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Sture SIVERTSEN

Norway
TeamNorway
Cross-Country SkiingCross-Country Skiing
Olympic Medals
1G
1S
1B
Games Participations2
First Olympic GamesLillehammer 1994
Year of Birth1966

Biography

Sture Sivertsen was an expert in classical style skiing and was a mainstay of the Norwegian ski team in the 1990s. His début on the World Cup circuit came in 1990, placing eighth in Örnsköldsvik. His first podium finish was in 1991, a third-place in the 50 km classical race at Holmenkollen. He became a double World Champion in Falun in 1993, when he won both the 10 km classical race and was part of the winning Norwegian relay team. Stivertsen competed in a total of four World Championships and in addition to his two gold medals in 1993, won another two relay golds in 1995 at Thunder Bay and in 1997 at Trondheim.

Sture SIVERTSEN
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