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World Championship

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My first ever world championship is a wrap. And it was on home soil! Really cool experience, even though I wished for a (much) better result. Couldn’t really get the┬áriding to my┬átop level, but I’m okay with a 19th place. Below you find some photos shot by the talented Martin I. Dalen. Gate three in

Hectic preparations

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Tomorrow I’m riding my first ever UCI Trials World Championship, and it’s in Norway! The last few days have been dead busy, so I haven’t been able to show you anything from my even busier weekend. I did shows in four different locations in three days. In total I had five shows, and almost no

Sandvik’s super gym

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So nice to catch up with Eirik Sandvik himself, and hit his super gym again. I think you have to look quite far to find something similar in Norway, when it comes to equipment and knowledge.

Superspeed Sunday

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When me and Joacim arrived Oslo airport last night, none of our five bags were there. Kind of a bad situation, as I was going to do two shows this morning. We managed to handle the situation, and we could pick up the bags next morning when the first flight arrived, at 09:25. At 11:15

Worldcup: Finally top 20

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I’m so proud that I managed to reach one of my main goals for 2014 today: being top 20 in a world cup. I rode very close to my best, and managed to get a 19th place in the semi finals. First lap started off great, with only two penalty points in the first section.

Worldcup: Ready for semi finals!

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Finally did I manage to put together some good riding, and qualify for the semi finals. With a strong field of riders, I’m pretty psyched to do so. The first lap started ok, with two points in the first section. Then I cleaned the follwing two sections. Fourth section (“The Norwegian section”) had some pretty