Name: Alexandra Rud
Classification: Youth Team
Height: 5-9
Hometown: Oslo, Norway
High School: Wang Sports Academy, Oslo
Team/Club: Wang/Fossum in Norway and Duluth Biathlon in the US
World Championship Experience
  • 2022 Youth World Championships (Soldier Hollow, Utah): 41st in individual / 50th in sprint / 48th in pursuit / 11th in youth women's relay (w/ Sidney Bennion & Aurora Cramer)
Other Career Highlights
  • Norwegian season opener 2021/22, Sparebank 1 Cup, Geilo, 3rd in Mass start (Women’18)
  • USBA Trials 2021, Soldier Hollow, 2nd in Pursuit and 3rd in Sprint (Youth)
  • Norwegian Summer Cup 2021, Toten, 3rd in Sprint (Women’18)
  • US National Summer Championship 2021, Vermont, 1st in Sprint and Pursuit (Youth)
  • Norwegian National Summer Championship 2020, Voss, 3rd in Sprint (Women’17)
Personal: Alexandra started skiing after moving from the US to Norway when she was 13. The year after she started biathlon and was immediately hooked on the sport...One of her best experiences in the sport was showing up for biathlon practice in her local Norwegian club after Lowell Bailey won the gold for the US in the 2017 world championships...She was awarded the Norwegian Biathlon Federation’s “Courage Award” (Mot Prisen) in 2018 for dealing with athletic adversity and development, and for role-modelling team spirit. She was also a Norwegian “Young Star” qualifier in 2018...Mom is American and dad is Norwegian, she has a younger brother (Jesper) who is also a biathlete. In the offseason she likes to connect with her friends outside the sport and likes to go tenting with friends in the Norwegian mountains. Coming home to her black lab Nora is also a big part of her day