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Team Eksjöhus Signs New 2-Year Contract with Axel Jutterström

Before the 21/22 season, Axel Jutterström joined Team Eksjöhus as a development skier with potential. A potential he soon lived up to. After his third place at Vasaloppet, he established himself as a serious contender in the long-distance circuit. Now Team Eksjöhus and Axel are extending the successful cooperation with a new 2-year contract.

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Axel Jutterström is extending his contract with Team Eksjöhus.

“I am very happy at Team Eksjöhus and look forward to continuing the collaboration. For the first time in my life, I get the opportunity to invest in the skis 100 percent. It provides a great sense of security and enormous motivation as we advance,” says Axel.

Creating a long-term project that allows young riders to invest is an important part of Team Eksjöhus philosophy. Behind the ambition to become one of the world’s best long-distance teams is a long-term plan, where stability and team spirit are essential building blocks to strengthen both skiers, service personnel, and partners.

“The fact that Axel chooses to extend his contract with us feels fantastic. We believe in him a lot for the future. His third place at Vasaloppet was surprising but showed the enormous potential he has. The fact that he chooses Team Eksjöhus we see as proof that he is satisfied with the team’s work and that we have succeeded with our ambition to create a strong team spirit while maintaining a high professional level,” says Oskar Svärd, Team Manager.

Axel, who is making his first season as a long-distance skier, highlights the professionalism and team sense of community as an important part of his progress during the season.

“Oskar, Espen, Fredrik, and the rest of the service team have given me the best conditions throughout the season. Everything from logistics to wax service has worked very well, and the atmosphere in the whole team is incredibly lovely. I’m looking forward to two more years together,” Axel said.

Next up is the classic Birkebeinerrennet, a tough race with a course profile that suits Axel. But no matter how the season ends, the 23-year-old from Mora already has the goal ready for next season.

“I’m aiming for the pink vest. If I get as good a training setup as this year and manage to stay injury-free, the ambition is to challenge Hermann (Paus) and Thomas (Ødegaarden) for the youth title next season,” Axel concludes.

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