FALUN, Sweden (AP) Maxim Vylegzhanin and Alexander Bessmertnykh of Russia put a small dent in Norway's domination of cross-country skiing by finishing 1-2 in the men's 10-kilometer World Cup race in Falun on Saturday.
Maurice Manificat of France came in third followed by the first Norwegian, Emil Iversen, who finished fourth in the classical-style race.
In the women's 5-kilometer race, Norwegians took the top four spots, with overall leader Therese Johaug winning her 13th World Cup race of the season.
Heidi Weng finished second, 18.6 seconds behind. Ingvild Flugstad Westberg was third.
Five-kilometer races are rare and Johaug said she knew it would be a tough distance.
''It's only 5K and you have to work hard the whole way,'' she said. ''I am really happy to win as it's not my favorite distance so that makes it even better.''
Johaug is now 132 points clear at the top of the overall standings, ahead of Oestberg. Weng is in third, 443 points behind Johaug.
The leader of the men's standings, Martin Johnsrud Sundby, finished fifth in Falun but still leads by 715 points ahead of fellow Norwegian Finn Haagen Krogh. Petter Northug Jr., also of Norway, is in third place, 727 points behind Sundby.