TELEMARK: THE WORLD CUP IS DECIDED IN LIVIGNO

15/03/2024

(String: {%- set hs_blog_post_body -%} {%- set in_blog_post_body = true -%} <span id="hs_cos_wrapper_post_body" class="hs_cos_wrapper hs_cos_wrapper_meta_field hs_cos_wrapper_type_rich_text" style="" data-hs-cos-general-type="meta_field" data-hs-cos-type="rich_text" ><p>On the stage of Little Tibet, the best international athletes enchant with the FIS Telemark World Cup between tradition, elegance and adrenaline<br><br><!--more--></p> <p>Livigno, 15.03.2024 - <span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: 900;">Great sporting success and popular participation, in Livigno, for the stage of the FIS Telemark World Cup, which animated this half of March thanks to three days of competitions at the highest world level.</span> Telemark, we can say, on the snows of Little Tibet, has really returned home, reconnecting the threads with a long-standing tradition, which has always found fertile ground in Livigno, both from a competitive and a more purely cultural point of view. Over the years, in fact, fans of the discipline have always found a sort of second home here, for a locality that has shown itself to be ready and receptive to the promotion of a sport much loved by its practitioners: a gesture of absolute elegance on skis, which has admirers all over the world. The success of the stage, therefore, is yet another demonstration of a long-standing relationship, which in this three-day World Cup has added an important piece.</p> <p><span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;">Livigno hosted an extra-large event, to the delight of the fans and the numerous tourists present, with the recovery of a sprint race inserted at the beginning of the programme, on Wednesday 13, which allowed all the fans who flocked to the slopes to enjoy three consecutive days of descents and great emotions.</span> A glut of telemark, which certainly helped to make the days of those present unforgettable and to spread the values of this unique and spectacular discipline. The races, held at the SITAS Ski Area, showcased a high technical level and an appreciable competitive spirit: the perfect recipe for challenges to the last turn. <span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;">60 skiers were present at the start, with athletes representing 12 nations</span>, a symptom of a constantly growing environment, despite the historical nature of the discipline. Sweden, France, Switzerland, Norway, the Czech Republic and Italy were the most represented teams, with <span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;">home-grown talent Giacomo Bormolini</span> expected to be the protagonist of a three-day event on the snow in which he started skiing and where he got to know telemark skiing.</p> <p>The first stage winners were the <span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;">Frenchmen Elie Nabot and Tan Bouquet</span>, who won the sprint race on <span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;">Wednesday 13.</span> For Elie, who led the overall men's classification, it was a capital race, finishing with a clear advantage over Raphael Mahlkecht from Italy and the other Frenchman, Tran Rostolan. There was also a massive transalpine presence among the women, with Camille Bourbon third, behind the winner Bouquet and Britain's Jasmine Taylor.<br><br>Taylor, first in the overall standings, was able to confirm her second place again on <span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;">Thursday 14, in the new sprint race,</span> this time behind <span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;">Norway's Kaja Bjoernstad Konow</span>, and ahead of France's Laly Chaucheprat. In the men's race, Nabot was again on the podium, second behind compatriot <span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;">Noe Claye</span> and ahead of Norwegian Nygaard Loeken Trym. Fifth an excellent <span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;">Giacomo Bormolini</span>, whose performance, together with the splendid sunshine of the day, inflamed the home crowd.<br><br>Closing the <span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;">three-day event was the 'Classic' on Friday 15 March</span>, which saw <span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;">Nygaard Loeken Trym</span> triumph, followed by Frenchmen Noe Claye and Yoann Rostolan. Among the women, the usual Taylor took the podium for the third time in this stage, preceded however by<span style="font-family: Livigno, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;"> Tan Bouquet</span>, who doubled her victory on the first day, and compatriot Laly Chaucheprat.</p>{{ include_custom_fonts({"Livigno":["Regular","Medium","Light","Bold Italic","Bold","Black","Thin","Medium Italic"]}) }}</span> {%- endset -%} {%- set hs_blog_post_summary -%} <p>On the stage of Little Tibet, the best international athletes enchant with the FIS Telemark World Cup between tradition, elegance and adrenaline<br><br></p> {%- endset -%} {%- blog_post_data_wall_wrapper body={{hs_blog_post_body}}, summary={{hs_blog_post_summary}} %})

On the stage of Little Tibet, the best international athletes enchant with the FIS Telemark World Cup between tradition, elegance and adrenaline

Livigno, 15.03.2024 - Great sporting success and popular participation, in Livigno, for the stage of the FIS Telemark World Cup, which animated this half of March thanks to three days of competitions at the highest world level. Telemark, we can say, on the snows of Little Tibet, has really returned home, reconnecting the threads with a long-standing tradition, which has always found fertile ground in Livigno, both from a competitive and a more purely cultural point of view. Over the years, in fact, fans of the discipline have always found a sort of second home here, for a locality that has shown itself to be ready and receptive to the promotion of a sport much loved by its practitioners: a gesture of absolute elegance on skis, which has admirers all over the world. The success of the stage, therefore, is yet another demonstration of a long-standing relationship, which in this three-day World Cup has added an important piece.

Livigno hosted an extra-large event, to the delight of the fans and the numerous tourists present, with the recovery of a sprint race inserted at the beginning of the programme, on Wednesday 13, which allowed all the fans who flocked to the slopes to enjoy three consecutive days of descents and great emotions. A glut of telemark, which certainly helped to make the days of those present unforgettable and to spread the values of this unique and spectacular discipline. The races, held at the SITAS Ski Area, showcased a high technical level and an appreciable competitive spirit: the perfect recipe for challenges to the last turn. 60 skiers were present at the start, with athletes representing 12 nations, a symptom of a constantly growing environment, despite the historical nature of the discipline. Sweden, France, Switzerland, Norway, the Czech Republic and Italy were the most represented teams, with home-grown talent Giacomo Bormolini expected to be the protagonist of a three-day event on the snow in which he started skiing and where he got to know telemark skiing.

The first stage winners were the Frenchmen Elie Nabot and Tan Bouquet, who won the sprint race on Wednesday 13. For Elie, who led the overall men's classification, it was a capital race, finishing with a clear advantage over Raphael Mahlkecht from Italy and the other Frenchman, Tran Rostolan. There was also a massive transalpine presence among the women, with Camille Bourbon third, behind the winner Bouquet and Britain's Jasmine Taylor.

Taylor, first in the overall standings, was able to confirm her second place again on Thursday 14, in the new sprint race, this time behind Norway's Kaja Bjoernstad Konow, and ahead of France's Laly Chaucheprat. In the men's race, Nabot was again on the podium, second behind compatriot Noe Claye and ahead of Norwegian Nygaard Loeken Trym. Fifth an excellent Giacomo Bormolini, whose performance, together with the splendid sunshine of the day, inflamed the home crowd.

Closing the three-day event was the 'Classic' on Friday 15 March, which saw Nygaard Loeken Trym triumph, followed by Frenchmen Noe Claye and Yoann Rostolan. Among the women, the usual Taylor took the podium for the third time in this stage, preceded however by Tan Bouquet, who doubled her victory on the first day, and compatriot Laly Chaucheprat.

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