With COVID-19 causing constant change in the sports world, our sports editor breaks down the plans for how Norwegian sports may return.
Nordic Combined skier Jarl Magnus Riiber and biathlete Johannes Thingnes Bø both dominated at this year’s World Cup in in Klingenthal, Germany in March.
The Norwegian cross country skiing team dominated at this year’s FIS Nordic World Ski Championships held in Oberstdorf, Germany from February 24–March 7.
This year’s FIS Nordic World Ski Championships were an exciting affair, particularly due to its inaugural women’s Nordic Combined competition.
The ski jumping world championships were filled with ups and downs for the Norwegian men’s and women’s teams, but Norway did emerge with a few medals.
The men’s and women’s Norwegian biathletes have been dominating this season’s World Cup, ranking number one in the world by a longshot.
Alpine skier Sebastian Foss-Solevåg had the best day of his career at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championship in Italy in late February.
Norwegian snowboarder Marcus Kleveland won the X Games Big Air competition in Aspen, Colorado last month, with fellow Norwegian Mons Røisland taking third.
The Norwegian men’s handball team was knocked out of the world championship quarterfinals after losing to the Spanish team at the competition in January.
Norwegian soccer celebrities launched a new subscription soccer TV channel, fotball.tv, offering Norwegian, English, and international soccer content.