Thoresen is a Norwegian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Børt-Erik Thoresen was a Norwegian television host and folk singer.
Carl E. Thoresen is a psychologist on the faculty of Stanford University. Since 2005, he has also been a Senior Fellow at Santa Clara University.
Gunnar Thoresen was a Norwegian bobsledder who competed in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Competing in two Winter Olympics, he earned his best finish of tenth in the four-man event at Oslo in 1952.
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Hallvar Thoresen is a former Norwegian footballer. The son of former Norwegian international Gunnar Thoresen, Hallvar Thoresen was central in 1980s Norwegian football.
The Egebergs Ærespris is a prize awarded to Norwegian athletes who excel in more than one sport. The prize was created by Ferdinand Julian Egeberg, and consists of a bronze statuette modelled by sculptor Magnus Vigrestad.
The Norwegian men's national ice hockey team is the national ice hockey team from Norway that participates at the IIHF World Championships. The team is governed by the Norwegian Ice Hockey Association and is coached by Petter Thoresen.
Patrick Thoresen is a Norwegian professional ice hockey left winger who is currently playing for the Storhamar Dragons in the GET-ligaen. He resides in Hamar, Norway, where he grew up, during the off season. He has a younger brother, Steffen who's also an ice hockey player. His father Petter was one of Norway's most notable players who played at five Olympic Winter Games (1980–1994). Thoresen would follow in his father's footsteps and play in the Winter Olympics in Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014.
Storhamar Ishockey, often referred to by its initials SIL, is a Norwegian ice hockey team based in Hamar, Norway. The club currently plays in the GET-ligaen, the highest level of Norwegian hockey. The club has won seven regular season titles and seven national championships since its founding on 18 March 1957. Storhamar play their home games in the CC Amfi. The club also includes the largest junior department in Norwegian ice hockey. The team colours are yellow and blue.
Petter Thoresen is a Norwegian orienteering competitor, winner of the 1989 Individual World Orienteering Championships, the Short distance in 1993, and the Classic distance in 1997. He also has a bronze medal on the Classic distance from 1993.
Åge Hadler is a Norwegian orienteering competitor, winner of the 1966 and 1972 individual World Orienteering Championships, relay champion from 1970, and individual bronze medalist from 1968.
The Norwegian Ice Hockey Association, or Norges Ishockeyforbund (NIHF) in Norwegian, is the governing body of all ice hockey, sledge hockey and in-line hockey in Norway.
Kjetil Bjørlo is a Norwegian orienteering competitor, individual bronze medalist in the classic course at the 1997 World Orienteering Championships in Grimstad.
Jon Tvedt was a Norwegian orienteering competitor and athlete who specialized in mountain running. He died while still active in his sport.
Halden Skiklubb is a Norwegian sports club from Halden, founded on 12 January 1891. It has sections for orienteering, skiing and cycling.
Petter Thoresen is a Norwegian ice hockey coach and former player, currently serving as head coach of the Norwegian national team, where he has been in charge since May 2016. As a player, he played for Forward, Hasle/Løren, Manglerud Star, Storhamar Dragons and Vålerenga. He is the father of players Steffen Thoresen and Patrick Thoresen.
Öhlund is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Petter Thoresen may refer to:
Steffen Thoresen is a Norwegian ice hockey player. He is currently playing with the Storhamar of the Norwegian GET-ligaen.
Hovi is a given name and a surname. It may refer to:
Bærums Skiklub is a Norwegian multi sports club founded in 1885. It has sections for cross-country skiing, alpine skiing, freestyle skiing, snowboarding, biathlon and orienteering.