Knut Mauritz Frostad (born 4 June 1967 in Harstad, Norway) is a Norwegian yachtsman, who has participated in a broad range of world championship level sailing events, including the Volvo Ocean Race and the Olympic Games, the latter in windsurfing. He is currently CEO of the Volvo Ocean Race. In total, he has twice participated in the Olympic Games (1988 and 1992) and four times the Volvo Ocean Race; twice as skipper. In 2004, he won the Scandinavian Nokia Oops Cup and, in 2005, he finished second.

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  • Knut Mauritz Frostad (Harstad, 4 de junho de 1967) é um velejador norueguês e atual CEO da Volvo Ocean Race. (pt)
  • Knut Mauritz Frostad (born 4 June 1967 in Harstad, Norway) is a Norwegian yachtsman, who has participated in a broad range of world championship level sailing events, including the Volvo Ocean Race and the Olympic Games, the latter in windsurfing. He is currently CEO of the Volvo Ocean Race. In total, he has twice participated in the Olympic Games (1988 and 1992) and four times the Volvo Ocean Race; twice as skipper. In 2004, he won the Scandinavian Nokia Oops Cup and, in 2005, he finished second. He has a business background in management, director and advisor positions with international companies. He is a recognised motivational speaker as well, and used the race catamaran Academy for company team building and leadership training. (en)
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  • Knut Mauritz Frostad (Harstad, 4 de junho de 1967) é um velejador norueguês e atual CEO da Volvo Ocean Race. (pt)
  • Knut Mauritz Frostad (born 4 June 1967 in Harstad, Norway) is a Norwegian yachtsman, who has participated in a broad range of world championship level sailing events, including the Volvo Ocean Race and the Olympic Games, the latter in windsurfing. He is currently CEO of the Volvo Ocean Race. In total, he has twice participated in the Olympic Games (1988 and 1992) and four times the Volvo Ocean Race; twice as skipper. In 2004, he won the Scandinavian Nokia Oops Cup and, in 2005, he finished second. (en)
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