Sverre Lunde Pedersen
Sverre Lunde Pedersen at the 2013 World Allround Championships in Hamar
|Born||17 July 1992|
In 2011 he was 6th in the European Championships in Collalbo and 14th in the World Championships in Calgary. In 2012 he finished 7th at the European Championships, with a 2nd place on the 1500 m, and 8th at the World Championships.
At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi he finished 5th on the 5000 m. At the 2018 Winter Olympics he partnered compatriots Håvard Bøkko, Simen Spieler Nilsen and Sindre Henriksen to win the gold medal in the men's team pursuit.
At the 2018 World Championship in Allround Skating in Amsterdam, Sverre won silver medal after falling from a clear leadership position in the last competition, 10,000 meter. If it wasn't for the fall, Sverre would have most likely been Norway's first World Champion in Allround Skating since Johann Olav Koss in 1994.
|Season||Age||500 metres||1000 metres||1500 metres||3000 metres||5000 metres||10 000 metres|
|Men's speed skating|
|500 metres||35.87||7 March 2015||Calgary|
|1000 metres||1:09.31||14 November 2015||Calgary|
|1500 metres||1:43.08||20 November 2015||Salt Lake City|
|3000 metres||3:34.66||7 November 2015||Calgary|
|5000 metres||6:07.61||10 December 2017||Salt Lake City|
|10000 metres||13:02.42||19 November 2017||Stavanger|
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- "Sverre Lunde Pedersen". Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 8 March 2015.
- "Patrick Roest takes speed skating allround world title in stunning finish". CBC. 11 March 2018.
- "Sverre Lunde Pedersen". Speedskatingresults.com. Retrieved 6 March 2015.
- "Adelskalendern". evertstenlund.se. Retrieved 4 November 2018.
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