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Tour de Ski win by Krogh

Norway's newcomer Finn Hågen Krogh (23) won the men's  third stage of Tour de Ski, the 1.4km sprint event at Val Mustair on Tuesday, ahead of Italian Federico Pellegrino. Canadian Len Valjas came third.

In the women's 1.4km sprint, Norway's Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg came second, behind USA's Kikkan Randall. Norway's Heidi Weng finished third.

(NRK)


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