Anette Norberg

Anette Norberg (born 12 November 1966) is a retired Swedish curler from Härnösand.

Anette Norberg
Norberg at the 2010 Winter Olympics
Born
Anette Norberg

(1966-11-12) 12 November 1966
Career
World Championship
appearances
11 (1988, 1989, 1991, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011)
European Championship
appearances
15 (1984, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1994, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009)
Olympic
appearances
2 (2006, 2010)

She and her team were the Olympic women's curling champions in 2006 and 2010. After winning the 2006 Women's Curling tournament in Turin over Mirjam Ott's Swiss team, she led her team to victory for gold over Cheryl Bernard's Canadian team in the 2010 Women's Curling tournament in Vancouver; becoming the first skip in the history of curling to successfully defend an Olympic title.

Her team that retired after the 2010 Olympics (although she herself continued until 2013) is regarded as one of the best women's curling teams in history, and she is often regarded as one of the best female skips in history, particularly after adding yet another world title in 2011 with a new younger team.

Career

Norberg started to curl at the age of ten.[1]

Norberg won seven European Curling Championships (1988, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2007) and three World Curling Championships (2005, 2006 and 2011). She also won silver medal at the 2001 Ford World Curling Championship and bronze medals in 1988, 1989, 1991 and 2003 World Championships. Except when she played at third for Elisabeth Högström in the team that won the 1988 European Championship, Norberg has always played the position of skip. After the retirement of her Olympic team, she put together a new team, with Cecilia Östlund, Sara Carlsson, and Liselotta Lennartsson and won her final third world championship gold medal. Norberg announced her decision to retire in April 2013.[2]

In 1989 she was inducted into Swedish Curling Hall of Fame.

Personal life

Apart from curling, Norberg was chief actuary at Nordea, and led a division at Folksam.[3] She is currently a consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers.[1]

Norberg holds a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from Uppsala University. She has one daughter, Therese, and one son, singer Tobias Westman.[4][5] In September 2014, Norberg revealed that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013, shortly after she retired. She has since completed treatment, which included chemotherapy and surgery to remove the tumor.[1]

Norberg appeared as a contestant in Let's Dance 2013.

Teams

SeasonSkipThirdSecondLead
1982–83Anette NorbergCarina NilssonLouise MarmontAnna Rindeskog
1984–85Anette NorbergAnna RindeskogSofie MarmontLouise Marmont
1985–86Anette NorbergSofie MarmontAnna RindeskogLouise Marmont
1986–87Anette NorbergCarina WestmanAnna RindeskogLouise Marmont
1987–88Anette NorbergAnna Rindeskog
(began season as second)
Sofie Marmont
(began season as third)
Louise Marmont
1988 ECCElisabeth HögströmAnette NorbergMonika JanssonMarie Henriksson
1989 WCCAnette NorbergAnna RindeskogSofie MarmontLouise Marmont
1989–90Anette NorbergAnna RindeskogSofie MarmontLouise Marmont
1990–91Anette NorbergCathrine NorbergAnna RindeskogHelene Granqvist
1991–92Anette NorbergAnna RindeskogCathrine NorbergHelene Granqvist
1994–95Anette NorbergCathrine NorbergHelena KlangeHelene Granqvist
1998–99Anette NorbergCathrine NorbergHelena SvenssonAnna Blom
2000–01Anette NorbergCathrine NorbergEva LundHelena Lingham
2001–02Anette NorbergCathrine NorbergEva LundMaria Hasselborg
2002–03Anette NorbergEva Lund
(began season as second)
Cathrine Norberg
(began season as third)
Helena Lingham
2003–04Anette NorbergEva LundCathrine NorbergAnna Bergström
2004–05Anette NorbergEva LundCathrine LindahlAnna Bergström
2005–06Anette NorbergEva LundCathrine LindahlAnna Svärd
2006–07Anette NorbergEva LundCathrine LindahlAnna Svärd
2007–08Anette NorbergEva LundCathrine LindahlAnna Svärd
2008–09Anette NorbergEva LundCathrine LindahlAnna Svärd
Margaretha Sigfridsson
2009–10Anette NorbergEva LundCathrine LindahlAnna Le Moine
2010–11Anette NorbergCecilia ÖstlundSara CarlssonLiselotta Lennartsson
2011–12Anette NorbergCecilia ÖstlundSara CarlssonLiselotta Lennartsson
2012–13Anette NorbergCecilia ÖstlundSabina KrauppSara Carlsson
2015–16Anette NorbergTherese WestmanCathrine LindahlÅsa Linderholm[6]
2016–17Anette NorbergTherese WestmanMaria LarssonTilde Vermelin[7]
2017–18Anette NorbergTherese WestmanJohanna HeldinTilde Vermelin[8]
2018–19Anette NorbergTherese WestmanJohanna HeldinTilde Vermelin[9]

References

  1. "Anette Norberg, 47, om cancerbeskedet". Expressen. 26 September 2014. Retrieved 26 September 2014.
  2. "Sweden's top curling star – Anette Norberg – retires". World Curling Federation. 3 April 2013. Retrieved 3 April 2013.
  3. "Anette Norberg" (in Swedish). sv:Talarforum. Retrieved 22 January 2010.
  4. "Sista stenen guld värd" (in Swedish). SVT. 24 February 2006. Archived from the original on 12 June 2011. Retrieved 22 January 2010.
  5. Programmet visas även i. "Anette Norberg – Rumba – TV4 Play". Tv4play.se. Retrieved 2014-02-18.
  6. http://www.curling.se/tavla/tavlaarkiv/ElitserienDamer2015-2016
  7. http://www.curling.se/tavla/tavlaarkiv/ElitserienDamer2016-2017/
  8. http://www.curling.se/tavla/tavlaarkiv/ELITSERIEDAMER2017-2018/
  9. https://www.slcc.se/
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