In the thinned men's field due to snowfall, starting between the first and second semi-finals, the Norwegians Sindre Bjørnestad Skar and Erik Valnes (NOR I) and Gjøran Tefre and Håvard Solås Taugbøl (NOR II) as well as France I with Richard Jouve (FRA) and Lucas Chanavat (FRA, Fischer ***) were the favorites, Italy could only be counted as an outsider because of first skier Stefan Zelger (ITA, Fischer ***) despite a strong Federico Pellegrino (ITA). In the men's race the pace also was significantly increased by Gjøran Tefre two laps before the end. Sindre Skar and Richard Jouve went with him and shortly before the handover Skar tried to open a gap, but he failed. The final racers had to make the decision, which Erik Valnes tried immediately after the exchange. Together with Taugbøl, Lucas Chanavat and Joni Mäki (FIN, Fischer ***) he escaped from the other teams led by Switzerland. Lucas Chanavat attacked on the way to the stadium, but he lost his energies in sight of the home stretch and Erik Valnes stormed past to win for Norway I. "It was a challenging day, very different from yesterday. But it's the same for everyone. You can only do your best", said Sindre Skar. "It was a close race and in this weather it is difficult to be alone in front. I tried it but it was difficult. But Erik was the best in the final sprint." Taugbøl ensured a Norwegian double victory and even Joni Mäki, who formed a team with Ristomatti Hakola (FIN, Fischer ***), crossed the finish line ahead of the Frenchman. Fifth went to Italy ahead of Switzerland.
=> Teamsprint Planica (SLO)
* = Fischer skis
** = Fischer skis and bindings
*** = Fischer skis, bindings and boots