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    André Myhrer

    Professional alpine skier

    Bergsjö, Sweden

    André Myhrer is an Olympic medalist and Swedish World Cup alpine ski racer. He was born in Bergsjö, Sweden, and competes in the technical events, specializing in slalom. Myhrer made his World Cup debut in January 2004 and his first victory came at Beaver Creek, Colorado, in December 2006. Myhrer represented Sweden at the 2006 Winter Olympics, finishing fourth in the slalom. At the 2010 Olympics he was tenth after the first run of the slalom at Whistler, then had the fastest time in the second, going on to win the bronze medal. At the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, Myhrer won gold in the slalom. Myhrer has competed in 8 World Championships, winning Bronze in the Team Event in St. Moritz, 2017. Myhrer has competed in four Olympics and eight World Championships. Myhrer has won eight World Cup victories and a total of 27 podiums, mainly in slalom. He won the 2012 season title in slalom and finished eleventh in the overall standings. In the 2018 season, Myhrer ended third in the slalom cup.

    BIO

    Born: January 11th, 1983
    Country: Sweden
    KEY FACTS

    2018 Olympic gold SL
    2010 Olympic bronze SL
    2011/12 Worldcup SL title
    8 WC victories
    3 WCS medals
    4 x Olympian