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Prathin joke: - - The boss should be changed

Prathin joke: – – The boss should be changed

MIDTSTUBAKKEN (Dagbladet): Clas Brede Bråthen was greeted with love when the NM vaulting qualification was arranged at Midtstubakken last night.

Bråthen has been in conflict with the Norwegian Ski Association for a long time. Last week, it ended up with a solution. Now all parties are trying to rise from the ruins of the conflict.

For Bråthen’s role, he ended up changing his roles from sporting director to national team manager. He is now in full swing with the job. And although the struggle was brutal, it did not rob Bruthen the public mood.

Good Mood: Daniel Andre Tandy and Claes Brady Brathin in a delightful pass after last night’s qualifiers. Photo: Tori Ulrich Bratland
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When joint sprinter Jarl Magnus Reber won his qualification for the regular hill yesterday — in front of the special jumpers — Brathin replied with a smile at Dagbladet:

– Now it’s time to change the national team manager.

It must be said that Riiber is a very skilled ski jumper, especially at home in Midtstubakken in Holmenkollen. He was 0.1 points ahead of Halvor Aigner Granrod, while Oscar Petersen Westerheim was third.

Daniel Andre Tandy – who fell hard at Planica in March – came fourth. The North Mediterranean Race on the Regular Hill starts at 17.00 on Saturday.

Second place: Halvor Aigner Granrod came in second in the qualifying rounds.  Here in conversation with NRK personnel afterwards.  Photo: Tori Ulrich Bratland

Second place: Halvor Aigner Granrod came in second in the qualifying rounds. Here in conversation with NRK personnel afterwards. Photo: Tori Ulrich Bratland
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Bråthen is happy to be able to focus on future jumpers’ accomplishments. What would have been an agonizing and upsetting struggle in an Olympic year has officially been settled.

Collaboration problems between him and General Secretary Engfield Brittenburg and ski chief Eric Rosti have reached a boiling point. Then it worked.

– How does it feel to be back on the slopes?

– It’s always delicious. I enjoy it, says Bråthen.

– Do you have many questions about what happened?

– No, not really. But I received a lot of positive feedback. People express their happiness that I am with. Of course, I think that’s very nice. The national team manager says these people here are important to me and points to the jumping family that was assembled last night.

New role: Clas Brede Bråthen has changed his role from Sports Director to National Team Manager.  Photo: Tori Ulrich Bratland

New role: Clas Brede Bråthen has changed his role from Sports Director to National Team Manager. Photo: Tori Ulrich Bratland
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– How did the first week after the conflict officially end?

I didn’t use much time other than getting some leads. There are still some things that have not been clarified. But the most important thing is to make sure that everything around the jumpers is in place.

Brathin says he will not attend the opening of the World Cup in Nizhny Tagil in Russia at the end of November.

– Before Christmas, I will join Finland, Lillehammer and Klingenthal, he says.

Bad vision: There was a thick fog during qualifying in Midtstubakken.  Photo: Tori Ulrich Bratland

Bad vision: There was a thick fog during qualifying in Midtstubakken. Photo: Tori Ulrich Bratland
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Halvor Egner Granerud says he has never experienced anything quite as foggy as in Midtstubakken yesterday.

– How did you feel about Bråthen’s return after the conflict?

– That was nice. Being able to talk to him about snowboarding was amazing. There hasn’t been much of that lately when I’ve talked to him. Granrod points out that although I didn’t try to engage much, it took a lot of energy.

Daniel Andre Tandy is also happy about Bråthen’s return, apparently in his favour.

– There was a lot of non-sporting interest. There are many who say that all PR is good PR. But this was a power drain for many in the support system. Tandy says we prefer being in the papers to do well.

Fantastic: Selji Obseth was the best out of the girls.  Photo: Tori Ulrich Bratland

Fantastic: Selji Obseth was the best out of the girls. Photo: Tori Ulrich Bratland
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NM in the plain hill became a nice tradition just weeks before the World Cup started.

On Saturday evening, the winner will be chosen in the men’s and women’s categories. Sunday is the mixed team competition.

Silje Opseth won the women’s introduction last night. Anna Auden Ström beat second place with 19.8 points.

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