Alpe Cermis - Tour de Ski final climb, the fastest climbers

Alpe Cermis – Tour de Ski final climb: Who are the fastest climbers?


Final climb (Alpe Cermis) is the highlight of the Tour de Ski. Check out the best climbers in TdS´s history!
Etusuora: 04.01.2022 08:48Cross country skiing
Alpe Cermis – Tour de Ski final climb: Who are the fastest climbers?
Photo: Teemu Moisio
The final stage of Tour de Ski is a free technique 10 km mass start, with a final roughly 4 km steep hill climb up the Alpe Cermis alpine ski trail.

The final climb of Alpe Cermis is a Tour de Ski classic. The height difference is 425 meters and the total climb is 495 meters. The final climb has been the final stage of Tour de Ski since the first edition of 2007, even though the first part of the course has varied in length over the years. The final climb has been the same course for men and women since 2011.

In previous years the final leg has been arranged as a pursuit, but since the 2019/2020 season it has been arranged as a mass start.

We have compiled the fastest climb times of the final hill climb from every Tour de Ski season. Unfortunately FIS has not provided official times for the final climb from the 2019-2020 Tour de Ski.

Fastest skiers – Alpe Cermis, final climb


Final climb (f) - stage time

YearIIIIII
2021 (10 km)Denis Spitsov 32.41,0Alexander Bolshunov 32.54,3Maurice Manificat 32.56,2
2020 (10 km)Simen Hegstad Kruger 30.55,8Sjur Röthe 31.09,7Bolshunov 31.18,1
2019 (10 km)Röthe 30.32,0Krüger 30.33,3Andrey Melnichenko 31.00,6
2018 (9 km)Martin Johnsrud Sundby 28.36,4Manificat 28.49,2Spitsov 28.50,7
2017 (9 km)Manificat 29.20,0Matti Heikkinen 29.26,1Hans Christer Holund 29.35,8
2016 (9 km)Sundby 30.47,0Robin Duvillard 30.54,2Heikkinen 30.58,8
2015 (9 km)Roland Clara 29.13,0Mainificat 29.15,1Livers 29.29,9
2014 (9 km)Chris Jespersen 31.58,8Röthe 32.05,2Ivan Babikov 32.14,1
2013 (9 km)Marcus Hellner 29,59,6Babikov 30.12,9Clara 30.14,2
2012 (9 km)Alexander Legkov 30.38,2Mainificat 30.38,3Hellner 30.39,9
2011 (9 km)Lukas Bauer 30.28,3Clara 31.00,7Curdin Perl 31.02,1


Final climb (f) - climb time

YearIIIIII
2019Kruger 16:25.3Röthe 16:43.5Jules Lapierre 16:56.9
2018Sundby 15:58.3Spitsov 16:02.5Holund 16:07.5
2017Manificat 16:24.0Aleksander Bessmertnykh 16:26.6Heikkinen 16:27.6
2016Heikkinen 16:47.2Duvillard 16:54.8Finna Hågen Krogh 17:04.2
2015Manificat 15:52.0Clara 16:12.3Hellner 16:17.3
2014Babikov 17:30.8Röthe 17:32.1Niklas Dyrhaug 17:35.6
2013Hellner 16:56.6Johannes Dürr 17:09.5Legkov 17:13.6
2012Clara 16:34.9Manificat 16:48.2Thomas Moriggl 16:49.3
2011Bauer 17:00.6Babikov 17:24.3Perl 17:26.7


Final climb (f) - stage time

YearIIIIII
2021 (10 km)Ebba Andersson 36.45,6.Jessie Diggins 36.54,8Delphine Claudel 37.18,2
2020 (10 km)Therese Johaug 34.21,6Heidi Weng 35.11,9Ingvild Flugstad Östberg 35.16,1
2019 (10 km)Östberg 35.15,0Krista Pärmäkoski 35.57,8Anastasia Sedova 36.04,6
2018 (9 km)Weng 32.11,5Stadlober 32.52,8Diggins 32.53,4
2017 (9 km)Weng 33.34,3Elizabeth Stephen 34.12,5Kerttu Niskanen 34.20,3
2016 (9 km)Johaug 33.14,8Weng 34.40,7Stephen 34.44,3
2015 (9 km)Johaug 32.16,4Weng 33.15,8Marit Björgen 33.27,5
2014 (9 km)Johaug 34.19,8Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen 35.04,0Stephen 35.18,5
2013 (9 km)Johaug 34.12,4Stephen 34.51,9Weng 35.23,2
2012 (9 km)Johaug 34.17,7Justyna Kowalczyk 35.09,0Marit Björgen 35.25,7
2011 (9 km)Kowalczyk 35.13,7Johaug 36.35,2Marianna Longa 37.54,4


Final climb (f) - climb time

YearIIIIII
2019Östberg 19:49.5Sedova 20:05.1Pärmäkoski 20:24.2
2018Weng 18:02.1Stadlober 18:40.0Östberg 18:50.9
2017Weng 19:23.1Stephen 19:28.6Stadlober 19:43.5
2016Johaug 18:46.6Stephen 19:18.3Weng 19:37.3
2015Johaug 18:04.6Weng 18:44.1Björgen 18:55.1
2014Johaug 19:46.9Stephen 20:03.3Weng/Masako Ishida 20:20.8
2013Johaug 20:13.1Stephen 20:40.1Weng 21:11.6
2012Johaug 19:23.9Kowalczyk 19:34.3Valentina Shevchenko 19:47.7
2011Johaug 18:55.4Marte Elden 19:37.9Valentina Shevchenko 20:07.9