FIS World Cup Québec City Men’s 15 k Freestyle Pursuit
Norway’s Johannes Høsflot Klæbo did not cede the win today as he moved to take the World Cup overall over Russia’s Alexander Bolshunov. The day’s first starter in the 15-kilometer freestyle pursuit, Klæbo won in 29:05.4. Klæbo began with a 52 second lead on second starter Bolshunov and a 53-second gap on Canada’s Alex Harvey. The trio eventually linked up with Klæbo pulsing with speed to take the win.
Harvey of Canada finished his career atop the podium with a second place. He took Bolshunov at the line. Harvey was 2.8 seconds back, Bolshunov 2.9.
Erik Bjornsen was the top American in 20th (+2:46.2).