The Swedish Ski Association has confirmed training groups for alpine skiing next of the 2020 and 2021 seasons. The organization said they are looking for closer association across alpine skiing and ski cross, with Lars Melin becoming the national team manager for disciplines.
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Melin said “I reason we are on a good track. We work to create steadiness in our work to grow our riders. There are just slight changes made in the workout groups and we also retain the body in our training organization. We propose large training groups between the men, then we work with a singular speed organization on both the women’s and men’s side”.
“We have many subordinates on both the men’s and women’s lateral who are share of the training groups. In terms of experience, we have also understood that it works uncountable for our ski gyms to work with and grow those riders.”
The ski cross-training group will include Alexandra Edebo, Sandra Nuland, David Moberg, Erik Moberg, Elliot Barolo, and Viktor Anderson. Naslund claimed ski cross gold at the 2017 World Championships, while she topped the overall World Cup standings for the discipline for the second time this season.
Two women’s alpine skiing training groups have been established, with two-time World Championship medalist, Anna Swann-Larsson joined in a group with Charlotta Safvenberg, Emelie Wikstrom, Estelle Alphard, Magdalena Fjallstrom and Sara Hector.
Elsa Fermback, Emelie Henning, Emma Sahlin, Hanna Aronsson-Elfman, Hilma Lövblom, Joanna Lohman, Lisa Nyberg, Liv Cede, Moa Müssener-Boström and Sara Rask feature in the second training group. A speed training group will be comprised of Ida Dannewitz, Lin Iverson and Lisa Hornblad.
Gustav Lund back, Kristofer Jacobsen, Lukas Karlberg, Matthias Rontgen, Tobias Edstrom, Tobias Winding’s tad, and William Hansson will feature in the first men’s training group. Lausanne Winter Youth Olympic 2020 gold medalist Adam Hosted is included in the second men’s alpine skiing training group.