2021 Nordic Junior World Ski Championships

The 2021 FIS Nordic Junior and U23 World Ski Championships were held from 9 to 14 February 2021 in Vuokatti and Lahti, Finland.[1][2]

LocationFinland Vuokatti and Lahti, Finland
Dates9–14 February

ScheduleEdit

All times are local (UTC+2).[3]

Medal summaryEdit

Junior eventsEdit

Cross-country skiingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Junior Events
Sprint classical[7] Niilo Moilanen
  Finland
3:08.85 Lars Agnar Hjelmeset
  Norway
3:10.53 Emil Danielsson
  Sweden
3:11.13
10 kilometre freestyle[8] Martin Kirkeberg Mørk
  Norway
24:26.6 Alexander Ståhlberg
  Finland
24:41.5 Olivier Léveillé
  Canada
24:53.9
30 kilometre mass start classical[9] Alexander Ivshin
  Russia
1:21:22.2 Jan-Friedrich Doerks
  Germany
1:21.24.8 Alexander Ståhlberg
  Finland
1:21:27.8
4 × 5 kilometre relay[10]   Norway
Edvard Sandvik
Jonas Vika
Martin Kirkeberg Mørk
Lars Agnar Hjelmeset
49:45.3   Finland
Niilo Moilanen
Niko Anttola
Eemil Helander
Alexander Ståhlberg
50:05.3   Italy
Fabio Longo
Alessandro Chiocchetti
Luca Sclisizzo
Elia Barp
50:07.9
Women's Junior Events
Sprint classical[11] Monika Skinder
  Poland
2:33.24 Moa Hansson
  Sweden
2:33.95 Karolina Kaleta
  Poland
2:33.97
5 kilometre freestyle[12] Veronika Stepanova
  Russia
13:44.3 Evgeniya Krupitskaya
  Russia
14:00.8 Margrethe Bergane
  Norway
14:11.7
15 kilometre mass start classical[13] Margrethe Bergane
  Norway
45:37.7 Lisa Eriksson
  Sweden
46:02.1 Helen Hoffmann
  Germany
46:03.3
4 × 3.3 kilometre relay[14]   Sweden
Märta Rosenberg
Lisa Eriksson
Lisa Ingesson
Moa Hansson
37:50.5   Russia
Anna Kozhinova
Evgeniya Krupitskaya
Olga Zholudeva
Veronika Stepanova
37:50.8   Norway
Maria Hartz Melling
Emma Kirkeberg Mørk
Anna Heggen
Margrethe Bergane
38:16.9

Nordic combinedEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Junior Events
Individual normal hill/10 km[15] Johannes Lamparter
  Austria
26:24.3 Mattéo Baud
  France
27:13.7 Stefan Rettenegger
  Austria
27:20.2
Women's Junior Events
Individual normal hill/5 km[16] Gyda Westvold Hansen
  Norway
15:24.8 Marte Leinan Lund
  Norway
16:30.5 Lisa Hirner
  Austria
16:33.8
Mixed Junior Events
Team normal hill/5+2.5+2.5+5 km[17]   Norway
Eidar Johan Strøm
Marte Leinan Lund
Gyda Westvold Hansen
Andreas Skoglund
41:29.1   Austria
Manuel Einkemmer
Lisa Hirner
Sigrun Kleinrath
Stefan Rettenegger
41:33.1   Italy
Iacopo Bortolas
Annika Sieff
Daniela Dejori
Domenico Mariotti
42:21.1

Ski jumpingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Junior Events
Individual normal hill[18] Niklas Bachlinger
  Austria
263.9 David Haagen
  Austria
263.3 Dominik Peter
  Switzerland
261.5
Team normal hill[19]   Austria
David Haagen
Daniel Tschofenig
Elias Medwed
Niklas Bachlinger
986.2   Slovenia
Žak Mogel
Jan Bombek
Rok Masle
Jernej Presečnik
914.7   Russia
Ilya Mankov
Maksim Kolobov
Danil Sadreev
Mikhail Purtov
903.1
Women's Junior Events
Individual normal hill[20] Thea Minyan Bjørseth
  Norway
239.0 Joséphine Pagnier
  France
218.5 Jerneja Brecl
  Slovenia
213.0
Team normal hill[21]   Austria
Hannah Wiegele
Vanessa Moharitsch
Julia Mühlbacher
Lisa Eder
883.6   Russia
Anna Shpyneva
Aleksandra Barantceva
Anastasiia Subbotina
Irma Makhinia
828.7   Slovenia
Nika Prevc
Nika Vetrih
Jerneja Repinc Zupančič
Jerneja Brecl
818.0

Under-23 eventsEdit

Cross-country skiingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Under-23 Events
Sprint classical[22] Alexander Terentyev
  Russia
3:01.72 Aron Åkre Rysstad
  Norway
3:07.26 Sergey Ardashev
  Russia
3:09.42
15 kilometre freestyle[23] Hugo Lapalus
  France
35:27.6 Friedrich Moch
  Germany
35:41.4 Iver Tildheim Andersen
  Norway
35:46.3
Women's Under-23 Events
Sprint classical[24] Lisa Lohmann
  Germany
2:38.07 Hristina Matsokina
  Russia
2:38.53 Louise Lindström
  Sweden
2:39.73
10 kilometre freestyle[25] Izabela Marcisz
  Poland
28:13.6 Louise Lindström
  Sweden
28:24.8 Hedda Østberg Amundsen
  Norway
28:33.2
Mixed Under-23 Events
4 × 5 kilometre relay[26]   Norway
Synne Arnesen
Jon Rolf Skamo Hope
Håvard Moseby
Hedda Østberg Amundsen
52:52.9   Russia
Anastasiya Faleeva
Sergey Ardashev
Alexander Terentyev
Anna Grukhvina
52:56.8   Sweden
Hanna Abrahamasson
Fredrik Andersson
Johan Herbert
Louise Lindström
53:00.6

Medal tablesEdit

All eventsEdit

  *   Host nation (Finland)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Norway73414
2  Austria4228
3  Russia35210
4  Poland2013
5  Sweden1337
6  Finland*1214
  Germany1214
8  France1203
9  Slovenia0123
10  Italy0022
11  Canada0011
   Switzerland0011
Totals (12 nations)20202060

Junior eventsEdit

  *   Host nation (Finland)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Norway62210
2  Austria4228
3  Russia2316
4  Finland*1214
  Sweden1214
6  Poland1012
7  France0202
8  Slovenia0123
9  Germany0112
10  Italy0022
11  Canada0011
   Switzerland0011
Totals (12 nations)15151545

Under-23 eventsEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia1214
2  Norway1124
3  Germany1102
4  France1001
  Poland1001
6  Sweden0123
Totals (6 nations)55515

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "BEKREFTELSE: Junior-VM og U23-VM 2021 har fått nytt arrangementsted og tidspunktet er bekreftet".
  2. ^ "2021 FIS Junior World Championships set". Retrieved 5 February 2021.
  3. ^ Competition programme
  4. ^ Cross-country
  5. ^ Nordic combined
  6. ^ Ski jumping
  7. ^ Men's Junior Sprint results
  8. ^ Men's Junior 10 km results
  9. ^ Men's Junior 30 km results
  10. ^ Men's Junior 4 × 5 km relay results
  11. ^ Women's Junior Sprint results
  12. ^ Women's Junior 5 km results
  13. ^ Women's Junior 15 km results
  14. ^ Women's Junior 4 × 3.3 km relay results
  15. ^ Men's Junior Individual normal hill/10 km results
  16. ^ Women's Junior Individual normal hill/5 km results
  17. ^ Mixed team Junior Normal hill/5+2.5+2.5+5 km results
  18. ^ Men's Junior Individual normal hill results
  19. ^ Men's Junior Team normal hill results
  20. ^ Women's Junior Individual normal hill results
  21. ^ Women's Junior Team normal hill results
  22. ^ Men's U23 Sprint results
  23. ^ Men's U23 15 km results
  24. ^ Women's U23 Sprint results
  25. ^ Women's U23 10 km results
  26. ^ Mixed U23 4 × 5 km relay results