Hilde Fenne

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Hilde Fenne biathlon
Jori Mørkve, Ragnhild Femsteinevik and Hilde Fenne 2016 (cropped) .jpg
Association NorwayNorway Norway
birthday 12th May 1993 (age 27)
place of birth Voss , Norway
Debut in the World Cup 2012
World Cup victories 3 (season)
status active
Medal table
World Cup medals 1 × gold 0 × silver 1 × bronze
EM medals 0 × gold 0 × silver 1 × bronze
JWM medals 2 × gold 0 × silver 1 × bronze
EYOF medals 0 × gold 1 × silver 1 × bronze
National medals 2 × gold 1 × silver 0 × bronze
IBU Biathlon world championships
gold 2013 Nové Město na Moravě Season
IBU European biathlon championships
bronze 2014 Nové Město na Moravě Season
IBU Biathlon Junior World Championships
gold 2012 Kontiolahti sprint
gold 2012 Kontiolahti Season
bronze 2012 Kontiolahti singles
Olympic rings European Youth Olympic Festival
silver 2011 Liberec Mixed relay
bronze 2011 Liberec sprint
Norwegian Ski Association Norwegian championships
gold 2011 Bardufoss Season
silver 2011 Målselv persecution
gold 2019 Ål singles
World Cup balance
 Podium placements 1. 2. 3.
Season 3 0 0
last change: February 15, 2013

Hilde Fenne (born May 12, 1993 in Voss ) is a Norwegian biathlete .

Fenne in Oberhof in January 2018

Hilde Fenne lives in Vossavangen . Her parents are the former Norwegian biathletes Helga Øvsthus and Gisle Fenne , and her brother Thomas was also a successful junior biathlete. She made her international debut at the 2010 Biathlon Junior World Championships in Torsby , where she was 17th in the individual, 20th in the sprint and 15th in the pursuit. At the Norwegian Championships 2011 in Bardufoss , she won the relay race for the Hordaland region with Birgitte Røksund and Jori Mørkve and was second in the pursuit race in Målselv behind Tora Berger . She celebrated her greatest successes so far at the Junior World Championships 2012 in Kontiolahti , where she won two gold medals. At the start of the 2012/2013 World Cup in Östersund, Hilde Fenne started the World Cup for the first time. Right at her first start she was able to finish 30th in the sprint and win her first World Cup points. In the pursuit race, she improved to rank 28. At the side of Fanny Horn , Synnøve Solemdal and Tora Berger, she won her first World Cup race a week later in Hochfilzen with the relay. In Ruhpolding, she again took first place with the relay. After she finished 77th in the individual race at the World Championships in Nové Město na Moravě with eight shooting errors, she was nominated again for the relay by the Norwegian team and won her first gold medal in one together with Ann Kristin Flatland , Synnøve Solemdal and Tora Berger World Championship.

At the end of the 2017/18 season , Fenne announced the end of her career as an active biathlete. At the end of March 2019, she surprisingly won the gold medals in the individual race over 15 km at the Norwegian Championships . In changing wind conditions with strong gusts, Fenne won the race despite six missed shots. In winter 2019/20 she returned to the IBU Cup as an active biathlete and set the fastest time in the third race of the winter, the pursuit race in Sjusjøen.

Biathlon World Cup placements

The table shows all placements (depending on the year, including the Olympic Games and World Championships).

  • 1st - 3rd Place: Number of podium placements
  • Top 10: Number of placements in the top ten (including podium)
  • Points ranks: Number of placements within the point ranks (including podium and top 10)
  • Starts: Number of races run in the respective discipline
placement singles sprint persecution Mass start Season total
1st place 3 3
2nd place  
3rd place 3 3
Top 10 1 8th 9
Scoring 2 2 6th 1 9 20th
Starts 5 18th 7th 1 9 40
As of February 23, 2017

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