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|Olympic medal record|
February 6, 1882|
|Died||July 10, 1957
|Former partner||Ludowika Jakobsson|
As a single skater, he won the Finnish national championship in 1910 and 1911.
In 1910, he became pairs skating partner with German figure skater Ludowika Eilers. They married in 1911. As pairs skaters, they won the World Championship in 1911, 1914, and 1923, and the Olympic championship in 1920.
He was an engineer by profession and also an amateur photographer and member of the Fotografiamatörklubben i Helsingfors ("Helsinki Amateur photography Club"). His specialty was dark city scenes with special light effects like rain or mist.
Pairs with Ludowika Jakobsson-Eilers
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