Prince Carl Philip presents the Jerring Prize to triathlete Lisa Nordén. Photo: Claudio Bresciani/Scanpix
On Monday 14 January, Prince Carl Philip presented Radiosporten's Jerring Prize at the Swedish Sports Gala at the Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm.
The award was presented to triathlete Lisa Nordén, who won both a silver medal at the Olympic Games in London and the World Championship gold in 2012. At the Swedish Sports Gala, Lisa won the following prizes: • Performance of the Year • Sportswoman of the Year • Svenska Dagbladet's Golden Achievement Find out more about Lisa Nordén here. There have been a number of classic last-minute Olympic dramas in Swedish sporting history, including Lisa's final spurt in the triathlon on 4 August 2012. After 1,500 metres of swimming, 43 kilometres of cycling and 10 kilometres of running, it all came down to a photo finish.
About the Jerring Prize
The Jerring Prize is the only sports prize to be judged by the Swedish people, and is presented to the individual or team that has achieved the year's best performance in Swedish sport. The prize was instituted in 1979 by Radiosporten to commemorate the legendary radio journalist Sven Jerring, who died that year.