|Olympic medal record|
|Competitor for Norway|
|Born||December 17, 1881|
|Died||April 30, 1947(aged 65)|
|Former partner||Alexia Bryn|
In 1900 he participated in the 200 metres competition and in the 400 metres competition. In both events he was eliminated in the first round. He became Norwegian champion in 500 metres in 1900 and 1902. As a track and field athlete Bryn was representing IK Tjalve.
As a pair skater, he competed with Alexia Bryn. They won silver medals at the 1920 Summer Olympics and at the 1923 World Figure Skating Championships, as well as the bronze at the 1912 Worlds.
In 1932 Bryn took part in his third Olympics, this time as a judge in both figure skating and speed skating during the Olympic Winter Games in Lake Placid. He chaired the Norwegian Skating Association from 1926 to 1927.
Pairs with (Alexia Bryn)
- Norwegian international athletes - B (Norwegian)
- Norwegian championships in 500 metres (Norwegian)
- Skatabase: 1920 Olympics
- Skatabase: 1922-1929 Worlds Pairs Results
- Skatabase: 1908-1914 Worlds Pairs Results
- Official Report of the III Olympic Winter Games
- Gjerde, Arild, ed. (2005). Norges Skøyteforbunds årbok 2003–2005 (in Norwegian). Oslo: Norwegian Skating Association. p. 183. Retrieved 20 April 2009.
|President of the Norwegian Skating Association
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