Gunnar Sköld

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Gunnar Sköld
Gunnar Sköld SOK.jpg
Personal information
Born 24 September 1894
Västerås, Sweden
Died 24 June 1971 (aged 76)
Västerås, Sweden
Sport
Sport Cycling
Event(s) Road
Club Upsala CK

Alf Gunnar Sköld (24 September 1894 – 24 June 1971) was a Swedish road racing cyclist who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics. He finished fourth in the individual road race and won a team bronze medal. At the inaugural amateur world championships in 1921 he won the road race and finished fourth in 1922 edition.[1][2]

After retiring from competitions Sköld worked as treasurer and vice president of his native club Upsala CK and ran a sports shop.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gunnar Sköld. cyclingarchives.com
  2. ^ Gunnar Sköld. sports-reference.com
  3. ^ Gunnar Sköld. Swedish Olympic Committee