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Kikkan Randall on her road to Vasaloppet

Nordic

26.02.20

Kikkan Randall on her road to Vasaloppet

Who in the sport doesn't know her: Kikkan Randall, the three-time winner of the sprint world cup. The American, who was diagnosed with breast cancer only a few weeks after her Olympic victory in the Pyeongchang team sprint, fought against it and is now fully committed to the fight against cancer. Her next project: the Vasaloppet over 90 kilometers next Sunday. In the interview we learn more about her motivation and expectations.

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Resounding World Championships success for Fischer

Nordic

23.02.20

Resounding World Championships success for Fischer

In a brilliant final round, Norway’s Johannes Thingnes Bø* thundered to the finish line and was overjoyed to secure the gold in the Mass Start ahead of France’s Quentin Fillon Maillet* to end the Biathlon World Championships on an extremely high note. With these race results, the Fischer Race team’s two top medal winners solidly reinforced Fischer’s dominant leadership position in Nordic Skiing as the most successful ski, boot, and bindings brand once again at this year’s world championships.

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Johaug wins her ninth stage race with the Ski Tour

Nordic

23.02.20

Johaug wins her ninth stage race with the Ski Tour

Therese Johaug (NOR, Fischer ***) is the sovereign winner of the Ski Tour. She won the classic style handicap race over 15 kilometers ahead of Heidi Weng (NOR, Fischer ***) and Ingvild Flugstad Østberg (NOR, Fischer ***). Hans Christer Holund (NOR, Fischer ***) finished third in the men's Ski Tour.

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Riiber triumphs followed by three teammates

Nordic

23.02.20

Riiber triumphs followed by three teammates

For the second time in a row, Jarl Magnus Riiber is in a class of his own for the entire season and prematurely won the overall World Cup with his next victory. Jens Lurås Oftebro (NOR, Fischer ***) finished second in Trondheim (NOR) ahead of Espen Bjørnstad (NOR, Fischer ***) and Jørgen Graabak (NOR, Fischer ***).

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