Johanne Killi (born 13th October 1997) is a Norwegian freestyle skier from Dombås. With 7 XG medals in 13 competition starts, Killi consistently delivers at X-Games. She's tied with Marcus Kleveland, also Dombås local, for most medals of any Norwegian athlete in X-Games history. She has tons of style and throws big lofty doubles. After missing out on most of the 2021 season with a torn MCL, she’s hungry to return to the podiums in 2022.
Check out what Johanne wears when she is killing the slopestyle scene.
What drives you?
The feeling I get when learning new tricks, and when you do your best and succeed while competing.
I was struggling with double vision for half a year after a head injury. I was skiing with it, but had to close one eye to see one jump instead of two, and to get a better depth perception.
What’s the wildest thing you’ve been part of?
My passion for skiing. I’ve always been a skier and that’s my guideline in life. The experience I have thanks to my passion makes me feel alive and I can’t imagine a life without skiing.
2023 - Killer Season
Johanne tok the 2023 Crystal Globe, winning the overall world cup. This was one of her best season so far, keeping the yellow bib all season through. Let’s go Johanne!
Stronger. Lighter. Better.
Uno-X Pro Cycling Team & Sweet Protection
Sweet Protection is one of the main partners of the first UCI Pro Cycling Team from Norway; Uno-X Pro Cycling Team. They are using our helmets, eyewear, and off-bike wear for the upcoming seasons. We are proud to support the team as they aim to make their mark in the major pelotons and compete in the prestigious Tour de France 2023.
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He got his first pair of skis in January 1999. He started skiing in Marikollen Skisenter, a small hill about 5 minutes from where he grew up, in Rælingen, Norway. His father and former ski racer, Lars Kristoffersen introduced Henrik to the sport, hooked him to training from the age of six – and he is now one of the most winning Norwegian alpinists through history. We are of course talking about Henrik Kristoffersen.