The Olympic bronze medalist succeeded in Oberstdorf over 10 km in the classic technique as seventh, her first top ten place of the season. Frida Karlsson secured the superior victory of the day and also the overall tour lead after the third stage. In the Tour classification, Stadlober improved from 17th to eleventh place. “It was really cool again. I had great material and I’m completely satisfied. I’ll continue to attack,” said the Salzburg native. In the men’s category, Norway’s superstar Johannes Hösflot Kläbo also won the third stage. In the overall standings, his lead over compatriot Paal Golberg is already 37 seconds. The Austrians Benjamin Moser and Philipp Leodolter did not start yesterday.
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