Øystein Grødum

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Øystein Grødum
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National single distances Championship, Hamar November 2nd 2008
Personal information
Born (1977-02-15) 15 February 1977 (age 38)
Sport
Country  Norway
Sport Speed skating

Øystein Grødum (born 15 February 1977) is a Norwegian speedskater, who is a member of Arendal SK. Grødum competed in the 2006 Winter Olympics for Norway, with fourth place on 10,000 metres as his best place, and won the World Cup on long distances in 2004–05.[1] However, he is yet to win an overall championship medal, though he won two distance golds in the 2005 World Allround Championship and a distance gold at the European Championship the same year.

Personal bests[edit]

As of December 2006, these are

500 m 39.10
1000 m 1:14.42
1500 m 1:48.52
3000 m 3:41.02
5000 m 6:15.50
10,000 m 12:56.38

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Further references and notes[edit]

  1. ^ (Norwegian) Grødum: - Formen har vært enorm, from VG, retrieved 26 June 2006