Improved Women

Several women have pretty dramatically improved their distance skiing this season, and I’m particularly excited that some of them are Finns. This isn’t an exhaustive list, just the ones that I’ve noticed so far:

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Kylloenen is an interesting case, since she’s clearly made a jump, but her results have still been noticeably variable, perhaps even more so than last season. Niskanen has also made a jump, though it isn’t quite as dramatic looking. Sometimes those smaller, steady improvements from year to year are easier to sustain though. Emma Wiken hasn’t just made a significant jump, but she’s also clearly getting more starts this year, which probably helps.

And of course, there’s Liz Stephen, who actually only had a so-so season last year (at least, on average) but clearly has rebounded.

Related posts:

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  5. Most Un-Improved: Women’s Distance

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