Torbjörn Johansson (born 23 January 1970) is a retired Swedish middle-distance runner who competed primarily in the 800 metres.He represented his country at the 1995 IAAF World Indoor Championships and 1995 World Championships.
His personal bests in the event are 1:46.25 outdoors (Helsinki 1994) and 1:47.37 indoors (Stockholm 1995).
|1989||European Junior Championships||Varaždin, Yugoslavia||11th (sf)||800 m||1:53.46|
|1994||European Indoor Championships||Paris, France||5th||800 m||1:47.42|
|European Championships||Helsinki, Finland||6th (sf)||800 m||1:46.25|
|1995||World Indoor Championships||Barcelona, Spain||8th (sf)||800 m||1:50.19|
|World Championships||Gothenburg, Sweden||26th (h)||800 m||1:48.31|
|1996||European Indoor Championships||Stockholm, Sweden||14th (h)||800 m||1:52.52|
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