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Rolf Thomas Öberg is a Swedish musical personality best known as the singer in the acclaimed group bob hund. He was named, in 2000, as the country's best singer. He has gained renown for his musical depth and unique lyrics as well as extremely energetic stage presence.
The Svenska Dagbladet Gold Medal is an annual award "for the most significant Swedish sports achievement of the year". It has been awarded by a jury led by the Swedish morning paper Svenska Dagbladet since 1925. According to its statutes the Medal may be awarded in November or December to either an individual sportsperson or a team. An individual can be awarded the Medal no more than twice, and to receive a second medal, that athlete must be "regarded a class of his own".
Viktoria Helgesson is a retired Swedish figure skater. She is the 2011 Skate America bronze medalist, a five-time Nordic champion, and an eight-time Swedish national champion. She placed fifth at three European Championships. Her bronze medal at 2011 Skate America is the first Grand Prix medal by a Swedish skater.
The Swedish Figure Skating Championships are a figure skating national championship held annually to determine the national champions of Sweden.
Mats is a given name, a Scandinavian form of Matthew or Matthias, and may refer to:
Peter Johansson may refer to:
Eliza Roszkowska Öberg is a Polish-Swedish political figure who, in 2008, was elected to Sweden's Parliament, the Riksdag.
Lars Thomas Öberg is a Swedish former competitive figure skater. He is a four-time Nordic champion and a nine-time Swedish national champion (1972–80). He represented his country at the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York, and placed 14th. A competitor at multiple World and European Championships, he finished in the top ten at the 1980 Europeans in Gothenburg.
Andreas Georg Fredrik Weise is a Swedish singer, songwriter, TV host and entertainer.
Öberg is a Swedish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Nils Håkon Thomas Callerud is a Swedish former competitive figure skater. A three-time Nordic champion, he represented Sweden at the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble and at four European Championships.
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Angelica Olsson is a Swedish former competitive figure skater. She is the 2010 Nordic silver medalist and a two-time Swedish national bronze medalist. She was sent to the 2009 World Junior Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria but did not qualify for the free skate. At the 2010 World Junior Championships in The Hague, Netherlands, she placed 12th in the short program, 19th in the free skate, and 17th overall. She is the daughter of a figure skating coach, Susanne Olsson, and the elder sister of figure skater Isabelle Olsson.
Events from the year 1949 in Sweden:
Ondrej Spiegl is a Swedish figure skater. He is a two-time Nordic medalist and a two-time Swedish national champion.
Lise-Lotte Öberg, married surname: Kinding, is a Swedish former competitive figure skater. She is a three-time (1971–73) Nordic champion and a four-time (1973–76) Swedish national champion, representing Malmbergets AIF (1968–70), GF Idrott Landskrona (1971), Göteborgs KK (1972–73), and Isblommans KK (1974–76).
Hanna Öberg is a Swedish female biathlete. In 2017 she won the IBU Female Rookie of the Year Award for her World Cup debut season, with the male counterpart being awarded to her fellow Swede Sebastian Samuelsson. At the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics she won a surprising gold in the Individual, after four clean shootings. It was both the first victory and podium of her career, with her previous best being a fifth place in the world cup. She also claimed silver in the Relay, finished seventh in sprint, and fifth in both the mass start and the pursuit. Öberg repeated her Olympic success at the 2019 Biathlon World Championships on home snow in Östersund, where she again won the individual with a perfect shoot, having previously finished fourth in the sprint and fifth in the pursuit. She became the first female biathlete to win the individual World Championship title the year after taking the Olympic individual gold.