|Host city||Seefeld in Tirol, Tyrol|
|Opening ceremony||20 February 2019|
|Closing ceremony||3 March 2019|
| FIS Nordic World|
Ski Championships 2019
|Interval start||15 km men||10 km women|
|Pursuit||30 km men||15 km women|
|Mass start||50 km men||30 km women|
|Relay||4 × 10 km men||4 × 5 km women|
|Large hill||Individual||Team sprint|
|Women's team||Mixed team|
|Large hill||Individual||Men's team|
The 41st FIS Nordic World Ski Championships were held from 20 February to 3 March 2019 in Seefeld in Tirol, Tyrol, Austria. It was the second time Seefeld in Tirol hosted the world championships, the event having been hosted there previously in 1985.
Championships was awarded to Seefeld in Tirol in Tyrol in Austria during the FIS Congress from 1–6 June 2014 in Barcelona, Spain.
Finalist applicants were Seefeld in Tirol (Austria), Oberstdorf (Germany), Planica (Slovenia) and Almaty (Kazakhstan).Oberstdorf had already applied for 2013, 2015 and 2017, Planica for 2017. Seefeld submitted its candidacy shortly before the deadline.
The Austrian winter sports resort had hosted the Championships in 1985,the German resort of Oberstdorf in 1987 and 2005.
Detailed application concepts were to be submitted by 1 September 2013.
|City||Country||Previous championships hosted||Recent bids|
|Seefeld in Tirol||1985||–|
|Oberstdorf||1987, 2005||3rd (2017), 4th (2015), 5th (2013)|
|City||First vote||Second vote||Third vote|
|Seefeld in Tirol||6||6||9|
All times are local (UTC+1).
Host nation (Austria)
|Totals (12 nations)||22||22||22||66|
Host nation (Austria)
|Totals (8 nations)||12||12||12||36|
|Sprint || Johannes Høsflot Klæbo ||3:21.17|| Federico Pellegrino ||3:21.40|| Gleb Retivykh ||3:22.54|
|30 kilometre skiathlon || Sjur Røthe ||1:10:21.8|| Alexander Bolshunov ||1:10:21.9|| Martin Johnsrud Sundby ||1:10:22.5|
|Team sprint |
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo
Francesco De Fabiani
|15 kilometre classical || Martin Johnsrud Sundby ||38:22.6|| Alexander Bessmertnykh ||38:25.5|| Iivo Niskanen ||38:43.0|
|4 × 10 kilometre relay |
Martin Johnsrud Sundby
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo
|50 kilometre freestyle mass start || Hans Christer Holund ||1:49:59.3|| Alexander Bolshunov ||1:50:27.1|| Sjur Røthe ||1:50:57.1|
|Sprint || Maiken Caspersen Falla ||2:32.35|| Stina Nilsson ||2:34.01|| Mari Eide ||2:35.19|
|15 kilometre skiathlon || Therese Johaug ||36:54.5|| Ingvild Flugstad Østberg ||37:52.1|| Natalya Nepryayeva ||37:53.2|
|Team sprint |
Ingvild Flugstad Østberg
Maiken Caspersen Falla
|10 kilometre classical || Therese Johaug ||27:02.1|| Frida Karlsson ||27:14.3|| Ingvild Flugstad Østberg ||27:37.7|
|4 × 5 kilometre relay |
Ingvild Flugstad Østberg
Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen
|30 kilometre freestyle mass start || Therese Johaug ||1:14:26.2|| Ingvild Flugstad Østberg ||1:15:03.0|| Frida Karlsson ||1:15:10.2|
|Individual large hill/10 km || Eric Frenzel ||23:43.0|| Jan Schmid ||23:47.3|| Franz-Josef Rehrl ||23:51.7|
|Team sprint large hill/2 × 7,5 km |
Jarl Magnus Riiber
|Individual normal hill/10 km || Jarl Magnus Riiber ||25:01.3|| Bernhard Gruber ||25:02.7|| Akito Watabe ||25:05.9|
|Team normal hill/4 × 5 km |
Jarl Magnus Riiber
|Men's individual large hill || Markus Eisenbichler ||279.4|| Karl Geiger ||267.3|| Killian Peier ||266.1|
|Men's team large hill |
|Men's individual normal hill || Dawid Kubacki ||218.3|| Kamil Stoch ||215.5|| Stefan Kraft ||214.8|
|Women's team normal hill |
Anna Odine Strøm
Ingebjørg Saglien Bråten
|Women's individual normal hill || Maren Lundby ||259.6|| Katharina Althaus ||259.1|| Daniela Iraschko-Stolz ||247.6|
|Mixed team normal hill |
Anna Odine Strøm
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