Diggins of US, Halfvarsson of Sweden win at cross country

LILLEHAMMER, Norway (AP) American Jessie Diggins clinched her second individual World Cup victory on Saturday, beating overall leader Heidi Weng by 4.8 seconds on the 5-kilometer cross-country course.

Diggins won in 12 minutes, 40.3 seconds.

''I skied as fast as I could and I had fun on the course,'' said Diggins, who is third overall, 21.6 seconds behind Weng.

Marit Bjoergen of Norway was third on Saturday - 15.8 seconds behind Diggins.

Sweden's Calle Halfvarsson won the men's 10K race in 23:04.9, beating teammate Marcus Hellner by 0.8.

Overall, Halfvarsson leads Sergey Ustiugov of Russia by 28.1 seconds.

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