New Day – New Strava Record. And By Whom!

New Day – New Strava Record. And By Whom!

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With season's abrupt early end Norwegian skiers have a lot of capacity left, clearly. Some of them are now engaged in what looks like Citius, Altius, Fortius competition. Or, at least, Amplius or " longer". Enter Joar Thele. https://www.instagram.com/p/B6YqI31p2Fe/?igshid=1xi55guqnfs3o Thele, 26, runs for Team Ragde Eiendom and twice finished 11th in Vasaloppet - in 2019 and 2020. The 204k sessoon his Lyn clubmate and world champion in 50k Hans Christer Holund clocked last weekend, clearly felt somewhat underwhelming for a long distance pro. So he did 321. That's three hundred twenty one - read it slowly. In 18 hours, with elevation gain of some 3000m at the pace most of us would consider to be competition-worth đŸ˜± You think that's impressive? Wait till you learn who was Thele's company on…
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Same Rollerskis For Everyone In Competitions Or Different? Now We Ask World’s Best Ski Marathoners

Same Rollerskis For Everyone In Competitions Or Different? Now We Ask World’s Best Ski Marathoners

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This is Part 2 of our questionnaire: See here what rollerski marathon organizers had to say Today is a turn of some of the world's best marathoners - both on skis and rollerskis - to weigh in on the issue. Some rollerski races follow the rules of winter skis i.e. each racer performs on individually chosen and prepared skis. Others ( e.g. Blink, Allianslopper, recent Fiemme Rollerski Cup) go the opposite way: every member of the elite performs on identical rollerskis provided by a sponsor thus evening out the field somewhat What is a right way in your opinion? Which of the two options above you prefer when competing? =============================================================== Anders Aukland, Olympic & world champion, Vasaloppet winner: - If we want high-profile World Cup long distance skiers to participate , then…
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