
2015 Russia Andrey Feller Russia Artyom Nikolaev Russia Valery Gontar
2017 Russia Valery Gontar Russia Dmitry Rostovtsev France Alexandre Pouye

12 km/15 km classical[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960 not included in the program
12 km
1962 Soviet Union Igor Voronchikhin Soviet Union German Karpov Soviet Union Ivar Kondrachev
15 km
1964 Soviet Union Igor Voronchikhin Soviet Union Valery Tarakanov Soviet Union Nikolay Arzilov
12 km
1966 Soviet Union Igor Voronchikhin Soviet Union Dmitry Yarlykov Soviet Union Vladimir Pustogachev
15 km
1968 Norway Jon Høiås Soviet Union Evgeny Platunov Soviet Union Anatoly Zakharov
1970 Soviet Union Fyodor Simashev Soviet Union Vladimir Dolganov East Germany Gert-Dietmar Klause
1972 Soviet Union Fyodor Simashev Soviet Union Ivan Pronin Soviet Union Sergey Savelyev
1975 Soviet Union Yury Vakhrushev Soviet Union Valery Isaev Soviet Union Yevgeny Belyayev
1978 Bulgaria Ivan Lebanov Bulgaria Khristo Barzanov Czechoslovakia Jiří Beran
1981 Soviet Union Alexander Kozel Soviet Union Yuriy Burlakov Soviet Union Mikhail Devyatyarov
1983 Soviet Union Mikhail Devyatyarov Bulgaria Ivan Lebanov United States Todd Boonstra
1985 Soviet Union Vladimir Nikitin Italy Silvano Barco Soviet Union Aleksey Prokurorov
1987 Soviet Union Vladimir Nikitin Soviet Union Nikolai Gerasimov Soviet Union Dmitry Solovyov
1989 Czechoslovakia Martin Jandushek Czechoslovakia Peter Lisichan Soviet Union Taufik Hamitov
1991 Japan Hirofumi Watanabe Soviet Union Igor Obuhov Soviet Union Taufik Hamitov
1993 Russia Alexandr Zaikov Japan Jiro Oshima Finland Pekka Tadani Launonen
1995 Belarus Alexei Tregoubov Italy Francesco Semenzato Japan Daichi Azegami
1997 Slovakia Ivan Batory Belarus Sergei Dolidovich Russia Alexander Kravchenko
1999-2017 not included in the program

Mass start 30 km[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960-1970 not included in the program
Classical
1972 Soviet Union Fyodor Simachov Soviet Union Alexander Yemelin Switzerland Ulrich Wenger
1975 Soviet Union Valery Isaev Soviet Union Yury Vakhrushev Soviet Union Nikolai Gorshkov
1978 Soviet Union Alexander Zavyalov Soviet Union A. Sokolov Soviet Union A. Chourikov
1981 Bulgaria Ivan Lebanov Soviet Union Alexander Kozel Soviet Union Alexander Kutukin
1983 Soviet Union Mikhail Devyatyarov Soviet Union Vladimir Mazalov Bulgaria Ivan Lebanov
1985 Soviet Union Vladimir Nikitin Soviet Union Aleksey Prokurorov Italy Silvano Barco
1987 Soviet Union Vladimir Nikitin Soviet Union Dmitry Solovyov Soviet Union Nikolai Gerasimov
1989 Czechoslovakia Peter Lisichan Czechoslovakia Martin Jandushek Czechoslovakia Alesh Vanek
1991 Japan Kazutoshi Nagahama Japan Hirofumi Watanabe Soviet Union Igor Obuhov
Freestyle
1991 Soviet Union Viktor Kamotsky Japan Hiroyuki Imai Soviet Union Sergey Bikov
1993 Japan Kazutoshi Nagahama Italy Francesco Semenzato Poland Andrzej Piotrowski
1995 Japan Masaaki Kozu Poland Krzysztof Wańczyk Ukraine Nikolai Popovitch
1997 Slovakia Ivan Batory China Qu Donghai Ukraine Nikolai Popovitch
1999 Belarus Sergei Dolidovich Russia Vitaly Raznitsin Slovakia Michal Jurco
Freestyle
2001 Russia Sergei Novikov Finland Olli Ohtonen Russia Dmitry Osinkin
2003 Russia Ivan Alypov Japan Takeshi Mizobuchi Italy Loris Frasnelli
Classical
2005 Italy Luca Orlandi Russia Vladimir Tokarev Switzerland Andrea Florinett
Freestyle
2007 Russia Maxim Vylegzhanin Belarus Alexander Laskutin Russia Nikolay Khokhryakov
Classical
2009 Russia Artem Zhmurko Czech Republic Peter Novak Russia Ilya Mashkov
Freestyle
2011 Russia Vladislav Skobelev Russia Ilshat Nigmatullin Russia Andrey Kalsin
Classical
2013 Russia Vladislav Skobelev Russia Ermil Vokuev Russia Andrey Feller
Freestyle
2015 Russia Andrey Larkov Russia Raul Shakirzianov Russia Artem Nikolaev
Classical
2017 Russia Dmitry Rostovtsev Russia Valery Gontar Kazakhstan Sergey Malyshev

Combined/double pursuit/Skiathlon[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960-1970 not included in the program
15 km combined
1972 Finland T Bachman Soviet Union Vladimir Rusinov Czechoslovakia Ladislav Rygl
1974-1991 not included in the program
1993 Italy Francesco Semenzato Russia Alexandr Zaikov Japan Jiro Oshima
1995-1997 not included in the program
15 km pursuit
1999 Austria Christoph Sumann Slovakia Ivan Batory Belarus Sergei Dolidovich
2001-2005 not included in the program
2007 Belarus Alexander Laskutin Russia Alexander Kuznetsov Russia Maxim Vylegzhanin
2009 Russia Sergey Turyshev Russia Egor Sorin Russia Ilya Mashkov
2011 Russia Vladislav Skobelev Russia Ilshat Nigmatullin Kazakhstan Aleksandr Osipov
15 km skiathlon
2013 Russia Raul Shakirzianov Kazakhstan Mark Starostin Russia Pavel Siulatov
2015 not included in the program
10 km pursuit
2017 Russia Dmitry Rostovtsev Russia Valery Gontar Armenia Sergey Mikayelyan

Relay[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960 Soviet Union Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Poland Poland
1962 not included in the program
1964 Soviet Union Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Poland Poland
1966 Soviet Union Soviet Union Japan Japan Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
1968 Soviet Union Soviet Union Japan Japan Finland Finland
1970 Soviet Union Soviet Union East Germany East Germany Japan Japan
1972 Soviet Union Soviet Union Japan Japan United States United States
1975 Soviet Union Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Poland Poland
1978 Soviet Union Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Bulgaria Bulgaria
1981 Soviet Union Soviet Union Japan Japan Finland Finland
1983 Soviet Union Soviet Union Bulgaria Bulgaria Finland Finland
1985 Soviet Union Soviet Union Italy Italy Canada Canada
1987 Soviet Union Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
1989 Soviet Union Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Austria Austria
1991 Japan Japan Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland
1993 Russia Russia Japan Japan Austria Austria
1995 Russia Russia Poland Poland Ukraine Ukraine
1997 Slovakia Slovakia Belarus Belarus Ukraine Ukraine
1999 Slovakia Slovakia Belarus Belarus Russia Russia
2001 Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine Poland Poland
2003 Russia Russia Czech Republic Czech Republic Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
2005 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine
2007 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan France France Russia Russia
2009 Russia Russia Japan Japan Czech Republic Czech Republic
2011 France France Russia Russia Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
2013 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Russia Russia Finland Finland
2015 Russia Russia Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Czech Republic Czech Republic
2017 Russia Russia Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Czech Republic Czech Republic

Women[edit]

Individual sprint[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960-2001 not included in the program
Freestyle
2003 Finland Kirsi Peraelae Finland Riikka Sarasoja Italy Christina Kelder
2005 Slovenia Vesna Fabjan Finland Marianne Hannonen Poland Justyna Kowalczyk
2007 Poland Justyna Kowalczyk Kazakhstan Elena Kolomina Estonia Kaili Sirge
2009 Russia Natalya Ilyina Switzerland Bettina Gruber Ukraine Marina Kmalets
2011 Slovakia Alena Prochazkova Czech Republic Eva Nývltová Russia Alina Kashina
Classical
2013 Russia Oxana Usatova Russia Olga Tsareva Russia Olga Repnitsyna
Freestyle
2015 Kazakhstan Anastassiya Slonova Poland Ewelina Marcisz Russia Svetlana Nikolaeva
Classical
2017 Russia Maria Davydenkova Russia Lilia Vasileva Kazakhstan Anna Stoyan

5 km[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960-1962 not included in the program
Classical
1964 Soviet Union Nina Demina Bulgaria Krastana Stoeva Poland Weronika Budna
1968 not included in the program
1972 Soviet Union L Makhacheva Soviet Union O Rokko Soviet Union N Selunina
1975 Czechoslovakia Blanka Paulů Soviet Union Nuranya Latfulina Soviet Union Lyubov Korobova
1978 Czechoslovakia Blanka Paulů Czechoslovakia Dagmar Paleckova Soviet Union Z Chaykhislamova
1981 Soviet Union Lyubov Sabolotskay Czechoslovakia Květa Jeriová Czechoslovakia Blanka Paulů
1983 Soviet Union Lyubov Zabolotskaya Soviet Union Lilia Vasilchenko Soviet Union Faina Smirnova
1985 Soviet Union Natalja Furletova Italy Guidina Dal Sasso Soviet Union Julia Stepanova
1987 Soviet Union Tamara Tikhonova Soviet Union Luobov Egorova Czechoslovakia Anna Janouskova
1989 East Germany Ina Kuemmel Soviet Union Elena Kachirskaia Soviet Union Elena Sedletskaia
1991-1997 not included in the program
1999 Ukraine Valentina Shevchenko Slovakia Jaroslava Bukvajova Russia Marina Lajskaia
2001 Russia Olga Moskalenko Finland Mari Rauhala Italy Cristina Kelder
Freestyle
2001 Russia Olga Moskalenko Russia Vera Zjatikova Italy Antonella Confortola
Classical
2003 Kazakhstan Svetlana Malahova Shishkina Kazakhstan Oxana Jatskaja Finland Riikka Sarasoja
Freestyle
2005 Kazakhstan Svetlana Malahova Shishkina Poland Justyna Kowalczyk Russia Anna Slepova
2007 Poland Justyna Kowalczyk Slovakia Alena Prochazkova Belarus Irina Nafranovich
2009 Russia Valentina Novikova Russia Yulia Tchekaleva Russia Anna Slepova
Classical
2011 Russia Alia Iksanova Ukraine Kateryna Grygorenko Italy Virginia De Martin Topranin
Freestyle
2013 Ukraine Kateryna Grygorenko
Norway Astrid Øyre Slind
N/A Ukraine Maryna Antsybor
Classical
2015 Russia Oxana Usatova Kazakhstan Anastassiya Slonova Russia Lilia Vasilieva
2017 Russia Lilia Vasilieva Russia Anna Nechaevskaya Kazakhstan Anna Shevchenko

8 km/10 km classical[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960-1964 not included in the program
8 km
1966 Bulgaria Krastana Stoeva Poland Weronika Budna Soviet Union Alimova
10 km
1968 Soviet Union Yanna Yelistratova Soviet Union Lyubov Menchikova Soviet Union Lidiya Doronina
1970 Soviet Union Yanna Yelistratova Soviet Union Alevtina Oljunina East Germany Karin Scheidel
1972 Soviet Union L Makhacheva Soviet Union Nina Selyunina Poland Zofia Majerczyk
1975 Czechoslovakia Blanka Paulů Soviet Union Natalya Kruglikova Soviet Union Nuranya Latfulina
1978 Soviet Union Z Chaykhislamova Soviet Union M Arziaeva Czechoslovakia Z Janovska
1981 Czechoslovakia Květa Jeriová Czechoslovakia Blanka Paulů Soviet Union Lyubov Sabolotskay
1983 Soviet Union Lyubov Zabolotskaya Soviet Union Lilia Vasilchenko Soviet Union Faina Smirnova
1985 Soviet Union Natalja Furletova Italy Guidina Dal Sasso Soviet Union Julia Stepanova
1987 Czechoslovakia Alzbeta Havrancikova Czechoslovakia Anna Janouskova Soviet Union Luobov Egorova
1989 Soviet Union Elena Sedletskaia Soviet Union Natalia Chernyh Soviet Union Svetlana Kamotskaia
1991 Japan Miwa Oto Soviet Union Elena Kashirskaja Soviet Union Vera Federova
1993 Slovakia Lubomira Balazova Japan Sumiko Yokoyama Russia Evgenia Kiseleva
1995 Russia Olga Kosnatcheva Russia Tatiana Podmazo Ukraine Anna Slipenko
1997 Japan Tomomi Otaka Russia Natalia Massalkina Russia Ioulia Lementchouk
1999-2017 not included in the program

Mass start 15 km[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960-1989 not included in the program
Freestyle
1991 Japan Miwa Oto Soviet Union Vera Federova Soviet Union Irina Taranenko
1993 Japan Naomi Hoshikawa Austria Maria Elisabet Theurl Russia Evgenia Kiseleva
1995 Russia Olga Kosnatcheva Russia Ioulia Lementchouk Russia Natalia Sokolova
1997 Russia Ioulia Lementchouk Russia Natalia Massalkina Russia Olga Kosnatcheva
1999 Ukraine Valentina Shevchenko Russia Elena Bouruchina Russia Marina Lajskaia
2001 not included in the program
2003 Ukraine Valentina Shevchenko Russia Veronika Timofeeva Russia Evgenia Starovoyitova
Classical
2005 Poland Justyna Kowalczyk Russia Anna Slepova China Honqxue Li
Freestyle
2007 Russia Olga Mikhailova Ukraine Vita Jakimchuk Belarus Olga Vasiljonok
Classical
2009 Russia Marina Chernousova Russia Yulia Ivanova Russia Yulia Tchekaleva
Freestyle
2011 Slovakia Alena Prochazkova Russia Alia Iksanova Ukraine Kateryna Grygorenko
Classical
2013 Russia Oxana Usatova Norway Marte Monrad-Hansen Norway Astrid Øyre Slind
Freestyle
2015 Kazakhstan Anastassiya Slonova Russia Svetlana Nikolaeva Poland Ewelina Marcisz
Classical
2017 Russia Lilla Vasileva Russia Anna Nechaevskaya Kazakhstan Anna Shevchenko

Combined/double pursuit/Skiathlon[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960-1989 not included in the program
10 km combined
1991 Japan Miwa Oto Soviet Union Irina Taranenko Italy Elena Desseri
1993 Slovakia Lubomira Balazova Japan Sumiko Yokoyama Russia Evgenia Kiseleva
1995-1997 not included in the program
10 km pursuit
1999 Ukraine Valentina Shevchenko Russia Marina Lajskaia Slovakia Jaroslava Bukvajova
2001-2005 not included in the program
2007 Poland Justyna Kowalczyk Slovakia Alena Prochazkova Belarus Olga Vasiljonok
2009 Russia Valentina Novikova Russia Marina Chernousova Russia Yulia Tchekaleva
2011 Slovakia Alena Prochazkova Russia Alia Iksanova Ukraine Kateryna Grygorenko
10 km skiathlon
2013 Kazakhstan Tatyana Ossipova Ukraine Kateryna Grygorenko Finland Marjaana Pitkänen
2015 not included in the program
5 km pursuit
2017 Russia Anna Nechaevskaya Russia Lilia Vasilieva Kazakhstan Anna Shevchenko

Relay[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960 Soviet Union Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Poland Poland
1962 not included in the program
1964 Soviet Union Soviet Union Bulgaria Bulgaria Poland Poland
1966 Bulgaria Bulgaria Soviet Union Soviet Union Poland Poland
1968 Soviet Union Soviet Union Poland Poland Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
1970 East Germany East Germany Soviet Union Soviet Union Poland Poland
1972 Soviet Union Soviet Union Poland Poland United States United States
1975 Soviet Union Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Poland Poland
1978 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Soviet Union Soviet Union Finland Finland
1981 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Soviet Union Soviet Union Finland Finland
1983 Soviet Union Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Finland Finland
1985 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Poland Poland Finland Finland
1987 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Soviet Union Soviet Union Poland Poland
1989 Soviet Union Soviet Union Poland Poland Sweden Sweden
1991 Soviet Union Soviet Union Japan Japan Poland Poland
1993 Ukraine Ukraine Japan Japan Russia Russia
1995 Russia Russia Japan Japan Ukraine Ukraine
1997 Russia Russia Japan Japan Germany Germany
1999 Russia Russia Czech Republic Czech Republic Ukraine Ukraine
2001 Russia Russia Italy Italia Finland Finland
2003 Italy Italia Finland Finland Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
2005 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Russia Russia China China
2007 Belarus Belarus Russia Russia Poland Poland
2009 Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine France France
2011 Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine France France
2013 Ukraine Ukraine Sweden Sweden Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
2015 Russia Russia Kazakhstan Kazakhstan France France
2017 Russia Russia Kazakhstan Kazakhstan France France

Mixed[edit]

Team Sprint[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1960-2009 not included in the program
2011 Slovakia Slovakia France France Ukraine Ukraine
2013 Russia Russia Sweden Sweden Russia Russia
2015 Russia Russia Russia Russia Czech Republic Czech Republic
2017 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Russia Russia France France

References[edit]