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Klæbo And The Norwegian Ski Association Disagree

Johannes Høsflot Klæbo is negotiating a contract with the Norwegian Ski Association for the coming season, but the parties still don’t agree.

Photo: Kalle Parkkinen/Bildbyrån

Johannes Høsflot Klæbo will have his own altitude training camps.

Johannes Høsflot Klæbo’s contract with the Norwegian Ski Association expires on Friday, and the parties have not agreed on a new contract for the 2022/23 season.

Thus, the time begins to run out to get a new agreement for the coming season.

Manager and father Haakon Klæbo hope that the 25-year-old and the ski association will find an acceptable solution for both parties this year.

“We are not yet completely agreed with the Norwegian Ski Association, but we are approaching,” says Haakon Klæbo to Adresseavisen.

He confirms that they expect to find a solution.

“We have a good dialogue with the association, and I hope and believe that we will soon find a good solution for both parties,” says Haakon Klæbo.

Klæbo and the Norwegian Ski Association have had a contract dispute before. Lastly, in the early winter, when Klæbo found the cooperation agreement between the Ski Association and Viaplay a problem. However, the parties quickly found a solution.

On Monday, May 2, Norway will present the cross-country team for the 2022/23 World Cup season.

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