Cross-country skiing: Sweden’s victory at the World Cup

The World Cup for cross-country skiing started in the 1981-82 season. Here are the Swedish victories.

30 Gunde Svan (1983-1991)

13 Torgny Mogren (1986-1995)

11 Per Elofsson (1998-2002)

1) Muonio, Finland – 1998
2) Beitostölen, Norway – November 29, 2000
3) Santa Caterina, Italy – December 8, 2000
4) Brusson, Italy – December 16, 2000
5) Kovgolovo, Russia – March 4, 2001
6) Holmenkollen, Norway: 50 km (k) – 10 March 2001
7) Borlänge, Sweden: 10 km (f) – 14 March 2001
8) Kuopio, Finland: 10 km (f) – 25 November 2001
9) Ramsau, Austria: mass start 30 km (f) – December 22, 2001
10) Val di Fiemme, Italy: 10 km (k) + 10 km (f) hunting start – January 5, 2002
11) Lahti, Finland: 15 km (f) – March 2, 2002

8 Mathias Fredriksson (1999-2003)

1) Milan, Italy: sprint – 1999
2) Davos: 15 km (f) – December 7, 2002
3) Oberhof: mass start 15 km (k) – 25 January 2003
4) Lahti, Finland: 15 km (f) – 16 March 2003
5) Falun, Sweden: skiathlon 10 km (k) + 10 km (f) – 22 March 2003
6) Toblach, Italy: mass launch 30 km (f) – December 6, 2003
7) Ramsau, Austria: skiathlon 15 km (k) + 15 km (f) – December 20, 2003
8) Umeå, Sweden: 15 km (k) – February 21, 2004

6 Thomas Wassberg (1982-1987)

3 Thobias Fredriksson (2003-2004)

1) Borlänge, Sweden: sprint – March 20, 2003
2) Nove Mesto, Czech Republic: sprint – January 18, 2004
3) Lahti, Finland: sprint – March 5, 2004

3 Peter Larsson (2002-2004)

1) Dusseldorf, Germany: sprint – October 26, 2002
2) Dusseldorf, Germany: sprint – October 25, 2003
3) Dusseldorf, Germany: sprint – October 23, 2004

2 Thomas Eriksson (1982-1987)

2 Marie-Helene Westin

1 Anders Bergström (1999)

1 Henrik Forsberg (1991)

1 Lars Håland (1990)

1 Christer Majbäck (1990)

1 Jan Ottosson (1983)

1 Marie Risby

1 Mikael Östberg (2002)

1) Linz, Austria: sprint – December 19, 2002

1 Jörgen Brink (2003)

1) Otepää, Estonia: mass start 30 km (k) – 12 January 2003

1 Lina Andersson (2005)

1) Lahti, Finland: sprint (k) – March 5, 2005

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