Åke Edvard Grönhagen (24 January 1885 – 25 December 1974) was a Swedish modern pentathlete and épée fencer who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics. He finished fourth in the Olympic modern pethatlon, and was eliminated in the first round of the individual épée competition. Grönhagen's grandson, Carl William "Bill" Gronhagen, was an air traffic controller at Los Angeles International Airport.
In which clubs was Åke Grönhagen active?
Åke Grönhagen was active in IFK Stockholm and FFF, Stockholm.
How would Åke Grönhagen be described?
Åke Grönhagen would be described as Fencer, modern pentathlete.
When died Åke Grönhagen?
Åke Grönhagen died 25.12.1974.
What is Åke Grönhagen subject of?
Åke Grönhagen is subject of Male modern pentathletes, Modern pentathletes at the 1912 Summer Olympics, Fencers at the 1912 Summer Olympics, Olympic modern pentathletes of Sweden, Swedish modern pentathletes, 1885 births, 1974 deaths, Sportspeople from Stockholm, Swedish male fencers, Swedish épée fencers and Olympic fencers of Sweden.
What is the gender of Åke Grönhagen?
Åke Grönhagen is male.