Holund leads Norwegian CC sweep; Lundby wins first women's large hill

Hans Christer Holund took the gold in a Norwegian podium sweep in the 15-kilometres cross country race at the world championships on Wednesday as their big Russian rival Alexander Boshunov had to settle for fourth. And Maren Lundby made it a double gold day for Norway as she triumphed in the first-ever women’s large hill ski jump at the worlds. But it wasn’t all good news for the Nordic skiing superpower on the day as news broke that their World Cup leading ski-jumper Halvor Egner Granerud has tested positive for the coronavirus and will miss the final two events in Oberstdorf. “We don’t know …

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