From Iceland — Voll Wins At Iceland Winter Games Again

Voll Wins At Iceland Winter Games Again

Published March 16, 2015

Nanna Árnadóttir
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Iceland Winter Games

Nineteen year old Norwegian, Siver Voll, took home the top prize for free skiing at the Iceland Winter Games for the second year in a row

The Iceland Winter Games, held at Hlíðarfjall in Akureyri this weekend hosted free skiers and snowboarders from 7 countries.

Had such a fun week North of the Wall | Big thanks to @icelandwintergames for throwing such an amazing event! Off to Switzerland tomorrow | Photo taken by: @nateabbott | #iwg15 #skiiceland @skiing

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In second place was 21 year old American Robby Franco and in third was 23 year old Noah Wallace, also from the US.

Had a great time out here in Iceland for the Iceland Winter Games! Excited to be heading back to Europe tomorrow morning! See you soon Switzerland! PC: @jeremypancras #laxx #euroopen #blackandwhite

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Icelanders dominated the 16 years and up Snowboarding category, with 20 year old Einar Rafn Stefánsson taking first place, Dagur Elí Guðnason in second and Sölvi Valdimarson in third.

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