Jalle Jungnell (born 6 November 1954) is a Swedish Paralympic wheelchair curler. His team won bronze in Wheelchair curling at the 2006 Winter Paralympics and in the 2009 World wheelchair curling championship they won silver. He is also the founder and owner of Panthera, a wheelchair-manufacturer in Sweden.
|Bronze||Wheelchair curling||2006||Italy Torino|
|Bronze||Wheelchair curling||2010||Canada Vancouver|
|Wheelchair curling World Championships|
|4.||Wheelchair curling||2002||Switzerland Sursee|
|7.||Wheelchair curling||2004||Switzerland Sursee|
|4.||Wheelchair curling||2005||Scotland Glasgow|
|6.||Wheelchair curling||2008||Switzerland Sursee|
|Silver||Wheelchair curling||2009||Canada Vancouver|
|6.||Wheelchair curling||2012||South Korea Chuncheon|
|Silver||Wheelchair curling||2013||Russia Sochi|
- Toronto Star
- "Jalle Jungnell compares designing wheelchairs to Formula 1". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 2020-06-11.
- "Jalle Jungnell Founder of Panthera - Panthera AB - Manufacturer of the world´s lightest wheelchairs". www.panthera.se. Retrieved 2020-06-11.
- Jalle Jungnell at Paralympic.org
- Jalle Jungnell at World Curling Federation
- Profile at the Official Website for the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver