Swedish Individual Speedway Championship

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Swedish Individual Speedway Championship
Sport Motorcycle speedway
Founded1949
Most titles Ove Fundin (9)

The Swedish Individual Championship is a competition for Swedish Speedway riders, held each year to determine the Swedish national champion. [1] [2] [3] [4]

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Previous winners

YearVenueWinnersRunner-up3rd place
1949 Stockholm Olle Nygren Sune Karlsson Einar Lindqvist
1950 Stockholm Helge Brinkeback Eskil Carlsson Linus Eriksson
1951 Stockholm Helge Brinkeback Göte Olsson Sune Karlsson
1952 Stockholm Göte Olsson Sune Karlsson Bert Lindarw
1953 Stockholm Göran Norlén Bert Lindarw Olle Heyman
1954Final not staged
1955 Stockholm Rune Sörmander Olle Nygren Ove Fundin
1956 Gothenburg Ove Fundin Lars Pettersson Per Olof Söderman
1957 Stockholm Ove Fundin Per Olof Söderman Rune Sörmander
1958 Stockholm Rune Sörmander Olle Nygren Ove Fundin
1959 Gothenburg Rune Sörmander Ove Fundin Olle Nygren
1960 Stockholm Ove Fundin Björn Knutsson Curt Nyqvist
1961 Stockholm Björn Knutsson Leif Larsson Rune Sörmander
1962 Gothenburg Ove Fundin Göte Nordin Sören Sjösten
1963 Stockholm Björn Knutsson Göte Nordin Sören Sjösten
1964 Stockholm Ove Fundin Rune Sörmander Björn Knutsson
1965 Stockholm Göte Nordin Ove Fundin Leif Larsson
1966 Stockholm Ove Fundin Sören Sjösten Bengt Jansson
1967 Gothenburg Ove Fundin Bo Josefsson Torbjörn Harrysson
1968 Stockholm Leif Enecrona Torbjörn Harrysson Hasse Holmqvist
1969 Gothenburg Ove Fundin Göte Nordin Anders Michanek
1970 Stockholm Ove Fundin Bernt Persson Anders Michanek
1971 Stockholm Göte Nordin Anders Michanek Leif Enecrona
1972 Borås Anders Michanek Bengt Jansson Bernt Persson
1973 Gothenburg Tommy Johansson Bo Wirebrand Tommy Jansson
1974 Eskilstuna Tommy Jansson Anders Michanek Tommy Johansson
1975 Gothenburg Anders Michanek Hasse Holmqvist Tommy Jansson
1976 Vetlanda Anders Michanek Bernt Persson Christer Löfqvist
1977 Kumla Bernt Persson Tommy Nilsson Sören Karlsson
1978 Eskilstuna Anders Michanek Bengt Jansson Bernt Persson
1979 Kumla Jan Andersson Lillebror Johansson Bernt Persson
1980 Eskilstuna Jan Andersson Börje Klingberg Hans Danielsson
1981 Vetlanda Jan Andersson Hans Danielsson Tommy Nilsson
1982 Eskilstuna Anders Michanek Tommy Nilsson Jan Andersson
1983 Mariestad Tommy Nilsson Jan Andersson Björn Andersson
1984 Karlstad Jan Andersson Jimmy Nilsen Ulf Blomqvist
1985 Målilla Erik Stenlund Tommy Nilsson Jan Andersson
1986 Norrköping Per Jonsson Jan Andersson Jimmy Nilsen
1987 Gothenburg Per Jonsson Jan Andersson Jimmy Nilsen
1988 Kumla Per Jonsson Roland Dannö Peter Nahlin
1989 Eskilstuna Peter Karlsson Mikael Blixt Per Jonsson
1990 Stockholm Tony Rickardsson Erik Stenlund Per Jonsson
1991 Vetlanda Peter Karlsson Peter Nahlin Per Jonsson
1992 Mariestad John Cook ( Flag of the United States.svg ) Per Jonsson Claes Ivarsson
1993 Linköping Per Jonsson Tony Rickardsson Henrik Gustafsson
1994 Västervik Tony Rickardsson Henrik Gustafsson Jimmy Nilsen
1995 Kumla Henrik Gustafsson Peter Karlsson Kenneth Lindby
1996 Hallstavik Jimmy Nilsen Tony Rickardsson Henrik Gustafsson
1997 Vetlanda Tony Rickardsson Henrik Gustafsson Peter Karlsson
1998 Hagfors Tony Rickardsson Mikael Max Peter Karlsson
1999 Norrköping Tony Rickardsson Peter Karlsson Mikael Max
2000 Målilla Henrik Gustafsson Niklas Klingberg Mikael Max
2001 Avesta Tony Rickardsson Mikael Max Andreas Jonsson
2002 Eskilstuna Niklas Klingberg Mikael Max Peter Karlsson
2003 Hagfors Stefan Dannö Stefan Andersson Mikael Max
2004 Målilla Tony Rickardsson Antonio Lindbäck Mikael Max
2005 Vetlanda Tony Rickardsson Peter Karlsson Mikael Max
2006 Motala Andreas Jonsson Antonio Lindbäck Fredrik Lindgren
2007 Kumla Andreas Jonsson Jonas Davidsson Peter Karlsson
2008 Avesta Magnus Zetterström Jonas Davidsson Thomas H. Jonasson
2009 Målilla Andreas Jonsson Fredrik Lindgren Thomas H. Jonasson
2010 Målilla Andreas Jonsson Fredrik Lindgren Magnus Zetterström
2011 Målilla Andreas Jonsson Fredrik Lindgren Antonio Lindbäck
2012 Vetlanda Daniel Nermark Andreas Jonsson Thomas H Jonasson
2013 [5] Vetlanda Andreas Jonsson Jonas Davidsson [6] Peter Ljung [6]
2014 Norrköping Thomas H Jonasson Kim Nilsson Fredrik Lindgren
2015 Hallstavik Antonio Lindbäck Andreas Jonsson Peter Ljung
2016 Hallstavik Andreas Jonsson Antonio Lindbäck Kim Nilsson
2017 Avesta Antonio Lindbäck Fredrik Lindgren Kim Nilsson
2018 Eskilstuna Fredrik Lindgren Oliver Berntzon Peter Ljung
2019 Hallstavik Jacob Thorssell Andreas Jonsson Kim Nilsson
2020 Malilla Jacob Thorssell Oliver Berntzon Pontus Aspgren
2021 Malilla Fredrik Lindgren Pontus Aspgren Oliver Berntzon

Medals classification

PosRiderTotal Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg
1. Ove Fundin 13922
2. Tony Rickardsson 1082
3. Andreas Jonsson 11731
4. Anders Michanek 9522
5. Jan Andersson 9432
6. Per Jonsson 8413
7. Rune Sörmander 6312
8. Fredrik Lindgren 7241
9. Peter Karlsson 9234
10. Antonio Lindbäck 6231
11. Göte Nordin 523
12. Henrik Gustafsson 6222
13. Björn Knutsson 4211
14. Helge Brinkeback 22
Jacob Thorssell 22
16. Tommy Nilsson 5131
17. Bernt Persson 6123
18. Olle Nygren 4121
19. Jimmy Nilsen 5113
20. Niklas Klingberg 211
Erik Stenlund 211
Göte Olsson 211
23. Thomas H. Jonasson 413
24. Tommy Jansson 312
25. Magnus Zetterström 211
26. Daniel Nermark 11
Stefan Dannö 11
John Cook ( Flag of the United States.svg )11
Tommy Johansson 11
Leif Enecrona 11
Göran Norlén 11

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