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WARSAW, January 19, 14:31 /ITAR-TASS/. Russian Maxim Vylegzhanin won the 2014 FIS Cross Country World Cup Men’s 15 km Mass Start in Poland’s Szklarska Poreba.
He covered the race for 35 minutes 39,0 seconds. Another Russian Yevgeny Belov came second (35.42,1) and Alexei Poltoranin from Kazakhstan was third (35.41,3).