Carl Axel Pettersson

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Carl Axel Pettersson
Carl Axel Pettersson, Chamonix 1924.jpg
Pettersson at the 1924 Olympics
Personal information
Born 13 April 1874 in Mönsterås, Kalmar, Sweden
Mönsterås, Sweden
Died 31 May 1962 (aged 88)
Stockholm, Sweden
Sport Curling
Club Åre Curlingklubb

Carl Axel Fredrik Pettersson (13 April 1874 – 31 May 1962) was a Swedish curler who won a silver medal at the 1924 Winter Olympics.[1][2]

Pettersson was a manager of a clothing company and chairman of the Swedish association of the clothing industry. He was also Consul General for Hungary in Sweden and member of the Stockholm’s Council of the 50 Elders. He was awarded the Order of the Polar Star, the Order of Vasa and the Royal Hungarian Order of Merit, among other decorations. He was married to Kerstin, who died 17 years before him; they had three children.[1]


  1. ^ a b "Carl Axel Pettersson". Sports Reference. 
  2. ^ Carl Axel Pettersson. Swedish Olympic Committee