The Norwegian national team charges the shooting shooter with a camp in Trysil.
Recently there was an unexpected drama.
Tiril Eckhoff, 28, and room mate Ingrid Landmark Tandrevold, 22, did not lock the door to their hotel room when they left for a shorter meeting. When they came back the door was locked and they had to go down to the front desk to get an extranel key, writes NRK.
"After a while, we felt that everything was not right," said Eckhoff.
The skater star, who has five Olympic medals on the merit list, and her roommate had been booked on valuables for about $ 50,000.
Among other things, a laptop.
The stars' hunt for the burglar
They contacted the police, but decided to take the hunt for the burglary on their own. Through an app on her phone, Eckhoff could see that her computer was still in the hotel.
Eventually, the police could seize a man who lived in the hotel and who was also known for the police earlier. Eckhoff and Landmark Tandrevold got back their things.
"It was damn dramatic all night," said Eckhoff.
The sniper continues:
"We were really lucky. Had it not been for the police, we'd never got back our things. It had never happened in Oslo, for example. So we are very happy now and it was a cheap lesson for us. Next time we lock the door.