|Born||23 March 1969|
Excelling in giant slalom and super-G, he won a total of seven World Cup races in those disciplines. He took part in a total of five Winter Olympics; his 5th-place finish in the 2006 Olympic giant slalom was his best Olympic result.
Nyberg planned to end his career after the 2006–07 season, but crashed during practive in Austria on 10 November 2006, causing a serious knee injury. The injury forced him to end his career at the age of 37 without a start in his last season.
World Cup victoriesEdit
|3 March 1990||Veysonnaz||Giant slalom|
|9 August 1990||Mount Hutt||Giant slalom|
|8 January 1994||Kranjska Gora||Giant slalom|
|6 March 1994||Aspen||Giant slalom|
|30 November 1996||Breckenridge||Giant slalom|
|3 December 2000||Vail / Beaver Creek||Super-G|
|20 December 2001||Kranjska Gora||Giant slalom|
- Per Vallgårda, Tobias Österberg (TT) (10 November 2006). "Nyberg i svår krasch – karriären över" (in Swedish). Sydsvenskan. Retrieved 14 October 2017.