24 August 1982
1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
230.0 m (Planica 2013)
Updated on 8 March 2014.
Anders Bardal ( Norwegian pronunciation: ; born 24 August 1982) is a Norwegian [ɑneʂ bɑːɖɑːl] ski jumper who has competed since 2001. He competed competed at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, finishing of 25th in the individual large hill. He was also part of the Norwegian team that finished ninth in the team large hill at those same games.
Bardal won his first individual
Ski jumping World Cup event in Zakopane, Poland on 27 January 2008.
He won four silver medals in the team large hill event at the
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships ( 2007, 2009, and two medals on both normal and large hills in 2011). At the FIS Ski-Flying World Championships 2008 in Oberstdorf, he won a bronze in the team event, and in 2010, in the team event as well, he achieved a silver. Same year, he was part of the Norwegian team that won bronze in the team large hill at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
In 2012 he won the
FIS Ski Jumping World Cup, becoming the first Norwegian to win the World Cup since 1994. A year later, at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2013, he became a world champion at the normal hill.
2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, he won a bronze in the normal hill competition.
He currently lives in
Trondheim with his wife and their daughter and son. He studies at Trondheim Business School.
Olympic Games [ edit ]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships [ edit ]
World Cup [ edit ]
1st overall: 2011/2012
Continental Cup [ edit ]
References [ edit ]