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    • Haywood LIVE Report: Olympians head to the 93rd edition of the Lahti Ski Games

      March 1, 2018

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      Mar. 4,5 World Cup, Lahti Finland

      With Pyeongchang consigned to the history books, the World Cup starts it's Fenno-Scandinavian circuit, with the 93rd edition of the Lahti Ski Games, in Finland.


      The Canadian team includes Olympians, Alex Harvey, Devon Kershaw, Graeme Killick, Dahria Beatty, Emily Nishikawa and Cendrine Browne. In addition, Julien Locke and COC leader Andy Shields will suit up in Lahti.

      The rest of the Olympic team have returned to Canada to prepare for the Nationals, with the exception of Russell Kennedy who will head back to Pyeongchang, to ski as a guide for Brian McKeever at the Paralympics.
      The schedule in Lahti includes a skate sprint on Saturday and short distance interval start, classic events on Sunday.
      Race Schedules: Note there is on occasion some changes to race starts from original schedules, and TV programming may not be synchronized with the complete race. Check the organizer's website to verify timing and double check the time difference listed.
      CET= Central European Time
      EST= Eastern Standard Time
      The races can generally be watched on the following website http://www.sportlemon.tv/ ensure you have proper computer security activated. Eurosport UK are generally providing live coverage in English which can often be streamed through the sportlemon.tv website. Note television doesn't necessarily cover the complete race live. Complete event coverage is usually available using the subscription based Eurosport player, however your computer's IP address must be based in Europe.
      FIS provide live updates on Live timing, and post race video highlights. You can usually also find post race footage on crosscountryski.us
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