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  • Sverige:s Top-10 T&F Athletes of 2007 (Friidrott.se)

    1. Carolina Klüft (2:nd in 2006)
    2. Stefan Holm (6:th in 2006)
    3. Sanna Kallur (4:th in 2006)
    4. Mustafa Mohamed (10:th in 2006)
    5. Johan Wissman (8:th in 2006)
    6. Christian Olsson (1:st in 2006)
    7. Kajsa Bergqivst (3:rd in 2006)
    8. Magnus Arvidsson (NR in 2006)
    9. Linus Thörnblad (5:th in 2006)
    10. Emma Green (NR in 2006)

    Jury: Thomas Engdahl, Jonas Hedman, Lennart Julin, Göran Lenz, Lorenzo Nesi, Anders Rydén, Hasse Sjögren, Johan Storåkers, Fredrik Trahn and Mats Åkerlind.

  • #2
    Speaking of Sanna (and Jenny):

    Hurdle trainer Karin Torneklint in Falun, is going to get an increased responsibility for training Sanna and Jenny Kallur, along with previous Swedish 200m record-holder Torbjörn Eriksson. They are breaking off the work they were doing long-distance with Agne Bergvall, who is located in Växjö.

    http://www.newsdesk.se/view/pressreleas ... lur-187426

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    • #3
      I would love to visit Sweden. I got depressed the other day thinking of all the places I'd like to see but probably never will.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BillVol
        I would love to visit Sweden. I got depressed the other day thinking of all the places I'd like to see but probably never will.
        I would strongly advise you to make that a summer trip... :P

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        • #5
          Originally posted by BillVol
          I got depressed the other day thinking of all the places I'd like to see but probably never will.
          aren't you supposed to get depressed ( = suicidal ) when you get there ? :P

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BillVol
            I would love to visit Sweden. I got depressed the other day thinking of all the places I'd like to see but probably never will.
            That would be quite unfortunate. Take a connecting flight through Amsterdam to Stockholm, or Paris-Göteborg. A thousand dollars or so. This country is richly gifted with nature, with the West Coast the place to be during the summer time (just ask the Germans who invade there every year). Major athletics events in the summer time on either coast, and a place not far off the USA cultural pace.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by eldrick
              Originally posted by BillVol
              I got depressed the other day thinking of all the places I'd like to see but probably never will.
              aren't you supposed to get depressed ( = suicidal ) when you get there ? :P
              no, that's finland.

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