Victor Ã–hling Norberg
Victor Öhling Norberg (born 22 May 1990) is a Swedish freestyle skiers. He specializes in the discipline of ski cross. His biggest success is winning the World Cup discipline rating in the 2013/14 season.
At the start of his racing career was an alpine ski racer Norberg. From December 2006 he participated in FIS races and national junior race, mainly in the disciplines of giant slalom and slalom. Notable successes he achieved none, with the exception of a victory in a FIS giant slalom in Tärnaby in November 2008. End of the season 2009/10 he moved to freestyle ski cross discipline and disputes since then only sporadically alpine ski racing.
His debut in the Freestyle World Cup had Norberg on December 18, 2010 in San Candido, where he went on place 22 and immediately won the first World Cup points. This was also synonymous with the best result in his debut season. In the course of the 2011/12 season he was able to classify only once in the points, which is why he came in the European Cup increasingly used. The breakthrough to the world class managed Norberg in winter 2012/13. With third place in San Candido on December 23, 2012 he succeeded the first World Cup podium. After another third place in Grasgehren he won on February 19, 2013 at the Sochi Olympic rehearsal. Disappointing the World Cup 2013 in Voss, where he already retired by fall in qualifying.
In the 2013/14 season Norberg stood on the podium four times a World Cup competition, one of which as the winner. In the discipline standings, he dueled with the Austrian Andreas Matt and sat down against this ultimately extremely scarce with twelve points through. At the Olympic Winter Games 2014 he classified as ninth.
- Season 2012/13: 11th overall World Cup ski cross World Cup 3
- Season 2013/14: 8 Overall World Cup, 1st ski cross World Cup
- 8 podiums, including two victories: