Therese Alshammar

Therese Alshammar

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Malin Therese Alshammar (born 26 August 1977 in Solna Municipality, Stockholm County) is a Swedish swimmer who has won three Olympic medals, 25 World Championship medals, and 43 European Championship medals. Standing at 1.80 m, she is a specialist of short races in freestyle and butterfly. She is coached by former Swedish swimmer Johan Wallberg.


Alshammar was born in Solna 1977, daughter to 7th placed Olympic breaststroke swimmer Britt-Marie Smedh She started swimming in the team of Sundbybergs IK.

At the beginning of her career she was a backstroke swimmer and in 1991, the year Alshammar turned 14, she won her first national short course title on 50 m backstroke at the 1991 Swedish Short Course Swimming Championships. The year after, when she was 14 years old, she won her first national long course senior title, 100 m backstroke at the 1992 Swedish Swimming Championships representing Järfälla SS.

Alshammar was a part of the Swedish team in 1993 European Championships in Sheffield, finishing fourth in the 100 m backstroke final, and in the inaugural World Short Course Championships in Palma de Mallorca. In Palma de Mallorca she...
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