2001–02 FIS Cross-Country World Cup

The 2001–02 FIS Cross-Country World Cup was the 21st official World Cup season in cross-country skiing for men and ladies. The season began in Kuopio, Finland on 24 November 2001 and finished in Lillehammer, Norway on 23 March 2002. Per Elofsson of Sweden won the overall men's cup,[1] and Bente Skari of Norway won the women's.[2]

2001–02 FIS Cross-Country World Cup
Discipline Men Women
Overall Sweden Per Elofsson (2nd title) Norway Bente Skari (3rd title)
Distance (not arranged) (not arranged)
Sprint Norway Trond Iversen Norway Bente Skari
Nations Cup Norway Norway Norway Norway
Nations Cup Overall Norway Norway
Competition
Locations 15 venues 15 venues
Individual 20 events 20 events
Relay/Team 5 events 5 events

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Key: C – Classic / F – Freestyle
WC Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
1 24 November 2001     Kuopio 15 km C     Anders Aukland   Erling Jevne   Frode Estil   Anders Aukland [1]
2 25 November 2001     Kuopio 10 km F     Per Elofsson   Ole Einar Bjørndalen   Thomas Alsgaard [2]
3 8 December 2001     Cogne 10 km C     Anders Aukland   Per Elofsson   Frode Estil [3]
4 9 December 2001     Cogne Sprint F     Cristian Zorzi   Tor Arne Hetland   Markus Hasler [4]
5 12 December 2001     Brusson 15 km F     Johann Mühlegg   Christian Hoffmann   Per Elofsson   Per Elofsson [5]
6 15 December 2001     Davos 15 km C     Erling Jevne   Per Elofsson   Ivan Bátory [6]
7 19 December 2001     Asiago Sprint C     Jens Arne Svartedal   Trond Iversen   Andreas Schlütter [7]
8 22 December 2001     Ramsau 30 km F Mass Start     Per Elofsson   Ole Einar Bjørndalen   Christian Hoffmann [8]
9 27 December 2001     Garmisch-Partenkirchen Sprint F     Cristian Zorzi   Tor Arne Hetland   Peter Larsson [9]
10 29 December 2001     Salzburg Sprint F     Håvard Bjerkeli   Trond Einar Elden   Tor Arne Hetland [10]
11 5 January 2002     Val di Fiemme 10 km C + 10 km F  
Double Pursuit  
  Per Elofsson   Thomas Alsgaard   Anders Aukland [11]
12 6 January 2002     Val di Fiemme Sprint F     Trond Iversen   Keijo Kurttila   Thobias Fredriksson [12]
13 8 January 2002     Val di Fiemme 30 km C Mass Start     Anders Aukland   Vitaly Denisov   Mathias Fredriksson [13]
14 12 January 2002     Nové Město 10 km F     Fabio Maj   Jaak Mae   Kristen Skjeldal [14]
2002 Winter Olympics (8–24 February)
15 2 March 2002     Lahti 10 km F     Per Elofsson   Thomas Alsgaard   Tore Ruud Hofstad   Per Elofsson [15]
16 5 March 2002     Stockholm Sprint C     Jens Arne Svartedal   Trond Iversen   Björn Lind [16]
17 9 March 2002     Falun 10 km C + 10 km F  
Double Pursuit  
  Thomas Alsgaard   Kristen Skjeldal   Per Elofsson [17]
18 13 March 2002     Oslo Sprint C     Jens Arne Svartedal   Jörgen Brink   Keijo Kurttila [18]
19 16 March 2002     Oslo 50 km F     Thomas Alsgaard   Kristen Skjeldal   Pietro Piller Cottrer [19]
20 23 March 2002     Lillehammer 58 km C  
(Birkebeinerrennet)  
  Thomas Alsgaard   Anders Aukland   Frode Estil [20]

LadiesEdit

Key: C – Classic / F – Freestyle
WC Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
1 24 November 2001     Kuopio 10 km C     Bente Skari   Olga Danilova   Lina Andersson   Bente Skari [21]
2 25 November 2001     Kuopio 5 km F     Kateřina Neumannová   Yuliya Chepalova  Kristina Šmigun   Olga Danilova [22]
3 8 December 2001     Cogne 10 km C     Bente Skari   Olga Danilova   Vibeke Skofterud [23]
4 9 December 2001     Cogne Sprint F     Kateřina Neumannová   Vibeke Skofterud   Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen   Kateřina Neumannová [24]
5 12 December 2001     Brusson 10 km F     Yuliya Chepalova   Stefania Belmondo   Kristina Šmigun [25]
6 15 December 2001     Davos 10 km C     Bente Skari   Kristina Šmigun   Stefania Belmondo [26]
7 19 December 2001     Asiago Sprint C     Bente Skari   Petra Majdič   Beckie Scott   Bente Skari [27]
8 22 December 2001     Ramsau 15 km F Mass Start     Kristina Šmigun   Stefania Belmondo   Yelena Burukhina [28]
9 27 December 2001     Garmisch-Partenkirchen Sprint F     Evi Sachenbacher   Sabina Valbusa   Maj Helen Sorkmo [29]
10 29 December 2001     Salzburg Sprint F     Anita Moen   Kateřina Neumannová   Maj Helen Sorkmo   Kateřina Neumannová [30]
11 5 January 2002     Val di Fiemme 5 km C + 5 km F  
Double Pursuit  
  Olga Danilova   Bente Skari   Kateřina Neumannová   Bente Skari [31]
12 6 January 2002     Val di Fiemme Sprint F     Kateřina Neumannová   Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen   Sabina Valbusa   Kateřina Neumannová [32]
13 8 January 2002     Val di Fiemme 15 km F Mass Start     Bente Skari   Olga Danilova   Svetlana Nageykina   Bente Skari [33]
14 12 January 2002     Nové Město 5 km F     Yuliya Chepalova   Kateřina Neumannová   Stefania Belmondo   Kateřina Neumannová [34]
2002 Winter Olympics (8–24 February)
15 2 March 2002     Lahti 10 km F     Kristina Šmigun   Stefania Belmondo   Nina Gavrylyuk   Kateřina Neumannová [35]
16 5 March 2002     Stockholm Sprint C     Bente Skari   Petra Majdič   Anita Moen   Bente Skari [36]
17 9 March 2002     Falun 5 km C + 5 km F  
Double Pursuit  
  Stefania Belmondo   Nina Gavrylyuk   Gabriella Paruzzi [37]
18 13 March 2002     Oslo Sprint C     Bente Skari   Lina Andersson   Manuela Henkel [38]
19 16 March 2002     Oslo 30 km F     Stefania Belmondo   Kristina Šmigun   Gabriella Paruzzi [39]
20 23 March 2002     Lillehammer 58 km C  
(Birkebeinerrennet)  
  Anita Moen   Vibeke Skofterud   Manuela Henkel [40]

Men's teamEdit

WC Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Ref.
1 27 November 2001     Kuopio 4 × 10 km relay C/F     Norway
Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset
Erling Jevne
Håvard Bjerkeli
Tor Arne Hetland
  Sweden
Urban Lindgren
Mathias Fredriksson
Per Elofsson
Jörgen Brink
  Russia
Vasily Rochev
Mikhail Ivanov
Nikolay Bolshakov
Vladimir Vilissov
[41]
2 16 December 2001     Davos 4 × 10 km relay C/F     Sweden
Urban Lindgren
Mathias Fredriksson
Niklas Jonsson
Per Elofsson
  Russia
Vitaly Denisov
Mikhail Ivanov
Vladimir Vilissov
Nikolay Bolshakov
  Norway
Frode Estil
Erling Jevne
Thomas Alsgaard
Tor Arne Hetland
[42]
3 13 January 2002     Nové Město Team Sprint F     Italy II
Fabio Maj
Freddy Schwienbacher
  Italy I
Giorgio Di Centa
Cristian Zorzi
  Finland III
Teemu Kattilakoski
Sami Repo
[43]
4 3 March 2002     Lahti Team Sprint F     Italy
Giorgio Di Centa
Cristian Zorzi
  Germany
René Sommerfeldt
Tobias Angerer
  Czech Republic
Lukáš Bauer
Martin Koukal
[44]
5 10 March 2002     Falun 4 × 10 km relay C/F     Norway I
Frode Estil
Anders Aukland
Kristen Skjeldal
Thomas Alsgaard
  Sweden
Mathias Fredriksson
Per Elofsson
Anders Södergren
Fredrik Östberg
  Norway II
Jens Arne Svartedal
Erling Jevne
Tore Ruud Hofstad
Tore Bjonviken
[45]

Ladies' teamEdit

WC Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Ref.
1 27 November 2001     Kuopio 4 × 5 km relay C/F     Russia I
Olga Danilova
Natalya Baranova-Masalkina
Nina Gavrylyuk
Yuliya Chepalova
  Russia II
Alyona Sidko
Lyubov Yegorova
Yelena Burukhina
Olga Zavyalova
  Sweden
Lina Andersson
Elin Ek
Anna Dahlberg
Jenny Olsson
[46]
2 16 December 2001     Davos 4 × 5 km relay C/F     Norway
Tina Bay
Bente Skari
Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen
Vibeke Skofterud
  Russia III
Alyona Sidko
Olga Moskalenko
Yelena Burukhina
Ekaterina Stchastlivaia
  Italy
Cristina Paluselli
Gabriella Paruzzi
Arianna Follis
Stefania Belmondo
[47]
3 13 January 2002     Nové Město Team Sprint F     Russia
Yevgeniya Medvedeva-Arbuzova
Yuliya Chepalova
  Italy
Gabriella Paruzzi
Sabina Valbusa
  Finland
Riikka Sirviö
Riitta-Liisa Lassila
[48]
4 3 March 2002     Lahti Team Sprint F     Italy
Gabriella Paruzzi
Sabina Valbusa
  Russia
Olga Zavyalova
Nina Gavrylyuk
  France/  Italy
Karine Philippot
Stefania Belmondo
[49]
5 10 March 2002     Falun 4 × 5 km relay C/F     Italy
Sabina Valbusa
Gabriella Paruzzi
Cristina Paluselli
Stefania Belmondo
  Norway
Anita Moen
Marit Bjørgen
Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen
Vibeke Skofterud
  Germany
Manuela Henkel
Viola Bauer
Claudia Künzel
Evi Sachenbacher
[50]

Men's standingsEdit

Ladies' standingsEdit

AchievementsEdit

Victories in this World Cup (all-time number of victories as of 2001/02 season in parentheses)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "WORLD CUP STANDING MEN" (PDF). International Ski Federation. Retrieved 30 January 2018.
  2. ^ "WORLD CUP STANDING WOMEN" (PDF). International Ski Federation. Retrieved 30 January 2018.

External linksEdit