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With just three more races remaining in the 2021 Tour de Ski, the women toed the start line for today’s 10 k classic mass start. The conditions were a gift of stable bluebird weather, sub-freezing temperatures, and tracks mostly in shade against a backdrop of sun on the opposite side of the valley. Jessie Diggins of the U.S. started at the head of the crowd, wearing the yellow leader’s bib, with a lead of twenty-two seconds over teammate Rosie Brennan in the overall standings.
As the race unfolded, however, it was not the tour leaders who took center stage. The pack largely stayed together for the first two of the four laps, until Ebba Andersson of Sweden took charge. Pushing hard out of the stadium onto the third lap, Andersson splintered the group. The Val di Fiemme course is notoriously difficult to pull away on though Andersson gave it her best shot. At 7.5 k she kept pressing her advantage though Katherina Hennig of Germany was only +1.5 seconds behind.
Eventually, Andersson was caught by Hennig and Natalia Nepryaeva of Russia. Cresting the final climb, Napryaeva had the advantage and she crossed the finish line in first, making today a double Russian victory. “It was a tough battle,” said Nepraeva through a translator, “I am very happy with the result and hope the shape is getting better.” Hennig took silver, her second career World Cup podium after finishing third last year in this same event. Andersson placed third.
In a translated interview with the German broadcaster ZDF, Henning said, “I wanted to get back on the podium some time. But I really wouldn’t have expected that it works out like that today. I wanted to orient myself towards the front of the pack, but then in the beginning of the race briefly had a problem behind Rosie Brennan who tangled up. So I had to invest a lot of energy to get back in front. That it then worked out in the end… I can’t really grasp it yet.”
For the Americans, Diggins ended the day in 9th place twenty-four seconds back, after fading over the last lap.
When the Ravens hosted the Tennessee Titans in Week 11, I contended in Late for Work that it wasn't a revenge game for the Ravens because a regular-season win would not be sufficient payback for a playoff defeat.
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Another potential wrinkle: Could practice squad safety Jayron Kearse make his Ravens debut in the playoffs? The former Detroit Lions starter was not called up for their regular-season finale, but he’s had another week to learn the team’s defense, which coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale last week called a “plug-and-play” system. Kearse is also a “very good special teams player,” according to Harbaugh, who
With how often the Titans use the run to set up their pass, Martindale said it’s especially difficult on early downs to disrupt Tannehill. But the Ravens have to try. Through 14 games this season, his passer rating on play-action was 114.4.