Throughout the 2018 Winter Olympics Games at Pyeongchang, Bi-athlete Hanna Oberg got two awards, one separately and one to get a Sweidish relay group.
A Day in the EveningBi-athletes, wielding both ski sticks and a weapon, can look quite intimidating, but one look at Hanna Oberg’s face and you can tell she is a sweetie till she starts hurrying at least. Swedish bi-athlete Oberg did her country proud throughout the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, revealing she is a master on her deathbed and in shooting through six biathlon events. Oberg’s success was anticipated. Back in 2012, when Oberg was only 16, she was a part of the silver trophy 3×6 relay group at Kantiolothi World Junior Championships. At 2016, at age 20, she took home a second three awards, 1 silver to get a relay along with two gold medals. Back in Pyeongchang, Oberg followed-up her 2016 victory with more medals in her very first Winter Olympic Games. On February 15, Oberg took at the 15km Individual Biathlon facing racers from Slovakia and Germany. Oberg’s triumph, with a 20-second perimeter, was because of a sharp-shooting, where she did not miss some of her 20 shots. The girls were just behind by ten minutes. Even with this success, however, Oberg was super humble about it upon both the Instagram and Twitter. On Instagram, Oberg strove to keep the attention from himself, posting a photograph of biathlete boyfriend, Jesper Nelin, that also earned a gold medal for Sweden from the guys 4×7.5km relay race. There were also lots of photographs of Oberg along with her teammates enjoying the matches off the program.