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The Sweden Democrats held the balance of power and voted the government's budget down in the Riksdag, but due to agreements between the government and the Alliance, the government was able to hang onto power.
The general election saw the Red-greens lose seats to the right-wing Sweden Democrats and to the centre-right parties of the former Alliance.
Situated in Northern Europe, Sweden lies west of the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Bothnia , providing a long coastline, and forms the eastern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula.
To the west is the Scandinavian mountain chain Skanderna , a range that separates Sweden from Norway. Finland is located to its north-east.
Its border with Norway 1, km long is the longest uninterrupted border within Europe. Sweden has 25 provinces or landskap , based on culture, geography and history.
While these provinces serve no political or administrative purpose, they play an important role in people's self-identity.
The provinces are usually grouped together in three large lands , parts, the northern Norrland, the central Svealand and southern Götaland.
Sweden also has the Vindelfjällen Nature Reserve , one of the largest protected areas in Europe, totaling , ha approx. Southern Sweden is predominantly agricultural, with increasing forest coverage northward.
The highest population density is in the Öresund Region in southern Sweden, along the western coast up to central Bohuslän, and in the valley of lake Mälaren and Stockholm.
Gotland and Öland are Sweden's largest islands ; Vänern and Vättern are its largest lakes. Combined with the third- and fourth-largest lakes Mälaren and Hjälmaren , these lakes take up a significant part of the southern Sweden's area.
Sweden's extensive waterway availability throughout the south was exploited with the building of the Göta Canal in the 19th century, shortening the potential distance between the Baltic Sea south of Norrköping and Gothenburg by using the lake and river network to facilitate the canal.
Most of Sweden has a temperate climate , despite its northern latitude , with largely four distinct seasons and mild temperatures throughout the year.
The winter in the far south is usually weak and is manifested only through some shorter periods with snow and sub-zero temperatures, autumn may well turn into spring there, without a distinct period of winter.
The country can be divided into three types of climate: the southernmost part has an oceanic climate , the central part has a humid continental climate and the northernmost part has a subarctic climate.
However, Sweden is much warmer and drier than other places at a similar latitude, and even somewhat farther south, mainly because of the combination of the Gulf Stream   and the general west wind drift, caused by the direction of planet Earth's rotation.
Continental west-coasts to which all of Scandinavia belongs, as the westernmost part of the Eurasian continent , are notably warmer than continental east-coasts; this can also be seen by comparing e.
North of the Arctic Circle, the sun never sets for part of each summer, and it never rises for part of each winter.
In the capital, Stockholm , daylight lasts for more than 18 hours in late June but only around 6 hours in late December.
Sweden receives between 1, and 1, hours of sunshine annually. That, in turn, renders most of Sweden's southern areas having warmer summers than almost everywhere in the nearby British Isles , even matching temperatures found along the continental Atlantic coast as far south as in northern Spain.
In winter, however, the same high-pressure systems sometimes put the entire country far below freezing temperatures.
There is some maritime moderation from the Atlantic which renders the Swedish continental climate less severe than that of nearby Russia. Even though temperature patterns differ between north and south, the summer climate is surprisingly similar all through the entire country in spite of the large latitudinal differences.
This is due to the south's being surrounded by a greater mass of water, with the wider Baltic Sea and the Atlantic air passing over lowland areas from the south-west.
Apart from the ice-free Atlantic bringing marine air into Sweden tempering winters, the mildness is further explained by prevailing low-pressure systems postponing winter, with the long nights often staying above freezing in the south of the country due to the abundant cloud cover.
By the time winter finally breaks through, daylight hours rise quickly, ensuring that daytime temperatures soar quickly in spring.
With the greater number of clear nights, frosts remain commonplace quite far south as late as April.
The cold winters occur when low-pressure systems are weaker. An example is that the coldest ever month January in Stockholm was also the sunniest January month on record.
The relative strength of low and high-pressure systems of marine and continental air also define the highly variable summers.
Nights normally remain cool, especially in inland areas. Transitional seasons are normally quite extensive and the four-season climate applies to most of Sweden's territory, except in Scania where some years do not record a meteorological winter see table below or in the high Lapland mountains where polar microclimates exist.
Despite northerly locations, southern and central Sweden may have almost no snow in some winters. Most of Sweden is located in the rain shadow of the Scandinavian Mountains through Norway and north-west Sweden.
The blocking of cool and wet air in summer, as well as the greater landmass, leads to warm and dry summers far north in the country, with quite warm summers at the Bothnia Bay coast at 65 degrees latitude, which is unheard of elsewhere in the world at such northerly coastlines.
Swedish Meteorological Institute, SMHI's monthly average temperatures of some of their weather stations — for the latest scientific full prefixed thirty-year period — Next will be presented in year The weather stations are sorted from south towards north by their numbers.
Sweden has a considerable south to north distance stretching between the latitudes N and N which causes large climatic difference, especially during the winter.
The related matter of the length and strength of the four seasons plays a role in which plants that naturally can grow at various places.
Sweden is divided in five major vegetation zones. These are:. Also known as the nemoral region, the southern deciduous forest zone is a part of a larger vegetation zone which also includes Denmark and large parts of Central Europe.
It has to a rather large degree become agricultural areas, but larger and smaller forests still exist. The region is characterised by a large wealth of trees and shrubs.
The beech are the most dominant tree, but oak can also form smaller forests. Other important trees and shrubs in this zone include hornbeam , elder , hazel , fly honeysuckle , linden lime , spindle , yew , alder buckthorn , blackthorn , aspen , European rowan , Swedish whitebeam , juniper , European holly , ivy , dogwood , goat willow , larch , bird cherry , wild cherry , maple , ash , alder along creeks, and in sandy soil birch compete with pine.
Also known as the boreo-nemoral region, the southern coniferous forest zone is delimited by the oak 's northern natural limit limes norrlandicus and the Spruce 's southern natural limit,  between the southern deciduous zone and the Taiga farther north.
In the southern parts of this zone the coniferous species are found, mainly spruce and pine , mixed with various deciduous trees.
Birch grows largely everywhere. The beech 's northern boundary crosses this zone. This is however not the case with oak and ash.
Although in its natural area, also planted Spruce are common, and such woods are very dense, as the spruces can grow very tight, especially in this vegetation zone's southern areas.
The northern coniferous forest zone begins north of the natural boundary of the oak. Of deciduous species the birch is the only one of significance.
Pine and spruce are dominant, but the forests are slowly but surely more sparsely grown the farther towards the north it gets.
In the extreme north is it difficult to state the trees forms true forests at all, due to the large distances between the trees. The alpine-birch zone, in the Scandinavian mountains, depending on both latitude and altitude, is an area where only a smaller kind of birch Betula pubescens or B.
Where this vegetation zone ends, no trees grow at all: the bare mountain zone. The public sector in Sweden is divided into two parts: the legal person known as the State Swedish : staten [b] and local authorities: [c] the latter include regional County Councils Swedish : landsting and local Municipalities Swedish : kommuner.
Sweden is a constitutional monarchy , and King Carl XVI Gustaf is the head of state , but the role of the monarch is limited to ceremonial and representative functions.
Legislative power is vested in the unicameral Riksdag with members. General elections are held every four years, on the second Sunday of September.
Legislation may be initiated by the Government or by members of the Riksdag. Members are elected on the basis of proportional representation to a four-year term.
The internal workings of the Riksdag are, in addition to the Instrument of Government, regulated by the Riksdag Act Swedish : Riksdagsordningen.
Most of the State administrative authorities Swedish : statliga förvaltningsmyndigheter report to the Government, including but not limited to the Armed Forces , the Enforcement Authority , the National Library , the Swedish police and the Tax Agency.
A unique feature of Swedish State administration is that individual cabinet ministers do not bear any individual ministerial responsibility for the performance of the agencies within their portfolio; as the director-generals and other heads of government agencies reports directly to the Government as a whole; and individual ministers are prohibited to interfere; thus the origin of the pejorative in Swedish political parlance term ministerstyre English: "ministerial rule" in matters that are to be handled by the individual agencies, unless otherwise specifically provided for in law.
The Judiciary is independent from the Riksdag, Government and other State administrative authorities. The Swedish Social Democratic Party has played a leading role in Swedish politics since , after the Reformists had confirmed their strength and the left-wing revolutionaries formed their own party.
After , most governments have been dominated by the Social Democrats. Only five general elections since World War II— , , , and —have given the assembled bloc of centre-right parties enough seats in the Riksdag to form a government.
For over 50 years, Sweden had had five parties who continually received enough votes to gain seats in the Riksdag—the Social Democrats, the Moderate Party , the Centre Party , the Liberal People's Party and the Left Party—before the Green Party became the sixth party in the election.
In the election, while the Greens lost their seats, two new parties gained seats for the first time: the Christian Democrats and New Democracy.
The election saw the return of the Greens and the demise of New Democracy. It was not until elections in that an eighth party, the Sweden Democrats , gained Riksdag seats.
In the elections to the European Parliament , parties who have failed to pass the Riksdag threshold have managed to gain representation at that venue: the June List — , the Pirate Party — , and Feminist Initiative — In the general election the Moderate Party formed the centre-right Alliance for Sweden bloc and won a majority of the Riksdag seats.
In the general election the Alliance contended against a unified left block consisting of the Social Democrats, the Greens and the Left Party.
Nevertheless, neither the Alliance, nor the left block, chose to form a coalition with the Sweden Democrats.
The outcome of the general election resulted in the attainment of more seats by the three centre-left parties in comparison to the centre-right Alliance for Sweden, with the two blocs receiving and seats respectively.
Election turnout in Sweden has always been high by international comparison. Although it declined in recent decades, the latest elections saw an increase in voter turnout Sweden is a unitary state divided into 21 county councils landsting and municipalities kommuner.
Every county council corresponds to a county län with a number of municipalities per county. County councils and municipalities have different roles and separate responsibilities relating to local government.
Health care, public transport and certain cultural institutions are administered by county councils. Preschools, primary and secondary schooling, public water utilities, garbage disposal, elderly care and rescue services are administered by the municipalities.
Gotland is a special case of being a county council with only one municipality and the functions of county council and municipality are performed by the same organisation.
Municipal and county council government in Sweden is similar to city commission and cabinet-style council government. Both levels have legislative assemblies municipal councils and county council assemblies of between 31 and members always an uneven number that are elected from party-list proportional representation at the general election which are held every four years in conjunction with the national parliamentary elections.
Municipalities are also divided into a total of 2, parishes församlingar. These have no official political responsibilities but are traditional subdivisions of the Church of Sweden and still have some importance as census districts for census-taking and elections.
The Swedish government has 21 County Administrative Boards Swedish : länsstyrelser , which are responsible for regional state administration not assigned to other government agencies or local government.
Each county administrative boards is led by a County Governor Swedish : landshövding appointed for a term of six years.
The list of previous officeholders for the counties stretches back, in most cases, to when the counties were created by Lord High Chancellor Count Axel Oxenstierna.
The main responsibility of the County Administrative Board is to co-ordinate the development of the county in line with goals set by the Riksdag and Government.
There are older historical divisions, primarily the twenty-five provinces and three lands, which still retain cultural significance.
The actual age of the kingdom of Sweden is unknown. In the first case, Svealand was first mentioned as having one single ruler in the year 98 by Tacitus, but it is almost impossible to know for how long it had been this way.
However, historians usually start the line of Swedish monarchs from when Svealand and Götaland were ruled under the same king, namely Eric the Victorious Geat and his son Olof Skötkonung in the 10th century.
These events are often described as the consolidation of Sweden , although substantial areas were conquered and incorporated later. Earlier kings, for which no reliable historical sources exist, can be read about in mythical kings of Sweden and semi-legendary kings of Sweden.
Many of these kings are only mentioned in various saga and blend with Norse mythology. Up until the beginning of the s, all laws in Sweden were introduced with the words, "We, the king of Sweden, of the Goths and Wends".
This title was used up until The term riksdag was used for the first time in the s, although the first meeting where representatives of different social groups were called to discuss and determine affairs affecting the country as a whole took place as early as , in the town of Arboga.
Executive power was historically shared between the King and an aristocratic Privy council until , followed by the King's autocratic rule initiated by the commoner estates of the Riksdag.
As a reaction to the failed Great Northern War, a parliamentary system was introduced in , followed by three different flavours of constitutional monarchy in , and , the latter granting several civil liberties.
Already during the first of those three periods, the 'Era of Liberty' —72 the Swedish Rikstag had developed into a very active Parliament, and this tradition continued into the nineteenth century, laying the basis for the transition towards modern democracy at the end of that century.
In Sweden became a constitutional monarchy with a bicameral parliament, with the First Chamber indirectly elected by local governments, and the Second Chamber directly elected in national elections every four years.
In the parliament became unicameral. Legislative power was symbolically shared between the King and the Riksdag until Swedish taxation is controlled by the Riksdag.
Sweden has a history of strong political involvement by ordinary people through its "popular movements" Folkrörelser , the most notable being trade unions, the independent Christian movement, the temperance movement, the women's movement , and the intellectual property pirate movements.
Sweden was the first country in the world to outlaw corporal punishment of children by their parents parents' right to spank their own children was first removed in , and it was explicitly prohibited by law from July .
Sweden is currently leading the EU in statistics measuring equality in the political system and equality in the education system. The courts are divided into two parallel and separate systems: The general courts allmänna domstolar for criminal and civil cases, and general administrative courts allmänna förvaltningsdomstolar for cases relating to disputes between private persons and the authorities.
There are also a number of special courts, which will hear a narrower set of cases, as set down by legislation. While independent in their rulings, some of these courts are operated as divisions within courts of the general or general administrative courts.
The Supreme Court of Sweden Swedish : Högsta domstolen is the third and final instance in all civil and criminal cases in Sweden. Before a case can be decided by the Supreme Court, leave to appeal must be obtained, and with few exceptions, leave to appeal can be granted only when the case is of interest as a precedent.
According to a victimisation survey of 1, residents in , Sweden has above-average crime rates compared to other EU countries. Sweden has high or above-average levels of assaults, sexual assaults, hate crimes, and consumer fraud.
Sweden has low levels of burglary, car theft and drug problems. Bribe seeking is rare. A mid-November news report announced that four prisons in Sweden were closed during the year due to a significant drop in the number of inmates.
Throughout the 20th century, Swedish foreign policy was based on the principle of non-alignment in peacetime and neutrality in wartime.
Sweden's government pursued an independent course of nonalignment in times of peace so that neutrality would be possible in the event of war.
Sweden's doctrine of neutrality is often traced back to the 19th century as the country has not been in a state of war since the end of the Swedish campaign against Norway in This has sometimes been disputed since in effect Sweden allowed in select cases the Nazi regime to use its railroad system to transport troops and goods,   especially iron ore from mines in northern Sweden, which was vital to the German war machine.
During the early Cold War era, Sweden combined its policy of non-alignment and a low profile in international affairs with a security policy based on strong national defence.
Later investigations revealed that the plane was actually gathering information for NATO. Prime Minister Olof Palme made an official visit to Cuba during the s, during which he denounced Fulgencio Batista 's government and praised contemporary Cuban and Cambodian revolutionaries in a speech.
Beginning in the late s, Sweden attempted to play a more significant and independent role in international relations.
It involved itself significantly in international peace efforts, especially through the United Nations, and in support to the Third World. On 27 October , a Whiskey-class submarine U from the Soviet Union ran aground close to the naval base at Karlskrona in the southern part of the country.
Research has never clearly established whether the submarine ended up on the shoals through a navigational mistake or if an enemy committed espionage against Swedish military potential.
The incident triggered a diplomatic crisis between Sweden and the Soviet Union. Following the assassination of Olof Palme and with the end of the Cold War, Sweden has adopted a more traditional foreign policy approach.
Nevertheless, the country remains active in peace keeping missions and maintains a considerable foreign aid budget.
Since Sweden has been a member of the European Union, and as a consequence of a new world security situation the country's foreign policy doctrine has been partly modified, with Sweden playing a more active role in European security co-operation.
The law is enforced in Sweden by several government entities. The Swedish police is a Government agency concerned with police matters.
The Swedish Security Service 's responsibilities are counter-espionage , anti-terrorist activities, protection of the constitution and protection of sensitive objects and people.
The Försvarsmakten Swedish Armed Forces are a government agency reporting to the Swedish Ministry of Defence and responsible for the peacetime operation of the armed forces of Sweden.
The primary task of the agency is to train and deploy peacekeeping forces abroad, while maintaining the long-term ability to refocus on the defence of Sweden in the event of war.
The armed forces are divided into Army , Air Force and Navy. The head of the armed forces is the Supreme Commander Överbefälhavaren , ÖB , the most senior commissioned officer in the country.
Up to , the King was pro forma Commander-in-Chief , but in reality it was clearly understood through the 20th century that the monarch would have no active role as a military leader.
Until the end of the Cold War, nearly all males reaching the age of military service were conscripted. In recent years, the number of conscripted males has shrunk dramatically, while the number of female volunteers has increased slightly.
Recruitment has generally shifted towards finding the most motivated recruits, rather than solely focusing on those otherwise most fit for service.
By law, all soldiers serving abroad must be volunteers. In , the total number of conscripts was 45, By , it was down to 15, On 1 July , Sweden ended routine conscription, switching to an all-volunteer force unless otherwise required for defence readiness.
The total forces gathered would consist of about 60, personnel. This in comparison with the s, before the fall of the Soviet Union, when Sweden could gather up to 1,, servicemembers.
However, on 11 December , due to tensions in the Baltic area, the Swedish Government reintroduced one part of the Swedish conscription system , refresher training.
The first recruits began their training in As the law is now gender neutral, both men and women may have to serve. Sweden is the sixteenth-richest country in the world in terms of GDP gross domestic product per capita and a high standard of living is experienced by its citizens.
Sweden is an export-oriented mixed economy. Timber, hydropower and iron ore constitute the resource base of an economy with a heavy emphasis on foreign trade.
Sweden is the ninth-largest arms exporter in the world. The country ranks among the highest for telephone and Internet access penetration.
Trade unions, employers' associations and collective agreements cover a large share of the employees in Sweden. Both the prominent role of collective bargaining and the way in which the high rate of coverage is achieved reflect the dominance of self-regulation regulation by the labour market parties themselves over state regulation in Swedish industrial relations.
In Sweden's income Gini coefficient was the third lowest among developed countries, at 0. However, Sweden's wealth Gini coefficient at 0.
Danderyd , outside Stockholm, has Sweden's highest Gini coefficient of income inequality, at 0. In and around Stockholm and Scania, two of the more densely populated regions of Sweden, the income Gini coefficient is between 0.
In terms of structure, the Swedish economy is characterised by a large, knowledge-intensive and export-oriented manufacturing sector; an increasing, but comparatively small, business service sector ; and by international standards, a large public service sector.
Large organisations, both in manufacturing and services, dominate the Swedish economy. An estimated 4. The Swedish government is seeking to reduce its costs through decreased sick leave hours and increased efficiency.
Total tax collected by Sweden as a percentage of its GDP peaked at Overall, GDP growth has been fast since reforms—especially those in manufacturing—were enacted in the early s.
Sweden is the fourth-most competitive economy in the world, according to the World Economic Forum in its Global Competitiveness Report — The book compiled an index to measure the kind of creativity it claims is most useful to business—talent, technology and tolerance.
Sweden maintains its own currency, the Swedish krona SEK , a result of the Swedes having rejected the euro in a referendum. According to the Economic Survey of Sweden by the OECD, the average inflation in Sweden has been one of the lowest among European countries since the mids, largely because of deregulation and quick utilisation of globalisation.
Financial deregulation in the s impacted adversely on the property market, leading to a bubble and eventually a crash in the early s.
Commercial property prices fell by up to two thirds, resulting in two Swedish banks having to be taken over by the government. In the following two decades the property sector strengthened.
By , legislators, economists and the IMF were again warning of a bubble with residential property prices soaring and the level of personal mortgage debt expanding.
Sweden's energy market is largely privatised. At the same time, the use of biofuels , peat etc.
Sweden was a net importer of electricity by a margin of 6 TWh. The oil crisis strengthened Sweden's commitment to decrease dependence on imported fossil fuels.
Since then, electricity has been generated mostly from hydropower and nuclear power. The use of nuclear power has been limited, however.
New motorways are still under construction and a new motorway from Uppsala to Gävle was finished on 17 October Sweden had left-hand traffic Vänstertrafik in Swedish from approximately and continued to do so well into the 20th century.
Voters rejected right-hand traffic in , but after the Riksdag passed legislation in changeover took place on 3 September , known in Swedish as Dagen H.
The Stockholm metro is the only underground system in Sweden and serves the city of Stockholm via stations. The rail transport market is privatised, but while there are many privately owned enterprises, the largest operators are still owned by state.
The counties have financing, ticket and marketing responsibility for local trains. For other trains the operators handle tickets and marketing themselves.
Most of the railways are owned and operated by Trafikverket. Most tram nets were closed in , as Sweden changed from left-side to right-side driving.
But they survived in Norrköping , Stockholm and Gothenburg, with Gothenburg tram network being the largest. A new tram line is set to open in Lund in The largest airports include Stockholm—Arlanda Airport The most used airport for a large part of Southern Sweden is Kastrup or Copenhagen Airport which is located only 12 minutes by train from the closest Swedish railway station, Hyllie.
Copenhagen Airport also is the largest international airport in Scandinavia and Finland. Sweden also has a number of car ferry connections to several neighbouring countries.
Trelleborg is the busiest ferry port in Sweden in terms of weight transported by lorry. There are over seventy departures a day each way; during peak times, a ferry departs every fifteen minutes.
Finally, there are ferries from Strömstad near the Norwegian border to destinations around the Oslofjord in Norway. There used to be ferry services to the United Kingdom from Göteborg to destinations such as Immingham, Harwich and Newcastle, but these have been discontinued.
Sweden has two domestic ferry lines with large vessels, both connecting Gotland with the mainland. The lines leave from Visby harbour on the island, and the ferries sail to either Oskarshamn or Nynäshamn.
Sweden has one of the most highly developed welfare states in the world. During this period Sweden's economic growth was also one of the highest in the industrial world.
A series of successive social reforms transformed the country into one of the most equal and developed on earth. The consistent growth of the welfare state led to Swedes achieving unprecedented levels of social mobility and quality of life—to this day Sweden consistently ranks at the top of league tables for health, literacy and Human Development—far ahead of some wealthier countries for example the United States.
However, from the s and onwards Sweden's GDP growth fell behind other industrialised countries and the country's per capita ranking fell from 4th to 14th place in a few decades.
Sweden began slowing the expansion of the welfare state in the s, and even trimming it back. Sweden has been relatively quick to adopt neoliberal policies, such as privatization , financialization and deregulation ,   compared to countries such as France.
Also since the mids, Sweden has had the fastest growth in inequality of any developed nation, according to the OECD.
This has largely been attributed to the reduction in state benefits and a shift toward the privatisation of public services.
According to Barbro Sorman, an activist of the opposition Left Party, "The rich are getting richer, and the poor are getting poorer.
Sweden is starting to look like the USA. Sweden adopted free market agricultural policies in Since the s, the agricultural sector had been subject to price controls.
In June , the Riksdag voted for a new agricultural policy marking a significant shift away from price controls. As a result, food prices fell somewhat.
However, the liberalisations soon became moot because EU agricultural controls supervened. Since the late s, Sweden has had the highest tax quota as percentage of GDP in the industrialised world, although today the gap has narrowed and Denmark has surpassed Sweden as the most heavily taxed country among developed countries.
Certain items are subject to additional taxes, e. In [update] , total tax revenue was State and municipal employees total around a third of the workforce, much more than in most Western countries.
Spending on transfers is also high. In and , 69 per cent of the employed workers is organised in trade unions. Sweden has a relatively high amount of sick leave per worker in OECD: the average worker loses 24 days due to sickness.
The unemployment rate was 7. In the 18th century Sweden's scientific revolution took off. Previously, technical progress had mainly come from mainland Europe.
Many of the companies founded by early pioneers still remain major international brands. Alfred Nobel invented dynamite and instituted the Nobel Prizes.
Lars Magnus Ericsson started the company bearing his name, Ericsson, still one of the largest telecom companies in the world. Jonas Wenström was an early pioneer in alternating current and is along with Serbian inventor Nikola Tesla credited as one of the inventors of the three-phase electrical system.
The traditional engineering industry is still a major source of Swedish inventions, but pharmaceuticals, electronics and other high-tech industries are gaining ground.
Tetra Pak was an invention for storing liquid foods, invented by Erik Wallenberg. This means they do not believe in a god. Sweden men and women's teams combined has five bronze medals and two silver medals from the World Cup in football soccer.
The soccer league in Sweden is called Allsvenskan men's and Damallsvenskan women's. Sweden has also performed well in ice hockey. Swimmer Sara Sjöström has several gold, silver and bronze medals from the Olympic Games and holds several world records.
Sweden also succeeds in cross-country skiing , having won several medals in the Olympic games. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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