2006–07 FIS Cross-Country World Cup

The 2006–07 FIS Cross-Country World Cup was a multi-race tournament over a season for cross-country skiers. It was the 26th official World Cup season in cross-country skiing for men and ladies. The season began on 28 October 2006 with 800m sprint races for women in Düsseldorf which was eventually won by Marit Bjørgen of Norway. This season, Tour de Ski was a part of the World Cup for the first time. The World Cup is organised by the FIS who also run world cups and championships in ski jumping, snowboarding and alpine skiing amongst others.

2006–07 FIS Cross-Country World Cup
Discipline Men Women
Overall Germany Tobias Angerer (2nd title) Finland Virpi Kuitunen
Distance Germany Tobias Angerer Finland Virpi Kuitunen
Sprint Norway Jens Arne Svartedal Finland Virpi Kuitunen
Nations Cup Norway Norway Finland Finland
Nations Cup Overall Norway Norway
Stage events
Tour de Ski Germany Tobias Angerer Finland Virpi Kuitunen
Competition
Locations 18 venues 18 venues
Individual 25 events 25 events
Relay/Team 5 events 5 events
Cancelled 3 events 3 events

CalendarEdit

Both men's and women's events tend to be held at the same resorts over a 2 or 3 day period. Listed below is a list of races which equates with the points table further down this page.

The Tour de Ski is a series of events which count towards the World Cup. The inaugural Tour de Ski was supposed to start with the meet at Nové Město, but due to lack of snow the first two events were cancelled. The 1st Tour the Ski started in München and concluded at Val di Fiemme.

MenEdit

Key: C – Classic / F – Freestyle
WC Stage Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
1 1 28 October 2006     Düsseldorf Sprint F     Eldar Rønning   Øystein Pettersen   Tor Arne Hetland   Eldar Rønning [1]
2 2 18 November 2006     Gällivare 15 km F     Ole Einar Bjørndalen   Tore Ruud Hofstad   Franz Göring   Ole Einar Bjørndalen
  Eldar Rønning
[2]
3 3 25 November 2006     Kuusamo Sprint C     Jens Arne Svartedal   Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset   Tor Arne Hetland   Eldar Rønning [3]
4 4 26 November 2006     Kuusamo 15 km C     Eldar Rønning   Vincent Vittoz   Anders Södergren [4]
8 December 2006     Aosta Sprint F   cancelled, rescheduled to Rybinsk (21 Jan) [5]
10 December 2006     Aosta 30 km C Mass Start   cancelled [6]
5 5 13 December 2006     Cogne/Val d'Aosta 15 km C     Eldar Rønning   Tor Arne Hetland   Yevgeny Dementyev   Eldar Rønning [7]
6 6 16 December 2006     La Clusaz 30 km F Mass Start     Tobias Angerer   Alexander Legkov   Yevgeny Dementyev [8]
29 December 2006     Nové Město 4.5 km C Prologue   cancelled due to lack of snow, not rescheduled [9]
30 December 2006     Nové Město 15 km F Pursuit   cancelled due to lack of snow, not rescheduled [10]
7 31 December 2006     München Sprint F     Christoph Eigenmann   Devon Kershaw   Roddy Darragon   Eldar Rønning [11]
8 2 January 2007     Oberstdorf 10 km C + 10 km F  
Double Pursuit  
  Vincent Vittoz   Alexander Legkov   Tobias Angerer [12]
9 3 January 2007     Oberstdorf 15 km C     Franz Göring   René Sommerfeldt   Tobias Angerer [13]
10 5 January 2007     Asiago Sprint F     Tor Arne Hetland   Thobias Fredriksson   Petter Northug [14]
11 6 January 2007     Val di Fiemme 30 km C Mass Start     Eldar Rønning   Ivan Alypov   Sami Jauhojärvi [15]
12 7 January 2007     Val di Fiemme 11 km F Pursuit 
Final Climb  
  Sergey Shiryayev   Alexander Legkov   Giorgio Di Centa [16]
7 1st Tour de Ski Overall (29 December 2006 – 7 January 2007)   Tobias Angerer   Alexander Legkov   Simen Østensen   Tobias Angerer [17]
8 13 20 January 2007     Rybinsk 30 km F Mass Start     Alexander Legkov   Emmanuel Jonnier   Tobias Angerer   Tobias Angerer [18]
9 14 21 January 2007     Rybinsk Sprint F     Renato Pasini   Nikolay Pankratov   Tobias Angerer [19]
10 15 27 January 2007     Otepää 15 km C     Axel Teichmann   Frode Estil   Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset [20]
11 16 28 January 2007     Otepää Sprint C     Jens Arne Svartedal   Vasily Rochev   Torin Koos [21]
12 17 3 February 2007     Davos 15 km F     Vincent Vittoz
  Toni Livers
Not awarded   Christian Hoffmann [22]
13 18 15 February 2007     Changchun Sprint C     Ola Vigen Hattestad   Børre Næss   Tor Arne Hetland [23]
14 19 16 February 2007     Changchun 15 km F     Tobias Angerer   Vincent Vittoz   Emmanuel Jonnier [24]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 (22 February–4 March)
15 20 10 March 2007     Lahti Sprint F     Petter Northug   Jens Arne Svartedal   Eldar Rønning   Tobias Angerer [25]
16 21 11 March 2007     Lahti 15 km C     Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset   Eldar Rønning   Tobias Angerer [26]
17 22 14 March 2007     Drammen Sprint C     Børre Næss   Mats Larsson   Trond Iversen [27]
18 23 17 March 2007     Oslo 50 km C     Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset   Tobias Angerer   Frode Estil [28]
19 24 21 March 2007     Stockholm Sprint C     Mikhail Devyatyarov   Emil Jönsson   Mats Larsson [29]
20 25 24 March 2007     Falun 15 km C + 15 km F 
Double Pursuit  
  Tobias Angerer   Mathias Fredriksson   Emmanuel Jonnier [30]

WomenEdit

Key: C – Classic / F – Freestyle
WC Stage Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
1 1 28 October 2006     Düsseldorf Sprint F     Marit Bjørgen   Natalya Matveyeva   Ella Gjømle   Marit Bjørgen [31]
2 2 18 November 2006     Gällivare 10 km F     Kateřina Neumannová   Kristina Šmigun   Marit Bjørgen [32]
3 3 25 November 2006     Kuusamo Sprint C     Petra Majdič   Virpi Kuitunen   Marit Bjørgen [33]
4 4 26 November 2006     Kuusamo 10 km C     Virpi Kuitunen   Marit Bjørgen   Kristina Šmigun [34]
9 December 2006     Aosta Sprint F   cancelled, rescheduled to Rybinsk (21 Jan) [5]
10 December 2006     Aosta 15 km C Mass Start   cancelled [35]
5 5 13 December 2006     Cogne/Val d'Aosta 10 km C     Virpi Kuitunen   Petra Majdič   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Virpi Kuitunen [36]
6 6 16 December 2006     La Clusaz 15 km F Mass Start     Virpi Kuitunen   Riitta-Liisa Roponen   Arianna Follis [37]
29 December 2006     Nové Město 3 km C Prologue   cancelled due to lack of snow, not rescheduled [38]
30 December 2006     Nové Město 10 km F Pursuit   cancelled due to lack of snow, not rescheduled [39]
7 31 December 2006     München Sprint F     Marit Bjørgen   Arianna Follis   Chandra Crawford   Virpi Kuitunen [40]
8 2 January 2007     Oberstdorf 5 km C + 5 km F  
Double Pursuit  
  Kristin Størmer Steira   Valentyna Shevchenko   Olga Zavyalova [41]
9 3 January 2007     Oberstdorf 10 km C     Petra Majdič   Kristin Størmer Steira   Virpi Kuitunen [42]
10 5 January 2007     Asiago Sprint F     Virpi Kuitunen   Marit Bjørgen   Arianna Follis [43]
11 6 January 2007     Val di Fiemme 15 km C Mass Start     Virpi Kuitunen   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Marit Bjørgen [44]
12 7 January 2007     Val di Fiemme 10 km F Pursuit  
Final Climb  
  Kateřina Neumannová   Kristin Størmer Steira   Valentyna Shevchenko [45]
7 1st Tour de Ski Overall (29 December 2006 – 7 January 2007)   Virpi Kuitunen   Marit Bjørgen   Valentyna Shevchenko [17]
8 13 20 January 2007     Rybinsk 15 km F Mass Start     Riitta-Liisa Roponen   Kateřina Neumannová   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Virpi Kuitunen [46]
9 14 21 January 2007     Rybinsk Sprint F     Arianna Follis   Claudia Künzel-Nystad   Kikkan Randall [47]
10 15 27 January 2007     Otepää 10 km C     Justyna Kowalczyk   Virpi Kuitunen   Valentyna Shevchenko [48]
11 16 28 January 2007     Otepää Sprint C     Virpi Kuitunen   Astrid Jacobsen   Yevgeniya Shapovalova [49]
12 17 3 February 2007     Davos 10 km F     Virpi Kuitunen   Olga Zavyalova   Marit Bjørgen [50]
13 18 15 February 2007     Changchun Sprint C     Yevgeniya Shapovalova   Natalya Matveyeva   Guro Strøm Solli [51]
14 19 16 February 2007     Changchun 10 km F     Kateřina Neumannová   Karine Philippot   Svetlana Malahova [52]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 (22 February–4 March)
15 20 10 March 2007     Lahti Sprint F     Virpi Kuitunen   Riitta-Liisa Roponen   Anna Dahlberg   Virpi Kuitunen [53]
16 21 11 March 2007     Lahti 10 km C     Kristina Šmigun   Olga Zavyalova   Viola Bauer [54]
17 22 14 March 2007     Drammen Sprint C     Virpi Kuitunen   Petra Majdič   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen [55]
18 23 17 March 2007     Oslo 30 km C     Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Virpi Kuitunen   Petra Majdič [56]
19 24 21 March 2007     Stockholm Sprint C     Petra Majdič   Virpi Kuitunen   Anna Dahlberg [57]
20 25 24 March 2007     Falun 7.5 km C + 7.5 km F 
Double Pursuit  
  Marit Bjørgen   Kateřina Neumannová   Therese Johaug [58]

Men's teamEdit

WC Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Ref.
1 29 October 2006     Düsseldorf Team Sprint F     Sweden I
Björn Lind
Peter Larsson
  Norway II
Øystein Pettersen
Eldar Rønning
  Italy I
Renato Pasini
Cristian Zorzi
[59]
2 19 November 2006     Gällivare 4 × 10 km relay C/F     Germany
Jens Filbrich
Franz Göring
Tobias Angerer
Axel Teichmann
  Russia
Nikolay Pankratov
Vasily Rochev
Alexander Legkov
Yevgeny Dementyev
  Czech Republic
Martin Koukal
Lukáš Bauer
Jiří Magál
Milan Šperl
[60]
3 17 December 2006     La Clusaz 4 × 10 km relay C/F     Russia I
Vasily Rochev
Nikolay Pankratov
Alexander Legkov
Yevgeny Dementyev
  Norway
Tor Arne Hetland
Eldar Rønning
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
Petter Northug
  Germany
Benjamin Seifert
Axel Teichmann
René Sommerfeldt
Tobias Angerer
[61]
21 January 2007     Rybinsk Team Sprint C   cancelled, due to rescheduled sprint to Rybinsk (21 Jan) [62]
4 4 February 2007     Davos 4 × 10 km relay C/F     Russia
Ivan Babikov
Sergey Novikov
Ilia Chernousov
Sergey Shiryayev
  Italy
Valerio Checchi
Giorgio Di Centa
Fabio Santus
Pietro Piller Cottrer
  France
Jean-Marc Gaillard
Vincent Vittoz
Emmanuel Jonnier
Alexandre Rousselet
[63]
5 25 March 2007     Falun 4 × 10 km relay C/F     Norway I
Øystein Pettersen
Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset
Frode Estil
Petter Northug
  Russia
Nikolay Pankratov
Vasily Rochev
Alexander Legkov
Maxim Vylegzhanin
  France
Christophe Perrillat-Collomb
Jean-Marc Gaillard
Vincent Vittoz
Emmanuel Jonnier
[64]

Women's teamEdit

WC Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Ref.
1 29 October 2006     Düsseldorf Team Sprint F     Norway I
Ella Gjømle
Marit Bjørgen
  Sweden I
Britta Norgren
Lina Andersson
  Finland II
Virpi Kuitunen
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
[65]
2 19 November 2006     Gällivare 4 × 5 km relay C/F     Norway I
Vibeke Skofterud
Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen
Kristin Størmer Steira
Marit Bjørgen
  Germany I
Manuela Henkel
Katrin Zeller
Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle
Claudia Künzel
  Finland
Kirsi Välimaa
Virpi Kuitunen
Riitta-Liisa Roponen
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
[66]
3 17 December 2006     La Clusaz 4 × 5 km relay C/F     Germany
Stefanie Böhler
Viola Bauer
Claudia Künzel-Nystad
Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle
  Sweden
Lina Andersson
Sara Lindborg
Charlotte Kalla
Britta Norgren
  Czech Republic
Helena Erbenová
Kamila Rajdlová
Ivana Janečková
Kateřina Neumannová
[67]
21 January 2007     Rybinsk Team Sprint C   cancelled, due to rescheduled sprint to Rybinsk (21 Jan) [68]
4 4 February 2007     Davos 4 × 5 km relay C/F     Sweden
Lina Andersson
Anna Karin Strömstedt
Charlotte Kalla
Britta Norgren
  Norway I
Astrid Jacobsen
Vibeke Skofterud
Kristin Størmer Steira
Marit Bjørgen
  Finland
Pirjo Muranen
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
Kati Venäläinen
Riitta-Liisa Roponen
[69]
5 25 March 2007     Falun 4 × 5 km relay C/F     Germany
Stefanie Böhler
Viola Bauer
Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle
Claudia Künzel-Nystad
  Finland I
Pirjo Muranen
Virpi Kuitunen
Riitta-Liisa Roponen
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
  Sweden I
Anna Dahlberg
Maria Rydqvist
Charlotte Kalla
Britta Norgren
[70]

Men's standingsEdit

Below are tables showing the number of points won in the 2006–07 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup for men.

The first place skier got 100 points, second place got 80, 3rd - 60, 4th - 50, 5th - 45, 6th - 40, 7th - 36, 8th - 32, 9th - 29, 10th - 26, 11th - 24, 12th - 22, 13th - 20, 14th - 18, 15th - 16, 16th - 15... and from then on all the way to 30th - 1 point.

11 distance events and five sprint events counted in the World Cup overall standings.

OverallEdit

Pos Skier 1 2 3 4 6 7 8-15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Pts
1   Tobias Angerer 4 8 13 1 1 3 3 6 1 9 3 2 1 1131
2   Alexander Legkov 7 12 22 2 2 1 25 26 578
3   Eldar Rønning 1 8 1 1 17 26 17 3 2 22 556
4   Tor Arne Hetland 3 3 7 2 15 5 15 20 3 18 17 522
5   Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset 2 11 4 3 16 1 7 1 17 479
6   Vincent Vittoz 30 2 9 14 19 7 1= 2 10 5 463
7   Petter Northug 11 24 4 5 1 7 12 23 442
8   Jens Arne Svartedal 15 1 19 15 21 1 21 2 18 12 386
9   Sami Jauhojärvi 25 22 8 8 26 7 17 8 27= 24 8 13 5 382
10   Frode Estil 16 6 11 2 4 3 6 381
11   Simen Østensen 3 30 5 5 19 14 361
12   Mathias Fredriksson 27 4 14 11 14 13 27= 13 14 17 19 2 336
13   Franz Göring 3 6 4 6 24 317
14   Yevgeny Dementiev 18 3 3 8 9 24 18 26 315
15   Anders Södergren 3 5 4 16 23 11 4 297
16   Nikolay Pankratov 29 13 10 23 2 11 7 13 294
17   René Sommerfeldt 8 15 6 20 8 11 15 4 269
18   Axel Teichmann 6 7 5 1 22 8 262
19   Jens Filbrich 9 9 12 12 9 19 29 15 29 250
20   Emil Jönsson 6 6 7 7 4 2 246
21   Emmanuel Jonnier 16 26 2 28 3 3 238
22   Trond Iversen 9 4 13 12 4 10 3 9 218
23   Vasily Rochev 10 17 4 15 2 17 17 214
24   Børre Næss 13 2 29 1 24 209
25   Mats Larsson 16 10 23 2 3 18 202
25   Jaak Mae 5 26 5 5 6 12 202
27   Sergey Shiryayev 12 10 7 4 200
28   Øystein Pettersen 2 9 16 19 11 11 184
29   Jiří Magál 12 29 13 8 18 9 178
30   Ola Vigen Hattestad 30 23 1 22 21 4 177

DistanceEdit

Rank Points
1   Tobias Angerer (GER) 592
2   Vincent Vittoz (FRA) 415
3   Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset (NOR) 348
4   Eldar Rønning (NOR) 286
5   Frode Estil (NOR) 285
6   Alexander Legkov (RUS) 260
7   Mathias Fredriksson (SWE) 255
8   Anders Södergren (SWE) 238
9   Emmanuel Jonnier (FRA) 219
10   Axel Teichmann (GER) 217

SprintEdit

Rank Points
1   Jens Arne Svartedal (NOR) 341
2   Trond Iversen (NOR) 286
3   Emil Jönsson (SWE) 282
4   Tor Arne Hetland (NOR) 234
5   Eldar Rønning (NOR) 215
6   Andrew Newell (USA) 210
7   Børre Næss (NOR) 209
8   Johan Kjølstad (NOR) 181
9   Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR) 178
10   Vasily Rochev (RUS) 170

Women's standingsEdit

Below are tables showing the number of points won in the 2006–07 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup for women.

The first place skier got 100 points, second place got 80, 3rd - 60, 4th - 50, 5th - 45, 6th - 40, 7th - 36, 8th - 32, 9th - 29, 10th - 26, 11th - 24, 12th - 22, 13th - 20, 14th - 18, 15th - 16, 16th - 15... and from then on all the way to 30th - 1 point.

11 distance events and five sprint events counted in the World Cup overall standings.

OverallEdit

Pos Skier 1 2 3 4 5 6 7-14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Pts
1   Virpi Kuitunen 12 13 2 1 1 1 1 5 4 2 1 1 1 12 1 2 2 28 1510
2   Marit Bjørgen 1 3 3 2 17 2 4 19 3 8 16 10 19 1 941
3   Kateřina Neumannová 24 1 4 5 4 5 2 6 4 1 6 7 7 2 894
4   Petra Majdič 10 8 1 7 2 8 6 15 9 11 4 6 2 3 1 26 844
5   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen 17 17 8 8 3 7 4 3 16 6 6 17 9 5 3 1 11 6 826
6   Riitta-Liisa Roponen 9= 12 8 2 13 1 13 15 2 9 5 16 548
7   Valentina Shevchenko 4 6 9 6 3 3 25 12 23 12 11 541
8   Justyna Kowalczyk 18 27 4 27 11 1 7 5 11 10 7 6 21 484
9   Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle 7 19 16 18 25 9 8 9 10 25= 9 8 19 16 27 4 438
10   Arianna Follis 5 14 18 30= 3 16 10 1 21 5 25 28 29 8 419
11   Kristina Šmigun 2 3 10 15 7 21 1 8 5 405
12   Olga Zavyalova 9= 15 14 25 14 8 2 2 9 7 398
13   Claudia Künzel-Nystad 23 16 15 21 28 17 19 22 2 14 28 8 14 17 17 4 13 369
14   Kristin Størmer Steira 12 19 5 7 23 7 4 11 10 367
15   Vibeke Skofterud 5 27 5 6 19 9 7 19 14 13 15 364
16   Viola Bauer 26 13 15 10 16 27 10 16 3 14 20 10 18 333
17   Natalya Matveyeva 2 23 5 24 4 2 13= 23 18 9 311
18   Karine Philippot 21 22 20 14 12 19 6 2 24 19 287
19   Marianna Longa 11 22 13 15 17 18 5 18 21 6 9 281
20   Lina Andersson 4 7 30= 9 5 10 5 6 12 272
21   Anna Dahlberg 14 6 3 15 4 3 20 255
22   Natalya Korostelyova 15 11 28 11 24 23 11 7 9 22 30 18 218
23   Yevgeniya Shapovalova 13 14 3 1 18 26 216
24   Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen 25 4 17 2 4 17 214
25   Stefanie Böhler 18 10 21 11 6 17 11 20 21 17 23 213
26   Ella Gjømle 3 30 6 14 28 16 12 13 27 23 191
27   Mona-Liisa Malvalehto 6 5 8 5 13 182
28   Alyona Sidko 29 22 29 21 25 12 5 10 12 23 14 176
29   Pirjo Manninen 22 25 19 26 22 11 17 21 29 5 29 165
30   Kikkan Randall 12 3 7 7 30 155

DistanceEdit

Rank Points
1   Virpi Kuitunen (FIN) 650
2   Kateřina Neumannová (CZE) 627
3   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen (FIN) 441
4   Marit Bjørgen (NOR) 405
5   Kristina Smigun (EST) 405
6   Riitta-Liisa Roponen (FIN) 368
7   Olga Zavyalova (RUS) 326
8   Petra Majdič (SVN) 325
9   Valentyna Shevchenko (UKR) 295
10   Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) 252

SprintEdit

Rank Points
1   Virpi Kuitunen (FIN) 532
2   Petra Majdič (SVN) 385
3   Natalya Matveyeva (RUS) 313
4   Lina Andersson (SWE) 238
5   Anna Dahlberg (SWE) 228
6   Marit Bjørgen (NOR) 216
7   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen (FIN) 214
8   Arianna Follis (ITA) 208
9   Yevgeniya Shapovalova (RUS) 203
10   Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen (NOR) 182

Nations CupEdit

This is the sum of all individual points scored plus points for relay events. Relays count double (200 to the winner), while two teams may be counted for team sprints.

OverallEdit

Pos Nation Points Men's (Rk) Women's (Rk)
1   Norway 849 522 (1) 327 (1)
2   Sweden 380 174 (3) 206 (2)
3   Germany 337 201 (2) 136 (4)
4   Italy 245 130 (4) 115 (6)
5   Finland 208 33 (9) 175 (3)
6   Russia 177 42 (7) 135 (5)
7    Switzerland 139 74 (5) 65 (8)
8   Slovenia 88 88 (7)
9   France 87 50 (6) 37 (10)
10   Japan 72 29 (12) 42 (9)
11   Estonia 51 41 (8) 10 (14)
12   Czech Republic 40 33 (9) 7 (15)
13   Austria 35 22 (13) 13 (13)
14   United States 32 32 (11)
15   Belarus 31 31 (11)
16   China 30 10 (15) 20 (12)
17   Poland 15 15 (14)

AchievementsEdit

Victories in this World Cup (all-time number of victories as of 2006/07 season in parentheses)

RetirementsEdit

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "Men's Sprint F – Düsseldorf" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  2. ^ "Men's 15 km F – Gällivare" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  3. ^ "Men's Sprint C – Kuusamo" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  4. ^ "Men's 15 km C – Kuusamo" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  5. ^ a b "Östersund tar over for Aosta og Cogne?". vg.no (in Norwegian). Verdens Gang. 30 November 2006. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  6. ^ "Men's 30 km C Mass Start (Cancelled) – Cogne/Val d'Aosta". fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  7. ^ "Men's 15 km C – Cogne/Val d'Aosta" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  8. ^ "Men's 30 km F Mass Start – La Clusaz" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  9. ^ "Men's 4.5 km C Prologue (Cancelled) – Nové Město". fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  10. ^ "Men's 15 km F Pursuit (Cancelled) – Nové Město". fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  11. ^ "Men's Sprint F – München" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  12. ^ "Men's 10 km C + 10 km F Double Pursuit – Oberstdorf" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  13. ^ "Men's 15 km C – Oberstdorf" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  14. ^ "Men's Sprint F – Asiago" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  15. ^ "Men's 30 km C Mass Start – Val di Fiemme" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  16. ^ "Men's 11 km F Final Climb Pursuit – Val di Fiemme". fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  17. ^ a b No World Cup points are awarded for individual wins in Tour de Ski. However, quadruple World Cup points are available for the winner.
  18. ^ "Men's 30 km F Mass Start – Rybinsk" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  19. ^ "Men's Sprint F – Rybinsk" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2020.
  20. ^ "Men's 15 km C – Otepää" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2020.
  21. ^ "Men's 15 km C – Otepää" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2020.
  22. ^ "Men's 15 km F – Davos" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2020.
  23. ^ "Men's Sprint C – Changchun" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2020.
  24. ^ "Men's 15 km F – Changchun" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2020.
  25. ^ "Men's Sprint F – Lahti" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2020.
  26. ^ "Men's 15 km C – Lahti" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2020.
  27. ^ "Men's Sprint C – Drammen" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2020.
  28. ^ "Men's 50 km C – Oslo" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2020.
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  30. ^ "Men's 15 km C + 15 km F Double Pursuit – Falun" (PDF). fis-ski.com. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2020.
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