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Who is Sanna Kallur?

Susanna Kallur has been an ÅF employee since 2006. But she is not only an ÅF employee, she is also the world record holder at 60 meter sprint hurdles.

Susanna Kallur has been a professional athlete for many years, competing in sprint hurdles. She is born in 1981 and has won several championships. Her biggest achievements are the gold medal from the European Championship in 2006 and the world record indoor on 60 meter hurdles in 2008. In January 2007 she won the Jerring Award, voted by the people of Sweden to be the best sports person or team in Sweden at the time. Number two in the vote was the Swedish national men's ice hockey team, which won Olympic gold and World Championships in 2006.

Susanna Kallur was one of the favourites for the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008 but unfortnately she fell on the first hurdle in the semifinal. From that year on, Susanna has been struggeling with injuries.

She is now back on track and made it to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro 2016. During all these years, ÅF stood by her side.

Follow Susanna Kallur

You can easily follow Susanna Kallur on her way to the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro.

Follow Susanna through her blog or Twitter.

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