Annette Viveka Tånnander-Bank (born Annette Tånnander in Malmö, Sweden) is a former Swedish athlete competing in the heptathlon and high jump events. She represented her native country twice in the Olympics: She was seventh in the 1976 Montreal Olympic high jump, clearing 1.87m, and finished 14th in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic heptathlon with 5908 points.
Coming to the U.S. in 1978 on a Track and Field scholarship, she received All-American Status at C U in Boulder, and still holds the Long jump and Heptathlon records there . After her athletic career she became a fitness trainer, massage therapist and co-author of the book The Complete Idiots Guide To Fitness with Claire Walter. Tånnander-Bank is a proponent of nordic walking and currently lives in Louisville, Colorado, United States.
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