Kristin Stoermer STEIRA

Kristin Størmer Steira
Languages: Norwegian, English, German and some samish
Birth place: Mo i Rana
Residence: Oslo
Skis: Madshus
Bindings: Salomon
Boots: Salomon
Education: University, Bachelor in Marketing
Marital Status: In a relationship
Hobbies: Traveling, reading and music
Ski Club: IL Forsoek
National Coach: Egil Kristiansen
Othersports: Track and field, cross-country running
Majorinjuries: had some operations, latest my achilles

    • Debut in 2001
    • At the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships, she has seven medals with two gold (4 x 5 km: 2005, 2011), two silvers (7.5 km + 7.5 km double pursuit: 2009, 30 km: 2007), and three bronzes (7.5 km + 7,5 km double pursuit: 2005, 2007; 4 x 5 km: 2007).
    • Steira finished fourth in three individual events (10 km, 7.5 km + 7.5 km double pursuit, 30 km) at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin. She has four individual career victories at various levels from 2002 to 2006.
    • In 2009 Steira extended her interests to track athletics and announced her ambition to compete in the 5000 metres at the 2010 European Athletics Championships after achieving a time of 16.02 in Norway. She lives at Drøbak near Oslo.
    • In the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, she came eighth in the 10 km pursuit.[1] More agonisingly, she achieved her fourth fourth-place Olympic finish in the 15 km pursuit, losing out on a medal by 0.1 seconds in a photo finish with Justyna Kowalczyk.[2] On February 25, 2010 Steira became an Olympic champion in the 4 x 5 km relay, racing in the third leg after Vibeke Skofterud and Therese Johaug and before Marit Bjørgen.
    • Last winter Steira finished in 6th place in the Overall World Cup standing
    • Steire took third place in the FIS Tour de Ski and additionally two individual World Cup podiums including one victory



Latest World Cup Results

1614616.03.201410 km F PursuitWC Finals, FalunSWEStage World Cup919.32
1614616.03.2014Overall StandingsWC Finals, FalunSWEWorld Cup929.54
1614515.03.2014Skiathlon 7.5/7.5 km C/FWC Finals, FalunSWEStage World Cup639.07
1614414.03.2014SP C FinalWC Finals, FalunSWEStage World Cup45
1614414.03.2014SP C QualWC Finals, FalunSWEQualification45161.30
1613909.03.201430 km C MstOsloNORWorld Cup867.73
1613202.03.201410 km FLahtiFINWorld Cup2251.39
1610301.02.201410 km CToblach/DobbiacoITAWorld Cup830.53
1607403.01.201415 km F PursuitCortina-Toblach (FIS Tour de Ski)ITAStage World Cup116.44
1607201.01.201410 km C MstLenzerheide (FIS Tour de Ski)SUIStage World Cup1837.39
1607131.12.2013SP F FinalLenzerheide (FIS Tour de Ski)SUIStage World Cup52
1607131.12.2013SP F QualLenzerheide (FIS Tour de Ski)SUIQualification52105.02
1606929.12.2013SP F FinalOberhof (FIS Tour de Ski)GERStage World Cup54
1606929.12.2013SP F QualOberhof (FIS Tour de Ski)GERQualification54108.04
1606828.12.20133 km F PrologueOberhof (FIS Tour de Ski)GERStage World Cup2446.04
1605414.12.201315 km FDavosSUIWorld Cup419.94
1604707.12.201310 km CLillehammerNORWorld Cup944.82
1604101.12.201310 km F PursuitRuka Triple, KuusamoFINStage World Cup1432.78
1604101.12.2013Overall StandingsRuka Triple, KuusamoFINWorld Cup1433.29
1604030.11.20135 km CRuka Triple, KuusamoFINStage World Cup2660.17
1603929.11.2013SP C FinalRuka Triple, KuusamoFINStage World Cup91
1603929.11.2013SP C QualRuka Triple, KuusamoFINQualification91136.28