FIS Cross-Country World Cup

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For the current season, see 2016–17 FIS Cross-Country World Cup.
FIS Cross-Country World Cup
Status active
Genre sporting event
Date(s) Northern wintertime season
Begins November
Ends March
Frequency annual
Country varying
Inaugurated 1973 (1973)

The FIS Cross-Country World Cup is an annual cross-country skiing competition, arranged by the International Ski Federation (FIS) since 1981. The competition was arranged unofficially between 1973 and 1981, although it received provisional recognition on the 31. FIS Congress, 29–30 April 1977 in Bariloche, Argentina.[1]

Most successful race winners[edit]

As of January 7, 2017

Women[edit]

Rank # Women Career World Cup Stage World Cup
(Nordic Op., TdS, WC Final)
Total wins
Wins Distance Sprint Wins Distance Sprint
1. Norway Marit Bjørgen 1999–active 76 41 30 27 15 12 103
2. Poland Justyna Kowalczyk 2001–active 30 23 7 19 14 5 49
3. Soviet UnionRussia Yelena Välbe 1987–1998 45 44 1 45
4. Norway Bente Skari 1992–2003 42 25 17 42
Norway Therese Johaug 2007–active 20 20 22 22 42
6. Finland Virpi Kuitunen 1997–2010 20 13 7 7 5 2 27
7. Slovenia Petra Majdič 1999–2011 16 1 15 8 2 6 24
8. Italy Stefania Belmondo 1989–2002 23 23 23
9. Soviet UnionRussia Larisa Lazutina 1984–2002 21 21 21
10. Czech Republic Kateřina Neumannová 1992–2007 18 16 2 1 1 19
11. Russia Yuliya Chepalova 1995–2010 18 17 1 18
12. Estonia Kristina Šmigun 1994–2010 16 14 2 16
13. Italy Manuela Di Centa 1982–1998 15 15 15
14. Soviet UnionRussia Lyubov Yegorova 1984–2003 13 13 13
United States Kikkan Randall 2001–active 11 11 2 2 13
Norway Maiken Caspersen Falla 2008–active 9 9 4 4 13
  • With 75 victories in World Cup and total 102 in all competitions Bjørgen is record-holder among both women and men.

Men[edit]

Rank # Men Career World Cup Stage World Cup
(Nordic Op., TdS, WC Final)
Total wins
Wins Distance Sprint Wins Distance Sprint
1. Norway Bjørn Dæhlie 1989–1999 46 45 1 46
2. Norway Petter Northug 2005–active 19 13 6 18 15 3 37
3. Soviet UnionKazakhstan Vladimir Smirnov 1982–1999 31 31 31
4. Sweden Gunde Svan 1983–1991 30 30 30
5. Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby 2005–active 18 18 9 9 27
6. Switzerland Dario Cologna 2007–active 12 10 2 9 8 1 21
7. Czech Republic Lukáš Bauer 1997–active 11 11 7 7 18
8. Sweden Emil Jönsson 2003–active 13 13 3 3 16
9. Sweden Torgny Mogren 1983–1998 13 13 13
Norway Thomas Alsgaard 1993–2003 13 11 2 13
Norway Tor Arne Hetland 1995–2009 11 2 9 2 2 13

Champions[edit]

For a more comprehensive list, see List of FIS Cross-Country World Cup champions.

World Cup places[edit]

Country Place First Last
 Austria Kitzbühel 1999 2000
Linz 2003 2004
Ramsau 1984 2005
Salzburg 2001 2001
Seefeld 1985 2001
Tauplitzalm 1991 1995
 Bulgaria Vitosha 1985 1985
 Canada Calgary 1987 1989
Canmore 1987 2016
Gatineau 2016 2016
Labrador City 1997 1986
Montreal 2016 2016
Quebec City 2016 2016
Silver Star 1992 1992
Thunder Bay 1990 1995
Vernon 2006 2006
Whistler 2009 2009
 China Changchun 2006 2007
 Czech Republic Liberec 2008 2013
Prague 2005 2010
Nové Město na Moravě 1985 2016
 Czechoslovakia Stachy, Zadov 1983 1983
 Estonia Otepää 1999 2017
 Finland Kuopio 2001 2002
Kuusamo/Ruka 2003 2017
Lahti 1982 2016
Muonio 1999 1999
Rovaniemi 1988 1988
Vuokatti 1996 1996
 France Albertville 1992 1992
Autrans 1984 1984
La Bresse 1982 1986
La Clusaz 1988 2017
La Forclaz 1989 1989
Lamoura-Mouthe 2000 2000
Les Saisies 1986 1991
 Germany Düsseldorf 2003 2012
Furtwangen 1982 1982
Garmisch-Partenkirchen 1999 2002
Klingenthal 1982 1991
Munich 1985 2007
Oberhof 2003 2014
Oberstdorf 1986 2017
Reit im Winkl 1982 2005
 Italy Aosta 2007 2007
Asiago 2001 2014
Bormio 2000 2008
Brusson 1982 2002
Clusone 2001 2003
Cogne/Val d'Aosta 1985 2007
Cortina d'Ampezzo 2013 2014
Kastelruth 1982 1988
Milan 1998 2012
Pragelato 2004 2005
Santa Caterina 2001 2001
Sappada 1995 2000
Toblach 1988 2017
Val di Fiemme 1990 2017
Val di Sole 1983 1989
Valdidentro 2009 2009
 Japan Sapporo 1995 2006
Hakuba 1997 1997
 Norway Beitostølen 1987 2010
Drammen 2003 2017
Lillehammer 2003 2017
Oslo 1982 2017
Sjusjøen 2012 2012
Trondheim 1990 2009
Vang 1990 1992
 Poland Szklarska Poręba 2012 2014
 Russia Kavgolovo 1983 2003
Moscow 1990 2012
Rybinsk 2007 2015
Sochi 2013 2013
 Slovakia Strbske Pleso 1982 1996
 Slovenia Bohinj 1986 1993
Planica 2016 2016
Rogla 2010 2012
 South Korea Pyeongchang 2017 2017
 Soviet Union Minsk 1991 1991
Murmansk 1984 1984
Saint Petersburg 1988 1988
Syktyvkar 1985 1985
 Sweden Borlänge 1983 2003
Falun 1982 2017
Funäsdalen 1992 1992
Gothenburg 2005 2005
Gällivare 1996 2013
Kiruna 1982 2003
Mora 2005 2006
Sollefteå 1990 1990
Stockholm 2000 2016
Sunne 1997 1997
Ulricehamn 2017 2017
Umeå 2004 2004
Örnsköldsvik 1990 1990
Östersund 1995 2015
  Switzerland Bern 2005 2005
Campra 1989 1990
Davos 1983 2017
Engelberg 1999 2001
Lenzerheide 2014 2016
Le Brassus 1982 1982
Pontresina 1990 1990
Ulrichen 1993 2000
Val Müstair 2013 2017
 United States Anchorage 1983 1983
Biwabik 1986 1986
Fairbanks 1984 1984
Salt Lake City 1990 1990
Soldier Hollow 2001 2001
 Yugoslavia Sarajevo 1983 1984

References[edit]

  1. ^ "31st Bariloche (ARG) 1977". FIS. April 1977. Retrieved 17 January 2016. 

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