Day program


07:00-09:30 (CET UTC +1)
(14:00-16:30 in China)

Please read the Welcome page before purchasing a competition and note that all printed times are in central european time, UTC +1.

Web-TV will cover Men’s competition first. English commentary by Katherine Bett and Jonas Merz. Estimated winning time is 13-14 Minutes and we expect the last finisher in by 08:14. After the Men’s competition we will follow the Women’s competition.

Sprint schedule

1 minute start interval


06:07 First starter (Live results and Live GPS start)
07:00 Web-TV start
08:00 Last Men starter
08:14 Last Men finish
08:25 Web-TV coverage switch to Women


There will be an 1 hours break in the Women’s startlist before the 61th ranked athlete due to the TV broadcast of Men’s competition.

06:21 First starter (Live results and Live GPS start)
07:20 One our start break
09:00 Last Women Starter
09:14 Last Women Finish
09:30 Web-TV end

Live services status

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Watch RE-LIVE, 2 hours 30 minutes.

Live GPS

TracTrac GPS tracking guides: Mobile app , Web viewer

Note! There will be an up to +2 minute delay on Live GPS tracking compared to actual live time.

Men and Women

World Cup Standings

Scoring system

The world cup final have two competitions and the scoring from both competitions will count. That means an athlete can get 200 points (100*2) in the final weekend. From the first 7 competitions, the best 6 counts.

Scoring points: 1st place 100 points, 2nd place 80 points, 3rd place 60 points, 4th place 50 points, 5th place 45 points, 6th place 40 points, 7th place 37 points, 8th place 35 points, 9th place 33 points, 10th place 31 points, 11th place 30 points, 12th place 29 points, …continues -1 to…40th place 1 point

Women standings before final Sprint

It is already decided that Tove Alexandersson (SWE) will win the overall World Cup. There is a battle about the second place between Natalia Gemperle (RUS) and Simona Aebersold (SUI). Gemperle was second in the Middle Distance and she has a good possibility to be second in the overall World Cup. She is 27 points ahead of Simona Aebersold (4th in the Middle Distance) with the final Sprint left. Aebersold needs to be ahead of Gemperle to be second. If Aebersold wins the Sprint Gemperle needs to be second to be second in the overall standings. If Aebersold is second Gemperle needs to be third. If Aebersold is third Natalia needs to be sixth or better.

Total Athlete Points Sprint Ranking
1 Tove Alexandersson (SWE) 700 1
2 Natalia Gemperle (RUS) 420 8
3 Simona Aebersold (SUI) 393 10
4 Sabine Hauswirth (SUI) 307 7
5 Elena Roos (SUI) 288 3
6 Venla Harju (FIN) 224 231


Men standings before final Sprint

It is already decided that Gustav Bergman (SWE) will win the overall World Cup.  Olav Lundanes (NOR) is not on the line-up for the sprint and 4 athletes can beat Olav and reach to be 2:nd in the total after Bergman. Closest are the 2019 season rising star, Joey Hadorn (SUI), with only 2 points up to Olav. Daniel Hubmann (SUI) is only 27 point behind Joey. Vojtech Kral (CZE) and Frederic Tranchand (FRA) can also reach the 2nd place in the total.

Total Athlete Points Sprint Ranking
1 Gustav Bergman (SWE) 499 12
2 Olav Lundanes (NOR) 370 23
3 Joey Hadorn (SUI) 368 7
4 Daniel Hubmann (SUI) 341 1
5 Vojtech Kral (CZE) 316 3
6 Frederic Tranchand (FRA) 281 28

Read more on the Welcome page

Official top 6

Men Sprint

1. Yannick MICHIELS (BEL)
5. Matthias KYBURZ (SUI)
6. Jonas EGGER (SUI)

Men World Cup Final Top 6

Women Sprint

1. Shuangyan HAO (CHN)
4. Julia JAKOB (SUI)
6. Sarina JENZER (SUI)

Women World Cup Final Top 6


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