Anders Bardal is a Norwegian skijumper. He appeared in the World Cup in 2001 and joined the Norwegian team in Salt Lake City next year, where his jumps resulted in 27th place at the normal hill event and 25th place at the large hill event. At the team competition, the Norwegians did not make it to the finale.
He qualified for Vancouver 2010 and improved his best Olympic result by taking 18th and 22th places at the individual events. At the team competition, he was part of the team along with Tom Hilde, Johan Remen Evensen and Anders Jacobsen, and they won a bronze medal.
In 2012 he won the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup, becoming the first Norwegian to win the World Cup since 1994. A year later, at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2013, he became a world champion at the normal hill.
At the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, he won a bronze in the normal hill competition, remaining behind of Kamil Stoch and Peter Prevc. In Sochi, he was 17th at the large hill competition and 6th at the team event.
|Team Large Hill||9th|
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|Team Large Hill||6th|