Who’s Stina Nilsson?
Stina Nilsson, a Swedish Cross-country ski celebrity, was created in 1993, in Sweden. She started skiing after she could walk. The year later, she defended the golden medal. In third at the Tour de Ski she finished up throughout the 2016-2017 year. At the sprint, Nilsson won a gold medal from the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. She won a silver medal in the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at Pyeongchang in 4′ 5 km relay. At the exact same Winter Olympics, she won a bronze medal at the 30 kilometers classical occasion. Stina Nilsson won a bronze medal at Sochi in team sprint in the 2014 Winter Olympics. She won three silver awards from the 2015 World Championships at Falun in person sprint, team sprint and 4*5 km relay. She won a silver medal from the 2017 World Championships in Lahti in 4 km relay. Stina Nilsson won a gold medal at the individual sprint in 2012 Junior World Championships at Erzurum. She won two gold awards, one at the respective sprint plus one in 4’3.3 km relay in the 2013 Junior World Championships at Liberec. Nick-named as Silver-Stina, Nilsson loves cooking besides Cross-country skiing and she is proficient in talking Swedish. She coached at the club IFK Mora Skin Sweden under trainer Ole Morten Iversen and national level trainer Rikard Grip. In mid-2017 she had been forced to leave the national training camp and cut back her coaching workload because of a minor illness that affected her capability to train. She believes Swedish female skier Charlotte Kalla her hero and she appears for her for inspiration if she is about the slopes. Charlotte Kalla was competing at the global level because the 2003-04 year and she won the first Olympic gold medal in the 2018 Winter Olympics at the skiathlon occasion. They contend collectively in the Olympics and other contests and you can get a good deal of pictures of Nillson, Haag and Ingemarsdotter, collectively, both on and off the slopes.