Sjur Loen

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Sjur Loen
Medal record
Competitor for  Norway
Men's curling
World championships
Gold 1984 Perth Team
Gold 1988 Lausanne Team
Bronze 1983 Regina Team
Bronze 1987 Vancouver Team
Bronze 1989 Milwaukee Team
Bronze 1991 Winnipeg Team
European Curling Championships
Gold 1993 Leukerbad Team
Silver 1987 Oberstdorf Team
Silver 1988 Perth Team
Bronze 1985 Grindelwald Team
Bronze 1990 Lillehammer Team
Bronze 1995 Grindelwald Team
World Junior Curling Championships
Bronze 1976 Aviemore Team

Sjur Loen (born 1958) is a Norwegian curler and world champion. He participated on the winning team in the demonstration event at the 1988 Winter Olympics.

International championships[edit]

Loen is two times world champion, and has received four bronze medals at the world championships. He received a bronze medal as skip at the 1976 World Junior Curling Championships, and reached the bronze final in 1977 (losing to the United States), 1978 (losing to Scotland) and 1979 (losing to Canada).

Loen has obtained one victory at the European Curling Championships, two silver medals and three bronze medals.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "European Championships" – European Curling Federation (Retrieved on March 17, 2008)