Camilla Noréen

Camilla Noréen[1] (born March 16, 1971 in Gävle as Camilla Johansson) is a Swedish curler.[2]

Camilla Noréen
 
Other namesCamilla Johansson
Born (1971-03-16) March 16, 1971
Team
Curling clubCK Granit-Gävle, Gävle,
IK Fyris Uppsala, Uppsala
Mixed doubles
partner
Per Noréen
Career
Member Association Sweden
World Mixed Doubles Championship
appearances
6 (2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
European Championship
appearances
1 (2006)
Other appearancesEuropean Mixed Championship: 2 (2006, 2010),
Curling World Cup: 1 (2018-19/3)

She is a three-time World Mixed Doubles Championship silver medallist alongside her husband Per.

In 2006 she was inducted into Swedish Curling Hall of Fame.

Teams

SeasonSkipThirdSecondLeadAlternate
Coach
Events
2005-06Camilla JohanssonKatarina NybergMio HasselborgElisabeth PerssonSWCC 2006
2006-07Camilla JohanssonKatarina NybergMio HasselborgElisabeth PerssonLinda Ohlsson
Per Noréen
ECC 2006 (6th)
2011-12Hedvig KampCamilla JohanssonSigrid KampIsabell AnderssonJohanna Heldin
2014-15Maria Prytz (4th)Christina BertrupMaria WennerströmMargaretha Sigfridsson (skip)Camilla Johansson
Fredrik Hallström
SWCC 2015
Mixed curling
2006-07Per NoréenCamilla JohanssonFlemming PatzSusanne PatzEMxCC 2006 (4th)
2010-11Per NoréenCamilla JohanssonPatrik KarlssonKatarina NybergEMxCC 2010 (12th)
2013-14Per NoréenCamilla JohanssonMikael AnderssonIsabell AnderssonSMxCC 2014
Mixed doubles curling
2011-12Per NoréenCamilla JohanssonSMDCC 2012
WMDCC 2012
2013-14Per NoréenCamilla JohanssonSMDCC 2014
WMDCC 2014
2014-15Per NoréenCamilla JohanssonSMDCC 2015
WMDCC 2015
2015-16Per NoréenCamilla NoréenSMDCC 2016 (9th)
WMDCC 2016 (25th)
2016-17Per NoréenCamilla NoréenSMDCC 2017 (4th)
WMDCC 2017 (13th)
2017-18Per NoréenCamilla NoréenAlison KreviazukSMDCC 2018
WMDCC 2018 (7th)
2018-19Per NoréenCamilla NoréenAlison KreviazukCWC 2018-19/3 (5th)
SMDCC 2019 (14th)

References

  1. Other writing: Camilla Noreen .
  2. "Landslagsspelare genom tiderna – Damer - Svenska Curlingförbundet (Swedish female national curlers)" (in Swedish). Retrieved August 7, 2019. (look for "Johansson, Camilla")
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