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European Youth Olympics medalist joining Team Eksjöhus Academy 

Last winter, the Swedish skier came home from the European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) with two gold medals. Now, she is joining Team Eksjöhus Academy. 

Photo: Emma Wallskog/Bildbyrån

Mira Göransson, the 17-year-old skiing talent from Borås, Sweden, is joining the recently launched Team Eksjöhus Academy, where selected young skiers who focus on traditional cross-country skiing will also have the opportunity to become part of the long-distance activities. 

The Pro Team previously announced Anton Grahn, Evelina Crusell, and Joel Andersson as members; now, Mira Göransson is also joining the group.

Read More: Team Eksjöhus launches academy for the stars of the future

In a press release, Mira talks about her joy in being part of Team Eksjöhus Academy.

“I am super happy and grateful to be part of Team Eksjöhus Academy! Long-distance skiing has always been something that has interested me and which I have seen as exciting to try,” and continues:

“My biggest focus will continue to be on traditional (cross-country skiing), but I am always open to new challenges, and with Team Eksjöhus behind me, I think it will be a very fun journey.”

Pro Team Director Espen Träldal talks about Team Eksjöhus Academy and having Mira on the team:

“We feel that we have a lot to offer as they can be part of a long-distance team with the training philosophy and team dynamics that are there. We also have a lot of knowledge and a very good service team. They get a sense of belonging that is important and tools that enable them to become even better skiers,” says Espen and concludes:

“After her performances this winter, we think that Mira is one of Sweden’s most interesting talents. Really fun that such a talented girl wants to join and develop together with us!”

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