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Stig Sollander

Olympic medal record
Men's Alpine skiing
Competitor for  Sweden
Bronze 1956 Cortina Slalom

Stig Oskar Sollander (born June 25, 1926 in Östersund) is a Swedish alpine skier who competed in the 1948 Winter Olympics, in the 1952 Winter Olympics, and in the 1956 Winter Olympics.

He was born in Östersund and is the father of Lotta Sollander.

In 1948 he finished 40th in the Olympic downhill event. He also participated in the Alpine combined competition but did not finished after being eliminated in the slalom.

Four years later he finished fifth in the 1952 Olympic slalom event and sixth in the giant slalom competition.

At the 1960 Games he won the bronze medal in the slalom event. In the downhill competition he finished 10th and in the giant slalom contest he finished 16th.

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