Let children play and try fun exercises
On Saturday, June 10, you'll enjoy a family activity day with guidance and cheerleading from ski pros and experienced instructors. Specially designed for children aged 6-16. Maybe someone wants to try new activities, or have a duel against mom or one of the skiers?
Get the activity card and try the whole round. It's free to participate.
Exciting activities at six stations:
1. Laser shooting with the Biathlon Federation at the stand
2. Obstacle course with sneakers on the stadium plain
3. Roller skiing can be tried - beginner and advanced: a) Quiet area b) Obstacle course
Skis and shoes can be borrowed. Bring a helmet and gloves!
4. Run 40 m small hurdles and long jump with Barnas Bislettdag
5. Stacking machine with Holmenkollen Treningslab/Superski
6. Photo and autographs in the Fan Zone
Take photos and get autographs in the Fan Zone!
Meet Norway's biggest sports profiles and world champions from last season's World Championships.
The national cross-country skiing team will be at the arena all day to back the youngsters in the various events, cheer them on and maybe race them if they are up to it.
Selfies and autographs are readily available near the prize podium on the lawn.
Watch the national cross-country skiing and biathlon teams compete on roller skis in both individual and relay events.
The biathletes' exciting single mix relay with a woman and man on the same team, up to 30 teams in action! Top athletes such as the Bøe brothers, Ingrid Landmark Tandrevold, Vetle Sjåstad Christiansen and Sturla Holm Lægreid are expected.
In cross-country skiing, the top 50 from the prologue will compete in an explosive 9 km chase start, passing the stadium three times. The list of participants includes World Cup winner Simen Hegstad Krüger, 5-mile king Sjur Røthe, the versatile sprinter Even Northug, World Cup winner Tiril Weng, and our strong profile Ingvild Flugstad Østberg, in her first race after her comeback to the national team. Recruit skiers and the next generation of the national team will also compete in the race.
Aguility with roller skis - what is it?
In the USA, aguility has become a popular show race and form of competition. A form of competition on roller skis and a course with elements of organ tramp, slalom gates, figure 8 loops, jumps and other obstacles - in other words, an obstacle course. This will be tough - watch the relay at 16-16.30!
Relay with a woman and a man on one team, in Kollen there will be two cross-country skiing teams and two biathlon teams that will walk the course in the World Cup run-up.
The following athletes have been selected from the biathlon team:
Vetle Sjåstad Christiansen, Juni Arnekleiv, Filip Fjeld Andersen and Maren Hjelmeseth Kirkeeide.
The following athletes have been selected fromthe national cross-country skiing team:
Even Northug, Anne Kjersti Kalvåg, Sjur Røthe and Tiril Weng.
Program for the day:
Good food on the grill and Kongeveien ready for visitors
Stomachs are filled with a good mix of face painting and fun activities. Of course, a packed lunch and your own drinks can be brought into the arena, but this can also be purchased.
How to get to Holmenkollen National Arena?
We encourage as many people as possible to take the Holmenkollbanen. Get off at Holmenkollen station, from there it is 500 meters up to the stadium. Limited parking spaces are available at Holmenkollen Chapel, at the ski jump or in designated spaces at Midtstubakken.