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Jarl Magnus Riiber

Jarl Magnus Riiber

Norwegian Nordic combined skier
Jarl Magnus Riiber
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro Norwegian Nordic combined skier
Is Skier Athlete Nordic combined skier Ski jumper
From Norway
Type Sports
Gender male
Birth 15 October 1997, Oslo, Norway
Age 23 years
Star sign Libra
Family
Father: John Riiber
Siblings: Harald Johnas Riiber
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The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Jarl Magnus Riiber (born 15 October 1997) is a Norwegian nordic combined skier who has been competing since 2014.

Career

Riiber attained his first World Cup podium during the 2014–15 season on 16 January 2015 in Seefeld in Austria. During the 2015–16 he won his first race on 6 February 2016 in Oslo, Norway.

Record

Olympic Games

Year Individual NH Individual LH Team LH
2018 4th 4th Silver

World Championship

Year Individual NH Individual LH Team NH Team sprint LH
2019 Gold 5th Gold Silver

World Cup results

Season standings

Season Age Events Points Overall
2014–15 17 4/17 73 35
2015–16 18 7/21 384 13
2016–17 19 4/23 90 39
2017–18 20 16/22 669 7
2018–19 21 19/21 1518 1st place, gold medalist(s)
2019–20 22 17/17 1586 1st place, gold medalist(s)

Podiums

Season Date Location Discipline Place
2014–15 16 January 2015 Seefeld HS109/5 km 3rd
2015–16 19 December 2015 Ramsau HS98/10 km 3rd
20 December 2015 HS98/10 km 2nd
6 February 2016 Oslo HS134/10 km 1st
9 February 2016 Trondheim HS140/10 km 3rd
2017–18 26 January 2018 Seefeld HS109/5 km 2nd
27 January 2018 HS109/10 km 3rd
28 January 2018 HS109/15 km 2nd
14 March 2018 Trondheim HS106/10 km 2nd
24 March 2018 Schonach HS106/10 km 2nd
25 March 2018 HS106/15 km 2nd
2018–19 24 November 2018 Ruka HS142/10 km 2nd
30 November 2018 Lillehammer HS98/5 km 1st
1 December 2018 10 km/HS98 1st
2 December 2018 HS140/10 km 1st
22 December 2018 Ramsau HS98/10 km 1st
5 January 2019 Otepää HS100/10 km 1st
6 January 2019 HS100/10 km 1st
26 January 2019 Trondheim HS138/10 km 1st
27 January 2019 HS138/10 km 1st
2 February 2019 Klingenthal HS140/10 km 1st
3 February 2019 HS140/10 km 1st
9 March 2019 Oslo HS134/10 km 1st
16 March 2019 Schonach HS106/10 km 3rd
17 March 2019 HS106/10 km 1st
2019–20 29 November 2019 Ruka HS142/5 km 1st
30 November 2019 Ruka HS142/10 km 1st
1 December 2019 Ruka HS142/10 km 1st
7 December 2019 Lillehammer HS140/10 km 1st
8 December 2019 Lillehammer HS140/10 km 1st
21 December 2019 Ramsau HS98/10 km 2nd
22 December 2019 Ramsau HS98/10 km 1st
10 January 2020 Val di Fiemme HS104/10 km 1st
11 January 2020 Val di Fiemme HS104/10 km 2nd
26 January 2020 Oberstdorf HS137/10 km 1st
31 January 2020 Seefeld HS109/5 km 1st
1 February 2020 Seefeld HS109/10 km 1st
2 February 2020 Seefeld HS109/15 km 1st
22 February 2020 Trondheim HS138/10 km 1st
23 February 2020 Trondheim HS138/10 km 1st
7 March 2020 Oslo HS134/10 km 1st
The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 21 Jun 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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https://www.fis-ski.com/DB/general/athlete-biography.html?sectorcode=NK&competitorid=157270
http://data.fis-ski.com/dynamic/athlete-biography.html?sector=AL&competitorid=157270&type=st-WC
https://d-nb.info/gnd/1206104082
https://viaf.org/viaf/7900158430398306260006
https://www.worldcat.org/identities/containsVIAFID/7900158430398306260006
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