Lea simplicity

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Lea simplicity Cross-country skiing
nation SloveniaSlovenia Slovenia
birthday 19th May 1994 (age 26)
place of birth Ljubljana , Slovenia
society TSK Triglav Kranj
status active
Medal table
U23 medals 0 × gold 1 × silver 0 × bronze
EM medals 2 × gold 0 × silver 2 × bronze
JWM medals 0 × gold 1 × silver 1 × bronze
FIS Cross-country skiing U23 world championships
silver 2016 Râșnov 10 km freestyle
European Ski Federation European cross-country skiing championships
gold 2011 Ramsau singles
bronze 2011 Ramsau Mass start
bronze 2012 Ortisei sprint
gold 2012 Ortisei singles
FIS Nordic Junior Ski World Championships
silver 2012 Erzurum 10 km skiathlon
bronze 2012 Erzurum Season
Placements in the cross-country skiing world cup
 Debut in the World Cup December 14, 2013
 Overall World Cup 60th ( 2014/15 )
 Distance World Cup 49th ( 2014/15 )
 U23 World Cup 5. ( 2014/15 )
 Tour de Ski 22. ( 2015 )
last change: February 25, 2016

Lea Einfalt (born May 19, 1994 in Ljubljana ) is a Slovenian cross-country skier .


Einfalt, who starts for TSK Triglav Kranj, mainly participated in U18 and U20 races in the Alpine Cup from 2010 to 2014 , in which she finished fourth in the U20 overall ranking in the 2013/14 season . She had her first international success at the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival 2011 in Liberec . There she won silver in the 5 km freestyle. One month later she achieved bronze in the 7.5 km mass start race and gold over 5 km at the 2011 European cross-country skiing championships in Ramsau am Dachstein . In January 2012, she won the classic bronze medal over 5 km at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games in Seefeld in Tirol . At the following Junior World Ski Championships in Erzurum , she won bronze with the relay and silver in the 10 km skiathlon. At the Nordic World Ski Championships in 2013 in Val di Fiemme , she achieved 62nd place over 10 km freestyle. She ran her first World Cup race in December 2013 in Davos , which she finished in 54th place over 15 km freestyle. In December 2014, she also got her first World Cup points in Davos with 20th place in the 10 km freestyle. The 2015 Tour de Ski finished in 22nd place overall. At the Nordic World Ski Championships in Falun in 2015 , she came in 35th place in the skiathlon, 26th place in the 10 km freestyle and tenth place with the relay. In the 2015/16 season she took 53rd place at the Nordic Opening in Ruka and 34th place at the Tour de Ski . At the U23 World Ski Championships in 2016 in Râşnov , she won the silver medal in the 10 km freestyle. In March 2016 she came on the podium for the first time with two third places in the Alpencup on the Großer Arber and in Toblach . At the Nordic World Ski Championships 2017 in Lahti , she achieved 13th place with the relay.

World Cup Statistics

The table shows the placements achieved in detail.

  • 1st – 3rd place: Number of podium placements
  • Top 10: Number of places in the top ten
  • Points ranks: Number of placements within the point ranks
  • Starts: Number of races run in the respective discipline
  • Note: In the distance races, the classification is based on the FIS.
placement Distance races a Skiathlon
sprint Stage
race b
total Team c
≤ 5 km ≤ 10 km ≤ 15 km ≤ 30 km > 30 km sprint Season
1st place  
2nd place  
3rd place  
Top 10  
Scoring 2 1 1 4th
Starts 5 1 1 1 1 2 11
As of March 21, 2015
a including individual starts and mass starts according to FIS classification
bEntire race, not individual stages, e.g. B. Tour de Ski, Nordic Opening, season finale
c Possibly incomplete due to a lack of suitable sources before 2001

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