• Ingemar Stenmark

    Ingemar Stenmark

    Jan Ingemar Stenmark (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈɪŋː(ɛ)mar ²steːnmark]; born 18 March 1956) is a former World Cup alpine ski racer from Sweden. He is regarded as one of the most prominent Swedish athletes ever, and as the greatest slalom and giant slalom specialist of all time. He competed for Tärna IK Fjällvinden.

  • Ingemar

    Ingemar is a given name. People with the name include:

  • Ingemar Mundebo

    Ingemar Mundebo

    Ingemar, (15 October 1930 – 7 September 2018) was a Swedish politician who was a member of the Liberal People's Party and former budget and economy minister.

  • Ingemar Johansson (athlete)

    Ingemar Johansson (athlete)

    Bror Ingemar Ture Johansson (25 April 1924 – 18 April 2009) was a Swedish race walker who won a silver medal in the 10 km at the 1948 Summer Olympics. He was also an accomplished speed skater.

  • Ingemar Backman

    Ingemar Backman (born 1 April 1976 in Gällivare, Sweden ) is a professional snowboarder famous for setting the world record highest air out of a quarter-pipe (8.5 metres) in Riksgränsen, Sweden in May 1996. He participated in the 1998 Winter Olympics. The record has since been broken by Finn Heikki Sorsa who made a 9.3 metres high air at The Arctic Challenge event held in Oslo in 2001 and then again by Norwegian Terje Haakonsen who made a 9.8 metres high air at The Arctic Challenge in Oslo in 2007.

  • Ingemar Lindh

    Ingemar Lindh

  • Ingemar Vänerlöv

    Ingemar Vänerlöv (born 1944) is a Swedish Christian democratic politician, member of the Riksdag from 1998 to 2010.

  • Ingemar Franzén

    Ingemar Franzén

    Rune Ingemar Hubert Franzén (3 May 1927 – 9 February 1985) was a Swedish middleweight weightlifter who won three medals at the world and European Championships in 1954–55. He competed at the 1956 Summer Olympics, but failed to complete the press event.

  • Ingemar Andersson

    Ingemar Andersson (June 1, 1928 - July 17, 1992) was a Swedish sprint canoeist who competed in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Competing in two Summer Olympics, he earned his best finish of fourth in the C-1 1000 m event at London in 1948.

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