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The 2017–18 FIS Cross-Country World Cup Finals were the 10th edition of the FIS Cross-Country World Cup Finals, an annual cross-country skiing mini-tour event. The three-day event was held in Falun, Sweden. It began on 16 March 2018 and concluded on 18 March 2018. It was the final competition round of the 2017–18 FIS Cross-Country World Cup.

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  • The 2017–18 FIS Cross-Country World Cup Finals were the 10th edition of the FIS Cross-Country World Cup Finals, an annual cross-country skiing mini-tour event. The three-day event was held in Falun, Sweden. It began on 16 March 2018 and concluded on 18 March 2018. It was the final competition round of the 2017–18 FIS Cross-Country World Cup.
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  • The 2017–18 FIS Cross-Country World Cup Finals were the 10th edition of the FIS Cross-Country World Cup Finals, an annual cross-country skiing mini-tour event. The three-day event was held in Falun, Sweden. It began on 16 March 2018 and concluded on 18 March 2018. It was the final competition round of the 2017–18 FIS Cross-Country World Cup. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo of Norway and Hanna Falk of Sweden won the first stage of the mini-tour; a sprint freestyle. Alexander Bolshunov of Russia and Marit Bjørgen of Norway won the two last stages; a mass start classic and a pursuit freestyle. Bolshunov and Bjørgen won the overall standings by defending their leading positions on the third stage.
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