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Good World Cup leads for Alexandersson and Hubmann

With 6 of the 10 World Cup races over, Tove Alexandersson and Daniel Hubmann have healthy leads in the World Cup standings.

Courtesy especially of her Long and Middle wins this week, Tove Alexandersson, Sweden leads the women’s standings by 27 points from Maja Alm, Denmark, who has one gold and one silver medal to her credit at WOC. Third-placed is Natalia Gemperle, Russia, 33 points down on Alm. Seven athletes have 200 points or more. Alexandersson is well on course here to win the World Cup overall for the fourth consecutive year.

Six men have overcome the 200-points hurdle, the best being Daniel Hubmann, Switzerland, WOC Sprint champion, who leads Martin Regborn, Sweden by 39 points. The Swiss athlete Matthias Kyburz is third with 7 points fewer than Regborn. Hubmann has won the World Cup overall 6 times before, a very impressive record of consistency.

The next World Cup round is in Latvia where the individual races are a Middle Distance on 25th August and a Sprint on 28th August. The final round is in Switzerland at the end of September.

The full list of World Cup standings can be found on – click on ‘World Ranking & World Cup’ at the top of the home page, and then on ‘World Cup’ on the top line.

Leading standings after 6 races (all with 200 points or more)


  1. Tove Alexandersson SWE 407 points
  2. Maja Alm DEN 380
  3. Natalia Gemperle RUS 347
  4. Helena Jansson SWE 282
  5. Venla Harju FIN 213
  6. Sabine Hauswirth SUI 202
  7. Lina Strand SWE 200


  1. Daniel Hubmann SUI 294
  2. Martin Regborn SWE 255
  3. Matthias Kyburz SUI 248
  4. Olav Lundanes NOR 211
  5. Magne Dæhli NOR 209
  6. William Lind SWE 200


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