The Czech cross-country skier Lukáš Bauer came second overall in the World Cup after finishing ninth in the 15-kilometre freestyle in Sweden’s Falun on Sunday. Bauer, who took two bronze medals at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, finished behind this season’s most successful men’s cross-country skier, Petter Northug of Norway. Bauer, who is 32, won the World Cup in 2008.
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