Emelie Forsberg

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Emelie Forsberg
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Emelie Forsberg in 2013
Personal information
Full name Emelie Tina Forsberg
Nationality Swedish
Born (1986-12-11) December 11, 1986 (age 31)
Residence Norway
Life partner(s) Kilian Jornet
Website emelieforsberg.com

Emelie Tina Forsberg (born December 11, 1986) is a Swedish athlete specialized in Trail running (Skyrunning, Mountain running) and Ski mountaineering. She has won repeated victories in different disciplines, including European and World Championships.

Ian Corless described Forsberg as: "Known for her incredible strength, endurance and break neck downhill running, she has also become an inspiration to men and ladies all over the world by her infectious passion and love of life which she daily shares via social media. No matter how hard the race, no matter how tough the conditions are, no matter how bad she is feeling, Emelie is guaranteed to provide a smile."[20]

Biography[edit]

Childhood and youth[edit]

Storulvån Mountain Lodge in Sweden where Forsberg worked in 2004

Emelie Forsberg grew up in the small village Noraström in Kramfors Municipality, some 40 km (25 mi) north of Härnösand on Sweden's High Coast.[21] Her father died when she was new-born and according to Forsberg her mother had a tough time combining work, studies and taking care of her two daughters.[22] Orienteering, trekking, climbing, skiing, foraging for mushrooms and berries were an integral part of her life since she was very young.[23]

In a 2017 public lecture Forsberg stated that between 15 and 20 years of age she defined herself as a climber.[24] She moved to the Swedish mountains at age 18 and worked as a waitress in the Storulvån Mountain Lodge in the Åre Ski Area, where she convinced her boss to send her to a baking course.[25][26] While living in Storulvån Forsberg ran in the mountains in her spare time for love of nature, for the fun of it and as a means of transportation.

Early career[edit]

Turtagrø Hotel (old annex) in Norway where Forsberg worked in 2011

Forsberg's first serious trail race was the Swedish Fjällmaraton in 2009. She had borrowed a backpack from a friend and brought a chokolate mud cake that she had baked. Before the last big ascent she stopped for 20 minutes and ate the cake, got new energy and won the race. Two years later she was back, did not stop to eat en route and improved her time by 30 minutes.[27][28] In 2014 when an established world class runner Forsberg was back again, improved her time by another 30 minutes and set a new course record.[29]

In 2011 Forsberg worked at the Turtagrø Hotel in Hurrungane on the outskirts of Jotunheimen National Park in Norway.[30] In May 2012 she was invited to run in an international trail event, Zegama-Aizkorri Mendi Maratoia, where she finished in 3rd place. Her following trail event in July 2012, the Dolomites Skyrace, she won. Says Forsberg: "It was insane. It was cool to realize that what I had been doing in my solitude in the Swedish mountains was a big sport in the Alps". Forsberg moved from Storulvån to Tromsø in Norway, in order to study at the University of Tromsø, and run in the mountains there.[25]

Prior to late 2012 Forsberg had no serious competition experience in ski mountaineering. Her first race was in Chamonix on December 9 where she placed third.[31][32] Forsberg: "I was just back form The North Face 50 mile race in San Francisco and had maybe 3 days of skiing on a pair of Kilians old skis and said yes to join the race. Yeay! Oh man it was so fun! I didn´t really understod how the binding worked (I was a telemarker and a x country skier!)so I lost my skis in the uphill, I lost my skins and so many more small mistakes. But I enjoyed it, I had fun and I pushed hard." [33] In late December she placed second in a Swedish race in Åre after losing her ski skins and running one out of eight laps on foot.[34] Shortly after, in January 2013, she won the Norwegian Championship by seven minutes over her closest rival, upon which she embarked on another round of skiing so that she was not available for interviews after her victory.[35][36] She followed up with Alpiniski later in the same month.[37] In early February she became French champion in the vertical event and a week later won bronze medals in the sprint and vertical events at the World Championships.[14][15][38]

Professional career[edit]

In the Skyrunning World Series Forsberg has been especially successful in the Ultra Series where she won every race in 2013-2015 except for the 2014 Trofeo Kima where she took a wrong turn when four hours into the race and half an hour below the course record time; she descended 500 metres (1,600 feet) and had to ascend again, losing one hour, then worked her way back up the field to 2nd position.[2][3][4][39] Apart from her favored ultra distance Forsberg runs races varying from the vertical kilometer to 100 miles (160 kilometres), usually finishing in the top five when not winning, and often competing on consecutive days or three days in a row, as in the 2015 the Rut where she ran the vertical kilometer on Friday, the Sky 25 km (16 mi) distance on Saturday and finishing off with the Ultra 50 km (31 mi) distance on Sunday, comfortably winning and setting a new course record.[40]

Forsberg runs 10 km in 36 minutes.[41] She is also a strong uphill runner as witnessed by her results in vertical kilometer races. But her real strength is downhill running where she constantly outruns her competitors and sets new records. Says Forsberg: "I’m so comfortable in that terrain so it doesn’t feel fast at all. Training helps and also I think it makes a lot of difference that I have always just played outside running on trails, rocks etc."[42] Forsberg claims that she has only fallen twice while running, once during the 2014 Transvulcania race where she fell running uphill after being pushed from behind and sustained a hand and arm injury that required immediate medical care, once on a road when running with her boyfriend.[43][44]

In ski mountaineering Forsberg's greatest achievement is in her own opinion winning the biennial Trofeo Mezzalama in 2015 with team mates Axelle Mollaret and Jennifer Fiechter, barely three minutes ahead of world champions Laëtitia Roux, Mireia Miró Varela and Séverine Pont-Combe and a full hour and a half ahead of the bronze laureats.[45] Said Forsberg a few days later: "I almost feel like I could finish my career."[46] As in Skyrunning she competes in all ski mountaineering distances, as well as team events. She is also able to transition fast from winter to summer events and vice versa; one week after winning the 2015 Trofeo Mezzalama race on skis she won the 73 km (45 mi) Transvulcania by half an hour for her first Skyrunner World Series win of the season.[47] Forsberg herself keeps a low profile; in a 2013 interview she answered the question "What are your strengths in ski mountaineering?" thus: "Hmm. I don't have any direct strengths. I'm a bit mediocre both uphill and downhill, I'd say."[48]

Forsberg is a member of the Salomon team that she joined in 2012, and is actively involved in the company's product development for trail running.[25][49] In 2014 Forsberg and Kilian Jornet initiated and organized the first edition of the Tromsø Skyrace in Tromsø, Norway, part of the Skyrunner® World series from 2015.[50][51] Forsberg does not have a trainer. Says Forsberg: "I like best to control everything myself. Moreover, there is no coach who thinks it is a good approach to compete in two seasons. So I go on my own."[52]

ACL surgery[edit]

During the 2016 European Championships of Ski Mountaineering Forsberg broke her cruciate ligament on February 5 after a fellow competitor ran over her skis from behind. She had to abandon a season that had started better than ever, with Forsberg leading the International Ski Mountaineering Federation's World Cup Individual discipline.[53] Prior to this serious injury Forsberg claimed that she had only been injured once (in the Transvulcania incident where she was pushed from behind running uphill), which she credits to taking good care of herself. Forsberg: "And also my love for pastries!".[41] The ACL recovery process has been the subject of many Facebook and blog postings on Forsberg's part, including both rehab training and philosophy. Forsberg: "I think it's important to recognize hopelessness sometimes, but only for a short period of time, so it is important to seize the little hope that is there."[54]

After her ACL surgery in early February 2016 Forsberg made her comeback in mid-June with three local Norwegian races where she ran uphill and walked downhill. On July 23 Forsberg won the Kendall Mountain run in Colorado and on August 5 the Blåmann Vertical in Tromsø, Norway, that is part of the Skyrunner World Series. On August 28 Forsberg was back on the top international skyrunning scene after winning the biennial Trofeo Kima on her third attempt; in 2012 and 2014 she finished 2nd.

Two weeks after the skiing accident Forsberg started to practise yoga as one path to recovery. In August 2016 she announced in an interview: "I’m travelling to India to do the final 200 hours of yoga teacher training. I think it’ll be pretty intense."[55]

Mountaineering[edit]

In April 2017 Forsberg announced that she and Kilian Jornet would attempt to climb Cho Oyu, a Himalayan peak of 8,188 meters, with a light and fast style spending only two weeks away from home. As preparation the pair slept for two weeks in an altitude tent simulating an altitude of 5,500 to 6,000 meters, and trained for a week at 4,000 meters in the Alps.[56] After 10 days at base camp a summit attempt was made but Forsberg turned around at 7,700 meters due to worsening weather. Jornet continued but is not sure whether he reached the summit since visibility was near zero. She then returned directly to Europe to start the skyrunning season while Jornet stayed to make an attempt on Mount Everest. After her first race Forsberg commented on social media: "... it was still emotional from being awake the whole night waiting for Kilians message saying he was down. Well, cheers to the start of the season, from now it can only be better!"

Teams[edit]

Forsberg has competed for the following teams and clubs:[f]

Motivation and values[edit]

Forsberg in 2016: "I have started to take pride in being a strong athlete, because 2012 I didn’t think at all that I was strong. I just did what I loved and I happened to be good at it. For me now it’s important to know that I can improve, have the motivation for it, and make a plan of how to get my athletic goal fulfilled. Now I also know how hard it is to be a professional athlete, you need to be motivated and never give up!" "Racing has only been a part of my life since four years, but nature and my passion for being outside– running/skiing/climbing/picking berries/walking/having a picnic/ gardening/farming–has always been there and I would not let anything take away my passion for that. That’s who I am… That is who I define myself as. I don’t define myself as a racer or competitor. But yes, I love winning, of course, it’s big, but at the same time it doesn’t matter at all."[26]

In 2015 Forsberg wrote a blog entitled "Relationship mind, body and soul" that was widely cited in media for its balanced approach to food and weight in competitive running. Forsberg's concluding remark: "Love your hips, breasts, butt and belly. The fat keeps you warm. And healthy."[57][58] Forsberg says that she follows no restricted diet and takes no food supplements. Forsberg: "I believe everything is good for you in small amount and as natural as possible."[59]

Forsberg is a vegetarian and is fond of gardening.[60] In the garden plot of the house on the outskirts of the valley in Chamonix that Forsberg shared with her boyfriend Kilian Jornet she cultivated green beans, pumpkin, squash, radish, beetroot, various salads, broccoli, cauliflower, and some herbs. Forsberg "It's a dream I've had a long time, to be half self-sufficient and I think about the ecological impact. Thanks to my lifestyle as it looks now, I can give it priority."[61] On the small farm in Måndalen the opportunities for gardening are even better and Forsberg has expanded her ambitions in this area.[62] She also devotes a separate Instagram account to the subject: "Måndalen Country living" (see External links below].

Personal life[edit]

In February 2016 Forsberg and Kilian Jornet bought a house in Måndalen in the Rauma municipality in the Norwegian county Møre og Romsdal.[63] In 2017 the Rauma Chamber of Commerce awarded the title "Rauma Ambassador of the Year" to the couple. [64] Prior to Rauma they lived in a remodelled old mill in the hamlet Montroc outside of Chamonix in France. Both make a living from skyrunning and ski mountaineering.[65][66]

Forsberg started studies to become a forester in 2005 but decided that the curriculum was not what she had anticipated.[22] Four years later she instead started to study for a Masters degree in biology at University of Umeå in Sweden and University of Tromsø in Norway.[67][68] Her Masters deposition is on hold while she concentrates on training and racing professionally.[69] At the University of Umeå Forsberg participated in the school's program for elite athletes, designed to facilitate academic studies in parallel with intensive training and competition.[70] She loves to bake and eat buns after working a while as a baker.[71] At times her recipes appear on her blog under the heading Recipes from a mountain lover. Forsberg is very active on social media and has over 140 000 followers on Facebook (November 2017).

On 7 September 2013 Forsberg and Kílian Jornet were rescued by the PGHM (Peloton de Gendarmerie de Haute Montagne) on the Frendo spur of the North Face of Aiguille du Midi in the Mont Blanc massif close to Chamonix, France, in degenerating weather and with inadequate equipment for the situation. Both were extremely apologetic afterwards.[72]

Forsberg's sister Evy Tess Therese Forsberg is an accomplished sportswoman who has competed on the Scotland women's national rugby sevens team and become European Weightlifting Champion.[73]

Results[edit]

Skyrunning[edit]

The following list includes Forsberg's results in skyrunning.[74] Some of the early events are not skyrunning, but rather traditional trail runs. These are included for the sake of completeness.

Some races are denoted as VK and others as vertical km; in both cases it means that runners go up a steep hill with 1,000 metres (3,300 feet) vertical elevation difference between start and finish.

2009
2010
  • 1st, Björkliden Arctic Mountain Marathon (BAMM) 70 km (43 mi), Sweden, over two days, with Linda Berg[76]
  • 47th, Lidingöloppet 30 km (19 mi), Sweden[77]
  • 3rd, Molden Opp, VK, Norway[78]
2011
  • 1st, Fjällmaraton 44 km (27 mi), Sweden (2nd victory)[79]
  • 1st, Salomon Trail Tour Åre 10.9 km (6.8 mi), Sweden[80]
  • 1st, Björkliden Arctic Mountain Marathon (BAMM), Sweden, 70 km (43 mi) over two days, with Linda Berg (2nd straight victory)[81]
  • 2nd, Besseggløpet 14 km (8.7 mi), Norway[82]
  • 1st, Drakloppet 10 km (6.2 mi), Sweden[83]
  • 17th, Lidingöloppet 30 km (19 mi), Sweden[84]
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018

World Cup wins[edit]

# Season Date Race Discipline
1 2012 July 22 Dolomites SkyRace SkyRace
2 2013 May 26 Maratòn Alpina Zegama-Aizkorri SkyRace
3 August 24 Matterhorn Ultraks SkyRace
4 May 11 Transvulcania Sky Ultra
5 July 14 Ice Trail Tarentaise Sky Ultra
6 September 28 Ultra Race of Champions Sky Ultra
7 2014 July 13 Ice Trail Tarentaise Sky Ultra
8 September 11 The Rut 50K Sky Ultra
9 2015 May 9 Transvulcania Ultramarathon Sky Ultra
10 August 2 Tromsø SkyRace Sky Ultra
11 September 6 The Rut 50K Sky Ultra
12 September 19 Ultra Pirineu Sky Ultra
13 July 31 Tromsø Vertical Kilometer Vertical
14 2016 5 August Blåmann Vertical Vertical
15 28 August Kima Trophy Sky Ultra
16 2017 17 September Salomon Glen Coe Skyline Sky Ultra

Ski mountaineering[edit]

Axelle Mollaret and Emelie Forsberg after winning the first stage of the 2015 Pierra Menta race in France
Adamello Ski Raid (2008)

The following list includes Forsberg's results in ISMF ski mountaineering races.[180]

Year Event Race result
Individual Vertical Sprint Team Team mates
2010 Vértex Vinter Solo, Sweden 2 [181]
2011 Keb Classic, Sweden 2 [182] Linda Berg
2012 Mont Blanc Ski Challenge, France 3 [31]
2012 Expedition Åre Cup, Åre, Sweden 2 [34]
2013 Norwegian Championship, Strengen, Norway 1 [35]
2013 Alpiniski, Switzerland 5 [37] 6 [183]
2013 Championnat de France 1 [38]
2013 ISMF World Championship, Pelvoux, France 6 [184] 3 [15] 3 [14] 5 [185] Josefina Wikberg
2013 Blatind Arctic race, Norway 7 [186]
2013 Alpi´Tignes, France 1 [187]
2014 Championnat de France 2 [188]
2014 Verbier Val de Bagnes, France 4 [189] 6 [190]
2014 Courchevel, France 5 [191] 4 [192]
2014 Diablerets 3D, Italy 3 [193] 6 [194]
2014 Ski Alp Race Dolomiti di Brenta, Italy 2 [195]
2014 Blatind Arctic race, Norway 5 [196] 4 [197]
2015 Open Vertical Race, Méribel-Mottaret, France 3 [198]
2015 Ski Ecrins, France 11 [199] 8 [200] 17 [201]
2015 Font Blanca, Andorra 13 [202] 4 [203]
2015 ISMF World Championship, Verbier, Switzerland 3 [16] [d] 10 [204] 10 [205]
2015 Marmotta Trophy, Italy 3 [206] 3 [207]
2015 Pierra Menta, France 2 [208] Axelle Mollaret
2015 Mondolè Ski Alp, Italy 2 [209] 4 [210] 2 [211]
2015 Adamello Ski Raid, Italy 2 [212] Axelle Mollaret
2015 Keb Classic, Sweden 2 [213] Josefina Wikberg, Charlotte Kalla
2015 Trofeo Mezzalama, Italy 1 [45] Axelle Mollaret, Jennifer Fiechter
2015 Mont Blanc Ski Challenge, France 1 [214]
2016 Barlouka's Race, Switzerland 4 [215]
2016 Relais des Chamois, France 1 [216] Ida Nilsson
2016 Championnat de France 1 [217]
2016 Font Blanca, Andorra 1 [218] 2 [219]
2016 Valtellina Orobie, Italy 3 [220][g] 9 [221]
2016 La Reprise, Tignes, France 1 [222]
2016 Norgescup Björli, Norway 1 [223]
2017 Font Blanca, Andorra 3 [224] 1 [225]
2017 Catalan Championships, Spain 1 [226]
2017 Cambre d'Aze, France 4 [227] 4 [228]
2017 Norgescup Todalen, Norway 1 [229] 1 [230]
2017 ISMF World Championship, Tambre/Piancavallo, Italy 4 [231] 2 [13] 2 [12] 7 [232][h] Ida Nilsson, Fanny Borgström
2017 Pierra Menta, France 1 [233] Laetitia Roux
2017 Stryn Rando 3000, Norway 1 [234]
2017 Trofeo Mezzalama, Italy 1 [235] Laetitia Roux, Jennifer Fiechter
2017 Vertical Race de Méribel, France 1 [236]
2018 Font Blanca, Andorra 2 [237]
2018 Narvik Rando, Norway 1 [238] 1[238]
2018 ISMF European Championships, Italy 3 [18]
2018 Pierra Menta, France 2 [239] Laetitia Roux
2018 Stryn Rando 3000, Norway 1 [240]

World Cup wins[edit]

# Season Date Race Discipline
1 2016 January 16 Font Blanca Individual
2 2017 January 22 Font Blanca Vertical

La Grand Course wins[edit]

# Season Date Race Team mate(s)
1 2015 May 2 Trofeo Mezzalama Axelle Mollaret, Jennifer Fiechter
2 2017 March 8–11 Pierra Menta Laetitia Roux
3 April 22 Trofeo Mezzalama Laetitia Roux, Jennifer Fiechter

Fastest Known Time (FKT)[edit]

Grand Teton, FKT 2012
Mont Blanc, viewed from Planpraz station, FKT 2013, improved 2018
Matterhorn, east and north sides viewed from Zermatt, FKT 2013
Kebnekaise, in the background between the two mountains on the right, FKT 2014
Teide, FKT 2017
Galdhøpiggen, northern side, FKT 2018
Monte Rosa Eastside viewed from Monte Moro Pass, FKT 2018
Kungsleden Landscape, FKT 2018
  • Grand Teton, Wyoming, USA, Women's FKT up and down, 3h51m, August 11, 2012.[241][242]
  • Mont Blanc, France, Women's FKT up and down from Chamonix, 7h53m12s, June 21, 2018 (improved her previous record of 8h10m from 2013).[242]
  • Matterhorn, Italy, Women's FKT up and down, 5h52m, 2013.[242]
  • Kebnekaise, Sweden, Women's FKT up and down, 2h00m40s, 7 July 2014.[242] Until 5 August 2014 this was also the Allround FKT.[243]
  • Teide, Spain, Women's FKT up and down, 7h06m06s, 23 November 2017.[244]
  • Galdhøpiggen, Norway, on ski (from Spiterstulen), Women's FKT up and down 1h45m, 27 April 2018.[245][246] Most FKT in the list are running, but to Galdhøpiggen was on ski (skis have similar speed uphill but are much faster downhill).
  • Monte Rosa, Italy, from Alagna, Women's FKT up and down 5h3m56s, 23 June 2018[179]
  • Kungsleden (King of Trails), Allround FKT Abisko - Hemavan, Sweden, 4d 21h 45m 28s, 2–7 July 2018.[247]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Emelie Forsberg, Sky Runner: Finding Strength, Happiness and Balance in Your Running, English, French, Norwegian and Swedish editions, Gawellförlag AB, 2018 ISBN 978-1944515737

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Up to and including 2012 the Skyrunner World Series had a combined winner, but no winners of the individual events. From 2013 there was no combined winner, only winners of the three events Vertical kilometer, Sky and Ultra. From 2016 there are four events: Vertical kilometer, Sky, Sky Extreme and Ultra
  2. ^ The International Ski Mountaineering Federation sponsors five World Cups: Individual, Vertical, Sprint, Long distance team and General overall
  3. ^ a b Ski Mountaineering World Championships are held odd years and European Championships even years
  4. ^ a b Forsberg was originally ranked 4th in the competition but moved up to bronze after one of her competitors was charged with doping
  5. ^ La Grande Course consists of the seven most important European team events: Adamello Ski Raid (Italy), Altitoy-Ternua (France), Patrouille des Glaciers (Switzerland), Pierra Menta (France), Millet Tour du Rutor Extrême (Italy) and Mezzalama Trophy (Italy). Some events are held every two years.
    Although La Grand Course consists of team events the number of team members varies from two to three, and the composition of the teams can vary from one event to another. The combined ranking is therefore calculated on an individual level.
  6. ^ Teams and clubs are listed as shown in the results from competitions. The first two teams listed are hotels/mountain lodges where Forsberg has worked. A small number of results show no team affiliation at all.
  7. ^ Forsberg was second over the finish line but was penalized two minutes because of equipment failure
  8. ^ Relay race

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