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More strong early season performances from some Americans in Norway this weekend. How strong? Let’s take a look. First up is Sadie Bjornsen who had a very strong 5th in the 10k classic.     Values above zero are good. The grey shaded region and red trend line represent how she has performed against these […]

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Enter Johaug?

Lots of racing this weekend, obviously, but the Muonio results only appeared on the FIS website today, so they’ll wait for later in the week. I was intrigued, though, but Therese Johaug’s strong races in Norway. For many reasons, it will be difficult to accurately parse early season results this year. Many people are focused […]

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Beitostølen Recap: Freestyle Races

There were only a handful of Americans (and no Canadians) who did the freestyle distance race in Beitostølen, Norway on Sunday, so we’ll cover them and Andrew Musgrave in one post. First a rough look at how each performance stacked up in terms of FIS points: By FIS points, that’s about as fast as Arritola […]

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Beitostølen FIS Race Recap: Women

Continuing on from earlier today, we’ll turn to the North American women’s results from Saturday’s classic race in Beitostølen, Norway. As before, we’ll start with just a rough look at FIS points: Once again, I’ll repeat my caution about how seriously these folks may or may not have been taking these races, having just arrived […]

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Beitostølen FIS Race Recap: Men

A number of Americans and Canadians participated in some big FIS races in Beitostølen, Norway this past weekend. Not all the results have migrated over to the FIS site yet, so I’m just going to focus on the classic distance races from Saturday. We should keep in mind throughout that, from what I’ve read, many […]

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