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Stina Nilsson is chasing another win: not to relax

In the premiere in Ruka stumbled Stina Nilsson in the finish. The following week, in Lillehammer, snuvades she is on the victory of the landslagskompisen Jonna

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Stina Nilsson is chasing another win: not to relax

In the premiere in Ruka stumbled Stina Nilsson in the finish. The following week, in Lillehammer, snuvades she is on the victory of the landslagskompisen Jonna Sundling.

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But after that Nilsson has been completely dominant in the world sprinttävlingar. In a season where the Swedish sprintdamerna impressed great overall, has a 25-year-old still been in a class by itself.

for Saturday's classic sprint at Otepää in estonia with four straight victories in the back, and is obviously the big favourite again.

" It's fun to be back in Otepää, it was a few years since the last time. It has been really nice weather here and really nice tracks, real skidpropaganda compared to how it was in Dresden (last weekend) when it rained every day, " says Stina Nilsson.

Two sprinttävlingar remaining before the world CUP in Seefeld: Otepää, Lahti, finland, on 9 February. The latter goes, just as world CUP sprint, in freestyle. But skiing style does not seem to play any major role for Nilsson, who won the OLYMPIC gold medal in the classic sprint last year and has won four of five fristilssprintar this winter. She will come if nothing unexpected happens, go into the world CUP as guldfavorit.

" Yes, but I think I have a different smoothness in the year. It feels, in any case, " says Stina Nilsson.

at the same time, she knows that there is a danger that we feel satisfied.

" of course you can have a good security in that it has a high capacity but in that particular sprint, so we never relax, even if you feel that you have the strength. You really have to be on all that is happening and that is certainly true not to get too comfortable because then I think that you lose it. So it comes that I'm on my toes even in the morning, " says Nilsson for Saturday's sprint.

" I have not had any expectations on what I'll perform, it's more that I have expected me to get out my capacity. It should respond well when I compete, it is that that has been the goal and I have achieved. When everything's right, it's very fun that it can even lead to the victory.

Saturday's sprint starts with qualifying at 10.30 am and continues with finalpasset at 12.55.

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