Tillman in 1937
|Born||9 August 1915|
|Event(s)||5000 m, 10000 m|
|Club|| IF Thor|
|Achievements and titles|
|Personal best(s)|| 5000 m – 14:24.8 (1939)|
10000 m – 30:15.2 (1945)
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