Knut Moe

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Knut Moe skeleton
nation NorwayNorway Norway
birthday 5th November 1983
size 177 cm
Weight 68 kg
status resigned
End of career 2005
Medal table
NJM medals ? ×gold ? ×silver ? ×bronze
Skeleton NJMTemplate: medals_winter sports / maintenance / unrecognized
silver 2004 Lillehammer
Placements in the WC / EC / NAC / IC
Debut in the World Cup January 1996
last change: January 1st, 2010

Knut Moe (born November 5, 1983 ) is a former Norwegian skeleton athlete .

Knut Moe has been part of the Norwegian national team since 2004. He was trained by Håvard Engelien . He made his international debut in 2004 at the Junior World Championships in Winterberg , where he finished 22nd. At the national junior championships he was second behind Helge Grande Stærk in Lillehammer . At the Junior World Championships 2005, which were held again in Winterberg, he reached seventh place. It was only used once for the men. In the race on the artificial ice rink at Königssee in January 2006 , Moe finished 27th and won his first and only World Cup points. He was also Norwegian champion in 2006. The Junior World Championships 2006 in Igls , where the Norwegian finished 14th, were at an early end of his career .

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