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Dyvik Returning To The Swedish National Team

A year ago, Anna Dyvik chose to leave the national team and train independently. She went to the Olympics and now decided to return to the national team.

Photo: Kalle Parkkinen/Bildbyrån

Anna Dyvik is back to the Swedish National Team.

27-year-old Anna Dyvik decided a year ago that the Olympic training would be outside the national team.

She got off to a flying start to the season when she won the sprint in Gällivare and followed it up during the World Cup season by reaching the A-final in two competitions.

The performance gave her a place in the Olympics, where she was ninth in the qualifiers but then was out in the quarterfinals.

“I am very proud that I dared to go my own way outside the national team last year and very grateful to those who supported me in it. But to take another step to next winter, I think the best thing for me is to be part of the national team this year. For example, the support you get for equipment and skis in the national team is an important piece of the puzzle that I want to prioritize,” says Dyvik in a press release and continues:

“For me, it is evident what develops me as a skier and, at the same time, makes me feel good as a person. So I am very happy that the national team and I have agreed on an arrangement that suits me as a person and that they are willing to adapt certain parts of their business, so it also suits me and will continue to develop me as a skier.”

This week, the Swedish national team is at a training camp in Falun, and on Thursday, Dyvik will be on the starting line in the season’s first competition in the Smart Energy Cup on rollerskis.

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