Erik Lund

Erik Lund may refer to:

  • Erik Lund (rugby player) (born 1979), Norwegian international rugby player
  • Erik Lund (footballer) (born 1988), Swedish footballer
  • Erik Swane Lund (born 1923), Danish Olympic fencer.

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Denmark Open - Previous Champions
... Maria Bengtsson 1988-1989 Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen Li Lingwei Li Yongbo Tian Bingyi Lin Ying Guan Weizhen Jesper Knudsen Nettie Nielsen 1989-1990 Morten Frost Tang Jiuhong 1990-1991 Poul-Erik ...
List Of Danish National Badminton Champions
... Aase Winther Anni Jørgensen, Københavns BK Poul-Erik Nielsen, Skovshoved IF Kirsten Thorndahl, Amager BC 1955/1956 Palle Granlund, Amager BC Tonny Petersen, Amager BC Jørn Skaarup ...
List Of All England Mixed Doubles Champions
... Finn Kobberø/Aase Winther 15–9, 7–15 15–5 1959 Poul Erik Nielsen/Inge Birgit Hansen Jørgen Hammergaard Hansen/Kirsten Granlund 14–17, 15–7, 15–3 1960 Finn Kobberø/Kirs ... Mogensen 15–6, 15–3 1991 Park Joo-bong/Chung Myung-hee Thomas Lund/Pernille Dupont 15-10, 10-15, 15-4 1992 Thomas Lund/Pernille Dupont Jon Holst-Christensen/Grete Mogensen 15. 1994 Nick Ponting/Joanne Wright Chris Hunt/Gillian Clark 15-10, 15-11 1995 Thomas Lund/Marlene Thomsen Jon Holst-Christensen/Rikke Olsen 15-7, 15-7 ...
Erik Lund (rugby Union)
... Erik Lund (born 3 July 1979, Fredrikstad, Norway) is a Norwegian rugby union footballer who plays lock forward for Norway and since 2010 for the French team ... The son of Norwegian basketball international Morten Lund, his family moved to England when he was 6 months old, where future England flanker Magnus was born ... Erik Lund played for the Jesmond Jaguars while he was at the University of Newcastle ...

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