Thure Lindgren

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Thure Lindgren
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Personal information
Born18 April 1921
Jukkasjärvi, Sweden
Died2 September 2005 (aged 84)
Jukkasjärvi, Sweden
Sport
Sport Ski jumping
ClubIFK Kiruna

Thure Valdemar Lindgren (18 April 1921 – 2 September 2005) was a Swedish ski jumper who won an individual silver medal in the large hill at the 1950 World Championships. [1] He finished 40th in the normal hill at the 1952 Winter Olympics. [2] [3]

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References

  1. Skispringen - Weltmeisterschaften (Herren). sport-komplett.de
  2. Thure Lindgren. sports-reference.com
  3. Thure Lindgren. Swedish Olympic Committee