Leaders of Sport & Industry

Egor Sorin Comments On Lysebotn Doublepoling

At 33 Egor Sorin is one of the youngest national team coaches. And an old hand at Blink Festival that he started to attend as assistant coach to Markus Cramer We had a quick chat about new Lysebotn Doublepoling race that debuts this year ...
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This New Race Is Totally Bonkers – And We Mean It In Best Possible Way!

Arne Idland is a man who is never satisfied with his achievements. Turning Norwegian biathlon into gold medals-casting machine? Check. Creating world's biggest rollerski festival, rivaling best World Cup events in both skiing and biathlon. Check! This year Arne and his team came up with a race that's so bonkers ...
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Rollerskiing Is About Being Fit, Great Looking And Overall Cool . Why Industry Fails To Advertize That?!

Let us state the obvious for an umpteen time: it's 2019 on the calendar. The year when success or failure of promoting yourself on social media decides fate of any business. Certainly decides all-important volume of sales. If you're not cool - it doesn't matter how technically great your device ...
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Swedish Team = Dream Team? A-Landslag Damen 2019/20 In Pictures

A-Landslag Damen better known in English as Swedish National Team, Ladies for 2019/20 has just been announced - and it looks like a Dream Team Here's what their current FIS Points standings are - as far as we're concerned, those are the most objective overall rankings in the world of ...
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Part III. Changes Skiing Would Likely Have To Undergo

This is the last of three stories where we effort to analyze the impact of a commercial televisual company outbidding Nordic public broadcasters for TV rights for skiing. Part 1 Part 2 ...Let's go back to Khabib vs McGregor fight last year. In some ways it was a ...
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Three Public Broadcasters Lose TV Rights For International Competitions. Why Skiing Shall Never Be Same

Earlier this month we all learned the news many feared: national public broadcasters in Sweden, Norway and Finland are to lose something that was always theirs and was more or less considered their birth right: The broadcasting rights for international cross country skiing Yep, no more skiing on NRK, SVT ...
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Austrian Sprinter Becomes First XC Skier To Win Prestigious Matteo Baumgarten Award

Lisa Unterweger, Austrian sprint champion, has become the first cross country skier ever to win the prestigious Matteo Baumgarten Award that "recognises athletes who strive to balance the demands of full-time study with their training and competition schedules" View this post on Instagram #matteobaumgartenaward 2019 - a big ...
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Northug: Do Not Be Afraid Of Going Your Own Way In Order To Achieve Your Goal!

Here at the Dailyskier we make no secret that we absolutely love anything & everything new in the world of cross country skiing. That is anything, that helps to spread the sport's appeal to larger masses of public and, well, of sponsors. That prompts us to put out a second ...
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Russian A-Team for 2019/20 Has 40 Athletes, More Than Any Competitor

The Russian Ski Federation has made public the national team's training groups for the season of 2019/2020. No fundamental changes - boss of the Russian skiing Elena Vyalbe & her coaches believe in internal competition within the Team Russia so for the upcoming season it will continue to be based ...
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Bolshunov In Rare Tell-All Interview About Klaebo, King And Training In Crimea

On the day of his last official race of the season and right before departing on the tour of Norway that will include him running in Kobberløpet and in Janteloppet , Alexander Bolshunov gave a television interview A 22 year old Russian sensation could be many things but he ...
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