Teodor Peterson at the Royal Palace Sprint in Stockholm, 2013
|Full name||Teodor Anders Peterson|
|Born||1 May 1988|
Umeå, Västerbotten, Sweden
|Height||186 cm (6 ft 1 in)|
|Ski club||IFK Umeå|
|World Cup career|
He debuted in the World Cup in length Lahti 2009 season.
Peterson has had his breakthrough 2011/2012 season. He won the first sprint race of the season in the Kuusamo 25 November 2011 (Nordic slot). The weekend after, in Düsseldorf, he won the team sprint together with Jesper Modin, representing Sweden.
Peterson won his first individual World Cup victory on 2 February 2012 in Moscow.
Peterson also won the overall sprint world cup 2011/2012.
Peterson competed for Sweden in 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. He finished in 11th place in the individual sprint and 15th place in the team sprint together with Marcus Hellner. Peterson also competed for Sweden in the World Championships in Oslo 2011 there, he went out in the quarterfinals and finished in 16th place.
He won silver in the sprint and a silver in the sprint relay at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
World Cup podiums
- 4 victories – (2 WC, 2 SWC)
- 12 podiums – (6 WC, 6 SWC)
|1||2011–12||25 November 2011||Kuusamo, Finland||1.4 km Sprint C||Stage World Cup||1st|
|2||11 December 2011||Davos, Switzerland||1.5 km Sprint F||World Cup||2nd|
|3||14 January 2012||Milan, Italy||1.4 km Sprint F||World Cup||3rd|
|4||2 February 2012||Moscow, Russia||1.5 km Sprint F||World Cup||1st|
|5||4 March 2012||Lahti, Finland||1.4 km Sprint C||World Cup||2nd|
|6||14 March 2012||Stockholm, Sweden||1.0 km Sprint C||Stage World Cup||2nd|
|7||2012–13||8 December 2012||Quebec City, Canada||1.6 km Sprint F||World Cup||2nd|
|8||12 January 2013||Liberec, Czech Republic||1.6 km Sprint C||World Cup||1st|
|9||2013–14||29 November 2013||Kuusamo, Finland||1.4 km Sprint C||Stage World Cup||3rd|
|10||14 March 2014||Falun, Sweden||1.4 km Sprint C||Stage World Cup||1st|
|11||2016–17||2 December 2016||Lillehammer, Norway||1.6 km Sprint C||Stage World Cup||3rd|
|12||2017–18||20 January 2018||Planica, Slovenia||1.6 km Sprint C||World Cup||3rd|
- 1 victory – (1 TS)
- 4 podiums – (4 TS)
|1||2011–12||4 December 2011||Düsseldorf, Germany||6 x 1.7 km Team Sprint F||World Cup||1st||Modin|
|2||15 January 2012||Milan, Italy||6 x 1.4 km Team Sprint F||World Cup||2nd||Halfvarsson|
|3||2012–13||3 February 2013||Sochi, Russia||6 x 1.8 km Team Sprint C||World Cup||2nd||Jönsson|
|4||2017–18||14 January 2018||Dresden, Germany||6 x 1.2 km Team Sprint F||World Cup||2nd||Jönsson|
- "Teodor Peterson". FIS-Ski. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
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