Tina Svensson

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Tina Svensson
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Tina Svensson Grønlund (born 16 November 1966, in Levanger) is a former Norwegian footballer, world champion and Olympic medalist.

She debuted for the Norwegian national team in 1990, and played 57 matches for the national team.

She received a bronze medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. [1]

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