Ole Einar Bjorndalen
The Greatest Biathlete of All Times
Ole Einar Bjørndalen is a Norwegian biathlete whose 13 Olympic Games medals are the most for any male Winter Olympian. He has spent a quarter of a century at the very top of his sport. He finally hung up his skis and rifle at the age of 44, in 2018, leaving a huge legacy for biathlon and for sport in general.
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He was a member of Norway's Olympic team for the 1994 Winter Games in Lillehammer, Norway. Bjørndalen's best individual finish was 28th in the 10-km "sprint." With his skiing solid and swift, Bjørndalen worked to become a stronger shooter. He moved to fourth in the overall World Cup standings for 1995, dipped to ninth in 1996, but rose to second place in 1997. At the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan, Bjørndalen won the gold medal in the sprint and shared the silver medal with his brother and two other teammates in the 4 × 7.5-km relay. He wrapped up the season by capturing the World Cup overall title. He finished second overall in the World Cup three more times between 1998 and 2001 and third in the 2001-02 season.
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Ole Einar Bjørndalen offers audiences great insights in to what it really takes to become a champion and how we can apply the lessons he learned on the track to our own personal and business lives.
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