Svenska idrottsgalan

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Svenska idrottsgalan
Globen Stockholm February 2007.jpg
Awarded for Excellence in sports
Location Ericsson Globe, Stockholm
Country Sweden
First awarded 2000
Website idrottsgalan.com
Television/radio coverage
Network Sveriges Television (SVT)

Svenska idrottsgalan (Swedish Sports Award) is a show to honor the past year's Swedish sports and athletes' achievements. It is hosted annually at Ericsson Globe in Stockholm in early January. The event started in 2000.[1]

Awards and winners[edit]

Anja Pärson (alpine skiing)
Christian Olsson (athletics)
Marcus Hellner (cross-country skiing)
Carolina Klüft (athletics)
Lisa Nordén (triathlon)

Sportswoman of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Sport
2000 Ludmila Enquist Athletics
2001 Therese Alshammar Swimming
2002 Annika Sörenstam Golf
2003 Kajsa Bergqvist Athletics
2004 Annika Sörenstam (2) Golf
2005 Carolina Klüft Athletics
2006 Anja Pärson Alpine skiing
2007 Anna Carin Olofsson Biathlon
2008 Anja Pärson (2) Alpine skiing
2009 Emma Johansson Cycling
2010 Helena Jonsson Biathlon
2011 Charlotte Kalla Cross-country skiing
2012 Therese Alshammar (2) Swimming
2013 Lisa Nordén Triathlon
2014 Abeba Aregawi Athletics
2015 Charlotte Kalla (2) Cross-country skiing
2016 Sarah Sjöström Swimming

Sportsman of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Sport
2000 Lars Frölander Swimming
2001 Lars Frölander (2) Swimming
2002 Per Elofsson Cross-country skiing
2003 Christian Olsson Athletics
2004 Christian Olsson (2) Athletics
2005 Stefan Holm Athletics
2006 Tony Rickardsson Motorcycle speedway
2007 Björn Lind Cross-country skiing
2008 Zlatan Ibrahimović Football
2009 Robert Karlsson Golf
2010 Zlatan Ibrahimović (2) Football
2011 Marcus Hellner Cross-country skiing
2012 Marcus Hellner (2) Cross-country skiing
2013 Zlatan Ibrahimović (3) Football
2014 Henrik Stenson Golf
2015 Zlatan Ibrahimović (4) Football
2016 Johan Olsson Cross-country skiing

Team of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Sport
2000 Men's national team Handball
2001 Men's national team Table tennis
2002 Men's national team Football
2003 Men's national team (2) Handball
2004 Women's national team Football
2005 Henrik Nilsson and Markus Oscarsson Canoeing
2006 Men's national team (2) Football
2007 Men's national team Ice hockey
2008 C. J. Bergman, B. Ferry, H. Jonsson and A. Olofsson Biathlon
2009 Thomas Johansson and Simon Aspelin Tennis
2010 Robert Karlsson and Henrik Stenson Golf
2011 M. Hellner, J. Olsson, D. Richardsson and A. Södergren Cross-country skiing
2012 Ida Ingemarsdotter and Charlotte Kalla Cross-country skiing
2013 Fredrik Lööf and Max Salminen Sailing
2014 Men's national team (2) Ice hockey
2015 A. Haag, I. Ingemarsdotter, C. Kalla and E. Wikén Cross-country skiing
2016 Men's national under-21 team Football

Coach of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Sport
2000 Bengt Johansson Handball
2001 Hans Chrunak Swimming
2002 Sven-Göran Eriksson Football
2003 Ulf Karlsson Athletics
2004 Ulf Karlsson (2) Athletics
2005 Yannick Tregaro Athletics
2006 Yannick Tregaro (2) Athletics
2007 Bengt-Åke Gustafsson Ice hockey
2008 Anders Pärson Alpine skiing
2009 Nanne Bergstrand Football
2010 Staffan Eklund Biathlon
2011 Joakim Abrahamsson and Magnus Ingesson Cross-country skiing
2012 Per Johansson Handball
2013 Pia Sundhage Football
2014 Pär Mårts Ice hockey
2015 Rikard Grip Cross-country skiing
2016 Håkan Ericson Football

Newcomer of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Sport
2000 Anna-Karin Kammerling Swimming
2001 Jonas Edman Shooting
2002 Susanna Kallur Athletics
2003 Kim Källström Football
2004 Linus Thörnblad Athletics
2005 Joachim Johansson Tennis
2006 Emma Green Athletics
2007 Nicklas Bäckström Ice hockey
2008 Jens Byggmark Alpine skiing
2009 Sarah Sjöström Swimming
2010 Jonas Jerebko Basketball
2011 Angelica Bengtsson Athletics
2012 Moa Hjelmer Athletics
2013 Gabriel Landeskog Ice hockey
2014 Irene Ekelund Athletics
2015 Sandra Näslund Ski cross
2016 Khaddi Sagnia Athletics

Performance of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Sport
2000 Ludmila Enquist Athletics
2001 Lars Frölander Swimming
2002 Christian Olsson Athletics
2003 Carolina Klüft Athletics
2004 Carolina Klüft (2) Athletics
2005 Stefan Holm Athletics
2006 Kajsa Bergqvist Athletics
2007 Anette Norberg Curling
2008 Carolina Klüft (3) Athletics
2009 Charlotte Kalla Cross-country skiing
2010 Sarah Sjöström Swimming
2011 Björn Ferry Biathlon
2012 Therese Alshammar Swimming
2013 Lisa Nordén Triathlon
2014 Johan Olsson Cross-country skiing
2015 A. Haag, I. Ingemarsdotter, C. Kalla and E. Wikén Cross-country skiing
2016 Men's national under-21 team Football

Lifetime Achievement Award[edit]

Year Winner Sport/Profession
2003 Lennart Johansson President of UEFA
2004 Sven Pettersson Journalist
2005 Ingemar Johansson Boxing
2006 Not awarded
2007 Not awarded
2008 Sven Tumba Ice hockey
2009 Arne Ljungqvist Leader in athletics
2010 Not awarded
2011 Ingemar Stenmark Alpine skiing
2012 Not awarded
2013 Toini Gustafsson Rönnlund Cross-country skiing
2014 Not awarded
2015 Not awarded
2016 Peter Forsberg, Nicklas Lidström, Mats Sundin Ice hockey

Sportsperson of the century[edit]

Year Winner Sport
2000 Björn Borg Tennis

Svenska Spel and the Swedish Sportjournalist Federation's Grant[edit]

Year Winner Sport
2015 Mattias Löw Women's Ice hockey

See also[edit]

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