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Russian Athlete Tops Overall Standing in Ski World Championship
29.11.2010 17:08
Russian Athlete Tops Overall Standing in Ski World Championship

Yesterday a Russian athlete Alexander Legkov has won the second stage of the Cross-Country Ski World Championship and topped overall standings. The stage has taken place in Kuusamo, Finland. The Russian athlete has won a 15-km freestyle cross-country race and replaced Italian Dario Cologna in the overall standings. Alexander Legkov says that he was happy to win the World Championship stage. Now it is high time to get ready for the next stage of the Championship, scheduled for December 11-12, which will take place in Davos, Switzerland. Other Russian skiers, member of the national ski team, currently rank fifth, sixth and eighth in the overall standings. Source: Sport News


Author: Anna Kizilova

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