Tove Alexandersson is the leading Swedish orienteering medal in sports history. Even though he was only 26 years old, he has already won 18 World Cup medals (seven golds) and nine Euro medals (five golds).
Exactly how superior, opponents showed the honorary daughter of the final SM competitions of this year: the ultralang in Aneby in Småland. It was eighteen minutes before Alva Olsson, two years old.
– Time went by, haha. In a press release from the Swedish Orientation Association, Alexandersson says that I didn't feel too much out.
Alexandersson wants to compete against the gentlemen
Now Alexandersson is willing to use harsh methods to bring new challenges. It opens to change classes and compete against men in the next SM.
"I was used to long distances, so now I'm used to ordinary long distances, so I think it's fun to run something that's going to get harder now. We'll see. Alexandersson.
Why wouldn't it be fun.
Alexandersson wouldn't be the first Swedish athlete he ever chose to compete against gentlemen. In 2003, the golf legend Annika Sörenstam made this The PGA Tour The Colonial in Texas.