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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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Inside Madshus Racing Service

The Madshus Racing Service crew supports all the Madshus contract racers. But at the end of the day, the efforts of the racing crew benefit citizen racers and recreational skiers as well as the elite. While the national teams take care of the race day waxing and tuning for all their racers, Stian Grønås 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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Secrets to great skis

Picking the perfect skis is more than just matching a skiers weight and height with a form. The brand of skis, the conditions they will be used in, and who will ski them important elements in picking the perfect skis. And some factors that matter more than others. For starters, only a few brands produce […]

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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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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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Walking with the Wounded – on Madshus Gear

This spring, polar guide Inge Solheim (NOR) led an expedition of wounded British soldiers to the North Pole, a feat in itself but also a new world record. The expedition was the first ever to reach the North Pole with two amputees on the team. The expedition brought a BBC film crew along, as well as the Expedition Patron HRH Prince Harry, who joined the expedition for four days of the trek.

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Four Gold Medals at the World Championships

Madshus racer Barbro Kvaale (NOR) wins the junior women´s 10.8-kilometer hill climb at the 2011 FIS Rollerski World Championships. Photo: Inge Scheve

Barbro Kvaale (NOR) collected no less than four gold medals – out of four possible – during the 2011 FIS Rollerski World Championships in Aure/Kristiansund (NOR) August 9-13. That was more than expected for the Madshus racer.

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