Frida Hansdotter

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Frida Hansdotter
— Alpine skier —
Frida Hansdotter 2016.jpg
Frida Hansdotter in April 2016
Disciplines Slalom, giant slalom
Club Norbergs SLK
Born (1985-12-13) 13 December 1985 (age 31)
Västerås, Västmanland, Sweden
Height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
World Cup debut 23 October 2004 (age 18)
Website fridahansdotter.com
Olympics
Teams 2 – (2010, 2014)
Medals 0
World Championships
Teams 6 – (200717)
Medals 3 (0 gold)
World Cup
Seasons 11 – (200717)
Wins 4 – (4 SL)
Podiums 26 – (25 SL, 1 PSL)
Overall titles 0 – (5th in 2016)
Discipline titles 1 – (SL, 2016)

Frida Hansdotter (born 13 December 1985) is a Swedish World Cup alpine ski racer. She competes in the technical events and specializes in slalom. Her father, Hans Johansson, was also an alpine skier.[1] She is second cousin of Prince Daniel, Duke of Västergötland.

Born in Västerås, Västmanland, Hansdotter represented Sweden at the 2010 Winter Olympics,[2] the 2014 Winter Olympics and at four World Championships. She gained her first World Cup victory at Kranjska Gora in 2014. Previously Hansdotter had eight runner-up finishes, the most in World Cup history without a victory.[3] She was runner-up in the slalom season standings in 2014. During the 2015-2016 season she won the FIS Slalom Skiing World Cup.[4]

During the 2017 World Championships in Saint Moritz, she earned a bronze medal.[5]

World Cup results[edit]

Season titles[edit]

Season Discipline
2016 Slalom

Season standings[edit]

Season Age  Overall   Slalom  Giant
 slalom 
Super-G Downhill Combined
2007 21 89 30
2008 22 53 19 45
2009 23 28 9 44 27
2010 24 62 18
2011 25 46 14
2012 26 25 9 45
2013 27 10 4 12
2014 28 10 2 26
2015 29 6 2 14
2016 30 5 1 8
2017 31 13 4 32
  • Standings through 18 March 2017

Race podiums[edit]

  • 4 wins – (4 SL)
  • 26 podiums – (25 SL, 1 PSL)
Season Date Location Discipline Place
2009 7 Mar 2009 Germany Ofterschwang, Germany Slalom 2nd
2012 11 Feb 2012 Andorra Soldeu, Andorra Slalom 2nd
2013 20 Dec 2012 Sweden Åre, Sweden Slalom 2nd
4 Jan 2013 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia Slalom 2nd
15 Jan 2013 Austria Flachau, Austria Slalom 2nd
27 Jan 2013 Slovenia Maribor, Slovenia Slalom 2nd
2014 17 Dec 2013 France Courchevel, France Slalom 2nd
14 Jan 2014 Austria Flachau, Austria Slalom 2nd
2 Feb 2014 Slovenia Kranjska Gora, Slovenia Slalom 1st
15 Mar 2014  Switzerland  Lenzerheide, Switzerland   Slalom 2nd
2015 15 Nov 2014 Finland Levi, Finland Slalom 2nd
30 Nov 2014 United States Aspen, USA Slalom 2nd
13 Dec 2014 Sweden Åre, Sweden Slalom 3rd
13 Jan 2015 Austria Flachau, Austria Slalom 1st
21 Mar 2015 France Méribel, France Slalom 2nd
2016 28 Nov 2015 United States Aspen, USA Slalom 3rd
29 Nov 2015 Slalom 2nd
13 Dec 2015 Sweden Åre, Sweden Slalom 2nd
29 Dec 2015 Austria Lienz, Austria Slalom 1st
12 Jan 2016 Austria Flachau, Austria Slalom 3rd
15 Jan 2016 Slalom 2nd
23 Feb 2016 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden Parallel slalom 2nd
19 Mar 2016  Switzerland  St. Moritz, Switzerland Slalom 3rd
2017 8 Jan 2017 Slovenia Maribor, Slovenia Slalom 3rd
10 Jan 2017 Austria Flachau, Austria Slalom 1st
18 Mar 2017 United States Aspen, USA Slalom 3rd

World Championship results[edit]

  Year    Age   Slalom   Giant 
 slalom 
Super-G Downhill Combined
2007 21 30
2009 23 15 DNF1 DNF DNF1
2011 25 8
2013 27 3 5
2015 29 2 12
2017 31 3 16

Olympic results[edit]

  Year    Age   Slalom   Giant 
 slalom 
Super-G Downhill Combined
2010 24 15
2014 28 5 13

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bornemann, Jens (16 February 2013). "Vunnet brons för Hansdotter" [Bronze won for Hansdotter]. TV4 (Sweden) (in Swedish). Retrieved 15 November 2014. 
  2. ^ Vancouver 2010 Profile
  3. ^ Valle, Max (2 February 2014). "The eternal second there s made it: Frida Hansdotter wins slalom in Kranjska Gora! Eighth Chiara Costazza". snowalps.com. Retrieved 2 February 2014. 
  4. ^ "Hansdotter i tårar efter säkrad slalomcup" (in Swedish). SVT Sport. 6 March 2016. Retrieved 19 March 2016. 
  5. ^ Gustav Orbring (18 February 2017). "Medalj för Frida Hansdotter" (in Swedish). SVT Sport. Retrieved 18 February 2017. 

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