Lillehammer Idrettforening is a Norwegian athletics club from Lillehammer, founded on 28 May 1919. At that time city already had four different sports teams; for cross country skiing (since 1882), gymnastics (since 1892), speed skating (since 1897) and football (since 1911) respectively.
Its most prominent recent member is Morten Sand, who participated at the 2006 European Championships. Prominent former members include high jumper Astrid Tveit and long-distance runner Brynhild Synstnes.
The club hosts the Veidekkelekene, the second largest athletics meet in Norway.
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