Åke Ödmark

Åke Ödmark (29 October 1916 – 4 September 1994) was a Swedish high jumper. He finished 12th at the 1936 Summer Olympics and fourth at the 1938 European Athletics Championships. Aged 19 he was the yongest participant from Sweden at the 1936 Games. Ödmark won the Swedish title in 1939 and 1940, and in 1941 became the first Swede to clear the 2.00 m height in an official competition.

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In which clubs was Åke Ödmark active?

Åke Ödmark was active in IFK Strömsund.

Where died Åke Ödmark?

Åke Ödmark died in Stockholm, Sweden.

How would Åke Ödmark be described?

Åke Ödmark would be described as Swedish athletics competitor.

How tall is Åke Ödmark?

Åke Ödmark is 189 cm tall.

When was Åke Ödmark born?

Åke Ödmark was born on 29.10.1916.

What is Åke Ödmark subject of?

Åke Ödmark is subject of Athletes (track and field) at the 1936 Summer Olympics, Olympic athletes of Sweden, Swedish male high jumpers, 1916 births and 1994 deaths.

Where was Åke Ödmark born?

Åke Ödmark was born in Strömsund.

What is the gender of Åke Ödmark?

Åke Ödmark is male.