Tero Aarnio

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Tero Aarnio
Born (1984-04-17) 17 April 1984 (age 36)
NationalityFlag of Finland.svg  Finland
Current club information
Danish leagueGSK Grinsted
Finnish leagueAnkkurit Varkaus
Career history
2002 Rospiggarna Hallstavik (SWE)
2008GSK Grinsted
2008–2009 Berwick Bandits
2010–2013, 2017, 2020– Scunthorpe Scorpions
2011 Wolverhampton Wolves
2013 Workington Comets
2014 Glasgow Tigers
2015–2016, 2018 Newcastle Diamonds
2019 Belle Vue Aces
2019 Birmingham Brummies
Individual honours
2004, 2005Junior Finnish Champion

Tero Kalevi Aarnio (born 17 April 1984) [1] is a Finnish motorcycle speedway rider who was a member of Finland team at 2007 Speedway World Cup.

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Career details

World Championships

European Championships

Domestic competitions

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References

  1. www.lubusports.pl [ dead link ]. Retrieved on 10 March 2009.