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Klæbo surrenders to the Norwegian Ski Association

The Norwegian cross-country skiing star Johannes Høsflot Klæbo has accepted one of the Norwegian Ski Association’s demands and expects the representation agreement to be signed soon.

Photo: Tomi Hänninen/Bildbyrån

Johannes Høsflot Klæbo (NOR)

Klæbo is tired of being labeled as money-focused, and the 26-year-old has now decided to remove the Uno-X logo from the National Team’s suit and will thus accept the offer he received from the Norwegian Ski Association’s Sports Director Espen Bjervig (via news media) on Wednesday. Therefore, he expects that a representation agreement will now be signed.

“The negotiations have not been about money, and I have contributed a lot to the community, and I plan to continue doing so. It is a very important part for me,” says Johannes Høsflot Klæbo in a press release.

Klæbo read about the offer on Wednesday afternoon in interviews with sports director Espen Bjervig in various media. He came to Dagbladet with a concrete offer.

The same offer was an option in May, but the parties wanted to negotiate further on a more long-term option. It was an option that the parties had not been able to agree on.

The Norwegian skier has informed the Norwegian Ski Association via manager and father Haakon Klæbo about the decision with the removed logo. They now expect a positive response from the Association.

If the Norwegian Ski Federation accepts this arrangement, everything will be ready for the World Cup premiere in Ruka on November 24 for Johannes Høsflot Klæbo.

“I have always been clear that I want to compete in the World Cup, and I hope this will make it a reality,” says Johannes Høsflot Klæbo.

“The worst thing about the negotiation process has been all the claims of greed and that it has been about money. And claims that I have opposed the cooperation. Because that is completely wrong, this has certainly not been about money,” says Johannes Høsflot Klæbo.

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