Norwegians are said to be ‘born with skis on their feet’. During long, snowy winters, skiing was not only popular for sport and fun, but as a mode of transportation as well. It’s no surprise that skiing is the Norwegian national sport, and skiers are national heroes. Since Dale of Norway is an integral part of Norwegian history and culture, their collaboration with the National Ski Association is a natural fit. Since the 1956 Cortina Winter Olympics, Dale of Norway have outfitting the national Norwegian ski team for all Winter Olympic Games. The official sweaters, often named after the location of the event, remain popular for years afterward, making Dale of Norway well known worldwide. Recently, they have re-launched a collection of original Olympic designs. We have an Olympic sweater worth $230, for a reader to win.
Enter to win, competition closes 15th October 2020.
For more information visit www.daleofnorway.com