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Rostec Demino ski marathon FIS/Worldloppet 2020 -

 

* The biggest ski marathon in Russia

 

* 3rd Free Technique ski marathon in the world by number of finishers

09.05.2021

Happy Birthday!

Thomas Michel FRA 09.05
Виктор Малинкин RUS 09.05
Елена Богданова RUS 09.05
Леонид Кульбакин RUS 09.05
Иван Лебедев RUS 09.05
Семен Жданов RUS 09.05
Алексей Шагаев RUS 09.05
Николай Семенов RUS 09.05
Владислав Иванов RUS 09.05
Денис Ермаков RUS 09.05
Артем Комаров RUS 09.05
Денис Полонский RUS 09.05
Светлана Нестерчук RUS 09.05
Дмитрий Симагин RUS 09.05
Виктория Евсикова RUS 09.05
Лев Сабанин RUS 09.05
Наталья Муравьева RUS 09.05
Елена Аникина RUS 09.05
Tauri Hainsoo EST 09.05
Дмитрий Дрожжин RUS 09.05
Виктор Гладыш RUS 09.05
Алеся Ахапкина RUS 09.05
Вячеслав Фоминых RUS 09.05
Роман Рыков RUS 09.05
Николай Рукавицын RUS 09.05
Евгений Орлов RUS 09.05
Александр Четвериков RUS 09.05

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    09/02/2014 Aurélie Dabudyck (FRA) wins on the women's side

    Winter came back to La Transjurassienne this morning...together with a strong wind from the West. In around -2 degrees and snowfall, more than 3000 skiers took the start at 8h30 for the 69km long freestyle technique race in Lomoura. One hour later, the women's 50km long race took off from Les Rousses. Both races had to be shortened by the passage on Swiss soil as there was not a sufficient snow coverage for the track to pass there. Therefore the 76km became 69km and the 57km race became 50km long.

    With always changing snow conditions and the wind from the back, the first group of around still over 20 athletes was still together in Les Rousses and the famous “Montée de l'Opticien” which gives a Tour de France mountain stage feeling to this prestigious cross country skiing race. However, when beginning the steep climb into the Risoux forest from Bois d'Amont at about half stage, the group got smaller and the first ones dropped behind. After the descend to Bellefontaine on the other side of the Risoux and the passage to Chapelle des Bois, only seven racers were still together in front. At this time, the first women,Aurélie Dabudyck (FRA), Olga Rotcheva (RUS), Célia Bourgeois (FRA) and Antonella Confortola (ITA) were still in front of the best men. Their order shouldn't change until the finish. The French Dabudyck received her Tranjurassienne bell from the race president and former French cross country skiing champion Hervé Balland.

    Not far after the last uphill, Mathias Wibault (FRA) passed Dabudyck after he had made his attack which the others weren't able to follow. He pushed hard until the end and could bring his advantage over the finish line with Benoit Chauvet, the winner of last year's edition, placing second and Toni Livers (SUI), who will travel to Sochi on Tuesday to participate there in the Swiss relay and the mystic 50km on the last day of the Games, placing third. And also right on time, the sun came out and gave the winners a glorious shine when they crossed the finish line.

    Petr Novak (CZE) still leader of the overall FIS Marathon Cup – the same goes for Roponen (FIN)

    On the men's side, there is no change in the FIS Marathon Cup ranking: Petr Novak (CZE), who is in Sochi (RUS) for the Olympic Games, still leads with 180 points, now in front of Martin Koukal (CZE, 165 points) and Benoit Chauvet (FRA, 147 points)

    On the women's side, Riita-Liisa Roponen (FIN) also stays in the lead with 200 points, in front of Julia Tikhonova (RUS) who still has 180 points and Olga Rotcheva (RUS), today's second, who now has 172 points.

    The complete result list from today's race & the actual overall FIS Marathon Cup standing:

    http://www.worldloppet.com/fmcresults.php


    For pictures from La Transjurassienne, please have a look at the Worldloppet Facebook page!

    Contributed by: Trans jurassienne