See that lead Julia Kern developed in the race over the Olympic and world champion, undomitable Stina Nilsson?! By what margin should Team USA start winning for bosses of sports broadcasting start considering turning stars of Nordic into household names by means of following their every step , cameras galore? Long due, we say. BTW , Julia did not quite win that race. But was close - and that's good enough. Pictures never lie - the rest is the right commentary.
Iivo Niskanen was on track for the podium in Helsinki City Run on Sunday until a race marshal got involved. Olympic champion of 2018 was in the second place when a race official on a bike somehow got things mixed up and led the skier to make a wrong turn. " In the future you might want to use people who actually know the route " a disappointed champ told race organizers, according to Ilta-Sanomat
Norske Bunader. Elaborate and very expensive dresses that are such a big deal in Norway - but not in neighbouring Sweden or Denmark. The day to get dressed - and to have a good photo taken with your significant other [caption id="attachment_11448" align="alignnone" width="1510"] Johannes Klaebo with Pernille Døsvik[/caption] [caption id="attachment_11449" align="alignnone" width="1426"] Emil Iversen (sans Bunader for some reason) and Marte EmilsenNiklas Dyrhaug and Frida Martinsen[/caption]
OK, perhaps not ONLY black but on the whole Henry Ford's famous adage is applicable: that true work of art and engineering, top ski boots could only be ordered in 1 (one) color palette. Only Fischer goes further and offers a grand total of 2 . Why in this day and age, when top sport shoes companies go out of their way offering ever more design variations, top ski boots with a sticker rapidly approaching all-important 1000 euros mark, continue to be offered without a choice to make ? Something to ponder... Oh, and when it comes to ski making - customization is totally possible this days, most manufacturers offer that - even if it's not very typical to order an individual pair ( but do inquire) https://www.instagram.com/p/BxnC0e2oEIx/
In its 10th season Visma Ski Classics series will make a very welcome expansion to its schedule For years now the season of the world's most prestigious series after the FIS World Cup would start in Livigno ( ( at least for amateur skiers) , at much beloved La Sgambeda at the first weekend of December. But then there was gaping hole in schedule, lasting from a few weeks ( when China Vasaloppet was part of the Visma Ski Classics) to a more than a month as the last season. That, of course, wouldn't do. As the series' maverick boss David Nilsson admits "...For several years we have been looking for an event suitable to expand our December event calendar..." And now it's finally there. Meet & greet La Venosta,…