Sweden national under-21 speedway team

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Sweden
Flag of Sweden.svg
Association Svenska Motorcykel- och Snöskoterförbundet
FIM code SVEMO
Team manager Daniel Nelson
Team captain
Nation Colour Red and White
World Championships
Team U-21 2 2
Best result    2nd (2005 and 2006)
Individual U-21 4 6 3
Best result    1st - last one in 2000 (Andreas Jonsson)

The Sweden national under-21 speedway team is the national under-21 motorcycle speedway team of Sweden and is controlled by the SVEMO. The team started in Under-21 World Cup in all editions and won four medals: two silver (2005 and 2006) and two bronze (2008 and 2009). Denmark has produced three Under-21 World Champions: Peter Nahlin (1988), Mikael Karlsson (1994) and Andreas Jonsson (2000). In 1985 Per Jonsson has won Individual U-21 European Championship open for riders from all continents.

Competition[edit]

Team Speedway Junior World Championship
Year Place Pts. Riders
2005 2 35 Antonio Lindbäck (11), Fredrik Lindgren (9), Eric Andersson (8), Jonas Davidsson (7)
In Qualifying Round started also: Sebastian Aldén
2006 2 27 Fredrik Lindgren (15), Thomas H. Jonasson (8), Sebastian Aldén (4), Robert Pettersson (0), Ricky Kling (0)
In Qualifying Round started also: Antonio Lindbäck
2007 3rd place in Qualifying Round Two
Billy Forsberg, Simon Gustafsson, Robin Törnqvist, Ricky Kling, Thomas H. Jonasson
2008 3 38 Kim Nilsson (9), Simon Gustafsson (8), Ricky Kling (8), Billy Forsberg (8), Ludvig Lindgren (5)
In Qualifying Round started also: Thomas H. Jonasson
2009 3 32 Thomas H. Jonasson (11), Simon Gustafsson (6), Kim Nilsson (6), Linus Eklöf (5), Ludvig Lindgren (4)
In Qualifying Round started also: Jonas Messing

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