Toppidrettsveka – Another Lesson To World As To How To Stage Event – And Move Skiing Forward

Toppidrettsveka – Another Lesson To World As To How To Stage Event – And Move Skiing Forward

Leaders, Newsfeed, Travel & Mass Sport
Normally, in discussion conclusions follow arguments. Well, we want to up-end that and to start with conclusion: world's cross country skiing really has two options: Learn how Norwegians do things and effort to replicate them at home. Or just move all the top-level competitions to Norway, period. Yes, the way the Ironman World Championship is held in Hawaii - and nobody seems to have a problem with that because "Hawaii does it best" The Norwegians have honed the art of staging cross country skiing races to such extent that , putting it bluntly, races elsewhere are starting to look pale in comparison. Especially in the summer. Conversely, premier summer races in Norway are even better than their winter ones ( hint - it's warmer and doesn't get dark before lunchtime!)…
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Toppidrettsveka Sets New Record In TV Viewership, We Effort To Figure Out Why

Toppidrettsveka Sets New Record In TV Viewership, We Effort To Figure Out Why

Money & Finance, Newsfeed
Toppidrettsveka rollerski festival in Aure/Trondheim last week was a success. Like all the previous Toppidrettsvekas that were held since 2006. Like pretty much anything that has to do with the great sport of cross country skiing in Norway. In a sign that things are going better and better, a combined domestic television audience has reached 1.5 million viewers - or 500,000 more compared with last year. That's in a country with a total population of 5.2 million. Nations fathers and concerned politicians the world over – take a notice! There must be a tight link between popularity of skiing and the fact that the Scandinavian country currently tops the rankings as the world's happiest nation. One thing, however makes this conversation slightly less straighforward and calls for a bit of…
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