Ida Ingemarsdotter

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Ida Ingemarsdotter
FIS Skilanglauf-Weltcup in Dresden PR CROSSCOUNTRY StP 8236 LR10 by Stepro Ida Ingemarsdotter.jpg
Ingemarsdotter in Dresden, 2018
Full nameIda Maria Erika Ingemarsdotter
Born (1985-04-26) 26 April 1985 (age 33)
Sveg, Sweden
Height1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)[1]
Ski clubÅsarna IK[1]
World Cup career
Seasons2004, 2006
Individual wins2
Team wins5
Indiv. podiums9
Team podiums10
Indiv. starts203
Team starts26
Overall titles0 – (12th in 2016)
Discipline titles0
Updated on 10 February, 2019.

Ida Maria Erika Ingemarsdotter (born 26 April 1985) is a Swedish cross-country skier who has been competing since 2003. She finished eighth in the individual sprint at the 2007 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Sapporo.

Ingemarsdotter has a total of five individual victories at various levels up to 15 km since 2003. Her best individual World Cup finish was first place in a sprint event in Milan in 2012.

At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, she finished fifth in the 4 x 5 km relay, 15th in the individual sprint, and 42nd in the 7.5 km + 7.5 km double pursuit events. Ingermarsdotter also competed in the 30 km event, but did not finish.

At the 2014 Winter Olympics Ingemarsdotter won gold in the team relay.

World Cup results[edit]

All results are sourced from the International Ski Federation (FIS).[2]

World Cup standings[edit]

 Season   Age  Season standings Ski Tour standings
Overall Distance Sprint Nordic
Opening
Tour de
Ski
World Cup
Final
Ski Tour
Canada
2004 19 86 DNP 53 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2006 21 65 DNP 36 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2007 22 50 NC 27 N/A DNP N/A N/A
2008 23 41 NC 26 N/A DNP DNP N/A
2009 24 49 DNP 31 N/A DNP DNP N/A
2010 25 15 54 6 N/A DNF 20 N/A
2011 26 18 27 16 17 DNP 10 N/A
2012 27 22 52 6 26 28 DNF N/A
2013 28 32 64 10 DNP DNP DNF N/A
2014 29 37 71 15 20 DNP 28 N/A
2015 30 21 35 12 12 DNP N/A N/A
2016 31 12 9 6 4 12 N/A DNF
2017 32 15 28 8 21 DNP 4 N/A
2018 33 18 18 12 9 DNP 21 N/A

Individual podiums[edit]

  • 2 victories – (2 WC)
  • 9 podiums – (6 WC, 3 SWC)
No. Season Date Location Race Level Place
1 2009–10 6 February 2010 Canada Canmore, Canada 1.45 km Sprint C World Cup 2nd
2 2011–12 18 December 2011 Slovenia Rogla, Slovenia 1.0 km Sprint F World Cup 3rd
3 14 January 2012 Italy Milan, Italy 1.4 km Sprint F World Cup 1st
4 17 February 2012 Poland Szklarska Poręba, Poland 1.6 km Sprint F World Cup 1st
5 2012–13 8 December 2012 Canada Quebec City, Canada 1.6 km Sprint F World Cup 3rd
6 2015–16 28 November 2015 Finland Rukatunturi, Finland 5 km Individual F Stage World Cup 3rd
7 1 January 2016 Switzerland Lenzerheide, Switzerland 1.5 km Sprint F Stage World Cup 2nd
8 2018–19 24 November 2018 Finland Rukatunturi, Finland 1.4 km Sprint C World Cup 3rd
9 29 December 2018 Italy Toblach, Italy 1.3 km Sprint F Stage World Cup 2nd

Team podiums[edit]

  • 5 victories – (5 TS)
  • 11 podiums – (9 TS, 2 RL)
No. Season Date Location Race Level Place Teammate(s)
1 2009–10 6 December 2009 Germany Düsseldorf, Germany 6 x 0.8 km Team Sprint F World Cup 2nd Falk
2 2011–12 15 January 2012 Italy Milan, Italy 6 x 1.4 km Team Sprint F World Cup 1st Brodin
3 2012–13 25 November 2012 Sweden Gällivare, Sweden 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 2nd Bleckur / Larsen / Kalla
4 13 January 2013 Czech Republic Liberec, Czech Republic 6 x 0.85 km Team Sprint F World Cup 2nd Nilsson
5 2014–15 18 January 2015 Estonia Otepää, Estonia 6 x 1.2 km Team Sprint F World Cup 1st Nilsson
6 2015–16 17 January 2016 Slovenia Planica, Slovenia 6 x 1.2 km Team Sprint F World Cup 1st Nilsson
7 2016–17 15 January 2017 Italy Toblach, Italy 6 x 1.3 km Team Sprint F World Cup 2nd Falk
8 22 January 2017 Sweden Ulricehamn, Sweden 4 x 5 km Relay M World Cup 3rd Henriksson / Kalla / Falk
9 2017–18 14 January 2018 Germany Dresden, Germany 6 x 1.3 km Team Sprint F World Cup 1st Dahlqvist
10 2018–19 13 January 2019 Germany Dresden, Germany 6 x 1.6 km Team Sprint F World Cup 2nd Sundling
11 10 February 2019  Finland  Lahti, Finland 6 x 1.4 km Team Sprint C World Cup 1st Dahlqvist

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Team Nordic Ida Ingemarsdotter". Rossignol. Retrieved 2013-03-05.
  2. ^ "Ida Ingemarsdotter". FIS-Ski. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 15 January 2018.

External links[edit]

Media related to Ida Ingemarsdotter at Wikimedia Commons

Awards
Preceded by
Johan Olsson
Svenska Dagbladet Gold Medal
2014
(with Emma Wikén, Anna Haag & Charlotte Kalla)
Succeeded by
Sarah Sjöström