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Over his two-decade curling playing career, Lindholm won three world championships as a skip, winning in 1997, 2001 and 2004. He is also a two-time European champion (1998, and 2001) and a is former world junior champion (1989).
Lindholm announced his retirement from curling following the 2007 European Curling Championships.
In 2011, Lindholm became the coach of the Swedish men's team skipped by Niklas Edin, coaching them in the World Championships. He also coached the Swedish women's team at the 2010 World Championship. He then became the Swedish national coach in 2015 when Fredrik Lindberg became the team coach.
- Colin Campbell Award: 1995
- WJCC Sportsmanship Award: 1990
- WJCC All-Star skip: 1989, 1990
- WJCC All-Star second: 1991
- 1997 Ford World Curling Championships
- 2001 Ford World Curling Championships
- 2004 Ford World Curling Championships
- Peja Lindholm on the World Curling Federation database
- Peja Lindholm on the World Curling Tour database
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