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Announcing the 2014 Swix Ski Classics Schedule

  Just like last season, the 2014 Swix Ski Classics series consists of six of the most prestigious classic ski races in five European countries. The fourth season of the long distance ski championship Swix Ski Classics opens on January 12, 2014, with Jizerská Padesatká in Czech Republic. The race series continues with the Marcialonga […]

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Bjoerdalen Takes Action for Fair Play

  While the undisputed King of Biathlon, Ole Einar Bjoerndalen (NOR) has indicated that he considers retiring from professional biathlon after the 2014 Sotchi Olympics, the Madshus racer wants to stay involved. Bjoerndalen is aiming for a spot in the IOC Athlete Committee, and if elected, he knows exactly what he wants to work for: […]

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Train with Laila Kveli and Jerry Ahrlin!

  Madshus Marathon Team racers Laila Kveli (NOR) and Jerry Ahrlin (SWE) invites are hosting an open workout this fall. The merited marathon couple will do a roller ski workout in Stockholm on September 5, 2013. Laila Kveli won the Vasaloppet this winter, while Jerry Ahrlin won the FIS /Swix Ski Classic marathon Koenig Ludwig […]

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Got a few days off? Learn from the kids!

It’s a long time between the last races in the spring until ski season starts in the fall. And the saying goes that skiers are made in the summer. Make the most of summer! Summer vacation is camp time for kids. Last week, the Trysil community in Norway pulled off a biathlon and cross-country ski […]

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Madshus Names Development Team 2013-14

Madshus is proud to name the 2013-14 Team Madshus Norway, a unique development team consisting of 40 talented young cross-country skiers and biathletes aiming for the top of the World Cup podium.   Madshus service reps and the marketing department have handpicked the athletes they invited to Team Madshus Norway.   “The criteria for making […]

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Fast or slow roller ski wheels?

There are benefits and drawbacks to both fast and slow roller ski wheels. But it mostly comes down to how and where you will use your roller skis.   Larger, wider wheels are more stable, and a good choice for young and novice roller skiers. Elite skiers often pick narrower wheels with a slightly smaller […]

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Next season has already started

  For the Madshus service crew, the 2014 season started before the snow melted from the factory roof. By the end of June, all World Cup skis need to be selected, the summer snow camps start next week, and Madshus service rep Stian Groenaas is knee-deep in skis, grinds and testing. But the jovial Norwegian […]

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Buying new roller skis?

Roller skiing is some of the most ski-specific dryland training, but to get the most ROI for your time invested and training effort, it’s important to find the right roller skis. Here’s what to look for when buying some of the most important dryland training equipment. Just as with regular skis, its important to define […]

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All Teams Ready for South Pole Challenge 2013

The Walking With The Wounded South Pole Challenge 2013 expedition announced all the teams for the 2013 race across Antarctica. The three teams consist of wounded soldiers from Australia, United Kingdom, Canada and The United States, and the expedition represents the first time that amputees will attempt a trek across the highest, coldest and driest […]

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Prince Harry Announces South Pole Allied Challenge Team

  On Friday, April 19, Walking With The Wounded Expedition Patron Prince Harry will announce the members of the South Pole Allied Challenge Expedition. The live international broadcast, which will take place at 1500 British Summer Time/1400 Central European Time, will be aired on the Walking With The Wounded YouTube Channel. In the broadcast, Prince […]

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