Espen Andersen (skier born 1993)

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Espen Andersen
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Born (1993-10-28) 28 October 1993 (age 25)
Bærums Verk, Norway
Ski clubLommedalen IL
World Cup career
Individual wins1
Indiv. podiums1

Espen Andersen (born 28 October 1993) is a Norwegian Nordic combined skier.


At the 2012 Junior World Championships he won a bronze medal in the 5 km Gundersen event, as well as a fourth place in the team competition and fifth in the 10 km. At the 2013 Junior World Championships he managed a sixth place. At the 2013 Winter Universiade he finished 20th in mass start, seventh in Gundersen and fourth in the team competition.[1]

He made his FIS Alpine Ski World Cup debut in March 2013 in Oslo, with a 47th place, and collected his first World Cup points with a 20th-place finish in March 2014—also in Oslo. He first made the top 15 with a 12th place in January 2015 in Sapporo.[1]

He hails from Bærum, represents the sports club Lommedalens IL but relocated to Lillehammer to train.[1]

World Cup wins[edit]

Season Date Location Hill
2017–18 24 Nov 2017 Finland Ruka HS142
2017–18 3 Dec 2017 Norway Lillehammer HS138