Nordic World Ski Championships 2023: All results at a glance – Sport

Nordic World Ski Championships 2023: All results at a glance – Sport

Twelve cross-country decisions, seven ski jumping and five competitions in Nordic Combined: At the Nordic World Ski Championships in Slovenian Planica the athletes can win gold, silver and bronze in a total of 24 medal decisions.

The nation to beat is called Norway. At the last World Cup, the Scandinavians won 31 medals, 13 of them gold.

Schedule and Nordic World Ski Championships live on TV

ARD, ZDF and Eurosport broadcast the competitions from February 23rd to March 4th. All decisions can be seen on free TV. In individual cases, the ARD later, for example in the men’s 50 km classic cross-country skiing event. Eurosport only shows some events on the paid channel Eurosport 2. Here you can see an overview of the schedule and which station is broadcasting live and when.

23.2.: Cross-country skiing – sprint classic for women

  • Gold: Jonna Sundling (SWE), 3:21.67
  • Silver: Emma Ribom (SWE), +0.87s
  • Bronze: Maja Dahlqvist (SWE), +4.45s

23.2.: Cross-country skiing – classic sprint for men

  • Gold: Johannes Hösflot Klæbo (NOR), 2:56.07
  • Silver: Peter Golberg (NOR), +2.22s
  • Bronze: Jules Chappaz (FRA), +2.24s

23.2.: Ski jumping – women’s normal hill individual

  • Gold: Katharina Althaus (GER), 249.10 points
  • Silver: Eva Pinkelnig (AUT), 246.90 points
  • Bronze: Anna Odine Ström (NOR), 246.00 points

24.2.: Nordic combination – Women’s normal hill/5km

  • Gold: Gyda Westvold Hansen (NOR), 14:27.10
  • Silver: Nathalie Armbruster (GER)+11.50s
  • Bronze: Haruka Kasai (JPN), +15.70s

24.2.: Cross-country skiing – 2x15km skiathlon for men

  • Gold: Simen Hegstad Krueger (NOR), 1:09:40.3
  • Silver: Johannes Hösflot Klæbo (NOR), 12.20s
  • Bronze: Sjur Roethe, (NOR), 14.10s

February 25th: Ski Jumping – Normal Hill Women’s Team

  • Gold: Germany, 843.80 points
  • Silver: Austria, 831.10 points
  • Bronze: Norway, 828.60 points

25.2.: Cross-country skiing – 2×7.5km women’s skiathlon

  • Gold: Ebba Andersson (SWE), 38:11.8
  • Silver: Frida Karlsson (SWE), +22.00s
  • Bronze: Astrid Öyre Slind (NOR), +48.00s

25.2.: Nordic combined – normal hill/10km individual men

  • Gold: Jarl Magnus Riiber (NOR), 24:36.30
  • Silver: Julian Schmid (GER)+19.40s
  • Bronze: Franz-Josef Rehrl (AUT), +21.00s

February 25th: Ski jumping – men’s normal hill individual

  • Gold: Piotr Zyla (POL), 261.8 points
  • Silver: Andreas Wellinger (GER), 259.2 points
  • Bronze: Karl Geiger (GER), 257.7 points

26.2.: Cross-country skiing – women’s team sprint freestyle

  • Gold: Sweden, 19:40.73
  • Silver: Norway, +2.42s
  • Bronze: US, +5.33s

26.2.: Cross-country skiing – men’s team sprint freestyle

  • Gold: Norway, 17:28.14
  • Silver: Italy, +2.48s
  • Bronze: France, +16.48s

February 26: Nordic Combined – Normal Hill Mixed Team

  • Gold: Norway, 37:38.20
  • Silver: Germany+47.80s
  • Bronze: Austria, +1:00.00m

February 26: Ski Jumping – Normal Hill Mixed Team

  • Gold: Germany, 1017.20 points
  • Silver: Norway, 1004.50 points
  • Bronze: Slovenia, 1000.40 points

28.2.: Cross-country skiing – 10 km freestyle women

  • gold: Jessica Diggins (USA), 23:40.80
  • Silver: Frida Karlsson (SWE), +14.00s
  • Bronze: Ebba Andersson (SWE), +19.50s

1.3.: Cross-country skiing – 15 km freestyle men

  • Gold: Simen Hegstadt Krueger (NOR), 32:17.4
  • Silver: Harald Oestberg Amundsen (NOR), +5.3s
  • Bronze: Hans Christer Holund (NOR), +24.6s

1.3.: Nordic combined – men’s large hill team

  • Gold: Norway, 47:20.40
  • Silver: Germany+9.00s
  • Bronze: Austria, +9.30s

1.3.: Ski Jumping – Women’s Individual Large Hill

  • Gold: Alexandra Loutitt (CAN) 264.40 points
  • Silver: Maren Lundby (NOR) 254.00 points
  • Bronze: Katharina Althaus (GER) 245.90 points

2.3.: Cross-country skiing – women’s relay

  • Gold: Norway, 50:33.30
  • Silver: Germany+20.70s
  • Bronze: Sweden, +28.70s

3.3.: Men’s cross-country relay

  • Gold: Norway, 1:32:54.7
  • Silver: Finland, +46.9s
  • Bronze: Germany +59.8s

3.3.: Ski Jumping – Men’s Large Hill Individual

  • Gold: Timi Zajc (SLO), 287.50 points
  • Silver: Ryoyu Kobayashi (JPN), 276.80 points
  • Bronze: Dawid Kubacki (POL), 276.20 points

4.3.: Cross-country skiing – 30km classic for women

  • Gold: Ebba Andersson (SWE), 1:22:18.0
  • Silver: Anne Kjersti Kalvaa (NOR), +53.00s
  • Bronze: Frida Karlsson (SWE), +54.20s

4.3.: Nordic Combined – Men’s Individual Large Hill

  • Gold: Jarl Magnus Riiber (NOR), 23:42.60
  • Silver: Jens Luras Oftebro (NOR), +1:01.40m
  • Bronze: Johannes Lamparter (AUT), +1:04.70m

4.3.: Ski Jumping – Men’s Large Hill Team

  • Gold: Slovenia, 1178.90 points
  • Silver: Norway, 1166.00 points
  • Bronze: Austria, 1139.40 points

5.3.: Men’s cross-country skiing – 50 km classic

  • gold: Pal Golberg (NOR), 2:01:30.20
  • Silver: Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR), +1.0s
  • Bronze: William Poromaa (SWE), 1.2s

TV commentators of the Nordic World Ski Championships

The reporter team at ZDF consists of Peter Leissl (cross-country skiing), Volker Grube (Nordic combination), Eike Papsdorf (Ski Jumping Women) and Stephen Beer (Ski Jumping Men). Sven Voss and Norbert König moderate the events and are experts at ski jumping Tony Innauer on board. The ARD team consists of Torsten Puschel (Nordic combination), Jens Joerg Rieck (cross-country skiing) and Tom Bartels (ski jumping).

Comment for Eurosport Roman Garlic (Nordic combination)Gerhard Leinauer (ski jumping) as well Marc Rohde (cross-country skiing). The former cross-country skiing national coach is at your side as an expert Jochen Behle and national ski jumping coach Werner Schuster as well as the NoKo Olympic champion Hans Peter Pohl.

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