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Sweeping Up the Hardware

Ole Einar Bjørndalen (NOR) won four medals during the 2016 IBU World Championships on home turf in Oslo. Photo: Nordic Focus

The 2016 IBU World Championships was a Madshus podium party. Let us count the ways: On the first day of the competition, Thursday March 3, Anaïs Bescond helped France to gold in the mixed relay, while Marte Olsbu helped Norway to silver. Next up: the sprint on Saturday, March 5. On his first appearance at […]

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Tour de Podium

Ski Tour Canada marked the season finale for the 2016 FIS World Cup, and a particularly strong finale for Heidi Weng’s amazing season. The brand new Ski Tour Canada started with skate sprints in Montreal on March 1, then a 10km classic mass start on March 2 in the same place. Stage 2 was a […]

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The King Delivers on Schedule

Ole Einar Bjørndalen with his two silver medals from the 2016 World Championships in Holmenkollen (NOR). Photo: Nordic Focus

On his first appearance at the 2016 IBU World Championships, Ole Einar Bjørndalen secures a medal. On home turf in Holmenkollen (NOR). These championships have been his main focus for the entire season, not to mention his entire career, which to date counts 24 World Cup seasons. And in his first race, the 10km sprint, […]

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Vasaloppet Means Everything

John Kristian Dahl wins Vasaloppet with a 1-second margin in a 29-man bunch sprint. Photo: Ulf Palm/Vasaloppet

“This victory saves my entire season,” John Kristian Dahl said after winning Vasaloppet by 1 second to fellow Madshus racer Stian Hoelgaard in a bunch sprint. “I had fantastic skis. I skied on a brand new pair and that was really fun. Also, there are always some luck involved, I’ve trained well this last month […]

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Leaving Europe

Hans Christer Holund (NOR) was third in the 30km skiathlon in Lahti (FIN) on Sunday. Photo: Nordic Focus

Hans Christer Holund (NOR) was third in the men’s 30km skiathlon on Sunday, his second individual World Cup podium this season. “It is awesome to be on the podium again,” Holund said after his race on Sunday. Heidi Weng scored two WC podiums at her favorite venue, while Ingvild F. Østberg and Hans Christer Holund […]

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Dominating Four Sports

Heidi Weng (NOR) after her 2nd place in the 10kkm skate in Falun. Photo: Nordic Focus

Madshus skiers collect WC podiums on the Nordic Combined, biathlon, cross-country and long-distance circuits. Jarl Riiber (NOR) opened the World Cup racing this week with a third place in the Nordic Combined World Cup in Trondheim on Tuesday. Then the FIS Cross-country World Cup action started the weekend racing early with classic sprints in Stockholm […]

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Podiums in 3 Sports, 2 Continents

Ingvild Flugstad Østberg (NOR) was second in the 30km classic mass start in Holmenkollen (NOR) on Sunday. Photo: Nordic Focus

Østberg shines on the cross-country World Cup, Doll is on the biathlon WC podium and Madshus marathon racers make their mark in Austria. Madshus racers fielded half of the women’s final at the World Cup classic sprint in Drammen (NOR) on Wednesday. Ingvild Flugstad Østberg (NOR) hauled into second place, only narrowly beaten on the […]

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Podium in Marcialonga

Stian Hoelgaard was 3rd overall in Marcialonga. Photo: Team Leaseplan Go

With today’s third place, Stian Hoelgaard (NOR) climbs to fifth place in the overall 2016 Ski Classics, and tightens his grip on the Youth Competition. While the overall career goal for the 24-year-old Norwegian is to win the legendary 90-kilometer Vasaloppet, Hoelgaard is also quite fond of the 70-kilometer event in Northern Italy and considers […]

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Six WC Podiums

Norway won the 4x5km World Cup relay in Nove Mesto (CZE) on Sunday. From left: Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen, Therese Johaug, INgvild Flugstad Østberg (Madshus) and Heidi Weng (Madshus). Photo: Nordic Focus

Another productive weekend for the Madshus World Cup racers, netting six podiums in one days. Relays and Madshus racers seem to be a good combination. First, Ingvild Flugstad Østberg and Heidi Weng helped Norway to victory in the FIS Cross-Country World Cup in Nove Mesto (CZE), where Østberg skied the opening leg and Weng skied […]

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Waited a Year for First

Emil Hegle Svendsen (left) and Ole Einar Bjørndalen (far right) helped Norway to victory at the IBU relay in Ruhpolding (GER) on Friday, the 1st relay victory for the team in a year. Photo: Nordic Focus

Ole Einar Bjørndalen opened the relay for Norway, while Emil Hegle Svendsen anchored the team to victory at the IBU World Cup relay in Rupholding (GER). It’s been a full year since the Norwegian men last won a World Cup relay, and with less than two months to go until the World Championships on home […]

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