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Sarah Sjöström

Sarah Sjostrom For Arena

“Don't limit your challenges, challenge your limits!”

Gold medalist Swedish swimmer Sarah Sjöström is the current world record holder in the 50 meter freestyle, the 100 meter freestyle, the 200 meter freestyle, the 50 meter butterfly, and the 100 meter butterfly. She is the first Swedish women swimmer to win a Olympic gold medal which was for the 50m butterfly and 100m butterfly. She is sponsored by Arena and has an Eagles Wings inspired swimsuit as part of the Arena Limited Collection. 

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Country: Sweden

Date of Birth: August 17, 1993

Height: 183 cm

Weight: 75 Kg

Discipline: Butterfly, Freestyle

Coach: Carl Jenner, Andrej Voronsov

Club: Södertörns Swim Club, Stockholm

Time off: Hang out with my dogs

Food: It depends!! After a tough week of training pizza is my favourite

Music: Toplist on Spotify

Film: The Day After Tomorrow


In the space of 18 short months, Sarah’s life changed dramatically. It started in 2008, when as a blissfully ignorant 14-year-old she jolted the swimming world by winning the Euro 100 fly final in Eindhoven, and then setting the world alight in Rome on two stunning days in 2009 with new world records on both days as she won the 100 fly World title. She was still three weeks away from her 16th birthday.

In 2010 she successfully defended her 100 fly Euro crown, and went into both the 2011 Worlds and London Olympics at or near the top of the world rankings, but things don’t always go according to form, and she left both meets without a medal. But it didn’t get her down: “There's no point being sad over individual losses, there will always be new races. The most important thing is to have fun, that’s when the results come.”

She was obviously having fun the following year when she won back her 100 fly World title in Barcelona, and enjoyed a stellar 2014 with 3 world records (50 fly, 200 free SC, and 100 fly SC), 3 Euro titles (100 free, 50 fly, 4x100 free), and 3 World SC titles (200 free, 50 & 100 fly). 2015 brought more fun at Kazan’s Worlds, where she repeated her 2009 feat of breaking the 100 fly world record on successive days to successfully defend her 2013 title, also winning the 50 fly gold. 


50m butterfly  (24.43, 2014 Swedish Championships, Borås)
100m butterfly  (55.64, 2015 World Championships, Kazan)


200m freestyle  (1:50.78, 2014 World SC Championships, Doha)

100m butterfly  (54.61, 2014 World SC Championships, Doha)
4x100m medley  (3:55.24, 2015 World Championships, Kazan)
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