Norway's Kruger wins the split race of the third stage of the Ski World Cup

Norwegian Kruger won the split race of the third stage of the Ski World Cup

On December 12, 2021, another race of the third stage of the Ski World Cup took place, in which the Norwegian Kruger won.

Following the results of the separate race 5 Norwegian athletes are in the top six. The men's free-style race will take place on December 18, 2021. Analysts at 1xbet consider Johannes Klebo to be the main favorite of the race, assessing his chances of winning at 1.32. You can find out more about how to use the Beat 1xbet bonus on the Bookmaker Rating website.

Only Sergei Ustyugov, who won a bronze medal, was able to get into the face-to-face confrontation of Norwegian skiers. His gap from the leader was 27.2 seconds. Johannes Klebo came second to the finish line, 22.9 seconds behind Kruger. Alexander Bolshunov, who is third in the World Cup individual standings, took only 12th place, losing more than a minute to the winner.

Thanks to this victory, Simen Hegstad Kruger was able to move up to 5th place in the individual World Cup standings … Now he has 225 points to his credit, which allows him to come close to the top three. Klebo remains on the first line, having won 3 races this season.

The next skiing World Cup competition will be held in Dresden on December 18, 2021. The next stage starts with the men's free style sprint for 1.3 kilometers. Overall leader Johannes Klebo is considered to be the main favorite of the upcoming race.

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