Head 2 Head
Inspired by friend and team-mate Tiril Eckhoff, Ingrid Landmark Tandrevold bounced back fr...
A first ever IBU World Championships biathlon gold medal for Austria's women team came aft...
Marketa Davidova found the perfect day at the range to claim her first ever IBU World Cham...
Ingrid Landmark Tandrevold’s talent was obvious from her first international competitions, winning an IBU YWCH at Minsk in 2015, plus three additional medals. As a junior, she added four more medals which earned her a BMW IBU World Cup start at Khanty Mansiysk in 2016 (sprint 29th place). Tandrevold’s strong debut and continued good results earned her spot on Norway’s world Cup team and an Olympic berth at the age of 20. She claimed her first podium on the BMW IBU World Cup circuit with second in the 2019 Ruhpolding mass start. That same season, Tandrevold won the sprint Silver medal as well as a relay Gold medal at the IBU World Championships in Oestersund. The 2019/20 season found her at another level, adding four more BMW IBU World Cup podiums, a personal best 82% shooting average, a second IBU WCH Relay Gold medal and 7th in the World Cup Total Score.
Tandrevold, although a hard-nosed competitor in the stadium shares the same fun-loving attitude as her podcast partner Tiril Eckhoff, always up for a good laugh, never taking life too seriously.