Bjoergen was again clearly the strongest in the ladies race and claimed victory ahead of Arianna Follis from Italy. On the last downhill Bjoergen had already a clear gap and could enjoy the final straight towards the finish. The third spot was taken by Kikkan Randall from US. Petra Majdic from Slovenia made the fourth place, Astrid Jacobsen took the fifth spot and Justyna Kowalczyk was ranked last in heat by the jury.
Follis is still leading the sprint World Cup ranking with now 60 points ahead of Bjoergen. Kikkan Randall is there as well third, 70 points behind Follis.
In the overall World Cup, Bjoergen increased her lead to in total 640 points, Justyna Kowalczyk is second (429 points) and Arianna Follis took over the third spot (364 points).
Marit Bjoergen (NOR)
“Again a victory that is just amazing. I was not so sure that I could be so strong today but I did my best and won the race. I am not sure who can beat me in the future but I am sure that there will be the one or other athlete that can do it.”
Arianna Follis (ITA)
“It was a great race, I like the track here and I am happy to be on the podium again. Marit was clear the strongest”
Kikkan Randall (USA)
It feels great to be the second time within two weekends on the podium. I felt better and better during the day and could show a strong performance in the final. Now I will stay here until Thursday when we go to la Clusaz to compete in the distance race and then I will come back to Davos to celebrate here with my husband Christmas.”