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Double victory to Madshus in the FIS Marathon Cup opener

It’s hard to imagine a better start to the FIS marathon cup season – the Madshus Marathon Team claimed the top of the podium in both the men’sand the women’s category in the Jizerska Padesatka Sunday. Home turf favorite and Madshus marathon team racer Stanislav Rezac (CZE) posted the fastest time in the 50K classic […]

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Emil Hegle Svendsen renews contract with Madshus

Just in time for the January 2012 World Cup season, world champion biathlete Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) renewed his a contract with Madshus AS through the 2014 Sochi Olympic season. The new contract will have Svendsen using Madshus skis and ski boots. Emil Hegle Svendsen is one of the most accomplished winter sports athletes in […]

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Madshus Marathon Team Dominates

For the past three seasons, Madshus has supported a marathon racing team as a part of our strategy to focus on marathon and distance racing in our core markets. “Last season, our marathon racers won Maricalonga, Vasaloppet and Birkebeinerrennet, just to mention a few. In several of the Marathon Cup races, Madshus skiers placed second […]

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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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Ski Poles: Much More Than a Shaft

A ski pole is just just a shaft, some cork and a basket. Or not. Top racing poles is based on years of research and development, testing, engineering and design. There has been an incredible development in the racing pole segment, but the best poles still deliver in on four basic categories: light weight for […]

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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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Biathlete shines in XC World Cup

Madshus biathlete Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) raced the arguably most impressive leg in the men’s 4x10K relay at the cross-country World Cup opener at Sjusjøen, Norway, Sunday. Svendsen made up almost two minutes on the leaders and worked his way up to the leaders, and mixed in with the photo finish sprint. Overall, he pulled […]

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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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New Race Formats in Nordic Combined

Starting this season, the FIS Nordic Combined schedule will include three new race formats, where the “penalty race” introduces a whole new race concept to the sport, borrowing penalty lap element from biathlon and doing away with judging. In the new penalty race, skiers do one jump, and there will be no style judging in […]

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