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    March 1st - Gatineau Sprint (Free Technique)

    The Individual Sprint starts with a time trial in the qualification round. Skiers start every 15 seconds, with the 30 fastest qualifying for the quarterfinals, where they face off in heats of six. The first two finishers in each heat move on automatically to the semifinals,  along with the two skiers with the next fastest times (lucky losers). The semis follow the same process, with the grand final featuring the six fastest skiers in a showdown for the stage win.

    1:45PM FIS World cup Sprint (free technique) – Ladies

    2:15PM FIS World cup Sprint (free technique) – Men

    COURSES

     

    • 1
      USTIUGOV Sergey
      Russia
      3:13.77
    • 2
      JOUVE Richard
      France
      +0.08(PF)
    • 3
      HAMILTON Simeon
      USA
      +0.09(PF)
    • 1
      FALLA Maiken Caspersen
      Norway
      3:34.00
    • 2
      NILSSON Stina
      Sweden
      +0.73
    • 3
      DIGGINS Jessica
      USA
      +0.87
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    March 2nd - Montreal 13 - 20 Km Mass start (classic)

    Ski racing’s most simple and straightforward format. All skiers start together. An exciting, tactical race (similar to road cycling) with the first skier to cross the finish line taking victory.

    12PM FIS World cup Mass Start (classic) – Ladies
    2:30PM FIS World cup Mass Start (classic) – Men

    Course

    • 1
      IVERSEN Emil
      Norway
      45:05.4
    • 2
      NORTHUG Petter Jr.
      Norway
      45:10.7
    • 3
      USTIUGOV Sergey
      Russia
      45:19.9
    • 1
      Therese Johaug
      Norway
      30:05.6
    • 2
      Heidi Weng
      Norway
      31:05.9
    • 3
      Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen
      Norway
      31:15.4
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    March 4th - Quebec city Sprint (Free Technique)

    The Individual Sprint starts with a time trial in the qualification round. Skiers start every 15 seconds, with the 30 fastest qualifying for the quarterfinals, where they face off in heats of six. The first two finishers in each heat move on automatically to the semifinals,  along with the two skiers with the next fastest times (lucky losers). The semis follow the same process, with the grand final featuring the six fastest skiers in a showdown for the stage win.

    3:30PM  FIS World Cup sprint (free technique)

    COURSES

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    March 5th - Quebec city 10-15 Km Pursuit (Free Technique)

    The thrill of the chase. The pursuit event is an exhilarating race format that sees the Tour’s overall leader start first, only to be chased by the skiers behind him or her in the general classification. Skiers start one-by-one at intervals determined by their current time deficit in the overall standings. The job of the leader is to fend off the chasing skiers and hold on for the win. First skier across the line wins the race, but skiers can also compete for “fastest time of the day” prizing as well.

     

    3PM FIS World Cup Pursuit (free technique) – Ladies

    4PM FIS World Cup Pursuit (free technique) – Men

     

    COURSES

    • 1
      USTIUGOV Sergey
      Russia
      34:31.8
    • 2
      NORTHUG Petter Jr
      Norway
      34:49.5
    • 3
      Emil Iversen
      Norway
      35:34.0
    • 1
      WENG Heidi
      Norway
      24:18.0
    • 2
      JOHAUG Therese
      Norway
      24:18.9
    • 3
      JACOBSEN Astrid Uhrenholdt
      Norway
      25:24.0
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    March 8th - Canmore Sprint (classic)

    The Individual Sprint starts with a time trial in the qualification round. Skiers start every 15 seconds, with the 30 fastest qualifying for the quarterfinals, where they face off in heats of six. The first two finishers in each heat move on automatically to the semifinals,  along with the two skiers with the next fastest times (lucky losers). The semis follow the same process, with the grand final featuring the six fastest skiers in a showdown for the stage win.

     

    10AM (MST) FIS World Cup Sprint Qualifiers (classic)

    1PM (MST) FIS World Cup Heats (Sprint)

     

    COURSES

    • 1
      PELLEGRINO Federico
      ITA
      3:46.33
    • 2
      -BRANDSDAL Eirik
      NOR
      +0.54
    • 3
      MANIFICAT Maurice
      FRA
      +1.00
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      FALLA Maiken Caspersen
      NOR
      4:09.26
    • 2
      JACOBSEN Astrid Uhrenholdt
      NOR
      +7.07
    • 3
      OESTBERG Ingvild Flugstad
      NOR
      -
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    March 9th - Canmore 15-30 Km Skiathlon

    The skiathlon features two courses, one Classic, the other Freestyle. The skiers start in mass start formation. The first half of the race is skied using the classical technique. At the halfway mark, skiers enter a transition zone in the stadium (much like triathlon) where they switch skis and poles. The second half of the race is skied using the freestyle (skating) technique. First skier across the finish line wins.

     

    10AM (MST) FIS World Cup Skiathlon – Ladies

    12:30PM (MST) FIS World Cup Skiathlon – Men

     

    COURSES

    • 1
      SUNDBY Martin Johnsrud
      Norway
      1:16:29.7
    • 2
      USTIUGOV Sergey
      Russia
      1:16:32.5
    • 3
      HEIKKINEN Matti
      Finland
      1:16:33.4
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      WENG Heidi
      Norway
      39:41.0
    • 2
      JOHAUG Therese
      Norway
      39:41.8
    • 3
      JACOBSEN Astrid Uhrenholdt
      Norway
      39:50.8
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    March 11th - Canmore 10-15 Km Interval start (Free Technique)

    Skiers start individually at set intervals for the ultimate test of strength, endurance and pacing: the race against the clock. The aim is simple: complete the course as quickly as possible. Skiers start at 30 seconds intervals with the fastest skiers (the Red Group) getting preferential starting positions. Fastest time wins.

     

    9:45 AM (MST) FIS  World Cup Interval Start (free technique) – Ladies

    1PM (MST) FIS  World Cup Interval Start (free technique) – Men

     

    COURSES

    • 1
      HEIKKINEN Matti
      Finland
      35:16.3
    • 2
      BELOV Evgeniy
      Russia
      35:29.9 +1
    • 3
      HELLNER Marcus
      Sweden
      35:30.2
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      OESTBERG Ingvild Flugstad
      Norway
      23:20.1 0
    • 2
      WENG Heidi
      Norway
      23:43.1 +
    • 3
      PARMAKOSKI Krista
      Finland
      23:44.6
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    March 12th - Canmore 10-15 Km Pursuit (Classic)

    The thrill of the chase. The pursuit event is an exhilarating race format that sees the Tour’s overall leader start first, only to be chased by the skiers behind him or her in the general classification. Skiers start one-by-one at intervals determined by their current time deficit in the overall standings. The job of the leader is to fend off the chasing skiers and hold on for the win. First skier across the line wins the race, but skiers can also compete for “fastest time of the day” prizing as well.

     

    1PM (MST) FIS World Cup Pursuit 10k (classic) – Ladies

    2PM(MST)  FIS World Cup Pursuit 15k (classic) – Men

     

    COURSES

    • 1
      SUNDBY Martin Johnsrud
      NOR
      47:24.1
    • 2
      USTIUGOV Sergey
      RUS
      48:21.8
    • 3
      NORTHUG Petter Jr
      NOR
      49:16.6
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      JOHAUG Therese
      NOR
      34:12.4
    • 2
      WENG Heidi
      NOR
      35:20.2
    • 3
      OESTBERG Ingvild Flugstad
      NOR
      36:25.7