On Saturday, Finland’s Kerttu Niskanen won the women’s 10km individual start classic race at the COOP FIS Cross-Country World Cup in Beitostølen (Norway): having stayed in the top three for the first 3km, the 34-year-old had the best time coming out of the first 5km lap and kept her lead for the remainder of the race. Norway’s Anne Kjersti Kalvå finished second, 12.7 seconds behind the winner, as Sweden’s Frida Karlsson claimed the third place. It was Niskanen’s first World Cup win this season and the fourth in her career.

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