|Competitor for Sweden|
|Bronze||2002 Salt Lake City||15 km individual|
|Bronze||2002 Salt Lake City||7.5 km sprint|
|Gold||2001 Pokljuka||15 km individual|
|Gold||2001 Pokljuka||12.5 km mass start|
|Gold||2000 Holmenkollen||10 km pursuit|
|Gold||1998 Pokljuka||10 km pursuit|
|Gold||1997 Brezno-Osrblie||15 km individual|
|Gold||1997 Brezno-Osrblie||10 km pursuit|
|Silver||1999 Kontiolahti||7.5 km sprint|
|Bronze||2001 Pokljuka||10 km pursuit|
|Bronze||2000 Holmenkollen||15 km individual|
|Bronze||1999 Holmenkollen||12.5 km mass start|
|Bronze||1997 Brezno-Osrblie||7.5 km sprint|
|Bronze||1996 Ruhpolding||7.5 km sprint|
|Women's cross country skiing|
|Bronze||1987 Oberstdorf||4 x 5 km|
Magdalena "Magda" Forsberg (born July 25, 1967 in Ullånger, Västernorrland County as Magdalena Wallin) is a former Swedish cross country skier and biathlete. She was the dominating female biathlete from 1997 to 2002, when she retired, winning the Biathlon World Cup for six years straight. She is also a six-times world champion, a two-times Olympic bronze medalist, and holds the record for the most World Cup victories in women's biathlon.
She has been married to Henrik Forsberg since 1996, also a biathlete and cross country skier.
 Cross country skiing
Forsberg competed as a cross country skier from 1988 to 1996. Her best results at the Winter Olympics were in Albertville in 1992 where she finished seventh in the 4×5 km relay and 26th in the 15 km event.
Forsberg's best individual finish at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships was tenth in the 30 km event at Lahti in 1989. In 1987 she was in the Swedish team that finished third in the 4x5 km relay. Her best World cup finish was second in a 10 km event in Finland in 1988.
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Competing from 1993 to 2002, Forsberg won six straight overall wins in the Biathlon World Cup from 1997 to 2002. She also won six gold medals in the World Championships, became runner-up once, and placed third five times. At the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Forsberg won two bronze medails. In her career she managed a total of 42 individual Biathlon World Cup wins, which is more than any other female biathlete to date.
Magdalena Forsberg retired from active sports after the 2001–02 season. After being retired for four years she made a temporary comeback in April 2006 due to losing a bet. The bet said Forsberg would enter the Swedish Championship in Women's Relay would fellow biathlon skier Anna Carin Olofsson-Zidek win an Olympic gold in Turin. The duo went on to win the competition, Forsberg finishing first in the first-leg and Olofsson extending their lead in the second.
During large parts of her career, Forsberg was trained by Wolfgang Pichler, who later took over as coach of the national Swedish biathlon team.
 Other honors
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- Magdalena Forsberg Wallin at the International Ski Federation
- Women's 4 x 5 km cross-country relay Olympic results: 1976-2002 (Italian)
Emmanuelle Claret (FRA)
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Martina Glagow (GER)