In the 1980's Anette Bøe was a member of the Norwegian cross-country ski team. Her first international medal was won during the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid. She continued competing in the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships where she won 3 Gold, 2 Silver, and 1 Bronze medal. In 1989 she retired from Skiing, to focus on raising her family.
Anette enjoys teaching and helping skiers of all levels improve their cross-country skiing. Regardless of the level, Anette will help you by focusing on the fundamentals of nordic skiing in both classic and skating.
In her free time, Anette enjoys traveling the world seeking any adventure. Whether she is mountain biking, kayaking, randonee skiing, or hiking. She is always on the move. You can check out some of her adventures.