|Born||27 October 1917
|Died||23 October 2000 (aged 82)
|Sport||Cross country skiing|
|Club||Malungs IF (−1945)
Sågmyra IF (1946)
Nils Bertil Täpp (27 October 1917 – 23 October 2000) was a Swedish cross-country skier. He was part of the Swedish 4×10 km relay teams that won gold medals at the 1948 Winter Olympics and 1950 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships. At the 1952 Olympics he finished seventh in the individual 18 km race and won a bronze medal in the 4×10 km relay. He was the Swedish national champion in the 15 km (1943 and 1946) and 3×10 km relay (1942, 1943 and 1949).
He was born Nils Bertil Persson and changed his last name to Täpp in 1945.
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