Anette Norberg

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Anette Norberg
Curler
Anette Norberg (Swedish skip-2010 Olympics).jpg
Norberg at the 2010 Winter Olympics
Born Anette Norberg
(1966-11-12) 12 November 1966 (age 47)
Härnösand, Sweden
Career
World Championship
appearances
11 (1988, 1989, 1991, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011)
European Championship
appearances
15 (1984, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1994, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009)
Olympic
appearances
2 (2006, 2010)

Anette Norberg (born 12 November 1966) is a retired Swedish curler from Härnösand.

She and her team were the Olympic women's curling champions from 2006 to 2010, having won the 2010 Women's Curling tournament in Vancouver. She led her team to victory for gold over Cheryl Bernard's Canadian team in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver becoming the first skip in the history of curling to successfully defend an Olympic title after previously winning the 2006 Women's Curling tournament in Turin over Mirjam Ott's Swiss team.

Career[edit]

Since her debut on the international circuit, Norberg has won seven European Curling Championships (1988, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2007) and three World Curling Championships (2005, 2006 and 2011). She also won silver medal at the 2001 Ford World Curling Championship and bronze medals in 1988, 1989, 1991 and 2003 World Championships. Except when she played at third for Elisabeth Högström in the team that won the 1988 European Championship, Norberg has always played the position of skip. After the retirement of her Olympic team, she put together a new team, with Cecilia Östlund, Sara Carlsson, and Liselotta Lennartsson. Norberg announced her decision to retire in April of 2013.[1]

Norberg is currently a contestant in Let's Dance 2013.

Personal life[edit]

Apart from curling, Norberg has been chief actuary at Nordea, and now leads a division at Folksam.[2] She has one son, a singer, Tobias Westman.[3][4]

Teams[edit]

Season Skip Third Second Lead
1982–83 Anette Norberg Carina Nilsson Louise Marmont Anna Rindeskog
1984–85 Anette Norberg Anna Rindeskog Sofie Marmont Louise Marmont
1985–86 Anette Norberg Sofie Marmont Anna Rindeskog Louise Marmont
1986–87 Anette Norberg Carina Westman Anna Rindeskog Louise Marmont
1987–88 Anette Norberg Anna Rindeskog
(began season as second)
Sofie Marmont
(began season as third)
Louise Marmont
1988 ECC Elisabeth Högström Anette Norberg Monika Jansson Marie Henriksson
1989 WCC Anette Norberg Anna Rindeskog Sofie Marmont Louise Marmont
1989–90 Anette Norberg Anna Rindeskog Sofie Marmont Louise Marmont
1990–91 Anette Norberg Cathrine Norberg Anna Rindeskog Helene Granqvist
1991–92 Anette Norberg Anna Rindeskog Cathrine Norberg Helene Granqvist
1994–95 Anette Norberg Cathrine Norberg Helena Klange Helene Granqvist
1998–99 Anette Norberg Cathrine Norberg Helena Svensson Anna Blom
2000–01 Anette Norberg Cathrine Norberg Eva Lund Helena Lingham
2001–02 Anette Norberg Cathrine Norberg Eva Lund Maria Hasselborg
2002–03 Anette Norberg Eva Lund
(began season as second)
Cathrine Norberg
(began season as third)
Helena Lingham
2003–04 Anette Norberg Eva Lund Cathrine Norberg Anna Bergström
2004–05 Anette Norberg Eva Lund Cathrine Lindahl Anna Bergström
2005–06 Anette Norberg Eva Lund Cathrine Lindahl Anna Svärd
2006–07 Anette Norberg Eva Lund Cathrine Lindahl Anna Svärd
2007–08 Anette Norberg Eva Lund Cathrine Lindahl Anna Svärd
2008–09 Anette Norberg Eva Lund Cathrine Lindahl Anna Svärd
Margaretha Sigfridsson
2009–10 Anette Norberg Eva Lund Cathrine Lindahl Anna Le Moine
2010–11 Anette Norberg Cecilia Östlund Sara Carlsson Liselotta Lennartsson

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sweden’s top curling star – Anette Norberg – retires". World Curling Federation. 3 April 2013. Retrieved 3 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "Anette Norberg" (in Swedish). sv:Talarforum. Retrieved 22 January 2010. 
  3. ^ "Sista stenen guld värd" (in Swedish). SVT. 24 February 2006. Retrieved 22 January 2010. 
  4. ^ Programmet visas även i. "Anette Norberg – Rumba - TV4 Play". Tv4play.se. Retrieved 2014-02-18. 

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