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Ulrika Bergman

Olympic medal record
Curling
2006 Turin Women's Curling

Ulrika Bergman (born 11 June 1975 in Östersund) is a Swedish curler from Solna.[1] She is currently the alternate for the World and Olympic Champion Anette Norberg team. She was the fourth player (threw last rocks) for Margaretha Lindahl in four straight world junior championships from 1993 to 1996. Their best finish was in 1995 when they won the silver medal. In 1997, she switched throwing positions with Lindhal for their debut at the European Championships where they won a silver. Bergman has been Norberg's alternate since 2004, winning an Olympic gold medal in 2006.

Awards

  • WJCC All-star skip: 1995, 1996

References

  1. ^ "Ulrika Bergman" (in Swedish).  


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