Norwegian Ski Federation

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The Norwegian Ski Federation (Norwegian: Norges Skiforbund) is an organization devoted to skiing in Norway. Headquartered in Oslo, it is the national representative of the International Ski Federation.

Founded in 1908, it covers the skiing disciplines of alpine, cross country, freestyle, Nordic combined, ski jumping, and snowboarding. The organization is also involved in the promotion of skiing in Norway, cooperating with the Association for the Promotion of Skiing.

The current president is Erik Røste, and vice president is Kristin Vestgren Sæterøy.[1]


  1. ^ "Røste ble ny skipresident" (in Norwegian). Norwegian News Agency. 17 June 2012.