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Height  1.72 m
Name  Anna Hasselborg

Lead  Zandra Flyg
Third  Karin Rudstrom
Second  Agnes Knochenhauer
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Born  May 5, 1989 (age 26) (1989-05-05)

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Anna Hasselborg (born 5 May 1989 in Stockholm) is a Swedish curler. She is a former World Junior Champion skip.

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Anna Hasselborg, the beautiful skip of the Swedish Curling team at the winter olympics wins medal


Junior career

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Hasselborg made her international debut at the 2008 European Mixed Curling Championship, playing third for Niklas Edin, winning a bronze medal. In 2009, Hasselborg played in her first World Juniors, skipping Sweden to a 6th-place finish. At the 2010 World Junior Curling Championships, Hasselborg upset the Canadian rink skipped by Rachel Homan in the final by a score of 8-3.

Anna Hasselborg Hasselborg replacing Sidorova at 2017 WFG Continental Cup Curling

Hasselborg skipped Sweden at the 2013 Winter Universiade, leading her country to a 5th-place finish.

Women's career

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Hasselborg has now graduated from the junior level and skips her team on the World Curling Tour. She has won three tour events in her career, the 2011 Glynhill Ladies International, the 2016 Oakville OCT Fall Classic, and the 2016 Stockholm Ladies Curling Cup.

Anna Hasselborg Hasselborg Fleury deliver clutch shots to win at Canadian Open

Hasselborg skipped the Swedish national women's team at the 2014 European Curling Championships, leading her team to a 5th-place finish.


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References

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