Åke Söderlund

Åke Söderlund

Åke Wilhelm Söderlund (11 April 1925 – 25 August 2002) was a Swedish racewalking athlete. He competed at the 1952, 1960 and 1964 Summer Olympics with the best result of 18th place in the 20 km event in 1964. Söderlund twice competed at the European Athletics Championships, but failed to finish the 50 kilometres race walk. He also took part in the IAAF World Race Walking Cup twice, winning a bronze medal in the 50 km event in 1961 and placing 12th in the 20 km in 1967. Söderlund won three Nordic Race Walking Championships, in the 20 km in 1957 and 1967 and in the 50 km in 1961. Söderlund later competed in the masters category and won the 25 km event at the 1975 World Association of Veteran Athletes Championships. His twin brother Erik was also an elite racewalker.

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In which clubs was Åke Söderlund active?

Åke Söderlund was active in Stockholms GK.

How would Åke Söderlund be described?

Åke Söderlund would be described as Swedish male racewalker.

How tall is Åke Söderlund?

Åke Söderlund is 185 cm tall.

What is Åke Söderlund subject of?

Åke Söderlund is subject of Athletes (track and field) at the 1960 Summer Olympics, Olympic athletes of Sweden, 1925 births, 2002 deaths, Athletes (track and field) at the 1964 Summer Olympics, Sportspeople from Stockholm, Swedish male racewalkers and Athletes (track and field) at the 1952 Summer Olympics.

Where was Åke Söderlund born?

Åke Söderlund was born in Stockholm.

What is the gender of Åke Söderlund?

Åke Söderlund is male.