Riders in this news : Chris Andre JESPERSEN
Norway’s Chris Andre Jespersen has taken the second place of the Men 30km Free in Davos. It’s his first World Cup podium in individual! At thirty year-old, the skier from Team Rossignol is a skate specialist and was Junior 30 km World Champion in 2003. After this race, Jespersen is now the distance World Cup leader.
Chris Andre Jespersen (NOR): “I tried to keep focused and ski only my race today. I tried to keep a good and steady pace. I was surprised when I heard I was fighting for victory. It’s my first podium in my career, 3 seconds behind the winner is like a victory for me.”
Please also note the beautiful 6th place of Robin Duvillard, the French skier.
Results Men 30 km Free Individual
1. Maurice Manificat (FRA) 1:05:10.8
2. Chris Andre Jespersen (NOR) +3.3
3. Martin Johnsrud Sundby (NOR) +14.9
Distance World Cup Standing
1. Chris Andre Jespersen (NOR) 166 points
2. Maurice Manificat (FRA) 160 points
3. Martin Johnsrud Sundby (NOR) 151 points
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