Kim Christiansen

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Kim Christiansen
Medal record
Competitor for  Norway
Men's Snowboarding
FIS Snowboarding World Championships
Gold 2001 Madonna di Campiglio Halfpipe
Bronze 2005 Whistler Halfpipe

Kim Christiansen (born May 8, 1976) is a Norwegian snowboarder. He grew up in Drammen. He started his professional career in 1991 at age 16 when he became sponsored by Quicksilver and he retired from professional snowboarding in 2006. Other sponsors in this period were Deeluxe (1998-2006), Bataleon Snowboards (2003-2006) Arnette (1997-2006) and Elan (1997-2002).

He qualified for the half-pipe competition in the Olympic Winter Games in 1998, 2002 and 2006 where he finished 20, 14 and 41

In 2001 he won the World Snowboard Championship in Madonna di Campiglio. He also won a World Cup event, at Innichen in 1998.

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