Fred Børre Lundberg
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|Men's nordic combined|
|1994 Lillehammer||15 km individual|
|1998 Nagano||4 x 5 km team|
|1992 Albertville||3 x 10 km team|
|1994 Lillehammer||3 x 10 km team|
|1991 Val di Fiemme||15 km individual|
|1995 Thunder Bay||15 km individual|
|1997 Trondheim||4 x 5 km team|
|1993 Falun||3 x 10 km team|
|1995 Thunder Bay||4 x 5 km team|
|1999 Ramsau||4 x 5 km team|
Fred Børre Lundberg (born 25 December 1969 in Hammerfest and grown up in Bardufoss) is a former Nordic combined skier from Bardu, Norway. He dominated the sport in the 1990s, winning both at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships and at the Winter Olympics.
Lundberg won six medals at the Nordic skiing world championships, including three golds (15 km individual: 1991, 1995; 4 x 5 km team: 1997) and three silvers (3 x 10 km team: 1993, 4 x 5 km team: 1995, and 1999). At the Winter Olympics, he won four medals, including two golds (15 km individual: 1994, 4 x 5 km team 1998) and two silvers (3 x 10 km team: 1992, 1994).