Happy birthday, Pål Golberg (16.7.1990)
So, it’s summer and still about 144 days until we get another world cup. Except a couple of instagram pictures, we’re really not getting that much skiing these months and this blog hasn’t really been too active. With that said, we thought maybe you’d like to help us out?
We’re looking for videos to gif, photosets to create and birthday posts to make, and we’d love for you to send in requests!
Send us links to your favourite youtube or instagram videos (and, if there’s any special part you want, the time where it is, or describe it) and we’ll make gifs happen. Or let us know which skiers you want to see more of and we’ll try our best to find stuff!
You can also send in requests for photosets (like the Sjur Røthe + White one, although design might change).
In addition to this, we’re planning on creating more birthday posts, like the most recent posted. Send us an ask with your favourite’s birthday (and maybe links to your favourite photos/videos of them?) to make sure we won’t miss it!
You can send it to us either through the askbox, the submit or through fanmail (the two latter are easier for links, but of course the ask works too). If you don’t want your username to show just let us know and we’ll fix it.
Give us your ideas and we’ll fill this summer with at least a bit more skiing :)
Happy (late) birthday, Sjur Røthe (2.7.1988)
So sorry, we have literally no idea of when we got this! But thank you so much! We really appreciate it <3
Who’s your favourite? :)
Petter Northug’s car involved in a crash.
According to the police, there were two persons, born in 1986 and 1991, in the car at the time the accident happened. Both of them are suspected for drunk driving.
Neither the police nor Northug’s manager has confirmed if Northug himself was involved in the crash.
Update: Northug has admitted to being the driver of the car and driving whilst drunk, and explains that he’s ready to face the consequences of his actions.
Swedish television at its finest
Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR) takes the victory with half a foot in Wednesday’s classic sprint in Drammen, Norway.
2. Pål Golberg, NOR
3. Maicol Rastelli, ITA
4. Anton Gafarov, RUS
5. Emil Jönsson, SWE
6. Matias Strandvall, FIN