Top 20 Skier celebrities in Sweden

Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Skier celebrities [Updated February 7, 2023].

1. Jon Olsson

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Jon Olsson was born on August 17, 1982 in Sweden.
He is known for having invented double flips like the D-spin 720.

Net Worth 2020: $8 Million

2. Jesper Tjader

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Jesper Tjader was born on May 22, 1994 in Sweden.
He has earned sponsorship from a variety of different companies and brands including Redbull and Supervention. He was also featured on the cover of Freeskier Magazine in December of 2016. 

3. Frida Hansdotter

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Frida Hansdotter was born on December 13, 1985 in Vasteras, Sweden.
She competed for Sweden at the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympic Games. She won bronze and silver at the 2013 and 2015 World Championships, respectively.

4. Henrik Harlaut

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Henrik Harlaut was born on August 14, 1991 in Stockholm, Sweden.
He is well known for his unique skiing clothing, including baggy pants which famously fell off during a run at the 2014 Olympics.

5. Emil Stegfeldt

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Emil Stegfeldt was born on July 16, 1996 in Sweden.
He's also a passionate wakeboarder and surfer.

6. Charlotte Kalla

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Charlotte Kalla was born on July 22, 1987 in Sweden.
Sweden's Pajala Airport changed its name to Kalla International Airport in her honor following the 2014 Olympics.

7. Stina Nilsson

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Stina Nilsson was born on June 24, 1993 in Sweden.
She won a bronze medal in the team sprint relay with Ida Ingemarsdotter at the Sochi Olympics in 2014.

8. Malou Peterson

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Malou Peterson was born on May 8, 1995 in Sweden.
She is also a passionate surfer and often spends the summer traveling the world in search of waves.

9. Johan Olsson

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Johan Olsson was born on March 19, 1980 in Sweden.
He took silver in the men's 15-kilometer classical at the 2014 Olympics.

10. Ingemar Stenmark

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Ingemar Stenmark was born on March 18, 1956 in Sweden.
He was also a three-time World Championship gold medalist.

11. Hans Olsson

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Hans Olsson was born on August 27, 1984 in Sweden.
In 2011, he and his team took the bronze medal at the Garmisch-Partenkirchen World Championships. 

12. Gunde Svan

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Gunde Svan was born on January 12, 1962 in Sweden.
He won a total of 7 gold medals at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships.

13. Anja Parson

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Anja Parson was born on April 25, 1981 in Sweden.
She won 13 medals at the World Championships, including seven gold medals.

14. Anders Sodergren

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Anders Sodergren was born on May 17, 1977 in Sweden.
He won silver in the 50 kilometers at the 2003 World Championships.

15. Magdalena Forsberg

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Magdalena Forsberg was born on July 25, 1967 in Sweden.
She won women's 15-kilometer gold at the 2001 World Championships.

16. Marcus Hellner

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Marcus Hellner was born on November 25, 1985 in Lerdala, Sweden.
At the 2011 World Championships he won a gold medal in the sprint, and a silver in the 4x10 km relay.

17. Martin Lundstrom

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Martin Lundstrom was born on May 30, 1918 in Sweden.
He won gold in the 4 x 10 km relay at the 1950 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships.

18. Mattias Hargin

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Mattias Hargin was born on October 7, 1985 in Stockholm, Sweden.
He offers training tips for aspiring skiers on his personal, self-titled blog.

19. Sixten Jernberg

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Sixten Jernberg was born on February 6, 1929 in Sweden.
He won a total of nine Olympic medals.

20. Emil Jonsson

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Emil Jonsson was born on August 15, 1985 in Sweden.

Cross-country skier who has earned more than a dozen World Cup victories in sprint events since 2008. Emil Jonsson won the FIS Cross-Country Sprint World Cup in back-to-back years in 2010 and 2011.

Emil Jonsson took home bronze in the sprint event as well as the team sprint at the 2014 Winter Olympics.