Eric Carlsén

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Eric Carlsén
Curler
Team
Curling club Sundsvalls CK,
Sundsvall
Skip Nils Carlsén
Third Eric Carlsén
Second Rickard Hallström
Lead Oskar Sjöström
Alternate Fredrik Carlsén

Eric Carlsén (born June 16, 1982) is a Swedish curler from Sundsvall, Sweden. Playing for Härnösand Curling Club, he was the Swedish national Champion for 2005 and represented Sweden as skip at the 2005 Ford World Men's Curling Championship in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.[1] His team finished 9th. He is a two time silver medalist in the World Junior Curling Championships, winning silver in 2002 and 2003.[2] He had a fifth place finish at the 2001 Juniors. In 2008 he won the Swedish Mixed Championships together with Niklas Edin, Anette Norberg and Anna Hasselborg. The win giving them the right to represent Sweden at the European Mixed Curling Championship held in Kitzbuhel, Austria. After the Round Robin they had an impressing 7-0 Record. They lost the semifinal against Germany ending up with a Bronze medal after beating Russia 6-4 in the Bronze Medal game.

His 2009-10 teammates were Per Carlsén (Skip), Nils Carlsén (Third/Second), Niklas Berggren (lead) and Mikael Norberg (lead/Third). That team won the Swedish Super League Championship 2009-2010 after defeating Niklas Edin, of Karlstad 6-5 in the final. He represented Sweden at the 2010 Capital One World Men's Curling Championship in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy where Sweden finished with a 4-7 record in 8th place.

Season Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Events
1996-97 Eric Carlsén Carl-Axel Dahlin Nils Carlsén Emanuel Allberg
1997-98 Eric Carlsén Carl-Axel Dahlin Nils Carlsén Emanuel Allberg
1998-99 Eric Carlsén Carl-Axel Dahlin Nils Carlsén Emanuel Allberg
1999-00 Eric Carlsén Carl-Axel Dahlin Nils Carlsén Emanuel Allberg
2000-01 Eric Carlsén Carl-Axel Dahlin Nils Carlsén Emanuel Allberg
2001-02 Eric Carlsén Carl-Axel Dahlin Nils Carlsén Emanuel Allberg
2002-03 Eric Carlsén Carl-Axel Dahlin Nils Carlsén Emanuel Allberg
2003-04 Marcus Feldt Sven Olsson Eric Carlsén Stefan Göransson
2004-05 Eric Carlsén Andreas Prytz Daniel Prytz Patric Håkansson
2005-06 Eric Carlsén Andreas Prytz Daniel Prytz Patric Håkansson
2006-07 Anders Hammarström Eric Carlsén Erik Westling Oskar Sjöström
2007-08 Per Carlsén Mikael Norberg Eric Carlsén Niklas Berggren
2007-08 Niklas Edin Anette Norberg Eric Carlsén Anna Hasselborg
2008-09 Per Carlsén Mikael Norberg Eric Carlsén Niklas Berggren
2009-10 Per Carlsén Nils Carlsén Eric Carlsén Niklas Berggren Mikael Norberg
2010-11 Per Carlsén Nils Carlsén Eric Carlsén Mikael Norberg
2011-12[3] Nils Carlsén Eric Carlsén Rickard Hallström Oskar Sjöström
2012-13 Nils Carlsén Eric Carlsén Rickard Hallström Oskar Sjöström

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