Updated 2021-08-02 02:38

1 Matthias Kyburz 130
2 Joey Hadorn 120
3 Kasper Harlem Fosser 120
4 Yannick Michiels 100
5 Emil Svensk 100
6 Riccardo Rancan 90
7 Vojtech Kral 78
8 Daniel Hubmann 69
9 Gustav Bergman 60
10 Florian Howald 55
1 Tove Alexandersson 200
2 Simona Aebersold 140
3 Elena Roos 115
4 Andrine Benjaminsen 100
5 Natalia Gemperle 87
6 Lina Strand 77
7 Sara Hagstrom 75
8 Vilma von Krusenstierna 73
9 Hanna Lundberg 70
10 Tereza Janosikova 69

World Cup

Swiss and Swedish athletes dominate top World Cup standings

Two individual races and a Relay made up Round 1, just completed in Switzerland, and the resulting Individual Standings emphasise the dominance of the Swedish women and Swiss men in the two competitions. The top 13 in th...


Double victory for Sweden in Sprint

Tove Alexandersson won her second gold medal in 2 days in a very tight women’s race, whilst Emil Svensk took a convincing win with a 13-second margin in the men’s race in a rainy Neuchâtel. Alexandersson finished just 5 ...


Alexandersson and Kyburz are Knock-Out Sprint Champions

Tove Alexandersson, Sweden and Matthias Kyburz, Switzerland are the first-ever KO-Sprint European Champions after a day of intense racing in the narrow streets, passages and not least steep stairways of central Neuchâtel...


Qualifiers from fifteen nations for KO-Sprint

Sweden and Switzerland are the top nations in terms of qualifying numbers for the KO-Sprint Quarter-finals tomorrow, both with 14 athletes through. Norway comes next with 11. The top 12 finishers in each of today’s 6 qua...


Clear win for Switzerland in Sprint Relay

Just as in the European Championships 3 years ago, also in Switzerland, the home nation took the gold medals in the Sprint Relay, with silver for Sweden and bronze for Norway. The gaps at the finish were 55 seconds and 1...