FIS Cross Country World Cup Prize Money 2022-23

FIS Cross Country World Cup Prize Money

The FIS Cross-Country world cup is managed by the International Ski Federation. The tournament has start on November 25 and ends on 26 March 2023. The competition will take a break in February, and March because of the World Championships in Planica. The FIS Cross Country World Cup payout has been announced.

FIS Cross Country World Cup Prize Money

40k CHF prize money is fixed for the FIS Cross Country World Cup 2023. The total payout of the tournament will distribute between the 1st to 20th place. According to the news, 5k CHF is offered to every champion on the stage.

The first position player will receive a 10k CHF prize share. The 2nd position player will receive a 5.7k CHf prize money, and the 3rd spot will get a 5k prize pool. The 4th place will take a 4k CHF prize, and the 5th place will earn a 3k CHF payout.

Standings Prize Money
1st 10,000 CHF
2nd 7,500 CHF
3rd 5,000 CHF
4th 4,000 CHF
5th 3,000 CHF
6th 2,000 CHF
7th 1,500 CHF
8th 1,100 CHF
9th 1,000 CHF
10th 900 CHF
11th 800 CHF
12th 700 CHF
13th 600 CHF
14th 500 CHF
15th 400 CHF
16th 300 CHF
17th 250 CHF
18th 200 CHF
19th 150 CHF
20th 100 CHF

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How Much Do Individuals Prize Money for Finals?

The prize pool is set for the finals of the individual sprints up to 30k CHF. The purse was split between the top 6 finishers in the tournament.

Standings Prize Money
1st 12k CHF
2nd 8k CHF
3rd 4k CHF
4th 3k CHF
5th 2k CHF
6th 1k CHF

Prize Pool for the Finalists of the World Cup

The player will win the world cup final match will get a 22k CHF prize pool. The runner-up will get a 17.5k CHF payout, and the 3rd place will fill his pockets with the 11k price share.

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