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Olympic Biathlete Michael Greis Retires

Madshus biathlete and three-time Olympian Michael Greis from Germany has decided to step down from his professional sports career. “Madshus would like to take this opportunity to thank Michael Greis for his great contribution to the sport, and congratulate him with a long and successful career,” says Per Wiik, Global Marketing Director at Madshus. “We […]

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Solemdal’s Major Breakthrough

Madshus biathlete Synnøve Solemdal (NOR) was the talk of the town during the World Cup races in Hochpfilzen (AUT) this weekend. This was the major international breakthrough for the 23-year-old from Tingvoll, Norway. “It was just crazy. I was the one who was the most surprised when it was all over. I really don’t grasp […]

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FIS Marathon Cup 2012-13: 10 Days to Go

Even though the winter has already arrived in many areas of Europe and the FIS Cross Country World Cup has kicked off with its first two competition weekends in Gällivare (SWE) and Kuusamo (FIN), the athletes of the FIS Marathon Cup still have a few more days to prepare before their season finally gets under […]

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Perfect Race for Moan at World Cup Opener

Magnus Moan (NOR) delivered a much-needed victory in the Nordic Combined World Cup Opener on Saturday. Much-needed because the Madshus racer has worked through two rough seasons, and he was finally rewarded for his hard work and commitment. “It means the world to me to be standing here again as the winner. I’ve had two […]

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Brink Opens Strong in Bruksvallarna

Madshus Marathon Team racer Jörgen Brink (SWE) served up a strong performance at the FIS season opener events in Bruksvallarna last weekend. “I’m very pleased with the races. I usually don’t race very well in the beginning of the season, so this is good for me,” Brink said after his races in Bruksvallarna. The three-time […]

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Weng Sails up as Tour de Ski Favorite

Heidi Weng (NOR) is considered a third favorite to win the overall Tour de Ski this season, along with Marit Bjoergen (NOR) and Therese Johaug (NOR). Weng really made a splash on the World Cup last season, and is on track for another successful season. – At Madshus we are eager to support young, talented […]

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Teichmann Excited About New Season

Madshus racer Axel Teichmann (GER), the FIS Cross-Country World Cup winner from 2004/5 season, has been healthy all summer, is in good shape and on track with his training program, and has the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in sight. Teichmann could enjoy one week of active rest after the DSV central performance tests […]

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Weng Wins Norwegian Rollerski Cup

Madshus racer Heidi Weng won the overall title in the 2012 Norwegian rollerski cup. She capped the roller ski season with a couple of impressive podium finishes at the Blink Summer Ski festival last weekend, as well as a second place in the uphill time trial Lysebotn Opp in southern Norway on July 19. Weng, […]

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Svendsen and Solemdal named Young Star ambassadors 2012-13

Madshus biathletes Emil Hegle Svendsen and Synnøve Solemdal, both of the Norwegian national team, are not only mentors to the young athletes on Team Madshus Norway. This week the two outstanding athletes were named ambassadors to the Norwegian elite development project Young Stars, designed to help young talented biathletes age 15 to 16 launch their […]

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Rezac wins Czech skier of the year award

Madshus Marathon Team racer Stanislav Rezac edged out ski jumper Roman Koudelka by two votes for the annual award Czech Skier of the Year. Alpine skier Krystof Kryzl was third in the poll. Accordingly, Rezac the best Czech skier for the 2011-12 season. Rezac won the overall FIS Marathon Cup for 2011-12, after winning the […]

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