Ragne Wiklund

Ragne Wiklund (born 9 May 2000) is a Norwegian long track speed skater[1] and orienteer.[2]

Ragne Wiklund
Ragne Wiklund.jpg
Wiklund in 2018
Personal information
NationalityNorwegian
Born (2000-05-09) 9 May 2000 (age 21)
Oslo, Norway
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Sport
CountryNorway
SportSpeed skating
Event(s)1500 m
ClubAktiv SK

Wiklund represented her nation at the 2019 World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships in the 1500 metres event (19th) and at the 2019 World Allround Speed Skating Championships, finishing 21st overall.[3] She participated at the European Speed Skating Championships for Women in 2019. She also competed at other international competitions, including at ISU Speed Skating World Cups.[3]

Wiklund won the 1500m event at the 2021 World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships, held in Heerenveen, achieving a personal record of 1.54,61. She won ahead of Brittany Bowe from the United States and Evgeniia Lalenkova, competing for the Russian Skating Union.[4]

Wiklund is also an active orienteer.[5] Wiklund achieved a bronze medal in the Junior World Orienteering Championships in the 2018 relay, running for Norway.[6] In 2021, she ran for the senior Norwegian team for the first time at a world cup event in Dalarna, Sweden.[7]

RecordsEdit

Personal recordsEdit

Personal records
Women's speed skating
Event Result Date Location Notes
500 m 40,00 16 January 2021 Heerenveen
1000 m 1.17,33 16 December 2018 Heerenveen
1500 m 1.54,61 14 February 2021 Heerenveen
3000 m 3.58,95 24 January 2021 Heerenveen
5000 m 6.58,76 14 February 2021 Heerenveen

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "SpeedSkatingStats.com". speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 3 April 2020.
  2. ^ "IOF Eventor - Ragne Wiklund".
  3. ^ a b "Competition results, statistics and records; SpeedSkatingNews". speedskatingnews.info. Retrieved 3 April 2020.
  4. ^ Final results
  5. ^ "IOF Eventor - Ragne Wiklund".
  6. ^ "Relay Live – JWOC 2018 Hungary".
  7. ^ https://www.idrefjallveckan.se/
  8. ^ "Skaters: Ragne Wiklund". speedskatingbase.eu. Retrieved 15 April 2020.

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