In order to share Norwegian winter sports expertise and to support young athletes from around the world, we organize international training camps targeted to young athletes and their coaches. All training camps are organised in close corporation with the respective National Federation. In addition to the physical training, we also focus on seminars and social activities for both the athletes and the coaches. As a part of the legacy from the Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer 2016, we want the participants to “Meet, learn and share”. We also aim to involve young people from Norway in the camp as “young leaders” to give them valuable experiences in a young international environment.

Training camps 2021:

Lillehammer International Skijumping-camp for women - Digital Edition13th-15th of April 2021 Find the invitation to the camp here.

Training camps 2020:

Lillehammer Para Nordic skiing camp - digital edition 22th - 25th of NovemberInvitationRegistration form

Foto: Gisle Johnsen/VM 2021

Lillehammer International Nordic Combined Camp for women 8th-11th of September 2020 Due to the coronavirus, the camp was organized digitally in 2020. You can find recordings from all camp days here.

Lillehammer Youth Curling Camp 2th - 7th of August Due to the corona-virus, the camp was organized digital in 2020. You can find recordings from all camp-days here.

Training camps 2019:

Lillehammer International Skijumping-camp for women 9th – 13th of September
  • The first edition organized in 2019
  • 8 different countries represented
  • Olympic Champion Maren Lundby and World Champion Sarah Hendrickson were some of the contributors
  • Organized in close cooperation with the Norwegian Ski Federation

Lillehammer Youth Curling Camp 11th-17th of August
  • The second edition in 2019
  • 7 different countries represented in the 2019-edition
  • Organized in close cooperation with the Nordic Junior Curling Tour and the Norwegian Curling Federation

“I think having these kinds of curling camps around the world is so important”

Olympic Champion Kaitlyn Lawes from Canada visited the camp in 2019

Lillehammer International Sliding Camp 15th-18th August
  • The first edition in 2019 with Nordic countries
  • Organized in close cooperation with the the Norwegian Luge, Bob and Skeleton Federation

Equinor International Junior Camp 6th-13th August:
  • A Cross country skiing training camp organized together with the Norwegian Ski Federation
  • Over 160 athletes and coaches
  • 21 countries represented in 2019
  • Olympic Champions like Astrid Jacobsen and Johannes Høsflot Klæbo were some of the contributors

I think camps like this is really important because we need to share ideas and as a small nation we don’t have the support someway like Norway has. We can learn so much from all of the other nations that are here. I know that the athletes benefit, but then as an coach I also really benefit from learning for other coaches”

Katy Homyer, coach from Great Britain

Lillehammer Youth Development Session 22th October
  • Connected to the qualification competitions inside Monobob and Skeleton before the Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne 2020.
  • About 80 athletes from almost 20 different nations attended the seminar where we had workshops around Olympic values, lectures and social activities.