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SkiO World Cup 2017-2018: Russians strongest in first round

Russia was the most dominant nation in Round 1 of the SkiO World Cup, their best athlete being Andrey Lamov who won all three races.

Three men and four women in the top six – that is how the World Cup standings look after 3 of the 9 individual races in the 2017-2018 season. In the women’s list, however, it is Sweden’s Tove Alexandersson who is leading after two victories and a third place. She has a 15-point advantage over the Russian Mariya Kechkina. At the end of the season it will be an athlete’s seven best results that will count in the overall standings.

Andrey Lamov’s maximum 180 points gives him a lead of 61 points over Lars Moholdt, Norway in second place. The consistent young Russian skier Vladislav Kiselev is third, with 3 points fewer than Moholdt.

The next round in Bulgaria in early February, the European Ski Orienteering Championships, has two races that count for the Team World Cup as well as three for the Individual World Cup.

The full list of SkiO World Cup standings can be found by clicking on ‘IOF World Rankings and World Cup’ at the top right on the home page of

Leading rankings after first round


  1. Tove Alexandersson SWE 165 points
  2. Mariya Kechkina RUS 150
  3. Anastasia Kravchenko RUS 111
  4. Tatyana Oborina RUS 106
  5. Alena Trapeznikova RUS 97
  6. Salla Koskela FIN 96


  1. Andrey Lamov RUS 180
  2. Lars Moholdt NOR 119
  3. Vladislav Kiselev RUS 116
  4. Sergey Gorlanov RUS 115
  5. Erik Rost SWE 104
  6. Stanimir Belomazhev BUL & Martin Hammarberg SWE 101


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