January 4, 1918|
|Died||February 8, 2006
|World Cup career|
|Individual wins||Vasaloppet, 1941
|Updated on 2008-10-07.|
Brännström also finished 2nd in the 50 km at the 1941 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships, which had taken place in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy. The event was later declared a "non-event" by the International Ski Federation (FIS) in 1946 due to the small number of skiers who had competed. Due to this decision, the medals were not counted in the overall FIS Nordic World Ski Championships.
In 1957, he won the Malmfältsloppet Race.
- "Index of Obituaries in Swedish Newspapers for 2006".
- "Vasaloppet Race Winners". Official Website of Vasaloppet.
- "FIS History". Official Website of FIS.
- "Malmfältsloppet History".
- Hickok Sports results on FIS Nordic World Ski Championships
- Sports123 information on Vasaloppet winners
- Vasaloppet winners of the 1940s (Swedish)
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