Glenn Ikonen

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Glenn Ikonen

Glenn Ikonen (born 29 April 1955) is a Swedish Paralympic wheelchair curler. He was on the bronze medal winning Swedish team at the 2006 Winter Paralympics and competed at the 2010 Winter Paralympics,[1] where he was suspended for six months[2] for use of an illegal drug,[3] a blood pressure medicine he had taken for 4–5 years, prescribed by his doctor.[4]


IPC logo (2004).svg Paralympic Games
Finish Event Year Place
Bronze Wheelchair curling 2006  Italy Torino
Bronze Wheelchair Curling
2010  Canada Vancouver
Wheelchair curling - Paralympic pictogram.svg Wheelchair curling World Championships
Finish Event Year Place
4. Wheelchair curling 2002   Switzerland Sursee
7. Wheelchair curling 2004   Switzerland Sursee
4. Wheelchair curling 2005  Scotland Glasgow
10. Wheelchair curling 2007  Sweden Sollefteå
6. Wheelchair curling 2008   Switzerland Sursee
Silver Wheelchair curling 2009  Canada Vancouver


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