Arild Monsen

Arild Monsen (né le 5 avril 1962) est un ancien fondeur norvégien.

Palmarès

Championnats du Monde

Épreuve / Édition Drapeau : Autriche Seefeld 1985
15km 7e
4x10km médaille d'or , Coupe du Monde Or

Coupe du Monde

  • Meilleur classement final: 11e en 1983.
  • Meilleur résultat: 4e.

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