2008–09 FIS Cross-Country World Cup

The 2008–09 FIS Cross-Country World Cup was a multi-race tournament over the season for cross-country skiers. It was the 28th official World Cup season in cross-country skiing for men and ladies. The season began on 22 November 2008 with 15 km freestyle races for women in Gällivare, won by Charlotte Kalla of Sweden. The World Cup is organised by the FIS who also run world cups and championships in ski jumping, snowboarding and alpine skiing amongst others.

2008–09 FIS Cross-Country World Cup
Discipline Men Women
Overall Switzerland Dario Cologna Poland Justyna Kowalczyk
Distance Italy Pietro Piller Cottrer Poland Justyna Kowalczyk
Sprint Norway Ola Vigen Hattestad Slovenia Petra Majdič
Nations Cup Norway Norway Finland Finland
Nations Cup Overall Norway Norway
Stage events
Tour de Ski Switzerland Dario Cologna Finland Virpi Kuitunen
World Cup Final Switzerland Dario Cologna Poland Justyna Kowalczyk
Competition
Locations 17 venues 17 venues
Individual 30 events 30 events
Relay/Team 4 events 4 events
Cancelled 1 event 1 event

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. This starts with the meet at Oberhof and concludes at Val di Fiemme.

MenEdit

Key: C – Classic / F – Freestyle
WC Stage Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
1 1 22 November 2008     Gällivare 15 km F     Marcus Hellner   Pietro Piller Cottrer   Petter Northug   Marcus Hellner [1]
2 2 29 November 2008     Kuusamo Sprint C     Ola Vigen Hattestad   Tor Arne Hetland   John Kristian Dahl   Ola Vigen Hattestad
  Marcus Hellner
[2]
3 3 30 November 2008     Kuusamo 15 km C     Martin Johnsrud Sundby   Lukáš Bauer   Sami Jauhojärvi   Martin Johnsrud Sundby [3]
4 4 6 December 2008     La Clusaz 30 km F Mass Start     Petter Northug   Dario Cologna   Alexander Legkov   Petter Northug [4]
5 5 13 December 2008     Davos 15 km C     Johan Olsson   Axel Teichmann   Sami Jauhojärvi   Johan Olsson [5]
6 6 14 December 2008     Davos Sprint F     Ola Vigen Hattestad   Johan Kjølstad   Renato Pasini   Dario Cologna [6]
7 7 20 December 2008     Düsseldorf Sprint F     Ola Vigen Hattestad   Tor Arne Hetland   Fabio Pasini   Ola Vigen Hattestad [7]
8 27 December 2008     Oberhof 3.75 km F Prologue     Axel Teichmann   Dario Cologna   Petter Northug   Ola Vigen Hattestad [8]
9 28 December 2008     Oberhof 15 km C Pursuit     Dario Cologna   Axel Teichmann   Devon Kershaw   Dario Cologna [9]
10 29 December 2008     Prague Sprint F     Tor Arne Hetland   Vasily Rochev   Jean-Marc Gaillard [10]
11 31 December 2008     Nove Mesto 15 km C     Axel Teichmann   Martin Johnsrud Sundby   Nikolay Chebotko [11]
12 1 January 2009     Nove Mesto Sprint F     Petter Northug   Tor Arne Hetland   Cristian Zorzi [12]
13 3 January 2009     Val di Fiemme 20 km C Mass Start     Axel Teichmann   Sami Jauhojärvi   Nikolay Chebotko [13]
14 4 January 2009     Val di Fiemme 10 km F Pursuit  
Final Climb  
  Ivan Babikov   Tom Reichelt   Giorgio Di Centa [14]
8 2nd Tour de Ski Overall (27 December 2008 – 4 January 2009)   Dario Cologna   Petter Northug   Axel Teichmann [15]
9 15 16 January 2009     Vancouver Sprint C     Emil Jönsson   Ola Vigen Hattestad   Josef Wenzl   Dario Cologna [16]
10 16 17 January 2009     Vancouver 15 km C + 15 km F  
Double Pursuit  
  Pietro Piller Cottrer   Jean-Marc Gaillard   Valerio Checchi [17]
11 17 24 January 2009     Otepää 15 km C     Lukáš Bauer   Johan Olsson   Vincent Vittoz [18]
12 18 25 January 2009     Otepää Sprint C     Ola Vigen Hattestad   Øystein Pettersen   Børre Næss [19]
13 19 30 January 2009     Rybinsk 15 km F Mass Start     Tobias Angerer   Jean-Marc Gaillard   Sergei Dolidovich [20]
14 20 31 January 2009     Rybinsk Sprint F     Renato Pasini   Alexey Petukhov   Anton Gafarov [21]
1 February 2009     Rybinsk 15 km C + 15 km F  
Double Pursuit  
cancelled due to cold wetaher, not rescheduled [22]
15 21 13 February 2009     Valdidentro Sprint F     Ola Vigen Hattestad   Alexey Petukhov   Emil Jönsson   Dario Cologna [23]
16 22 14 February 2009     Valdidentro 15 km C     Anders Södergren   Jens Arne Svartedal   Johan Olsson [24]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2009 (19 February – 1 March)
17 23 7 March 2009     Lahti Sprint F     Petter Northug   Ola Vigen Hattestad   Nikolay Morilov   Dario Cologna [25]
18 24 8 March 2009     Lahti 15 km F     Alexander Legkov   Pietro Piller Cottrer   Christian Hoffmann [26]
19 25 12 March 2009     Trondheim Sprint C     Ola Vigen Hattestad   Petter Northug   John Kristian Dahl [27]
20 26 14 March 2009     Trondheim 50 km C Mass Start     Sami Jauhojärvi   Tobias Angerer   Alex Harvey   Petter Northug [28]
27 18 March 2009     Stockholm Sprint C     Johan Kjølstad   John Kristian Dahl   Eldar Rønning   Petter Northug [29]
28 20 March 2009     Falun 3.3 km F     Axel Teichmann   Dario Cologna   Martin Koukal [30]
29 21 March 2009     Falun 10 km C + 10 km F 
Double Pursuit 
  Dario Cologna   Marcus Hellner   Tobias Angerer   Dario Cologna [31]
30 22 March 2009     Falun 15 km F Pursuit     Sergey Shiryayev   Vincent Vittoz   Juha Lallukka [32]
21 2008–09 World Cup Final (18–22 March 2009)   Dario Cologna   Vincent Vittoz   Alexander Legkov [33]

WomenEdit

Key: C – Classic / F – Freestyle
WC Stage Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
1 1 22 November 2008     Gällivare 10 km F     Charlotte Kalla   Marit Bjørgen   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Charlotte Kalla [34]
2 2 29 November 2008     Kuusamo Sprint C     Petra Majdič   Lina Andersson   Justyna Kowalczyk   Petra Majdič [35]
3 3 30 November 2008     Kuusamo 10 km C     Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Virpi Kuitunen   Marit Bjørgen   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen [36]
4 4 6 December 2008     La Clusaz 15 km F Mass Start     Kristin Størmer Steira   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Therese Johaug [37]
5 5 13 December 2008     Davos 10 km C     Virpi Kuitunen   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Marit Bjørgen [38]
6 6 14 December 2008     Davos Sprint F     Petra Majdič   Celine Brun-Lie   Marit Bjørgen [39]
7 7 20 December 2008     Düsseldorf Sprint F     Petra Majdič   Natalya Matveyeva   Maiken Caspersen Falla [40]
8 27 December 2008     Oberhof 2.8 km F Prologue     Claudia Nystad   Arianna Follis   Petra Majdič
  Justyna Kowalczyk
  Petra Majdič [41]
9 28 December 2008     Oberhof 10 km C Pursuit     Virpi Kuitunen   Marit Bjørgen   Justyna Kowalczyk [42]
10 29 December 2008     Prague Sprint F     Arianna Follis   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Petra Majdič   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen [43]
11 31 December 2008     Nové Město 9 km C     Virpi Kuitunen   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Marit Bjørgen [44]
12 1 January 2009     Nové Město Sprint F     Arianna Follis   Petra Majdič   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen [45]
13 3 January 2009     Val di Fiemme 10 km C Mass Start     Virpi Kuitunen   Petra Majdič   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen [46]
14 4 January 2009     Val di Fiemme 9 km F Pursuit  
Final Climb  
  Therese Johaug   Kristin Størmer Steira   Valentyna Shevchenko [47]
8 2nd Tour de Ski Overall (27 December 2008 – 4 January 2009)   Virpi Kuitunen   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Petra Majdič [48]
9 15 16 January 2009     Vancouver Sprint C     Alena Procházková   Justyna Kowalczyk   Anna Olsson   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen [49]
10 16 17 January 2009     Vancouver 7.5 km C + 7.5 km F 
Double Pursuit  
  Justyna Kowalczyk   Marianna Longa   Arianna Follis [50]
11 17 24 January 2009     Otepää 10 km C     Justyna Kowalczyk   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Virpi Kuitunen [51]
12 18 25 January 2009     Otepää Sprint C     Petra Majdič   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Virpi Kuitunen [52]
13 19 30 January 2009     Rybinsk 10 km F Mass Start     Marianna Longa   Arianna Follis   Stefanie Böhler [53]
14 20 31 January 2009     Rybinsk Sprint F     Pirjo Muranen   Arianna Follis   Magda Genuin [54]
1 February 2009     Rybinsk 7.5 km C + 7.5 km F  
Double Pursuit  
cancelled due to cold wetaher, not rescheduled [55]
15 21 13 February 2009     Valdidentro Sprint F     Petra Majdič   Pirjo Muranen   Magda Genuin   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen [56]
16 22 14 February 2009     Valdidentro 10 km C     Justyna Kowalczyk   Marianna Longa   Petra Majdič [57]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2009 (19 February – 1 March)
17 23 7 March 2009     Lahti Sprint F     Petra Majdič   Arianna Follis   Pirjo Muranen   Petra Majdič [58]
18 24 8 March 2009     Lahti 10 km F     Justyna Kowalczyk   Charlotte Kalla   Marthe Kristoffersen [59]
19 25 12 March 2009     Trondheim Sprint C     Petra Majdič   Alena Procházková   Justyna Kowalczyk [60]
20 26 14 March 2009     Trondheim 30 km C Mass Start     Petra Majdič   Justyna Kowalczyk   Masako Ishida [61]
27 18 March 2009     Stockholm Sprint C     Petra Majdič   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen   Anna Olsson   Petra Majdič [62]
28 20 March 2009     Falun 2.5 km F     Claudia Nystad   Charlotte Kalla   Justyna Kowalczyk [63]
29 21 March 2009     Falun 5 km C + 5 km F 
Double Pursuit  
  Riitta-Liisa Roponen   Therese Johaug   Justyna Kowalczyk [64]
30 22 March 2009     Falun 10 km F Pursuit     Kristin Størmer Steira   Therese Johaug   Marthe Kristoffersen [65]
21 2008–09 World Cup Final (18–22 March 2009)   Justyna Kowalczyk   Therese Johaug   Charlotte Kalla   Justyna Kowalczyk [66]

Men's teamEdit

WC Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Ref.
1 23 November 2008     Gällivare 4 × 10 km relay C/F     Norway I
Martin Johnsrud Sundby
Eldar Rønning
Tore Ruud Hofstad
Petter Northug
  Sweden I
Daniel Rickardsson
Johan Olsson
Rikard Andreasson
Marcus Hellner
  Germany
Jens Filbrich
Tobias Angerer
Tom Reichelt
Axel Teichmann
[67]
2 7 December 2008     La Clusaz 4 × 10 km relay C/F     Norway I
Tor Arne Hetland
Martin Johnsrud Sundby
Tord Asle Gjerdalen
Petter Northug
  Sweden
Daniel Rickardsson
Johan Olsson
Anders Södergren
Marcus Hellner
  France I
Jean-Marc Gaillard
Vincent Vittoz
Maurice Manificat
Emmanuel Jonnier
[68]
3 21 December 2008     Düsseldorf Team Sprint F     Norway I
Tor Arne Hetland
Ola Vigen Hattestad
  Sweden I
Björn Lind
Thobias Fredriksson
  Russia I
Alexey Petukhov
Nikolay Morilov
[69]
4 18 January 2009     Vancouver Team Sprint F     Sweden I
Robin Bryntesson
Emil Jönsson
  Italy I
Fabio Pasini
Renato Pasini
  Canada I
George Grey
Alex Harvey
[70]

Women's teamEdit

WC Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Ref.
1 23 November 2008     Gällivare 4 × 5 km relay C/F     Norway I
Marit Bjørgen
Therese Johaug
Kristin Størmer Steira
Marthe Kristoffersen
  Finland
Pirjo Muranen
Virpi Kuitunen
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
Riitta-Liisa Roponen
  Sweden I
Jenny Hansson
Britta Norgren
Anna Haag
Charlotte Kalla
[71]
2 7 December 2008     La Clusaz 4 × 5 km relay C/F     Finland
Pirjo Muranen
Virpi Kuitunen
Riitta-Liisa Roponen
Aino-Kaisa Saarinen
  Sweden
Lina Andersson
Sara Lindborg
Anna Haag
Charlotte Kalla
  Norway
Kristin Mürer Stemland
Therese Johaug
Betty Ann Bjerkreim Nilsen
Kristin Størmer Steira
[72]
3 21 December 2008     Düsseldorf Team Sprint F     Russia I
Natalya Korostelyova
Natalya Matveyeva
  Norway I
Celine Brun-Lie
Maiken Caspersen Falla
  Germany I
Claudia Nystad
Stefanie Böhler
[73]
4 18 January 2009     Vancouver Team Sprint F     Italy I
Magda Genuin
Arianna Follis
  Germany
Nicole Fessel
Stefanie Böhler
  Sweden I
Lina Andersson
Anna Olsson
[74]

World Cup pointsEdit

The table shows the number of points won in the 2008–09 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup for men and women.

Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Individual 100 80 60 50 45 40 36 32 29 26 24 22 20 18 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Team Sprint
World Cup Final 200 160 120 100 90 80 72 64 58 52 48 44 40 36 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2
Relay
Tour de Ski 400 320 240 200 180 160 144 128 116 104 96 88 80 72 64 60 56 52 48 44 40 36 32 28 24 20 16 12 8 4
Stage Tour de Ski 50 46 43 40 37 34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Stage World Cup Final

A skier's best results in all distance races and sprint races counts towards the overall World Cup totals.

All distance races, included individual stages in Tour de Ski and in World Cup Final (which counts as 50% of a normal race), count towards the distance standings. All sprint races, including the sprint races during the Tour de Ski and the first race of the World Cup Final (which counts as 50% of a normal race), count towards the sprint standings.

The Nations Cup ranking is calculated by adding each country's individual competitors' scores and scores from team events. Relay events count double (see World Cup final positions), with only one team counting towards the total, while in team sprint events two teams contribute towards the total, with the usual World Cup points (100 to winning team, etc.) awarded.

Men's standingsEdit

OverallEdit

Rank Athlete Points
1   Dario Cologna 1344
2   Petter Northug 1207
3   Ola Vigen Hattestad 792
4   Sami Jauhojärvi 789
5   Pietro Piller Cottrer 774
6   Axel Teichmann 724
7   Giorgio Di Centa 660
8   Jean-Marc Gaillard 627
9   Lukáš Bauer 612
10   Vincent Vittoz 583
Rank Athlete Points
11   Alexander Legkov 562
12   Eldar Rønning 518
13   Martin Johnsrud Sundby 508
14   Tobias Angerer 477
15   Johan Olsson 462
16   John Kristian Dahl 444
17   Vasily Rochev 437
18   Devon Kershaw 398
19   Tor Arne Hetland 373
20   Marcus Hellner 367
Rank Athlete Points
21   Renato Pasini 359
22   Yevgeny Dementyev 354
23   Jens Filbrich 305
24   Alexey Petukhov 291
25   Maxim Vylegzhanin 288
26   Jaak Mae 275
27   Andrus Veerpalu 275
28   Emil Jönsson 272
29   David Hofer 265
30   Nikolay Morilov 260

DistanceEdit

Rank Athlete Points
1   Pietro Piller Cottrer 559
2   Dario Cologna 539
3   Petter Northug 489
4   Sami Jauhojärvi 466
5   Lukáš Bauer 460
6   Axel Teichmann 445
7   Johan Olsson 432
8   Alexander Legkov 407
9   Tobias Angerer 377
10   Jean-Marc Gaillard 374

SprintEdit

Rank Athlete Points
1   Ola Vigen Hattestad 792
2   Renato Pasini 359
3   Tor Arne Hetland 335
4   John Kristian Dahl 326
5   Petter Northug 308
6   Alexey Petukhov 278
7   Emil Joensson 272
8   Nikolay Morilov 260
9   Dario Cologna 205
10   Nikita Kriukov 203

Women's standingsEdit

OverallEdit

Rank Athlete Points
1   Justyna Kowalczyk 1810
2   Petra Majdič 1730
3   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen 1485
4   Arianna Follis 1127
5   Virpi Kuitunen 1124
6   Pirjo Muranen 999
7   Marianna Longa 991
8   Kristin Størmer Steira 771
9   Therese Johaug 725
10   Marit Bjørgen 714
Rank Athlete Points
11   Riitta-Liisa Roponen 710
12   Charlotte Kalla 623
13   Claudia Nystad 599
14   Anna Olsson 509
15   Stefanie Böhler 505
16   Valentina Shevchenko 492
17   Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle 484
18   Alena Procházková 423
19   Anna Haag 413
20   Yevgeniya Medvedeva-Arbuzova 379
Rank Athlete Points
21   Sara Renner 333
22   Katerina Smutna 331
23   Magda Genuin 329
24   Marthe Kristoffersen 316
25   Katrin Zeller 306
26   Natalya Matveyeva 283
27   Celine Brun-Lie 247
28   Alena Sidko 240
29   Lina Andersson 226
30   Karine Laurent Philippot 219

DistanceEdit

Rank Athlete Points
1   Justyna Kowalczyk 1004
2   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen 706
3   Marianna Longa 662
4   Kristin Størmer Steira 590
5   Petra Majdič 551
6   Virpi Kuitunen 525
7   Therese Johaug 507
8   Arianna Follis 490
9   Marit Bjørgen 435
10   Valentina Shevchenko 418

SprintEdit

Rank Athlete Points
1   Petra Majdič 875
2   Arianna Follis 469
3   Pirjo Muranen 461
4   Aino-Kaisa Saarinen 407
5   Justyna Kowalczyk 406
6   Alena Procházková 353
7   Magda Genuin 319
8   Natalya Matveyeva 283
9   Anna Olsson 256
10   Celine Brun-Lie 209

Nations CupEdit

Rank Nation Points
1   Norway 9334
2   Finland 6675
3   Italy 6413
4   Russia 6197
5   Sweden 4920
6   Germany 4353
7   France 2738
8   Slovenia 2032
9    Switzerland 2028
10   Poland 1954

AchievementsEdit

First World Cup Podium
  •   Anton Gafarov (RUS), 21, in his 2nd season – no. 3 in the WC 20 (Sprint F) in Rybinsk
Victories in this World Cup (all-time number of victories as of 2008/09 season in parentheses)

ReferencesEdit

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