Coach resigns from men's national cross-country team
The head coach of the men’s national cross-country team, Morten Aa Djupvik , has announced he is resigning from the job. He wants to spend more time with his family, Djupvik says.
Djupvik, 36, became a father last January, and says he and his family gave much thought to the matter before making his decision.
Djupvik has been the national cross-country chief for the past five years, ever since controversial skiing star Petter Northug joined the senior team.
Source: The Norway Post