Return to Madshus.com

Madshus News

2019 starts now

Krista Pärmäkoski (FIN) looking at next season’s skis at the Madshus factory. Photo: Madshus

Krista Pärmäkoski won three medals at the Olympics and is still hungry for more. This week, the 27-year-old Finnish skier started preparing for the 2019 World Championship season, digging into next season’s skis and boots with the Madshus test crew equipment at Sjusjøen (NOR). “We have tested the next generation of skis and boots here […]

Read more ...

Testing skis is a science

Peter Blom testing skis at Sjusjøen in April. Photo: Stefano Zatta

At Madshus, we take perfect skis very seriously. From idea to product to retailer is a process that includes rigorous testing by engineers and product developer, our World Cup athletes, service techs and the best suppliers in the industry, making sure every detail is solid. But what goes into that process. Close to the venues […]

Read more ...

Won by more than three hours

Emilia Lindstedt - Nordenskiöldsloppet 2018 - Photo Red Bull Nordenskiöldsloppet 680x

Meet Emilia Lindstedt: the new queen of long-distance racing “This is both my best and worst experience. I have never been so tired in my life,” the 27-year-old after finishing the 220 kilometer Nordenskiöldsloppet. Lindstedt, who has been racing the Ski Classics for two years, polished off the rugged classic race from Purkjaur to Jokkmokk […]

Read more ...

Nine National Championship medals

Ingvild Flugstad Østberg - and Tuva Bakkemo opened the Norwegian National Championships with a bronze medal in the team sprint. Photo: Langrennslandslaget

Madshus athletes cap their season with strong performances at the Norwegian National Championships. First off, Ingvild Flugstad Østberg was on the podium twice in three days, opening the second part of the national championships in Alta with a bronze medal in the team sprint on Thursday along with fellow Madshus racer Tuva Bakkemo. The next […]

Read more ...

A living legend retires

21.02.2014, Sochi, Russia (RUS): Ole Einar Bjoerndalen (NOR)
- XXII. Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014, biathlon, medals, Sochi (RUS). www.nordicfocus.com. © NordicFocus. Every downloaded picture is fee-liable.

After more than a quarter century at the top level, Ole Einar Bjørndalen hangs up his competition rifle and parks his skis. The 44-year-old wishes he could say he wanted to step down. He doesn’t. He retires out of consideration to his family and his health. “I wish I could say I’ve had enough, that […]

Read more ...

Ole Einar Bjørndalen retires

Ole Einar Bjoerndalen (NOR) retires from the World Cup circuit. Photo: Nordic Focus

The king of biathlon steps down after 25 years on the World Cup circuit. “I have an incredible passion and motivation for sports. I wish I could continue my career for several more years, but this is my last season,” Ole Einar Bjørndalen (NOR) said at the press conference on Tuesday, barely able to hold […]

Read more ...

Train like a champion

Sverre Dahlen Aspenes (NOR) after winning the pursuit at the 2018 IBU Junior World Championships. Photo: Jo Dale

Sverre Aspenes (NOR) won the gold medal in the pursuit at the IBU Junior World Championships in Otepää (EST) on March 4, as well as the bronze medal in the sprint the day before. Check out how the 20-year-old trains and his favorite workout. How was your gold medal race? “I was very calm that […]

Read more ...

Madshus test crew and CEO at the Engadin Ski Marathon

Madshus test crew and CEO at the Engadin Ski Marathon: Thomas Klein, Stefan Stankalla, Peter Kuba, Christoph Bronder and Nils Hult. Photo: Madshus

K2-MDV Team conquered the 50th Engadiner Ski Marathon in Switzerland. In 1969 the starting gun of the Engadiner cross-country ski marathon was fired for the first time. In those days, around 900 participants took the challenge to run the 42 km (26 miles) from Maloja to Zouz. 50 years later, around 13.000 participants from 60 […]

Read more ...

It’s amazing to win the overall

Heidi Weng (NOR)  secured the overall and distance 2018 FIS World Cup title after the season finale in Falun (SWE). Photo: Nordic Focus

Heidi Weng (NOR) clinched overall World Cup title after a thriller World Cup final. “I was really tired about halfway through the pursuit, but I tried my best, as I knew I had to go fast to secure the overall globe. It’s amazing to win the overall. I’m very tired and looking forward to go […]

Read more ...

“I’m finally at the very top of the podium”

Emotional first World Cup victory for biathlete Vanessa Hinz (GER) on Sunday. Hinz shot clean in the 12.5-kilometer mass start on Sunday, which was a first for the 25-year-old. “After so doubting myself so many times, I’m finally at the very top of the podium. It’s almost unbelievable,” Hinz said after the race in Kontiolahti […]

Read more ...

Email Sign Up

Keep up to date on the latest contests and events!