Double-dip for Mari Laukkanen, backing up her sprint win yesterday with a pursuit win today in 29:33.3; just a single penalty in the final standing stage. Second to Gabriela Koukalova, shooting clean, 26.5 seconds back. Justine Braisaz, with four penalties in third, 1:01.4 back.#HOL17
To the excitement of the home crowd Alex Harvey wins his first World Cup on home soil at Coupe du monde ski de fond Québec. Cross Country Canada / Ski de fond Canada
Susan Dunklee rolls to another top 10: 7th in last World Cup sprint, while U.S. men place 10th in Nation Cup for five quota spots next season
Harvey gets a big "W" in Quebec; Hamilton 4th; and 4 Canadians in top 20 #worldcupfinals #goalex2017
Pique article on Whistler biathlete Benita Peiffer. Way to go Benita!
Canadian cross-country skier Alex Harvey ended his World Cup season in fine form with a gold medal on home soil.
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Laukkanen commented after her first career win and only her second podium, "I feel great today, it feels so good to shoot 0-0; I should do it more often!"
Johannes, with start number 15 had to wait until the last few men got close to the finish before he was sure of victory. "I was not sure of my victory because I knew there were strong athletes coming in the late start numbers."
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Three medals for Mark Arendt in Pyeongchang http://ow.ly/Yedl309Yrqm
Faces in the stadium today during training today...and guess who was there, thinking about another victory? Last sprints of the season tomorrow: women at 14:00 and men at 16:30 CET.#HOL17
Morgen geht er endlich los, der finale Weltcup dieser Saison am Holmenkollen. Wir haben unsere Expertin Kati Wilhelm vorab in die Loipe geschickt. Was sind die Schwerigkeiten, wie die Streckenverhältnisse? Antworten gibt es hier.