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Svenska Dagbladet Gold Medal

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Date  1925 (1925)-
Presented by  Svenska Dagbladet
Country  Sweden

The Svenska Dagbladet Gold Medal (Swedish: Svenska Dagbladets guldmedalj, but usually simply called Bragdguldet, "The Feat Gold") is an annual award "for the most significant Swedish sports achievement of the year". It has been awarded by a jury led by the Swedish morning paper Svenska Dagbladet since 1925. According to its statutes the Medal may be awarded in November or December to either an individual sportsperson or a team. An individual can be awarded the Medal no more than twice, and to receive a second medal, that athlete must be "regarded a class of his own".

Contents

1920s

  • 1925 - Sten Pettersson, athletics
  • 1926 - Arne Borg, swimming, and Edvin Wide, athletics
  • 1927 - Sven Salén, sailing
  • 1928 - Per-Erik Hedlund, cross-country skiing
  • 1929 - Gillis Grafström, figure skating, and Sven Utterström, cross-country skiing
  • 1930s

  • 1930 - Johan Richthoff, wrestling
  • 1931 - Sven Rydell, soccer
  • 1932 - Ivar Johansson, wrestling
  • 1933 - Sven "Sleven" Säfwenberg, bandy
  • 1934 - Harald Andersson, athlete
  • 1935 - Hans Drakenberg, fencing
  • 1936 - Erik August Larsson, cross-country skiing
  • 1937 - Torsten Ullman, shooting
  • 1938 - Björn Borg, swimming
  • 1939 - Sven Selånger, ski jumping and nordic combined
  • 1940s

  • 1940 - Henry Kälarne, athletics, and Håkan Lidman, athletics
  • 1941 - Alfred Dahlqvist, cross-country skiing
  • 1942 - Gunder Hägg, athletics
  • 1943 - Arne Andersson, athletics
  • 1944 - Nils 'Mora-Nisse' Karlsson, cross-country skiing
  • 1945 - Claes Egnell, modern pentathlon
  • 1946 - Arvid Andersson, weightlifting
  • 1947 - Gösta Frändfors, wrestling
  • 1948 - William Grut, modern pentathlon
  • 1949 - Gert Fredriksson, canoeing
  • 1950s

  • 1950 - Lennart Bergelin, tennis
  • 1951 - Rune Larsson, athletics
  • 1952 - Valter Nyström, athletics
  • 1953 - Bertil Antonsson, wrestling
  • 1954 - Bengt Nilsson, athletics
  • 1955 - Sigvard Ericsson, skating
  • 1956 - Lars Hall, modern pentathlon, and Sixten Jernberg, cross-country skiing
  • 1957 - Dan Waern, athletics
  • 1958 - Richard Dahl, athletics
  • 1959 - Agne Simonsson, soccer
  • 1960s

  • 1960 - Jane Cederqvist, swimming
  • 1961 - Ove Fundin, speedway, and Sten Lundin, motocross
  • 1962 - Assar Rönnlund, cross-country skiing
  • 1963 - Jonny Nilsson, skating
  • 1964 - Rolf Peterson, canoeing
  • 1965 - Kjell Johansson, table tennis
  • 1966 - Kurt Johansson, shooting
  • 1967 - The Fåglum brothers (Erik Pettersson, Gösta Pettersson, Sture Pettersson and Tomas Pettersson), cycling
  • 1968 - Toini Gustafsson-Rönnlund, cross-country skiing
  • 1969 - Ove Kindvall, soccer
  • 1970s

  • 1970 - Gunnar Larsson, swimming
  • 1971 - Stellan Bengtsson, table tennis
  • 1972 - Ulrika Knape, diving
  • 1973 - Rolf Edling, fencing
  • 1974 - Björn Borg, tennis
  • 1975 - Ingemar Stenmark, alpine skiing
  • 1976 - Anders Gärderud, athletics, and Bernt Johansson, cycling
  • 1977 - Frank Andersson, wrestling
  • 1978 - Björn Borg, tennis, and Ingemar Stenmark, alpine skiing
  • 1979 - Malmö FF, soccer
  • 1980s

  • 1980 - Thomas Wassberg, cross-country skiing (refused originally but accepted the medal in 2013)
  • 1981 - Annichen Kringstad, orienteering
  • 1982 - Mats Wilander, tennis
  • 1983 - Håkan Carlquist, motocross
  • 1984 - Gunde Svan, cross-country skiing
  • 1985 - Patrik Sjöberg, athletics
  • 1986 - Tomas Johansson, wrestling
  • 1987 - Sweden men's national ice hockey team, ice hockey, and Marie-Helene Westin, cross-country skiing
  • 1988 - Tomas Gustafson, skating
  • 1989 - Sweden national table tennis team, table tennis
  • 1990s

  • 1990 - Stefan Edberg, tennis
  • 1991 - Pernilla Wiberg, alpine skiing
  • 1992 - Jan-Ove Waldner, table tennis
  • 1993 - Torgny Mogren, cross-country skiing
  • 1994 - Sweden national football team, soccer
  • 1995 - Annika Sörenstam, golf
  • 1996 - Agneta Andersson and Susanne Gunnarsson, canoeing
  • 1997 - Ludmila Engquist, athletics
  • 1998 - Sweden national handball team, handball
  • 1999 - Tony Rickardsson, speedway
  • 2000s

  • 2000 - Lars Frölander, swimming
  • 2001 - Per Elofsson, cross-country skiing
  • 2002 - Susanne Ljungskog, cycling
  • 2003 - Carolina Klüft, athletics
  • 2004 - Stefan Holm, athletics
  • 2005 - Kajsa Bergqvist, athletics
  • 2006 - Anja Pärson, alpine skiing
  • 2007 - Anja Pärson, alpine skiing
  • 2008 - Jonas Jacobsson, shooting
  • 2009 - Helena Jonsson, biathlon
  • 2010s

  • 2010 - Swedish men's Olympic 4×10 km relay team (Daniel Rickardsson, Johan Olsson, Anders Södergren, Marcus Hellner), cross-country skiing
  • 2011 - Therese Alshammar, swimming
  • 2012 - Lisa Nordén, Triathlon
  • 2013 - Johan Olsson, cross-country skiing
  • 2014 - Swedish women's Olympic 4×5 km relay team (Ida Ingemarsdotter, Emma Wikén, Anna Haag, Charlotte Kalla), cross-country skiing
  • 2015 - Sarah Sjöström, swimming
  • 2016 - Henrik Stenson, golf
  • References

    Svenska Dagbladet Gold Medal Wikipedia


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