Johannes Thingnes Bø competes at the shooting range during the men’s 4×7.5 km relay event of the IBU Biathlon World Cup in Hochfilzen, Austria, on December 12, 2021. Johannes Thingnes Bø started training in biathlon, which involves cross-country skiing and shooting, in 2009. He would go on to win three Olympic medals and become the only Norwegian biathlete to claim gold at the Winter Games in 2018.
Johannes Thingnes Bø Height & Weight
How tall is Johannes Thingnes Bø? He is 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs around 79kg. The actor has brown eyes and light brown colored hair. Besides that, there is no information regarding Johannes Thingnes Bø’s other body measurements.
Johannes Thingnes Bø In Winter Olympics 2022
Beijing 2022 could be the 28-year-old athlete’s penultimate Winter Games, as he has plans to retire after Milano Cortina 2026, according to the Olympics website.
On day one of Beijing 2022, Bø was part of the Norwegian team that won gold in the biathlon mixed relay 4x6km.
Johannes Thingnes Bø Net Worth
Thingnes Bø is a Norwegian biathlete. He is recognized for his speed skiing, which was one of his most prominent talents early in his career.
Thingnes Bø’s shooting accuracy and ski speed have improved in recent years, allowing him to become the dominant biathlete in the World Cup men’s competition during the last three seasons.
As of 2022, his net worth is estimated to be $300k – $400k.
Johannes Thingnes Bø Girlfriend
Talking about his current relationship status, Johannes Thingnes Bø is single and unmarried. There is no news related to his current relationship.
As of now, he is not a part of controversy not involved in rumors. Moreover, he loves to stay far from such kinds of things and focus on his career.
Johannes Thingnes Bø Facts
- Thingnes Bø is the son of Klemet Bø and Aslaug Hildegunn Thingnes Bø.
- Thingnes Bø won several international medals in 2010 and 2011.
- He was born and raised in Stryn, and is the second-youngest of five siblings.
- Thingnes Bø got his first World Cup win on 14 December 2013 in the sprint and his second the day after with a win in the pursuit.
- Thingnes Bø secured his second overall world cup title with a fourth place in the pursuit, while Fourcade won the race and missed out on the overall world cup by two points.