The team for Tuesday's World Cup competition in Tallinn is ready.
Which of the women's skiers can help Maja Dahlqvist in the fight for the total victory in the sprint cup against Nadine Fähndrich?
The battle for the total victory in the Sprint Cup has developed into a drama. Nadine Fähndrich, from Switzerland, leads in total – only two points before Sweden's Maja Dahlqvist.
A situation that arose thanks when Maja Dahlqvist sprinted Swiss in Falun.
Every move will be decisive and in that situation, the women's national team coach Stefan Thomson has signaled that there may be a question of Swedish team driving to help Maja Dahlqvist:
"If there is an opportunity to run for a cup victory, you do it", he says.
Unfortunately, for Maja's part, the strong Swedish women's print team is still affected by diseases and injuries. Linn Svahn and Emma Ribom are ill and Anna Dyvik has problems with her back.
This will be the first time in the world cup that all skiers will have the same embankment. One way to reduce the difference between rich and poor nations in the ski world.
Normally Sweden would have gone to Tallinn with a dozen wallers. Now there will be only three people, who will have control of the skis. There are as many as the whole of Slovenia's total wall organization.
Facts: Sweden's long-distance teams in Tallinn
Women: Maja Dahlqvist, Johanna Hagström, Moa Hansson, Moa Ilar, Moa Lundgren, Märta Rosenberg, Jonna Sundling
Men: Edvin Anger, Gustaf Berglund, Emil Danielsson, Marcus Grate, Olle Jonsson, Oskar Svensson.