Englund at the 1936 Olympics
|Born||7 April 1907
|Died||23 June 1995 (aged 88)
Englund also won six medals at the Nordic skiing World Championships, earning three golds (4 x 10 km and 18 km: 1933, 50 km: 1935), one silver (50 km: 1934), and two bronzes (4×10 km: 1934, 1935). After retiring from competitions he coached the Swiss national skiing team for two years. Then he worked at the Sundin ski factory and ran a sports store in Hudiksvall.
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