List of Multiple Winners At the Holmenkollen Ski Festival
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List of Multiple Winners At the Holmenkollen Ski Festival

The Holmenkollen ski festival has taken place on an almost annual basis since 1892. This article presents a list of multiple winners in current and former events.

Current events

Men's 50 km

Debuted 1898

Multiple-time winners
Winner Country Years
Six-time winners
Thorleif Haug  Norway 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1923, 1924
Five-time winners
Lauritz Bergendahl  Norway 1910, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915
Four-time winners
Elling Rønes  Norway 1906 (40 km), 1907, 1908, 1916
Three-time winners
Veikko Hakulinen  Finland 1952, 1953, 1955
Sverre Stensheim  Norway 1959, 1960, 1961
Oddvar Brå  Norway 1975, 1979, 1981
Thomas Wassberg  Sweden 1980, 1982, 1987
Vegard Ulvang  Norway 1989, 1991, 1992
Two-time winners
Paul Braaten  Norway 1900 (30 km), 1901 (30 km)
Karl Hovelsen  Norway 1902, 1903
Sven Utterström  Sweden 1929, 1930
Nils Karlsson ("Mora-Nisse")  Sweden 1947, 1951
Arto Tiainen  Finland 1964, 1965
Pål Tyldum  Norway 1969, 1972
Gerhard Grimmer  East Germany 1970, 1971
Gunde Svan  Sweden 1986, 1990
Alexey Prokurorov  Russia 1993, 1998
Andrus Veerpalu  Estonia 2003, 2005
Anders Södergren  Sweden 2006, 2008
Petter Northug  Norway 2010, 2011
Martin Johnsrud Sundby  Norway 2016, 2017
Alexander Bolshunov  Russia 2019, 2020

Men's nordic combined

Debuted 1892. Sprint event debuted in 1997. 10 km event since 2010, unless else noted.

Multiple-time winners
Winner Country Years
Seven-time winners
Bjarte Engen Vik  Norway 1996, 1997x2 (Individual, Sprint), 1998 (Individual), 1999 (Individual), 2000x2 (Individual, Sprint)
Five-time winners
Lauritz Bergendahl  Norway 1910, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915
Johan Grøttumsbråten  Norway 1923, 1926, 1928, 1929, 1931
Rauno Miettinen  Finland 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1978
Four-time winners
Georg Thoma  West Germany 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966
Akito Watabe  Japan 2012 (normal hill), 2015, 2017, 2018
Three-time winners
Thorleif Haug  Norway 1919, 1920, 1921
Oddbjørn Hagen  Norway 1932, 1934, 1935
Simon Slåttvik  Norway 1948, 1950, 1951
Sverre Stenersen  Norway 1955, 1956, 1959
Gunder Gundersen  Norway 1952, 1959, 1960
Ulrich Wehling  East Germany 1975, 1976, 1977
Ronny Ackermann  Germany 2002 (Individual), 2003 (Sprint), 2004 (Individual)
Hannu Manninen  Finland 2002 (Sprint), 2004 (Sprint), 2005 (Sprint)
Jason Lamy Chappuis  France 2010, 2011 (large hill), 2015
Two-time winners
Thorvald Hansen  Norway 1905, 1909
Otto Aasen  Norway 1917, 1918
Harald Økern  Norway 1922, 1924
Hans Vinjarengen  Norway 1930, 1933
Olaf Hoffsbakken  Norway 1936, 1939
Emil Kvanlid  Norway 1938, 1940
Tom Sandberg  Norway 1974, 1982
Hermann Weinbuch  West Germany 1985, 1987
Trond Einar Elden  Norway 1989, 1991
Felix Gottwald  Austria 2001, 2003 (Individual)
Petter Tande  Norway 2006 (Individual), 2008 (Sprint)
Eric Frenzel  Germany 2011 (normal hill), 2013
Jarl Magnus Riiber  Norway 2016, 2019

Women's 30 km

Debuted 1988

Multiple-time winners
Winner Country Years
Seven-time winners
Marit Bjørgen  Norway 2005, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018
Four-time winners
Therese Johaug  Norway 2011, 2013, 2016, 2019
Three-time winners
Larisa Lazutina  Russia 1995, 1998, 2001
Yuliya Chepalova  Russia 1999, 2004, 2006
Two-time winners
Stefania Belmondo  Italy 1997, 2002

Men's ski jumping

Debuted 1933

Multiple time winners
Winner Country Years
Five-time winners
Adam Ma?ysz  Poland 1996, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007
Three-time winners
Simon Ammann   Switzerland 2002, 2007, 2010
Reidar Andersen  Norway 1936, 1937, 1938
Severin Freund  Germany 2014, 2015x2 (2x large hill)
Arne Hoel  Norway 1948, 1951, 1959
Two-time winners
Torbjørn Falkanger  Norway 1949, 1950
Helmut Recknagel  East Germany 1957, 1960
Bjørn Wirkola  Norway 1966, 1967
Vladimir Belussov  Soviet Union 1968, 1970
Ingolf Mork  Norway 1971, 1972
Matti Nykänen  Finland 1982, 1985
Jens Weißflog  East Germany 1989, 1990

Women's ski jumping

Debuted in 2000.

Multiple time winners
Winner Country Years
Five-time winners
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz  Austria 2000, 2001, 2003, 2011, 2019
Three-time winners
Sara Takanashi  Japan 2015, 2016, 2017
Two-time winners
Anette Sagen  Norway 2004, 2005
Sarah Hendrickson  United States 2012, 2013

Men's biathlon

Debuted 1984

Multiple-time winners
Winner Country Years
Ten-time winners
Martin Fourcade  France 2010x2 (Sprint, Pursuit), 2013 (Pursuit), 2014 (Mass Start), 2015 (Individual), 2016x3 (Sprint, Pursuit, Individual), 2017 (Mass Start), 2018 (Pursuit)
Eight-time winners
Sven Fischer  Germany 1995x2 (Individual, Sprint), 1999x2 (Individual, Sprint), 2001 (Mass Start), 2002 (Pursuit), 2004x2 (Individual, Pursuit)
Seven-time winners
Ole Einar Bjørndalen  Norway 2003 (Pursuit), 2004 (Sprint), 2006x3 (Sprint, Pursuit, Mass Start), 2007x2 (Pursuit, Mass Start)
Five-time winners
Raphaël Poirée  France 2000 (Mass Start), 2002 (Mass Start), 2004x2 (Pursuit, Mass Start), 2007 (Individual)
Johannes Thingnes Bø  Norway 2016 (Mass Start), 2017 (Sprint), 2019x3 (Sprint, Pursuit, Mass Start)
Three-time winners
Frank Luck  Germany 1999 (Pursuit), 2000 (Pursuit), 2002 (Sprint)
Frode Andresen  Norway 2000 (Sprint), 2001x2 (Sprint, Pursuit)
Emil Hegle Svendsen  Norway 2011x2 (Pursuit, Mass Start), 2012 (Mass Start)
Two-time winners
Peter Angerer  West Germany 1984 (Individual), 1985 (Individual)
Frank-Peter Roetsch  East Germany 1985 (Sprint), 1988 (Sprint)
Valeriy Medvedtsev  Soviet Union 1986x2 (Individual, Sprint)
Viktor Maigourov  Russia 1996x2 (Sprint, Pursuit)
Arnd Peiffer  Germany 2012 (Pursuit), 2015 (Sprint)

Women's biathlon

Debuted 1988

Multiple-time winners
Winner Country Years
Six-time winners
Anastasiya Kuzmina  Slovakia 2011 (Pursuit), 2014x2 (Pursuit, Mass Start), 2018 (Sprint), 2019x2 (Sprint, Pursuit)
Five-time winners
Olena Zubrilova  Ukraine until 2001/ Belarus since 2002 1999x5 (Individual, Sprint, Pursuit, Mass Start), 2002 (Mass Start)
Magdalena Neuner  Germany 2007x2 (Mass Start, Pursuit), 2011 (Sprint), 2012x2 (Sprint, Pursuit)
Four-time winners
Magdalena Forsberg  Sweden 1995 (Individual), 2000 (Pursuit), 2001 (Pursuit), 2002 (Pursuit)
Liv Grete Skjelbreid  Norway 2000x2 (Sprint, Mass Start), 2001 (Sprint), 2004 (Mass Start)
Darya Domracheva  Belarus 2011 (Mass Start), 2014 (Sprint), 2015 (Sprint), 2018 (Pursuit)
Three-time winners
Uschi Disl  Germany 1995 (Sprint), 1996x2 (Sprint, Pursuit)
Martina Glagow  Germany 2003 (Pursuit), 2004 (Individual), 2006 (Sprint)
Simone Hauswald  Germany 2010x3 (Sprint, Pursuit, Mass Start)
Tora Berger  Norway 2013x3 (Sprint, Pursuit, Mass Start)
Two-time winners
Sandrine Bailly  France 2003 (Sprint), 2004 (Pursuit)
Olga Pyleva  Russia 2004x2 (Sprint, Pursuit)
Andrea Henkel  Germany 2007 (Sprint), 2012 (Mass Start)
Marie Dorin Habert  France 2016x2 (Individual, Mass Start)
Mari Laukkanen  Finland 2017x2 (Sprint, Pursuit)
Tiril Eckhoff  Norway 2016 (Sprint), 2017 (Pursuit)

Discontinued events

Men's 18 km

Competed 1933-40, 1946-55.

Multiple-time winners
Winner Country Years
Two-time winners
Arne Rustadstuen  Norway 1934, 1935

Men's 15 km

Competed 1954-85, 1994.

Multiple-time winners
Winner Country Years
Five-time winners
Juha Mieto  Finland 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978
Three-time winners
Eero Mäntyranta  Finland 1962, 1964, 1968
Two-time winners
Hallgeir Brenden  Norway 1956, 1963
Harald Grønningen  Norway 1960, 1961
Magne Myrmo  Norway 1970, 1972
Thomas Wassberg  Sweden 1979, 1985

Women's 5 km

Competed 1966-69, 1972-82, 1991.

Multiple-time winners
Winner Country Years
Three-time winners
Marjatta Kajosmaa  Finland 1969, 1972, 1973
Two-time winners
Hilkka Kuntola  Finland 1977, 1980

Women's 10 km

Competed 1954-83, 1986.

Multiple-time winners
Winner Country Years
Four-time winners
Marjatta Kajosmaa  Finland 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973
Two-time winners
Alevtina Kolchina  Soviet Union 1961, 1963
Klavdija Bojarskikh  Soviet Union 1965, 1966
Toini Gustafsson  Sweden 1967, 1968
Galina Kulakova  Soviet Union 1970, 1979

Women's 20 km

Competed 1981-85, 1987.

Multiple-time winners
Winner Country Years
Two-time winners
Brit Pettersen  Norway 1983, 1987
Anette Bøe  Norway 1984, 1985

References


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