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Swedish national team skier joins forces with Team Eksjöhus

Swedish national team skier Eric Rosjö is set to embark on a dual journey during the upcoming 2023/2024 winter season. In addition to his responsibilities with the Swedish national team, Rosjö has become a part of Team Eksjöhus.

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Hailing from Jönköping, Eric Rosjö is a 25-year-old Swedish talent who has made a name for himself with his exceptional skiing prowess. Last winter, he showcased his talents on the world stage, representing Sweden in both the skiathlon and the 50km events at the World Championships.

Notably, he clinched a remarkable victory during the season premiere in Bruksvallarna, setting the stage for an incredible season. As the winter sports turns its attention to the snowy tracks of Vålådalen this week, Rosjö is gearing up for another season of intense competition. This time, he’ll be doing so as a key member of the Swedish national team. However, his ambitions extend beyond traditional cross-country skiing and the World Cup. Rosjö is eager to don the Team Eksjöhus colors again and participate in Ski Classics races.

“I have raced for Team Eksjöhus before and think I have performed well there. I like longer classic-style races and look forward to experiencing new environments, being around a great group, and racing races I’m not used to. There are good opportunities to combine the World Cup and Ski Classics this season, especially in the later part of the season,” says Rosjö in a press release from Team Eksjöhus.

What makes this partnership even more remarkable is the geographical connection. Born and raised in Jönköping, Eric Rosjö finds it heartwarming to represent a team with its roots in Småland, not far from his area. Team Eksjöhus, known for its high-performance culture and professional organization, is a perfect match for this rising star in the skiing world.

“From there, it’s not that far to Eksjö, and as a person from Småland, it’s nice to represent a good team that has its base in Småland,” says Rosjö. 

Marthe Kristoffersen, the Sports Director and Coach for Team Eksjöhus, is thrilled as Eric Rosjö joins the squad. “Eric fits well into the profile we need. These are skiers with high capacity and have performed on short and long distances. We are happy to bring him in as we believe he will make us even stronger.”

“It is a team with a good performance environment, professional organization, and skiers who want to move forward,” concludes the 25-year-old skier.

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