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Results

Major wins


Olympic Gold Medal

– Athens, Greece (2004)

World Champion XCO Gold Medals

– Rotorua, New Zealand (2006)

– Livigno, Italy (2005)

– Les Gets, France (2004)

– Kaprun, Austria (2003)

World Champion Marathon Gold Medals

– Val Gardena, Italy (2015)

– Kirchberg, Austria (2013)

– Villabassa, Italy (2008)

– Oisans, France (2006)

– Lillehammer, Norway (2005)

– Bad Goisern, Austria (2004)

European Championship XCO Gold Medals

– Moscow, Russia (2012)

-Dohnany, Slovakia (2011)

– Kluisbergen, Belgium (2005)

– Walbrzych Ksiaz, Poland (2004)

– Kaprun, Austria (2003)

– Zürich, Switzerland (2002)

European Championship Marathon Gold Medals

– Tartu, Estonia (2009)

– Alpago, Italy (2006)

World Championship XCO Silver Medals

– Leogang, Austria (2012)

– Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada (1998)

World Championship Marathon Silver Medal

– Ornans, France (2012)

European Championship XCO Silver Medals

– Alpago, Italy (2006)
- Étalle, Belgium (1998)

European Championship XC Marathon Silver Medals

– Montebelluna, Italy (2010)

– Kaprun, Austria (2003)

– Kaprun, Austria (2002)

European Championship XCO Bronze Medal

– St. Wendel, Germany (2008)

World Cup Results

– Overall World Cup Winner: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006.

– Overall second place: 1996, 1999, 2012

29 WC WINS:

– 1 place Lenzerheide, Switzerland, 2015

– 1st place Val-d’Isère, France, 2012

– 1st place La Bresse, France, 2012

– 1st place Madrid, Spain, 2008

– 1st place Curacao, Venezuela, 2006

– 1st place Spa, Belgium, 2006

– 1st place Fort William, Scotland, 2006

– 1st place Madrid, Spain, 2006

– 1st place Willingen, Germany, 2005

– 1st place Madrid, Spain, 2005

– 1st place Santa Catarina, Brazil, 2005

– 1st place New Mexico, USA, 2005

– 1st place Houffalize, Belgium, 2005

– 1st place Livigno, Italy, 2004

– 1st place Calgary, Canada, 2004

– 1st place Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada, 2004

– 1st place Fort William, Scotland, 2004

– 1st place Houffalize, Belgium, 2004

– 1st place Madrid, Spain, 2004

– 1st place Grouse Mountain, Canada, 2003

– 1st place Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada, 2003

– 1st place Fort William, Scotland, 2003

– 1st place St. Wendel, Germany, 2003

– 1st place Kaprun, Austria, 2003

– 1st place Canmore, Canada, 1999

– 1st place Bromont, Canada, 1998

– 1st place St. Wendel, Germany, 1998

– 1st place Kristiansand, Norway, 1996

– 1st place Hawaii, USA, 1996

Awards


– 2007: Norwegian Sports Gala ceremony: award for Female Athlete of the Year (“Årets kvinnelige idrettsutøver”),

– 2005: Nominated for Laureus World Sports Awards, “Alternative Sportsperson of the Year” category,

– 2005: “Aftenpostens gullmedalje”, one of the most coveted awards within Norwegian sports since 1933,

– 2005: Norwegian Sports Gala ceremony: the Title for Endurance (“Utholdenhetsprisen”), Name of the Year (“Årets navn”), and The Athletes’ Own Award (“Utøvernes egen pris”),

– 2004: Norwegian Sports Gala ceremony: the Title for Endurance (“Utholdenhetsprisen”), Name of the Year (“Årets navn”), and The Athletes’ Own Award (“Utøvernes egen pris”),

– 2003: Tabuprisen (The Taboo Award), a Norwegian award for high profile individuals, awarded for openness concerning psychological issues