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2013 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup: Davos: Gloeersen interview

Anders Gloeersen (NOR) talks about how good it feels to finally win the Men’s 1.5km Sprint race after having a 3 year drought.

2013 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup: Davos: Gloeersen wins Men’s Sprint

Anders Gloeersen (NOR) won with a time of 2:38.74 to pick up his first WC sprint win in 3 years. Gloeersen leads the Sprint WC standings with 100 points.

2013 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup: Davos: Bjoergen interview

Marit Bjoergen (NOR) discusses getting back to back wins at Davos and edging American Kikkan Randall in the Women’s 1.5km Sprint.

2013 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup: Davos: Bjoergen wins Women’s Sprint

Just one day after winning the 15km, Marit Bjoergen (NOR) took another win today in the 1.5km Sprint after she beat Kikkan Randall (USA) in a photo finish. Randall leads the WC Sprint standings but Bjoergen leads the overall WC standings.

2013 Cross Country World Cup: Davos, Switzerland: Ladies And Men’s Sprint F

On the weekend of December 13-15, 2013 the world’s elite cross-country skiers will be in Davos at the start! In the FIS Calendar are distance and sprint races on the program. All races will be run in free technique.

2013 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup: Davos: Bjoergen interview

Marit Bjoergen (NOR) discusses her come from behind win in the 15km today and preparing for the Olympics.

2013 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup: Davos: Bjoergen wins

Marit Bjoergen (NOR) won with a time of 35:34.4 over fellow countrywomen Therese Johaug. Bjoergen leads the overall standings with 469 World Cup points.

2013 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup: Davos: Manificat interview

Maurice Manificat (FRA) talks about his first win of the season and looking ahead to the Olympics.

2013 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup: Davos: Manificat wins

Maurice Manificat (FRA) wins his third ever World Cup race, and his first over 15km, beating Chris Andre Jesoersen (NOR) by only 3.3 seconds.

2013 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Davos, Switzerland: Men’s 30km F And Ladies 15km F

On the weekend of December 13-15, 2013 the world’s elite cross-country skiers will be in Davos at the start! In the FIS Calendar are distance and sprint races on the program. All races will be run in free technique.

2013 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Davos: Ladies’ Individual 10km: Therese Johaug wins

Racing bib 61, the 23 year old Norwegian Therese Johaug finished with a time of 26.16.7. Johaug was also 2nd in the event at the national championships.

2013 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Davos: Ladies’ Individual 10km: Therese Johaug Interview 

Therese Johaug talks about how nervous she was on the course and winning after a tough start.

2013 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Davos: Men’s 15km F

The “Flüela-slope”, which is cut out for racing events, was established in the course of the Davos cross-country slopes extension. “Davos Nordic” – as the international cross-country skiing days are now called – has emerged as a top event.

2013 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Davos: Ladies 10km F

The Davos Nordic Cross Country stadium is situated centrally in Davos Dorf, within walking distance to hotels, restaurants and public transport. The well-prepared skiing tracks start from Bünda and reach far into the Flüela side valley.

2013 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Davos: Men’s Sprints: Poltoranin Interview

Alexey Poltoranin (KAZ) talks about how excited he is to get his first win of the season

2013 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Davos: Ladies’ Sprints: Justyna Kowalczyk interview

Justyna Kowalczyk talks about her strategy to win both the final event as well as the qaulifying event.

2013 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Davos: Mens’ Sprints: Poltoranin gets 1st win of the season

Alexey Poltoranin (KAZ) was the fastest man out of the gate and the first to finish. His final time was 3:25.66. Poltoranin was 28th in his previous sprint at Sochi.

2013 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Davos: Ladies’ Sprints: Kowalczyk wins

Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) took an early lead and never looked back, finishing with a time of 3:56.06, beating 2nd place skier Marit Bjoergen by 2.85 seconds.

January 17, 2012: SNWBD Oneill Evolution from Davos, Switzerland

January 17, 2012: SNWBD Oneill Evolution from Davos, Switzerland.

2013 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup: Asiago: Kriukov wins Men’s Sprint

Olympic champ Nikita Kriukov (RUS) won with a time of 4:21.18 to pick up his first world cup victory in classic. Kriukov finished 12th in the previous Sprint at Davos.

2013 FIBT Bobsled World Cup: Lake Placid, New York: 4 Man Bobsled

On the weekend of December 13-15, 2013 the world’s elite cross-country skiers will be in Davos at the start! In the FIS Calendar are distance and sprint races on the program. All races will be run in free technique.

2013 FIBT Skeleton World Cup: Lake Placid, New York: Women’s Sketeton Heat 2

On the weekend of December 13-15, 2013 the world’s elite cross-country skiers will be in Davos at the start! In the FIS Calendar are distance and sprint races on the program. All races will be run in free technique.

Groff out to put U.S on triathlon map

U.S. Olympic tri-athlete Sarah Groff trains in Hanover, New Hampshire May 22, 2012. Groff, 30, will be one of three U.S. athletes to compete in the women’s triathlon on Aug. 4, starting with a 1,500 meter swim in the Serpentine lake in Hyde Park and followed by a a 40-kilometre bike ride and a 10-kilometre […]

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