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Espen Bredesen

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Country  Norway
Indiv. podiums  21
Overall titles  1
Individual wins  8
Height  1.76 m

Seasons  1989–1999
Role  Ski jumper
Full name  Espen Bredesen
Name  Espen Bredesen
Total podiums  21
Espen Bredesen Classify the Norwegian former ski jumper Espen Bredesen
Born  2 February 1968 (age 47) Oslo, Norway (1968-02-02)
Personal best  210 m (689 ft) Planica, 22 Mar 1997
Olympic medals  Ski Jumping at the 1994 Winter Olympics - Large Hill, Ski Jumping at the 1994 Winter Olympics - Normal Hill
Similar People  Lasse Ottesen, Jens Weisflog, Andreas Goldberger, Dieter Thoma

Espen bredesen 104 5m lahti 1993

Espen Bredesen (born 2 February 1968) is a Norwegian former ski jumper.


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Espen bredesen 210m planica 1997 world record


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At World Cup level he won gold and silver medals at the 1994 Winter Olympics at Lillehammer.

At the 1992 Winter Olympics, he performed badly, coming last in the normal hill and 57th out of 59 on the large hill. He had converted from the parallel to the ski jumping techniques#V-style just a month previously. His poor performance gave him the nickname "Espen the Eagle", based on British ski jumper Eddie 'the Eagle' Edwards.

At the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1993 in Falun, he won gold medals both in the team large hill and the individual large hill events. In the 1993/94 season, he won the Four Hills Tournament. He won gold and silver medals at the 1994 Winter Olympics at Lillehammer, and won a silver medal at the FIS Ski-Flying World Championships 1994 in Planica. Bredesen twice beat the world ski flying record with jumps of 209 meters (1994) and 210 meters (1997).

Bredesen also won the ski jumping competition at the Holmenkollen ski festival in 1993. He was awarded the Holmenkollen medal in 1994 (shared with Ljubov Egorova and Vladimir Smirnov).

WR statement

Bredesen's statement after his first world record in Planica 1994 when he jumped 209m:


Espen Bredesen Wikipedia

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