Toralf Engan

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Toralf Engan
Toralf Engan 1962.jpg
Engan in 1962
Personal information
Born 1 October 1936 (1936-10) (age 80)
Meldal, Norway
Sport
Sport Ski jumping
Club IL Leik, Hølonda

Toralf Engan (born 1 October 1936) is a retired Norwegian ski jumper. At the 1964 Winter Olympics he won the large hill and placed second in the new normal hill event. His other victories include the Four Hills Tournament, which he had won the preceding season, as well as the 1962 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in the individual normal hill (the first ever in that event). Engan won the ski jumping normal hill event at the 1962 Holmenkollen ski festival, the same year he won the Holmenkollen medal. Engan retired after the 1966 season. Later he worked as a national ski jumping coach in 1967–69, and settled in Trondheim with his family.[1]

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  1. ^ Toralf Engan. sports-reference.com

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