After Marcialonga last Sunday, there have been many changes in the SC Ranking, but Lina Korsgren, Team Ramudden, is still number one and now with 25,002,619 points.
In the SC Ranking, the global ranking system for long-distance cross-country skiers, Korsgren is followed by Emil Persson, Lager 157 Ski Team, who moved from third to the second position, with 24,575,019 points. Tord Asle Gjerdalen, Team XPND Fuel, dropped from second to third, with 24,570,373 points.
Two Pro Tour skiers are moving up among the top ten athletes. Ida Dahl, Team Ramudden, from fifth to fourth place, with 24,520,238 points, and Dahl’s teammate Johannes Eklöf, from 12th to 10th place, with 23,362,260 points.
In the top 20, Joar Thele, Team Ragde Charge, climbs from 20th to 18th place. Runar Skaug Mathisen, Lager 157 Ski Team, moves from 21st to 19th, and Ermil Vokuev, Russian Winter Team, goes from 34th to 20th position after his impressive win at Marcialonga.
Among the Top 50 taking significant steps after Marcialonga is Thomas Ødegaarden, Team XPND Fuel, going from 40th to 33rd; Mauro Brigadoi, Team Internorm-Trentino-Zorzi Max by SZ, from 52nd to 34th; and Laila Kveli, Team Engcon, from 47th to 39th.
After his second place at Marcialonga, Kasper Stadaas, Team Ragde Charge, moves from 60th to 44th, with his teammates Anikken Gjerde Alnes, from 61st to 49th, and Johan Hoel from 64th to 50th position.
In the top 100, athletes moving up ten or more positions: Eddie Edström, Lager 157 Ski Team, moving up from 81st to 69th place; Karstein Johaug, Team Ragde Charge from 85th to 71st; Thomas Gifstad, Team Robinson Trentino, from 83rd to 72nd. We can also mention Antoine Tarantola, Team Nordic Expérience, from 87th to 76th; Axel Jutterström, Team Eksjöhus, from 91st to 78th; Adam Matouš, ED System Silvini Team, from 105th to 94th; Axel Bergsten, Exsitec Ski Team, from 109th to 95th; and Hans Petter Rolke, Team NTNUI Sweco, from 111th to 98th position.
Outside top 100, taking a bit step up, we can see Karolina Hedenström, Team Eksjöhus, double winner of Visma Ski Classics Challengers events this season, moving from 144th to 124th place.
Another considerable improvement comes from Martin Johnsrud Sundby, Team Koteng Eidissen, 158th to 128th position; Jennifer Lambert, Team Nordic Expérience, 224th to 172nd; Asmund Heir, Team Straye Waterwell, 223rd to 174th; Juuso Mäkelä, Team Kaskipuu, 249th to 176th; Christoffer Lindvall, Team Mäenpää, 263rd to 184th; Josua Struebel, Endless Local Nordic Team, 245th to 189th; Jean-Marc Gaillard, 313th to 208th; Magni Smedås, Team Eksjöhus, 432nd to 213th; Sandra Schützová, Vltava Fund Ski Team, 419th to 259th; Elizaveta Shalaboda, Russian Winter Team, 503rd to 275th; Sergey Ardashev, Team Robinson Trentino, 595th to 278th; and Gustaf Berglund, Team Ramudden, from 1653rd to 425th position.
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