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Ola Lindgren

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Per Ola Markus Lindgren (born 29 February 1964) is a Swedish former handball player and current coach. He is the head coach for IFK Kristianstad since 2012 and was head coach for Sweden from 2008 to 2016. As a player, he won two World Championships, four European Championships and participated in four Olympic Games. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ola Lindgren has received more than 31,573 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Ola Lindgren is the 47th most popular handball player (down from 33rd in 2019), the 1,082nd most popular biography from Sweden (down from 887th in 2019) and the 4th most popular Swedish Handball Player.

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Among handball players, Ola Lindgren ranks 47 out of 304Before him are Iztok Puc, Vlado Šola, Anja Andersen, Luka Karabatic, Bertrand Gille, and Filip Jícha. After him are Heidi Løke, Mirko Bašić, Veselin Vuković, Igor Vori, Mirza Džomba, and Domagoj Duvnjak.

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Among people born in 1964, Ola Lindgren ranks 496Before him are Tetsuji Hashiratani, Zeid Raad Al Hussein, Enrico Bertaggia, Kubatbek Boronov, Tony Fernandes, and Masha Rasputina. After him are Bruce LaBruce, Sonja Sohn, Gary McAllister, Josefa Idem, Sophie B. Hawkins, and Piotr Nowak.

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In Sweden

Among people born in Sweden, Ola Lindgren ranks 1,082 out of 1,612Before him are Gösta Åsbrink (1881), Rami Shaaban (1975), Sarah Sjöström (1993), Petra Marklund (1984), Joachim Björklund (1971), and Stefan Lövgren (1970). After him are Jens Bergensten (1979), Daniel Norling (1888), Agnes Carlsson (1988), Mikael Åkerfeldt (1974), Martin Hansson (1971), and Christian Lindberg (1958).


Among handball players born in Sweden, Ola Lindgren ranks 4Before him are Magnus Wislander (1964), Staffan Olsson (1964), and Tomas Svensson (1968). After him are Jim Gottfridsson (1992), Niclas Ekberg (1988), Mattias Andersson (1978), Jonas Källman (1981), Kim Andersson (1982), Katja Nyberg (1979), Magnus Jernemyr (1976), and Andreas Nilsson (1990).