Norway proved to be again the world’s best country when it comes to skiing competitions, after today’s last day of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships ended with two medals for the host country.
Petter Northug won the Men’s 50 km Mass Start Free after 2:08.09, defeating Russia’s Maxim Vylegzhanin. Third place went to Tord Asle Gjerdalen.
Yesterday, Norway won a gold and two silvers. In the Women’s 30 km Mass Start Free Therese Johaug came first, finishing the Women’s 30 km Mass Start Free in 1:23:45.1, 44 seconds faster than compatriot Marit Bjørgen.
In the other competition of the day, thanks to Tom Hilde, Norway came second in the Men’s Ski Jumping, Large Hill with 456.4 points.
Overall, Norway finished the championship with a total of 20 medals, 8 gold, 6 silver, and 6 bronze.
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