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Ulricehamn preparing for 50,000 spectators!

Ticket sales have been very good, five days before the race and we have sold 45,000 tickets. Saturday's 10/15 km competitions are expected to bring close to 30 000 visitors to the Ulricehamn ski stadium.  Sunday's relays are expected to attract ...

National Team Rosters for Ulricehamn

For the first time the city of Ulricehamn, Sweden will host an FIS World Cup event.  It will be a distance weekend with 10/15 km free technique interval start competitions on Saturday January 21, and team relays on Sunday the 22 January 2017....

Suspended Vylegzhanin Won Regional Championship, Violating FIS Rules

One result of the McLaren report was that the International Ski Federation (FIS) provisionally suspended six Russian cross-country skiers while it investigates possible doping at the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. Among the six was Maxim Vyl...

Toblach Sprint Weekend: Bonus Quotes

And you thought the weekend after the Tour de Ski would be boring. For fans of North American World Cup cross-country skiers, it was anything but, with Simi Hamilton coming excruciatingly close to a win in the men’s freestyle sprint on Satur...

INSIDE THE FENCE - On the podium

For the fortune athletes who make a World Cup podium once they cross the finish line a whole other experience begins from interviews, ceremonies, press conferences, anti-doping among others. We tried to capture it in the latest Inside the Fence video...

Bringing Back the Air Guitar, Harvey & Valjas Win Toblach Team Sprint

Sound check...check, check, check. Yup, air guitar time as Harvey and Valjas strum their Fischers after winning Team Sprint in Toblach, Italy. The post

Mäkäräinen with Back-to-Back Victories; Dunklee Moves Up to 24th

Over her 12-year storied biathlon career since the 2004/2005 season, Finland’s Kaisa Mäkäräinen had failed to reach the spot at the top of the podium during any World Cup race in Germany despite more than 50 race starts there. But this weeken...

Fourcade Continues Record Season in Ruhpolding Pursuit

Even Martin Fourcade himself seems surprised with his season so far in the record books. “I know what I did this season is incredible,” the French biathlon star said in Sunday’s press conference in Ruhpolding, Germany. “Even in my...

Québec City to host FIS Cross-Country World Cup Finals 2017

FIS is pleased to announce that the organiser of the FIS Cross-Country World Cup Final 2017 will be Québec City (CAN) from 17th – 19th March 2017.

Russia and Canada on top in Toblach team sprints

On the second day of sprint action Russia and Canada were victorious in the team sprint competitions in Toblach, Italy.  Natalia Matveeva (RUS), as she did the day before stole the win in the final meters just 0.04 seconds ahead of Sweden 1 anch...

Sunday Rundown: Valjas, Harvey Win 1st Team Sprint of Season in Toblach

FIS Cross-Country World Cup (Toblach, Italy): Freestyle team sprint The Canadians pulled the upset on Sunday in the first team sprint of the season, coming from eighth place and 2.1 seconds back at the last exchange to take the win in the men’s...

"Did you know" Team Sprint - Toblach

France has never won a World Cup Team Sprint (men or women- classic or free). France could be the seventh country to win a Team Sprint free event. Italy (6), Russia (6), Norway (5), Sweden (5), Germany (1) and Kazakhstan (1) have won the previous ...

Hamilton Back on Podium in Toblach Sprint; Five Americans in Top 13

The feeling was beyond déjà vu. Simi Hamilton remembered the exact moment so clearly: almost exactly 13 months ago, he had led the World Cup men’s freestyle-sprint final in Toblach, Italy, into the last climb and ensuing descent into the stadi...

Mäkäräinen in ‘Different League’ in Ruhpolding Sprint; Dunklee 33rd

Kaisa Mäkäräinen skied in a league of her own on Saturday. The five biathletes currently leading the International Biathlon Union (IBU) women’s overall standings also occupied the top five of Saturday’s 7.5-kilometer sprint in Ruhpo...

Matveeva and Skar win Toblach sprints

Natalia Matveeva (RUS) and Sindre Bjoernestad Skar (NOR) have won the 1.3 km free technique sprints in Toblach, Italy both in photo finishes.

Saturday Rundown: Hamilton Second in Toblach Skate Sprint

FIS Cross-Country World Cup (Toblach, Italy): Freestyle sprints Simi Hamilton is back on the World Cup podium and was three-hundredths of a second away from the win on Saturday in the men’s 1.3-kilometer freestyle sprint in Toblach, Italy. T...

INSIDE THE FENCE - Course preview Toblach-Dobbiaco

In the latest Inside the Fence we previewed the Nordic Area Toblach-Dobbiaco course for the FIS World Cup sprint weekend.  On day two of filming heavy snowfall made getting the pictures we wanted difficult but the arrival of snow in the air and ...

Burke Gives It One More Shot for Season-Best 12th; Bailey 18th in Ruhpolding Sprint

This week, Tim Burke reached a serious tipping point. A US Biathlon veteran with six International Biathlon Union (IBU) World Cup podiums to his name (including a silver medal at 2013 World Championships), Burke stated this past fall that he was ...

Friday Rundown: Burke 12th, Bailey 18th in Ruhpolding Men’s Sprint

IBU World Cup (Ruhpolding, Germany): Men’s sprint Another impeccable outing for France’s Martin Fourcade, another incredibly memorable one for Austria’s Julian Eberhard. Both shot clean in both stages of the men’s 10-kilometer spr...

Cockney Leads ‘North of the Border’ U.S. Nats Prologue Podium

MIDWAY, Utah. — Most were swallowed in seconds, the steady stream of snowflakes on Thursday serving a magician-like purpose: a curtain of snow through which the first five starters all appeared, only to disappear once again. All except one....

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