Federico Pellegrino wins second cross-country World Cup in two days

DRESDEN, Germany -- Italy's Federico Pellegrino claimed his second cross-country World Cup win in as many days with victory in the team sprint with Dietmar Noeckler on Sunday.

Pellegrino and Noeckler completed the 6x1.3-kilometer course in a combined time of 12 minutes, 18.31 seconds, beating Sweden's Emil Joensson and Teodor Peterson by 1 minute, 7 seconds.

Andrey Krasnov and Gleb Retivykh of Russia were third, 1.23 off the pace.

Ida Ingemarsdotter and Maja Dahlqvist of Sweden won the women's team sprint in 13:33.40, beating compatriots Hanna Falk and Stina Nilsson by 0.16.

Ida Sargent and Sophie Caldwell of the United States were third, 0.23 behind.