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Pär-Gunnar Jönsson

Pär-Gunnar Jönsson (born 6 August 1963) is a retired badminton player from Sweden.[1]

Pär-Gunnar Jönsson
Personal information
Nickname(s)PG
Country Sweden
Born6 August 1963 (1963-08-06) (age 56)
Gothenburg, Sweden
Years active17 years
Men's singles, doubles and mixed doubles
Highest rankingWorld Nr 1 MD, Nr 2 MXD, Nr 15 MS
BWF profile

CareerEdit

He won the bronze medal at the 1993 IBF World Championships in men's doubles with Peter Axelsson. Six times quarterfinalist World Championships 1987 MD, 1989 MD, 1991 MXD, 1993 MXD, 1995 MD, 1997 MD

He played three Olympic Games, Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000.

Best world ranking

Mens doubles: nr 1

Mixed doubles: nr 2

Mens singles: nr 15

20 BWF Grand Prix/Super Series titles

Korea Open MD 1994. Chinese Taipei MD 1991. Indonesia Open MXD 1992. Singapore Open MXD 1992. Chinese Taipei MXD 1992. Swiss Open MS 1990. Swiss Open MD 1990. Swiss Open MD 1991. Swiss Open MD 1994. Swiss Open MXD 1991. German Open MXD 1992. Dutch Open MXD 1992. Swedish Open MXD 1992. Swedish Open MD 1995. Finnish Open MD 1993. Scottish Open MXD 1988. Scottish Open MD 1990.

44 BWF Grand Prix/Super Series finals

Further on he won: Gold medal European Championships Team 1992 in Glasgow, Scotland. Gold medal European Championships Team 1994 in Den Bosch, Holland. Silver medal European Championships MD 1998 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Silver medal European Championships MD 2000 in Glasgow, Scotland. Silver medal European Championships Team 1988 in Kristiansand, Norway. Silver medal European Championships Team 1996 in Herning, Denmark. Bronze medal European Championships MD 1986 in Uppsala, Sweden. Bronze medal European Championships MD 1990 in Moscow, Russia. Bronze medal European Championships MD 1992 in Glasgow, Scotland. Bronze medal European Championships MXD 1992 in Glasgow, Scotland. Bronze medal European Championships MXD 1994 in Den Bosch, Holland. Bronze medal European Championships MXD 1998 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Bronze medal European Championships Team 2000 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Swedish record National appearances: 129.

20 times Swedish National Championships winner

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Pär-Gunnar Jönsson". SOK.se. Swedish Olympic Committee. Archived from the original on 2010-08-27. Retrieved 2010-06-21.

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