Øystein Kvaal Østerbø

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Øystein Kvaal Østerbø
World Orienteering Championships 2010 - sprint 12.jpg
Medal record
Competitor for  Norway
Men's Orienteering
World Cup
Bronze 2004 WC Overall
World Games
Bronze 2009 Kaohsiung Mixed Relay
European Championships
Bronze 2006 Otepää Relay
Men's ski-orienteering
World Championships
Silver 2004 Östersund Relay

Øystein Kvaal Østerbø (born July 7, 1981) is a Norwegian orienteering and ski-orienteering competitor. He finished overall third in the Orienteering World Cup in 2004, and has a silver medal in relay from the 2004 World Ski Orienteering Championships.

World cup, orienteering[edit]

Østerbø finished third overall at the 2004 Orienteering World Cup, with a total score of 207 points (same score as Russian Andrey Khramov who finished second).[1] He was ranked 7th in the World Cup 2005.[2]

European championships[edit]

He received a bronze medal in relay at the European Orienteering Championships in 2006 in Otepää.

In 2008 in Ventspils he made a small mistake that cost him the medal in the sprint distance, where he finished 8th but missed the bronze medal by only eleven seconds.[3][4]

National championships[edit]

He has been Norwegian champion in night orienteering since 2006.

Ski orienteering[edit]

Østerbø participated on the Norwegian team that received a silver medal at the World Ski Orienteering Championships in 2004, together with Anders Hauge, Eivind Tonna and Tommy Olsen. At this championship he finished 8th in the sprint distance and 6th in the middle distance.[5]


  1. ^ World Cup 2004International Orienteering Federation (Retrieved on June 19, 2008)
  2. ^ World Cup 2005International Orienteering Federation (Retrieved on June 19, 2008)
  3. ^ (Norwegian) Mistet medaljen på «knot»adressa.no (27.05.2008) (Retrieved on June 19, 2008)
  4. ^ European Orienteering Championships 2008International Orienteering Federation (Retrieved on June 19, 2008)
  5. ^ Ski-WOC 2004 SWE – Åsarna/Östersund, Sweden, 9-16 February 2004International Orienteering Federation (Retrieved on June 19, 2008)