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Golberg delivers in Davos

Norwegian cross-country racer Pål Golberg (Madshus) has entered the international elite circuit with a bang. While the podium finish in Düsseldorf the first weekend in December is the season highlight so far, Davos was another glimpse of what lives within this young Norwegian. Golberg exited after some in the semifinal, leaving the race with eighth […]

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Solemdal: I know it will be really good

Synnøve Solemdal (NOR) has taken a step up this season and a major international breakthrough this weekend when she was fourth in the women’s sprint during the Biathlon World Cup opener in Östersund (SWE). Heading into her fourth season with the Norwegian national team, Solemdal has returned to the tracks with more drive and determination […]

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Bjørndalen: A master of details

When The King of biathlon, Ole Einar Bjørndalen (NOR), is embarking on his 20th World Cup season with the World Cup openers in Östersund (SWE) this week, he leaves nothing untested. (Story continues below the photo) They say that behind every great man is a great woman. Behind Bjørndalen, there is a great woman and […]

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Team Madshus: Amazing opportunity

Norwegian skiers Ingeranne Strøm Nakstad and Morten Teksnes were both named to the new elite development project Team Madshus Norway for the upcoming season. The young skiers told Langrenn.com during the season kick-off that they are grateful for the opportunity to pursue their dreams and careers with the support of Madshus. The last weekend in […]

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Favorite workout: Moosehufing

Madshus cross-country racer Ingvild Flugstad Østberg, who crashed onto the World Cup last winter posting a 14th place overall in the 2011 Tour de Ski in her first season as senior, loves all kinds of workouts. But moosehufing is one of her favorite intensity workouts. Moosehuf, a variety of uphill bounding that resembles the elegant […]

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Alsgaard: How much volume?

Is it better to train a lot of hours, or fewer hours with higher intensity? This is an old debate. Thomas Alsgaard argues that the whole debate comes down to personal preference and knowing your own body. “There are several ways to the top. If you train fewer hours, you can do more intensity and […]

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Madshus Launches Unique Development Team

On September 25, Madshus launches the brand new Team Madshus Norway, a unique development team consisting of 4 young talented cross-country skiers and biathletes with their eyes set on the top of the World Cup podium.

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Steira: In The Game for Another 3 Years

Kristin Størmer Steira. Photo: Inge Scheve

Kristin Størmer Steira is looking forward to the 2014 Olympics, but she does suspect the Sotchi Games will be her last major event.

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Alsgaard to Race NYC Maraton

“The distance doesn’t worry me. It is the monotony that concerns me,” says Madshus racer Thomas Alsgaard (NOR).

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Aiming for the FIS Marathon Cup

Madshus racer Geir Ludvig Aasen Ouren (NOR) joins the new Team NPRO, consisting of four elite marathon ski racers aiming to challenge the established marathon teams for the FIS Ski Classics events.

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