Monthly Archives: November 2013

First test race of the season

The last week the national team has been gathered at Sjusjøen for training camp. Even with limited snow, Erlend Slokvik made us a great track network. It feels great to finally be back on skis with the mapholder. Today we … Continue reading

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Ski Orienteering a big step closer to the Olympics!

This summer I went to Kazan in Russia with IOF President Brian Porteous to present Ski Orienteering for the FISU Executive Committee (The International University Sports Federation). We succeeded and Ski Orienteering was taken up as student sport. Today it … Continue reading

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Autumn Classic XC race

I’ve been motivated these last months to really give MTB XC racing a try. I’ve done a handful of races over the years. 3 Gorrick rounds in 2009/2010, 2 BUCS events in 2008/2009. Dad always used to badger me a … Continue reading

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Fatbiking in the night!

Here is a movie of Emilys desperate fatbike ride yesterday. She hadn’t realised how early it’s getting dark in Norway now, but that didn’t stop her.

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Fat Biking and last of Val Senales!

23 days away from my bikes is a long time. 23 days felt like forever. I may have been in the middle of the alps, XC skiing every day and ‘running’ up the mountains at 3200m, but I still couldn’t … Continue reading

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MTBO Competition rule updates!

Finally the MTBO competition rules have been updated and published for 2014. Found here. Most of the changes are just clarifications or slight alterations to the 2013 rules, but there are several changes I really welcome. The first is the … Continue reading

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