Olle Wiklund

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Olle Wiklund, born 26 December 1914 in Bergvik, Sweden, died 31 March 1999 at the same place, was a Swedish cross-country skier. In 1942, he won Vasaloppet,[1] nine minutes before second-placed Bertil Melin. This meant that the old Vasaloppet record, dated back to 1928, had been broken by two minutes.

He competed for IFK Bergvik at club level, He participated in Vasaloppet at some points.

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  1. "Vasaloppet" (PDF) (in Swedish). Vasaloppet. Archived from the original (PDF) on 3 December 2013. Retrieved 1 December 2013.