Stina Nilsson

1993 - Today

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Stina Nilsson (born 24 June 1993) is a Swedish biathlete and former cross-country skier. She is a five-time Olympic medalist and the 2018 Olympic champion in the individual sprint. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Stina Nilsson has received more than 137,962 page views. Her biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Stina Nilsson is the 232nd most popular skier (down from 203rd in 2019), the 1,018th most popular biography from Sweden (down from 780th in 2019) and the 15th most popular Swedish Skier.

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  • 19

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  • 1.90

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Among skiers, Stina Nilsson ranks 232 out of 540Before her are Isolde Kostner, Allar Levandi, Stefan Kraft, Olga Danilova, Klaus Sulzenbacher, and André Myhrer. After her are Jean-Luc Crétier, Tina Weirather, Hubert Strolz, Anders Bardal, Heinz Kuttin, and Carlo Janka.

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Among people born in 1993, Stina Nilsson ranks 176Before her are Ryu Hwa-young, Iris Mittenaere, Stefan Kraft, Alice Merton, Nicolás López, and Zakaria Labyad. After her are Cher Lloyd, Alassane Pléa, Yoon Bo-mi, Caroline Garcia, Emiliano Rigoni, and Josef Martínez.

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In Sweden

Among people born in Sweden, Stina Nilsson ranks 1,018 out of 1,296Before her are Robert Lindstedt (1977), Mikael Dorsin (1981), Sofia Arvidsson (1984), Hanna Ljungberg (1979), Robin Bengtsson (1990), and André Myhrer (1983). After her are Emma Johansson (1983), Magnus Svensson (1969), Anette Norberg (1966), Miiko Albornoz (1990), Carl Johan Bergman (1978), and Daniel Ek (1983).

Among SKIERS In Sweden

Among skiers born in Sweden, Stina Nilsson ranks 15Before her are Jan Boklöv (1966), Anja Pärson (1981), Pernilla Wiberg (1970), Torgny Mogren (1963), Charlotte Kalla (1987), and André Myhrer (1983). After her are Anna Olsson (1976), Marcus Hellner (1985), Johan Olsson (1980), Frida Hansdotter (1985), Anna Ottosson (1976), and Markus Larsson (1979).