Therese Johaug

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Therese Johaug
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Johaug with the gold medal for her victory in the 10 km at the 2019 World Championships in Seefeld
CountryNorway
Born (1988-06-25) 25 June 1988 (age 30)
Os, Hedmark, Norway
Height1.62 m (5 ft 4 in)[1]
Ski clubIL Nansen
World Cup career
Seasons20072016, 2019
Individual wins52
Team wins15
Indiv. podiums111
Team podiums17
Indiv. starts202
Team starts19
Overall titles2 – (2014, 2016)
Discipline titles3 – (3 DI)
Updated on 2 March 2019.

Therese Johaug (born 25 June 1988) is a Norwegian cross-country skier who has competed for the clubs Tynset IF and IL Nansen.[2] In world championships she has won seven individual gold medals along with three gold medals in relays and she is a three-time Olympic medallist.

In October 2016 Johaug was suspended for a period of 18 months due to a positive drug test.

Athletic career[edit]

After skiing some domestic races in the 2006 season, Johaug took part at the Norwegian Championships in 2007, winning a bronze at the 7.5 km + 7.5 km double pursuit event.[3] She was selected for two World Cup races prior to the World Championships, finishing eighth and 33rd in two interval start races over 10 km, which was enough to be selected for competition in the 30 km distance at the 2007 Sapporo World Championships where she won a surprising bronze medal.

At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, she won gold in the 4 x 5 km relay, came sixth in the 15 km pursuit and seventh in the 30 km mass start (classic) race.

Johaug won her first individual gold medal in the 30 km mass start race at the 2011 World Championships in Oslo. She also won gold in the 4 x 5 km relay, bronze in the 7.5 km + 7.5 km double pursuit and fourth in the 10 km individual start. At the 2013 World Championships she won her second individual gold medal in the 10 km freestyle race.

At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, she won the silver medal in the 30 km mass start (free), the bronze medal in the 10 km classical, and finished fourth in the 15 km skiathlon.

Johaug and compatriot Martin Johnsrud Sundby became the first Norwegians to win the Tour de Ski when they won the women's and men's competitions in the 2013–14 edition of the race.[4] Johaug subsequently won the overall and distance competitions in the 2013–14 FIS Cross-Country World Cup.[5]

She won the Birkebeinerrennet ski marathon in 2015 with a time of 2.41.46. That year she also enjoyed her most successful World Championship performance in Falun, where she took three gold medals: two in individual events (the 15km skiathlon and the 30km classic mass start) and one as part of the Norwegian women's team in the 4x5km relay.[6][7][8]

Johaug followed her World Championship success with her best ever World Cup season in 2015–16, winning a second Tour de Ski by overturning a 39-second deficit to Ingvild Flugstad Østberg on the final stage to complete the climb up Alpe Cermis with a lead of 2 minutes 21 seconds over runner-up Østberg.[9] She went on to capture the overall and distance World Cups, rounding off her season by winning the inaugural Ski Tour Canada in a similar fashion to her Tour de Ski win, eradicating Heidi Weng's 30 second lead on the final stage pursuit to take victory by over a minute.[10]

Until 2016 Egil Kristiansen coached Johaug, and was described (by media) as "in reality her best coach ... [and he had] helped her master freestyle" skiing.[11]

Doping[edit]

In September 2016, Johaug was tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug called Clostebol, an anabolic steroid. Johaug said that the substance came from an ointment for her sore, sunburnt lips, which she said she used from 4 to 15 September. Plausibility of this explanation has been widely questioned.[12] The ointment she claims to have used is called Trofodermin. It contains Clostebol. A big red warning label with the word “Doping” is normally printed on its packaging.[13][14][15] Johaug said that the drug was given to her by the team's physician, Fredrik S. Bendiksen. Bendiksen said that he didn’t notice that it contained a forbidden substance. He resigned his position as a team's physician, but he remains closely associated with elite Norwegian skiing. [16][17][18] Bendiksen had previously worked for Pfizer, the medical company that produces the salve in question.[19]

The concentration of clostebol that was measured in her blood is by itself consistent with her explanation of using Trofodermin on her lips right before the test was taken. It is also consistent with using Clostebol in large doses in the weeks before the test. The positive drug test was taken after Johaug did not have any doping control for a period of four months.[20]

On 19 October Johaug was suspended by Anti-Doping Norway for two months while the case was investigated. Johaug was later given a 13-month suspension by the Norwegian Olympic Committee. This ban would have expired in time to allow Johaug to compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics, but In March 2017, the International Ski Federation appealed this decision. They argued that the suspension was at the low end of applicable suspensions and failed to reflect the fact that the athlete had missed a printed doping warning label.[21][22] On 22 August 2017 the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) issued a decision "in which Ms Johaug is suspended for a period of 18 months commencing on 18 October 2016".[23] As a result of the suspension Johaug was not able to participate in the 2018 Winter Olympics.

World Cup results[edit]

All results are sourced from the International Ski Federation (FIS).[24]

Season titles[edit]

  • 5 titles – (2 overall, 3 distance)
Season
Discipline
2014 Overall
Distance
2016 Overall
Distance
2019 Distance

World Cup standings[edit]

 Season   Age  Season Standings Ski Tour Standings
Overall Distance Sprint Nordic
Opening
Tour de
Ski
World Cup
Final
Ski Tour
Canada
2007 19 44 23 DNP N/A DNP N/A N/A
2008 20 18 15 47 N/A 4 21 N/A
2009 21 8 7 89 N/A 6 2 N/A
2010 22 17 14 61 N/A DNF 7 N/A
2011 23 4 3 70 10 2 3 N/A
2012 24 3 3 38 2 3 4 N/A
2013 25 2 2 39 4 2 2 N/A
2014 26 1 1 32 3 1 1 N/A
2015 27 2 2 39 2 2 N/A N/A
2016 28 1 1 16 1 1 N/A 1
2017 29 suspended: not allowed to compete N/A
2018 30 N/A
2019 31 4 1 1 DNP N/A

Individual podiums[edit]

  • 52 victories – (28 WC, 24 SWC)
  • 111 podiums – (59 WC, 52 SWC)
No. Season Date Location Race Level Place
1  2006–07  24 March 2007 Sweden Falun, Sweden 7.5 km + 7.5 km Pursuit C/F World Cup 3rd
2  2007–08  2 January 2008 Czech Republic Nové Město, Czech Republic 10 km Individual C Stage World Cup 3rd
3 9 January 2008 Estonia Otepää, Estonia 10 km Individual C World Cup 3rd
4  2008–09  6 December 2008 France La Clusaz, France 15 km Mass Start F World Cup 3rd
5 4 January 2009 Italy Val di Fiemme, Italy 9 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 1st
6 21 March 2009 Sweden Falun, Sweden 5 km + 5 km Pursuit C/F Stage World Cup 2nd
7 22 March 2009 Sweden Falun, Sweden 10 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 2nd
8 18–22 March 2009 Sweden World Cup Final Overall Standings World Cup 2nd
9  2009–10  6 March 2010 Finland Lahti, Finland 7.5 km + 7.5 km Pursuit C/F World Cup 3rd
10 13 March 2010 Norway Oslo, Norway 30 km Mass Start F World Cup 3rd
11 20 March 2010 Sweden Falun, Sweden 5 km + 5 km Pursuit C/F Stage World Cup 3rd
12 2010–11 28 November 2010 Finland Rukatunturi, Finland 10 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 1st
13 11 December 2010  Switzerland  Davos, Switzerland 10 km Individual C World Cup 3rd
14 8 January 2011 Italy Val di Fiemme, Italy 10 km Mass Start C Stage World Cup 2nd
15 9 January 2011 Italy Val di Fiemme, Italy 9 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 1st
16 31 December 2010
– 9 January 2011
GermanyItaly Tour de Ski Overall Standings World Cup 2nd
17 22 January 2011 Estonia Otepää, Estonia 10 km Individual C World Cup 3rd
18 12 March 2011 Finland Lahti, Finland 5 km + 5 km Pursuit C/F World Cup 1st
19 18 March 2011 Sweden Falun, Sweden 2.5 km Individual C Stage World Cup 3rd
20 19 March 2011 Sweden Falun, Sweden 5 km + 5 km Pursuit C/F Stage World Cup 3rd
21 20 March 2011 Sweden Falun, Sweden 10 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 3rd
22 16–20 March 2011 Sweden World Cup Final Overall Standings World Cup 3rd
23 2011–12 27 November 2011 Finland Rukatunturi, Finland 10 km Pursuit C Stage World Cup 1st
24 25–27 November 2011 Finland Nordic Opening Overall Standings World Cup 2nd
25 10 December 2011  Switzerland  Davos, Switzerland 15 km Individual F World Cup 3rd
26 17 December 2011 Slovenia Rogla, Slovenia 10 km Mass Start C World Cup 2nd
27 30 December 2011 Germany Oberhof, Germany 10 km Pursuit C Stage World Cup 2nd
28 1 January 2012 Germany Oberstdorf, Germany 5 km + 5 km Skiathlon C/F Stage World Cup 3rd
29 5 January 2012 Italy Toblach, Italy 15 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 3rd
30 8 January 2012 Italy Val di Fiemme, Italy 9 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 1st
31 29 December 2011
– 8 January 2012
GermanyItaly Tour de Ski Overall Standings World Cup 3rd
32 22 January 2012 Estonia Otepää, Estonia 10 km Individual C World Cup 3rd
33 5 February 2012 Russia Rybinsk, Russia 7.5 km + 7.5 km Skiathlon C/F World Cup 1st
34 11 February 2012 Czech Republic Nové Město, Czech Republic 15 km Mass Start C World Cup 3rd
35 18 February 2012 Poland Szklarska Poręba, Poland 10 km Individual C World Cup 3rd
36 3 March 2012 Finland Lahti, Finland 7.5 km + 7.5 km Skiathlon C/F World Cup 1st
37 11 March 2012 Norway Oslo, Norway 30 km Mass Start C World Cup 3rd
38 17 March 2012 Sweden Falun, Sweden 10 km Mass Start C Stage World Cup 3rd
39 18 March 2012 Sweden Falun, Sweden 10 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 1st
40  2012–13  24 November 2012 Sweden Gällivare, Sweden 10 km Individual F World Cup 2nd
41 2 December 2012 Finland Rukatunturi, Finland 10 km Pursuit C Stage World Cup 2nd
42 30 December 2012 Germany Oberhof, Germany 9 km Pursuit C Stage World Cup 2nd
43 3 January 2013 Italy Toblach-Cortina 15 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 3rd
44 6 January 2013 Italy Val di Fiemme, Italy 9 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 1st
45 29 December 2012
– 6 January 2013
Germany Switzerland Italy Tour de Ski Overall Standings World Cup 2nd
46 19 January 2013 Germany La Clusaz, France 10 km Mass Start C World Cup 2nd
47 17 February 2013  Switzerland  Davos, Switzerland 10 km Individual F World Cup 1st
48 17 March 2013 Norway Oslo, Norway 30 km Mass Start F World Cup 1st
49 23 March 2013 Sweden Falun, Sweden 10 km Mass Start C Stage World Cup 2nd
50 24 March 2013 Sweden Falun, Sweden 10 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 1st
51 20–24 March 2013 Sweden World Cup Final Overall Standings World Cup 2nd
52  2013–14  30 November 2013 Finland Rukatunturi, Finland 5 km Individual C Stage World Cup 3rd
53 1 December 2013 Finland Rukatunturi, Finland 10 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 2nd
54 29 November
– 1 December 2013
Finland Nordic Opening Overall Standings World Cup 3rd
55 14 December 2013  Switzerland  Davos, Switzerland 15 km Individual F World Cup 2nd
56 1 January 2014  Switzerland  Lenzerheide, Switzerland 10 km Mass Start Stage World Cup 3rd
57 3 January 2014 Italy Toblach-Cortina 15 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 2nd
58 4 January 2014 Italy Val di Fiemme, Italy 5 km Individual C Stage World Cup 1st
59 5 January 2014 Italy Val di Fiemme, Italy 9 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 1st
60 28 December 2013
– 5 January 2014
Germany Switzerland Italy Tour de Ski Overall Standings World Cup 1st
61 1 February 2014 Italy Toblach, Italy 10 km Individual C World Cup 2nd
62 2 March 2014 Finland Lahti, Finland 10 km Individual F World Cup 3rd
63 9 March 2014 Norway Oslo, Norway 30 km Mass Start C World Cup 2nd
64 15 March 2014 Sweden Falun, Sweden 7.5 km + 7.5 km Skiathlon C/F Stage World Cup 1st
65 16 March 2014 Sweden Falun, Sweden 10 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 1st
66 14–16 March 2014 Sweden World Cup Final Overall Standings World Cup 1st
67 2014–15 30 November 2014 Finland Rukatunturi, Finland 10 km Individual C World Cup 1st
68 6 December 2014 Norway Lillehammer, Norway 5 km Individual F Stage World Cup 1st
69 7 December 2014 Norway Lillehammer, Norway 10 km Pursuit C Stage World Cup 1st
70 5–7 December 2014 Norway Nordic Opening Overall Standings World Cup 2nd
71 13 December 2014  Switzerland  Davos, Switzerland 10 km Individual C World Cup 1st
72 4 January 2015 Germany Oberstdorf, Germany 10 km Pursuit C Stage World Cup 3rd
73 7 January 2015 Italy Toblach, Italy 5 km Individual C Stage World Cup 2nd
74 8 January 2015 Italy Toblach, Italy 15 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 3rd
75 10 January 2015 Italy Val di Fiemme, Italy 10 km Mass Start C Stage World Cup 1st
76 11 January 2015 Italy Val di Fiemme, Italy 9 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 1st
77 3–11 January 2015 Germany Switzerland Italy Tour de Ski Overall Standings World Cup 2nd
78 15 February 2015 Sweden Östersund, Sweden 10 km Individual F World Cup 3rd
79 15 March 2015 Norway Oslo, Norway 30 km Mass Start F World Cup 2nd
80 2015–16 28 November 2015 Finland Rukatunturi, Finland 5 km Individual F Stage World Cup 1st
81 29 November 2015 Finland Rukatunturi, Finland 10 km Pursuit C Stage World Cup 1st
82 27–29 November 2015 Finland Nordic Opening Overall Standings World Cup 1st
83 5 December 2015 Norway Lillehammer, Norway 7.5 km + 7.5 km Skiathlon C/F World Cup 1st
84 12 December 2015  Switzerland  Davos, Switzerland 15 km Individual F World Cup 1st
85 20 December 2015 Italy Toblach, Italy 10 km Individual C World Cup 1st
86 2 January 2016  Switzerland  Lenzerheide, Switzerland 15 km Mass Start C Stage World Cup 1st
87 3 January 2016  Switzerland  Lenzerheide, Switzerland 5 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 2nd
88 6 January 2016 Germany Oberstdorf, Germany 10 km Mass Start C Stage World Cup 1st
89 9 January 2016 Italy Val di Fiemme, Italy 10 km Mass Start C Stage World Cup 3rd
90 10 January 2016 Italy Val di Fiemme, Italy 9 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 1st
91 1–10 January 2016  Switzerland GermanyItaly Tour de Ski Overall Standings World Cup 1st
92 23 January 2016 Czech Republic Nové Město, Czech Republic 10 km Individual F World Cup 1st
93 7 February 2016 Norway Oslo, Norway 30 km Mass Start C World Cup 1st
94 13 February 2016 Sweden Falun, Sweden 5 km Individual C World Cup 1st
95 14 February 2016 Sweden Falun, Sweden 10 km Mass Start F World Cup 1st
96 21 February 2016 Finland Lahti, Finland 7.5 km + 7.5 km Skiathlon C/F World Cup 1st
97 2 March 2016 Canada Montreal, Canada 10.5 km Mass Start C Stage World Cup 1st
98 5 March 2016 Canada Quebec City, Canada 10 km Pursuit F Stage World Cup 2nd
99 9 March 2016 Canada Canmore, Canada 7.5 km + 7.5 km Skiathlon C/F Stage World Cup 2nd
100 12 March 2016 Canada Canmore, Canada 10 km Pursuit C Stage World Cup 2nd
101 1–12 March 2016 Canada Ski Tour Canada Overall Standings World Cup 1st
102 2018–19 25 November 2018 Finland Rukatunturi, Finland 10 km Individual C World Cup 1st
103 1 December 2018 Norway Lillehammer, Norway 10 km Individual F Stage World Cup 1st
104 2 December 2018 Norway Lillehammer, Norway 10 km Pursuit C Stage World Cup 1st
105 30 November
– 2 December 2018
Norway Nordic Opening Overall Standings World Cup 1st
106 8 December 2018 Norway Beitostølen, Norway 15 km Individual F World Cup 1st
107 16 December 2018  Switzerland  Davos, Switzerland 10 km Individual F World Cup 1st
108 20 January 2019 Estonia Otepää, Estonia 10 km Individual C World Cup 1st
109 26 January 2019 Sweden Ulricehamn, Sweden 10 km Individual F World Cup 1st
110 10 March 2019 Norway Oslo, Norway 30 km Mass Start C World Cup 1st
111 17 March 2019 Sweden Falun, Sweden 10 km Individual F World Cup 1st

Team podiums[edit]

  • 15 victories – (15 RL)
  • 17 podiums – (17 RL)
No. Season Date Location Race Level Place Teammate(s)
1 2007–08 25 November 2007 Norway Beitostølen, Norway 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st  Jacobsen / Skofterud / Bjørgen 
2 9 December 2007  Switzerland  Davos, Switzerland 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Stemland / Steira / Skofterud
3 2008–09 23 November 2008 Sweden Gällivare, Sweden 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Bjørgen / Steira / Kristoffersen
4 7 December 2008 France La Clusaz, France 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 3rd Stemland / Nilsen / Steira
5  2009–10  22 November 2009 Norway Beitostølen , Norway 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 2nd Skofterud / Steira / Bjørgen
6 7 March 2010 Finland Lahti, Finland 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Kristoffersen / Steira / Bjørgen
7 2010–11 21 November 2010 Sweden Gällivare, Sweden 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Skofterud / Steira / Bjørgen
8 19 December 2010 France La Clusaz, France 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Skofterud / Steira / Bjørgen
9 2011–12 21 November 2010 Norway Sjusjøen, Norway 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Skofterud / Steira / Bjørgen
10 19 December 2010 Czech Republic Nové Město, Czech Republic 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Skofterud / Jacobsen / Bjørgen
11 2012–13 25 November 2012 Sweden Gällivare, Sweden 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Skofterud / Hagen / Bjørgen
12 20 January 2013 France La Clusaz, France 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Weng / Steira / Bjørgen
13 2013–14 8 December 2013 Norway Lillehammer, Norway 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Weng / Steira / Bjørgen
14 2015–16 6 December 2015 Norway Lillehammer, Norway 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Falla / Østberg / Weng
15 24 January 2016 Czech Republic Nové Město, Czech Republic 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Østberg / Weng / Jacobsen
16 2018–19 9 December 2018 Norway Beitostølen, Norway 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Weng / Haga / Østberg
17 27 January 2019 Sweden Ulricehamn, Sweden 4 × 5 km Relay M World Cup 1st Weng / Jacobsen / Østberg

Overall record[edit]

Result Distance Races[a] Sprint Ski
Tours
Individual
Events
Team Events All Events
≤ 5 km[b] ≤ 10 km[b] ≤ 15 km[b] ≤ 30 km[b] ≥ 30 km[b] Pursuit[c] Skiathlon Team Sprint Relay
1st place 4 12 3 2 16 5 6 48 14 62
2nd place 1 7 1 2 9 1 7 28 1 29
3rd place 2 11 3 2 8 1 3 30 1 31
Podiums 7 30 7 6 33 7 16 106 16 122
Top 10 15 50 7 8 38 7 5 22 152 18 170
Points 26 59 10 8 42 7 30 22 204 18 222
Others 1 1 16 1[d] 19 19
Starts 27 60 10 8 42 7 46 23 223 18 241
a. 1 Classification is made according to FIS classification.
b. 1 2 3 4 5 Includes individual and mass start races.
c. 1 Includes pursuit and double pursuit races.
d. 1 Withdrawn from 2009–10 Tour de Ski.

Olympic results[edit]

  • 3 medals – (1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
 Year   Age   10 km 
individual
 15 km 
 skiathlon 
 30 km 
mass start
 Sprint   4 × 5 km 
 relay 
 Team 
 sprint 
2010 21 6 7 Gold
2014 25 Bronze 4 Silver 5
2018 29 suspended: not allowed to compete

World Championship results[edit]

  • 14 medals – (10 gold, 2 silver, 3 bronze)
 Year   Age   10 km 
individual
 15 km 
 skiathlon 
 30 km 
mass start
 Sprint   4 × 5 km 
 relay 
 Team 
 sprint 
2007 18 Bronze
2009 20 10 6 4 4
2011 22 4 Bronze Gold Gold
2013 24 Gold Silver Bronze Gold
2015 26 27 Gold Gold Gold
2017 28 suspended: not allowed to compete
2019 30 Gold Gold Gold Silver

Sponsors[edit]

Her sponsors are (as of 13 October 2016) Tag Heuer, Huawei, Isklar and Eger.[25]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Norway Olympic Team and Media Guide Sochi 2014. Norway: Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sports. 2014. p. 48.
  2. ^ Berg, Stein (6 September 2008). "Johaug i Nansen". Østlendingen (in Norwegian). Archived from the original on 24 January 2010. Retrieved 21 July 2009.
  3. ^ Therese Johaug at the International Ski Federation
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  14. ^ Tingve, Joachim Baardsen Pål Marius (2016-10-13). "Eksklusive bilder fra det italienske apoteket stiller nye spørsmål til skandalelegens Johaug-forklaring". Dagbladet.no (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2019-03-05.
  15. ^ Trygsl, Nicholas Bergh Tine Dommerud Henning Carr Ekroll Sindre. "Vi kjøpte Johaug-kremen i Italia - ble møtt med denne dopingadvarselen". Aftenposten (in Norwegian Bokmål). Retrieved 2019-03-06.
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  17. ^ "- Fredrik Bendiksen tilbake på Olympiatoppen". Nettavisen (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2019-03-05.
  18. ^ Fredrik Østberg Sandberg et al (19 October 2016) Therese Johaug suspendert i to måneder Dagbladet
  19. ^ "– Bendiksen jobbet åtte år for Pfizer, som produserer salven". www.abcnyheter.no (in Norwegian). 2016-10-17. Retrieved 2019-03-05.
  20. ^ Bergh, Nicholas; Ekel, reas Bakke Foss Halvor. "Johaug gikk over fire måneder uten å bli dopingtestet". Aftenposten (in Norwegian Bokmål). Retrieved 2019-03-05.
  21. ^ FIS Appeals Johaug Decision, Seeking Longer Sanction (FasterSkier ,March 7th, 2017)
  22. ^ Norway skier Johaug's doping ban too short, says FIS (TheLocal.no, March 8th, 2017)
  23. ^ Court of Arbitration for Sport (22 August 2017) THE COURT OF ARBITRATION FOR SPORT (CAS) DECISION IN THE CASE OF THERESE JOHAUG: 18-MONTH SUSPENSION CAS
  24. ^ "Therese Johaug". FIS-Ski. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 4 January 2016.
  25. ^ http://kampanje.com/markedsforing/2016/10/hovedsponsor-slar-ring-rundt-johaug/

External links[edit]

Media related to Therese Johaug at Wikimedia Commons