Lars Arvid Nilsen

Lars Arvid Nilsen

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Lars Arvid Nilsen (born 15 April 1965 in Notodden) is a retired Norwegian shot putter. He represented Urædd Friidrett.

He finished fifth at the 1986 European Championships, fifth at the 1987 World Indoor Championships, tenth at the 1990 European Indoor Championships, sixth at the 1990 European Championships and fifth at the 1991 World Indoor Championships. Later in 1991 he won the bronze medal at the World Championships in Tokyo with a throw of 20.75 metres, but as the silver medalist Georg Andersen was later disqualified from the competition because of using a banned substance, Nilsen was promoted to silver medal position. Nilsen's last international competition was the 1992 European Indoor Championships, where he finished seventh.

His personal best throw was 21.22 metres, achieved in June 1986 in Indianapolis. This is the current Norwegian record.

Nilsen was tested for and found to be using banned substances in 1987 and 1992, ......
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