|Tom Aage Aarnes|
|Born||25 January 1977|
|World Cup career|
Tom Aage Aarnes (born 25 January 1977) is a Norwegian former ski jumper.
In the World Cup he finished once among the top 30, with a 23rd place from Lillehammer in November 1998. He also competed in Zakopane in January 1998, Engelberg in January 1999 and Iron Mountain in February 2000.He represented the club Eidsvold IF and Kollenhopp.
On 23 September 2001 he tested positive for amphetamine and amphetamine metabolites. He was suspended from his sport from December 2001 to December 2003.He currently resides in Bø i Telemark.
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Events in the year 1917 in Norway.
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Per Jorsett was a Norwegian freelance sports reporter, sport historian and sports shooter. He reported for Sportsmanden from 1945 to 1961, and for the newspapers Dagbladet and Nationen. He had commissions for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation from 1947 to 1991, often along with fellow reporter Knut Bjørnsen. Among his books are Norges skytterkonger, Hvem er hvem i norsk idrett and books on the Olympic Games.
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