Emil Hegle Svendsen is a retired Norwegian track and field athlete. He has won eight medals at the Winter Olympics and five individual gold medals and seven relay medals at world championships. He's skiing with Trondhjems Skiskyttere, based in Trondheim.
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Biathlete who won gold medals at the 2014 Olympic Games in the mass-start and mixed relay events. He also won a silver medal at the 2010 Olympic Games in the 10km sprint.
He was born in Trondheim and first competed in the Youth World Championships in 2002.
He won the Biathlon World Cup for the 2010-11 season.
His brother, Morgen, has been chief of the waxing team for Norway's biathlon team.
He and Michael Greis are both winners of the Biathlon World Cup.
- Olympic athlete from Norway
- Athletes compete at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games
- Holmenkollen medal winners
- Trondheim athletes
- Athletes participating in the 2010 Olympic Winter Games
- Beer athlete at the 2014 Winter Olympics
- Athletes win Olympic medals in coordination
- Winner of the Holmenkollen Ski Festival
- Olympic bronze medal for Norway
- Olympic gold medal for Norway
- Olympic silver medal for Norway
- Medal winner at the Biathlon World Championship
- Medal winners at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games TM_VZ! Medal winners at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games
Latest information about Emil Hegle Svendsen updated on June 14 2021.