On Wednesday, there was sunshine and no wind at all in the west of Jämtland, sweden. A great day of skiing on the mountain.
the Race, if it had been, it had been the historic first race at the ski world cup to cross a national border.
It's great up in the mountains. Today, it would have been very easy for you to make the decision, " says Tor-Arne Hetland, tävlingschef for Ski-Tours, in the fourth stage.
the fourth phase of the Ski, the Tour will be run on Thursday. With forecasted wind gusts of close to 24 metres per second (half of a storm) in the case of the proposed start of the English Storlien, will the organizer do not implement the course.
”In view of tomorrow's forecast, with strong winds at Storlien, the fourth leg of the Ski-Tour in 2020, the start and the end of the Meråker”, said the International ski federation (Fis), in a press release.
There was a member of the trio, who were the first to ascend the sprintbanan in the future. Heidi Weng, Therese Johaug and Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen. They will now continue to run the race in Meråker. Photo credit: Jonas Lindkvist
the svensknorska of the border, it's a start and a finish line, the Meråker. It is planned to reservplanen with a 15 km run in the Meråkers, the stadium appears to have been replaced. It will be a long-distance race in spite of it all, from the Meråker up to the lake Fjergen (which would have been the last of the dryckesstation the originaletappen), and then back again. The exact distance is still a little bit unclear.
”at About 33 miles, but a little weak. We are going to measure up exactly with the piste in short,” writes Mary Ann Myhre, head of the organizing committee of Meråker, in a text message, to the RIGHT.
" I have been a little bit hard to judge what is, and is to my advantage. However, I've been looking forward to this race very much. We are running the course, this is not the type of races in the world cup so often. As it is now, there was the opportunity to do this, you have the hope that it would be, " said Andersson to news agency TT.
the felt is also in doubt as to whether it would be to drive the stage due to the harsh prevailing winds.
"That sounds like a lot, if you ask me," said Johaug.
" I want there to be a level playing field. I don't want to deal with a headwind, a lot of snow and you can't see the tracks. Then there is the not-so-fun-to-drive, as I hope, rather, that it is 15 kilometres away.
Johan Esk: Johaug first past the post for the second goal.
a Guide to Ski and Tour in 2020.Updated Date: 21 February 2020, 01:39