Lars Lewen

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Lars Lewen
Born (1975-10-07)October 7, 1975
Stockholm, Sweden
World Cup career
Individual wins 5
Indv. podiums 10
Updated on March 28, 2013.

Lars Lewen (born (1975-10-07)October 7, 1975 in Stockholm) is a Swedish freestyle skier, specializing in ski cross and a former alpine skier.[1] [2]

Lewen competed at the 2010 Winter Olympics for Sweden. He placed 19th in the qualifying round in ski cross, to advance to the knockout stages. In the first round, he finished 4th in his heat, and did not advance.[3]

As of March 2013, his best showing at the World Championships is 5th, in 2005 and 2007.[1]

Lewen made his World Cup debut in November 2002. As of March 2013, he has ten World Cup podiums and five victories, with the first coming in 2007/08 at Grindelwald. His best World Cup overall finish in ski cross is 2nd, in 2007/08.[1]

World Cup Podiums[edit]

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Date Location Rank Event
23 November 2003 Saas-Fee 3rd Ski cross
12 March 2004 Sauze d'Oulx 3rd Ski cross
10 February 2005 Naeba 3rd Ski cross
6 March 2008 Grindelwald 1st Ski cross
9 March 2008 Meiringen-Hasliberg 1st Ski cross
16 March 2008 Valmalenco 1st Ski cross
19 January 2009 Lake Placid 1st Ski cross
24 February 2009 Branas 1st Ski cross
20 January 2010 Blue Mountain[disambiguation needed] 2nd Ski cross
11 January 2012 Alpe d'Huez 3rd Ski cross

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