Espen Andersen (skier born 1993)
|Born||28 October 1993|
Bærums Verk, Norway
|Ski club||Lommedalen IL|
|World Cup career|
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.
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.
World Cup wins
|2017–18||24 Nov 2017||Ruka||HS142|
|2017–18||3 Dec 2017||Lillehammer||HS138|
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