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07.01.2018, Val di Fiemme, Italy (ITA):Martin Johnsrud Sundby (NOR) - FIS world cup cross-country, tour de ski, final climb men, Val di Fiemme (ITA). www.nordicfocus.com. © Modica/NordicFocus. Every downloaded picture is fee-liable.

Tour de Ski - Les chiffres clés

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Comme chaque année, la Fédération Internationale de Ski publie différentes statistiques à l'attention des spécialistes et des passionnés.

En attendant notre présentation détaillée, avec toutes les favorites, voici les chiffres concernant le Tour masculin.

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Statistiques FIS :

• Last season, Dario Cologna claimed his fourth men's Tour de Ski title, after 2008/09, 2010/11 and 2011/12. No other athlete has won more than two men's overall Tour de Ski titles.

 

• Martin Johnsrud Sundby and Lukáš Bauer are the only other athletes with multiple victories (2 each). Petter Northug, Alexander Legkov, Sergey Ustiugov and Tobias Angerer all won on one occasion.

 

• Men's and ladies' Tour de Ski overall victories combined, Cologna is tied on a joint-record four victories alongside Justyna Kowalczyk.

 

• Eight of the 12 winners of the Tour de Ski went on to win the overall World Cup that.

 

• Only Bauer in 2010, Legkov in 2013, Ustiugov in 2017 and Cologna in 2018 failed to add the overall World Cup title to their Tour de Ski victory. All four finished in second place in the overall World Cup standings that season.

 

• Cologna has claimed a total of seven overall podium finishes in the Tour de Ski, more than any other athlete. Petter Northug (6) and Martin Johnsrud Sundby (4) follow in second and third place all-time.

 

• Sundby is the only athlete to finish on the podium of the men's Tour de Ski in each of the last three seasons. He won in 2015/16 and finished second in 2016/17 and 2017/18.

 

• In total, Norwegian athletes have claimed 13 podium finishes in the men's Tour de Ski, at least six more than any other country. Switzerland (7) and Russia (6) follow.

 

• Switzerland (4), Norway (3), Russia (2) and Czech Republic (2) are the countries to have claimed multiple men's Tour de Ski titles.

 

• Last season, the six stages of the Tour de Ski were won by five different athletes, with only overall winner Cologna (2) claiming multiple stage victories.

 

• In total, only Petter Northug (13) has won more stages in the Tour de Ski than Sundby and Dario Cologna (both 7).

 

• Northug (31), Cologna (24) and Sundby (18) are the only athletes to have claimed more than 10 podium finishes in Tour de Ski stages.

 

• Norway and Russia are the only countries to have recorded at least one top-three stage finish in all previous 12 editions of the Tour de Ski.

 

• Bolshunov is leading the men's overall World Cup standings coming into the Tour de Ski. Both Bolshunov (will be 22 on 31 December) and Klæbo (22) could become the youngest winner of the men's Tour de Ski. Dario Cologna was 22 years and 299 days when he won in 2009.

 

• Alex Harvey, who finished in third place in last season's Tour de Ski, could become the first ever non-European winner the Tour de Ski.

 

• Jean Marc Gaillard is one of two athletes to have appeared in all previous 12 editions of the Tour de Ski, alongside Devon Kershaw

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