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Tour de Ski 2023-2024 – Preview and Full Schedule



Tour de Ski 2023 2024 – Preview and Full Schedule

The 18th Tour de Ski will take place in 2023–2024 in Toblach, Italy; Davos, Switzerland; and Val di Fiemme, Italy. It will begin on December 30, 2023, and end on January 7, 2024.

The 18th Tour de Ski will take place in 2023–24 and be a part of the FIS Cross-Country World Cup. The World Cup stage event will start on December 30, 2023, in Toblach, Italy, and end on January 7, 2024, with the traditional Final Climb stage in Val di Fiemme, Italy. The tour will once again begin in Toblach. The previous edition’s winners were Frida Karlsson from Sweden and Johannes Høsflot Klaebo from Norway. The FIS Council suspended Russia and Belarus from competition for this World Cup season in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Every year in Central Europe, cross-country skiers compete in the Tour de Ski. The Tour de Ski normally consists of six to nine stages, with the winner being determined by the total time of the stages plus bonus seconds. The Tour de France, a cycling competition, served as the model for the Tour de Ski.

Every year, the stages and hosting locations change. Over the years, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and the Czech Republic have hosted Tour de Ski stages. Traditionally, the tour concludes in Val di Fiemme, Italy. The tour culminates with a protracted and precipitous ascent to the summit of Alpe Cermis mountain.

Since its first organization in 2006–2007, the Tour de Ski has been held annually.

A part of the FIS Cross-Country Skiing World Cup consists of Tour de Ski stages. Beginning with the 2022–2023 season, the FIS has unified the race distances for men and women in the World Cup and Tour de Ski.

Tour de Ski 2023-2024 – Schedule

Tour de Ski has taken note of the concerns raised regarding lengthy travel times between events. Events for the Tour de Ski 2023–2024 will only happen in three locations across two nations. In 2023–2024, there will be seven stages on the tour.

On December 30, 2023, the tour kicks off in Toblach, Italy, with free technique sprints. The same location will host 10 km interval races in the classic style the following day. On Monday, January 1, 2024, 20 km pursuits in free technique will be skied, marking the start of the third competition in Toblach.

The tour resumes with freestyle sprints in Davos, Switzerland on January 3rd, following a day off. Davos will host 20 km pursuits in classic technique the following day.

The tour will travel to Val Di Fiemme, Italy, its final destination, after Davos. There will be two races there on January 6 and 7, followed by a day of rest. On Saturday, the tour begins with a 15-kilometer mass start in classic technique, and on Sunday, it concludes with a strenuous 10-kilometer final climb in free technique.

For the fifth time in a row, the last stage is set up as a mass start rather than a chase.

Note: All times shown in the calendar are in Central European Time (CET), which is one hour ahead of UTC (UTC +1).

30.12.2023 – 7.1.2024Tour de SkiItaly, Switzerland
Sat 30.12.2023Toblach Sprint (f) qualification, women
Sat 30.12.2023Toblach Sprint (f) qualification, men
Sat 30.12.2023Toblach Sprint (f) finals, women
Sat 30.12.2023Toblach Sprint (f) finals, men
Sun 31.12.2023Toblach 10 km (c) interval, women
Sun 31.12.2023Toblach 10 km (c) interval, men
Mon 01.01.2024Toblach 20 km (f) pursuit, women
Mon 01.01.2024Toblach 20 km (f) pursuit, men
Wed 03.01.2024Davos Sprint (f) qualification, women
Wed 03.01.2024Davos Sprint (f) qualification, men
Wed 03.01.2024Davos Sprint (f) finals, women
Wed 03.01.2024Davos Sprint (f) finals, men
Thu 04.01.2024Davos 20 km (c) pursuit, women
Thu 04.01.2024Davos 20 km (c) pursuit, men
Sat 06.01.2024Val di Fiemme 15 km (c) Mass start, women
Sat 06.01.2024Val di Fiemme 15 km (c) Mass start, men
Sun 07.01.2024Val di Fiemme Final climb 10 km (f) mass start, women
Sun 07.01.2024Val di Fiemme Final climb 10 km (f) mass start, men
StageVenueDateEventTechniqueDistanceStart time (CET)
1 Toblach30 December 2023SprintFree1.4 km1.4 km14:3014:30
231 December 2023Distance, interval startClassic10 km10 km12:1515:00
31 January 2024Distance, pursuitFree25 km25 km12:3010:00
4   Davos3 January 2024SprintFree1.5 km1.5 km17:0017:00
54 January 2024Distance, pursuitClassic20 km20 km10:4513:00
6 Val di Fiemme6 January 2024Distance, mass startClassic15 km15 km11:3015:25
77 January 2024Final Climb, mass startFree10 km10 km15:4514:30
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