Stina is a five-time Olympic medalist and the 2018 Olympic champion in the individual sprint in addition to a long and impressive list of achievements. See the long list below.
As we all know, in March 2020 Stina announced that she would switch to competing in Biathlon – A new real challenge for her!
Photo Per Danielsson / Projekt.P
2011–12: Gold medal in the sprint event at the 2012 Junior World Championship, Erzurum, Turkey
2012–13: Gold medal in the sprint event at the 2013 Junior World Championship, Liberec, Czech Republic
2013–14: First Olympic medal and World Cup podium
Stina (with Ida Ingarsdotter), won bronze medals together in the team sprint at the Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
She made her first individual World Cup podium on 5 March, having finished third in the classical sprint in Drammen, Norway.
2014–15: Falun World Championships
Three silver medals at the 2015 World Championships in Falun, Sweden.
Stina also won the Under-23 World Cup title for the 2014–2015 season and finished fourth in the Sprint World Cup.
Stina defended the U23 World Cup title in the 2015–2016 season.
Finished third in the Sprint World Cup, having won three individual sprint events over the season.
Silver medal in the 4 × 5 km relay (with Anna Haag, Charlotte Kalla and Ebba Andersson) at the World Championships in Lahti, Finland.
Nine Gold inindividual World Cup races over the season.
Finishing fourth in the Overall World Cup
Finishing second in the Sprint World Cup
Finishing overall-third in the Tour de Ski
2017–18: Four Olympic medals
Four medals at the 2018 Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, China
Finished second in the 2017–2018 Sprint World Cup
Gold in three individual sprint events over the season
In addition, Stina was also awarded the Crown Princess Victoria Scholarship in 2018.
All results are sources from the International Ski Federation (FIS).
Victor’s sports career has been very successful – a world-class roller skier & cross country skier!
On August 30, 2020, he completed his last elite level roller skis competition. Victor has during the last full season 2019 taken 3 World Cup medals, and as the finishing touch, winning the mass start gold.
At the Swedish Championships in Malmö 2019, Victor took 1 gold and 1 silver medal.
In the total World Cup season 2019 Victor came in 3rd and was awarded the bronze medal.
The plan was to go for the victory of the World Cup 2020, but this plan was not realized as most of the international competitions were cancelled due to the corona pandemic.
As a diligent user of our products, Victor finds it important to have the right intake of nutrients every day.
The IFK Umeå skier who has been the world best roller skier ended his career as a 31-year-old. Robin’s achievement of winning the overall World Cup four years in a row is phenomenal. Gold 2015, Gold 2016, Gold 2017 and Gold 2018.
IFK Mora SK, Cross Country Skiing
IFK Mora SK
Ole Einar Bjørndalen is a true biathlon legend!
He is often referred to as the “King of Biathlon”.
Ole Einars list of achievement is long and goes on, and on, and on…
He is the most successful biathlete of all time!
How about 13 Winter Olympic Games medals, of which 8 are Gold.
20 Gold Medals in World Championships.
94 Gold Medals World Cup competitions.
6 time winner of the Over All World Cup title.
In the season 1997/1988 Ole Einar managed to win everything a biathlete can win in one season.
Elite100 proudly sponsored Ole Einar during several yers of his active years, both as an individual athlete as well as a member of the Norwegian Biathlon team!
We were introduced to Ole Einar through the legendary Norwegian nutrition expert Bjørn Kjeldsen who also recommended Elite to a number of other athletes. Bjørn spent a lot of his time educating people about the Elite100 products and the importance of proper nutrition in conjunction with sport activities at any level.
Published in Spring of 1998
Since 1996, the Norwegian Biathlon Association has been using the Elite Sports Nutrition System. These products are Elite Performance Drink, Elite Protein Drin, and Elite Omega 3 fatty acids.
Susanne had a 27 year long career from start to finish. An outstanding cyclist with many impressive achievements.
A four time Olympian and World Cup race winner.
We proudly sponsored Susanne during several years in the 1990’s.
We have long realized the importance of having easily available and convenient complete nutrition. This is a prerequisite for top athletes who often have difficulty eating large amounts of food in connection with training and matches.
In consultation with our club medical physician, MD Leif Swärd, our entire A-team began using Elite products in the summer of 1995. The additions are an ideal complement and we have noticed positive progress among the players. They stayed healthier, were free from infections and felt alert.
This is important for the players’ performance during training, which should help lay the groundwork for getting in top shape for the season premier 1996.
Comments from the players include the following:
“Greater endurance and strength”, “Fast recovery”, “Less pain and stiffness from training!”
“Better ability to concentrate”, “Good snack”, “Faster legs”, “We look forward to a top year in the Swedish series and in the European cups.”
In our opinion, this is a top rating and we are very pleased with our decision to start using Elite100 as a supplement. We are now looking forward to an exciting soccer season with an “elite team” in the absolute highest gear and desire to reach the top.
With Kind regards,
Thomas Wernersson, Club Director, IFK Göteborg
Leif Mattsson, Managing Director, IFK Promotion AB
Morgan Lundin recently broke two new world record in compound in France. He stated that after the morning breakfast, his only food and beverage intake was the Elite Performance Drink and the nutritional bars throughout the whole the long day.
The content of these products helped Morgan to keep his concentration on top. He shot 180 points, out of 180 possible – World Record.
Then 356 points, out of 360 possible – one point more than the previous World Record.
Cooperation in the 1990’s
International recognized nutritional diet expert and sports supervisor. In Norway he was known as the creator of the modern diet for athletes.
Kjeldsen was a diploma coach in cross-country skiing, C-coach in cycling, boxing, basketball and biathlon. He lived and trained with national teams at home and abroad in all mentioned disciplines, as well as judo and track and field.
Kjeldsen has written numerous articles on the topic “Physical and mental performance”, as well as the book “Winning lifestyle”. “Diet in focus” was written in collaboration with Sigurd Strømme at the Norwegian Sports Academy.
Bjørn was unique in many ways, very knowledgeable and experienced, including the fact that he was the first in Norway to prepare an exact menu proposal for use by top athletes as well as non-athletes.
Many thousands of people remember the entertaining and interesting lectures about Elite100 that Bjørn Kjeldsen conducted all over Scandinavia in the 1990´s and early 2000´s.
Elite100 had an exceptionally good and interesting collaboration with Bjørn for many year until he retired.
Bjørn was many, many years ahead of his time – and his mindset went hand in hand with our concept ”Stronger Body – Stronger Mind”
IFK Mora SK – Cross country skiing
Helene can proudly look back on a long successful career as an active athlete.