“At home in Oslo, it’s the right place for a comeback. I’m curious what my best jumps will be enough for. It’s great to start again,” said Tande, who has one individual and three team gold medals in the World Championship in the collection at Holmenkollen. years and Olympic gold from the teams.
Tande had a serious carom on March 25, when he failed to fly in a test round before the World Cup race on the Mammoth Bridge in Planice. When he fell, he broke his collarbone and damaged his lungs, and also suffered bleeding into his brain. He spent several days in an artificial sleep at a hospital in Ljubljana.
Despite Tande’s injury, national team coach Alexander Stöckl appointed the Norwegian team for the Olympic season in April. In June, a native of Narvik started physical training and three weeks ago, he started off the bridge for the first time during training.