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Niklas Edin was born on 6 July, 1985 in Sidensjö, Sweden, is a Swedish curler from Örnsköldsvik, Sweden. At 35 years old, Niklas Edin height is 5 ft 7 in (171.0 cm).
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|Niklas Edin Age||37 years old|
|Born||6 July 1985|
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Niklas Edin Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Niklas Edin worth at the age of 37 years old? Niklas Edin’s income source is mostly from being a successful Curler. He is from Sweden. We have estimated Niklas Edin's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
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|Source of Income||Curler|
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Team Edin had a slow start to the 2019–20 season but also reached new milestones as the season progressed. After finishing as the runner-up at the Baden Masters, they did not qualify for the playoffs at the first Grand Slam, the 2019 Masters. They then reached the bronze medal position at the Swiss Cup Basel, and made the playoffs at the 2019 Tour Challenge before losing to Team Brad Gushue in the quarters. In November 2019, however, Team Edin won a record seventh European Curling Curling Championship at the 2019 European Curling Championships. In December, the team also reached their tenth final at a Grand Slam of Curling event when they reached the final of the Boost National, losing to Team Brad Jacobs. The team finished the year in Japan at the Karuizawa International, coming in second to Team Matsumura.. As the new year began, Team Edin rejoined Team Europe and successfully defended their Continental Cup of Curling title, though they did not reach the playoffs at the 2020 Canadian Open. In February 2020, Team Edin won the Swedish Men's Curling Championships and thus cemented their right to compete for their third straight World Men's Championship title. Unfortunately, the 2020 World Men's Curling Championship was canceled due to the global Coronavirus pandemic.
At the 2018 European Curling Championships, Team Edin went undefeated in the tournament until the final, where they lost to Scotland's rink skipped by Bruce Mouat. They again represented Sweden at the 2019 World Men's Curling Championship, winning the gold medal over Team Canada's Kevin Koe. It was Edin's fourth career World championship, tying Ernie Richardson's record of four World championships as a skip. Edin's win was significant, however, as he is the only skip to reach this milestone since the World Championships (formerly known as the Scotch Cup) expanded to three or more teams, with Richardson's first two Championships secured in contests between only two teams (Canada and Scotland). Edin also played in all four legs of the inaugural Curling World Cup, losing in the finals of the second and third legs.
In the 2017–18 season, Edin won his sixth gold medal at the European Curling Championships. He also skipped the Swedish men's team at the 2018 Winter Olympics, where he won a silver medal, losing to the United States (skipped by John Shuster) in the gold medal game. Team Edin avenged their loss at the 2017 Worlds by defeating Team Gushue in the finals of the 2018 World Men's Curling Championship, giving Edin his third World Championship gold medal. On the World Curling Tour, Team Edin did not win any slams but made it to the finals in three events.
The 2016–17 curling season currently stands as one of Edin's best on the World Curling Tour. His rink won three Grand Slam events, starting with the 2016 WFG Masters, a win that made curling history as Team Edin became the first non-Canadian skip to win a men's Grand Slam event. Later that same season, Team Edin became the first non-Canadian team to win the Tour Challenge and the Player's Championship. As a result, Team Edin also became the only non-Canadian team currently to have won more than one Slam. His team also finished the season in first place on the Tour in terms of order-of-merit points and money won, becoming the first time a non-Canadian team won the Pinty's Cup. Team Edin also won the 2016 European Curling Championships – the second for the new Team Edin and the fifth for Edin and his teammate Eriksson. Team Edin also made the finals of the 2017 World Men's Curling Championship, winning a silver medal after falling short in the final to Team Canada (skipped by Brad Gushue).
When Edin won the 2016 WFG Masters, he became the first non-Canadian skip to win a men's Grand Slam event.
As defending European champions, the Edin rink picked up their second straight gold medal when they won the 2015 European Curling Championships, this time defeating Switzerland's Peter de Cruz in the final. The team found less success at that season's World Championships, placing sixth.
In May 2014, Edin and Team Eriksson came to an agreement to form a new Team Edin, with Edin skipping the team in the fourth position and Oskar Eriksson playing third. Edin and Eriksson's team immediately saw the potential for the new team and aimed to become the number one team in the world. The 2014–15 season indeed became a golden year for the new Team Edin, as the team first won the gold medal at the 2014 European Curling Championships. Edin skipped Team Sweden to a perfect 11–0 record to win the European Championship, defeating Norway's Team Ulsrud in the final game, giving Edin his third European Championship gold. Team Edin then capped off the season by winning the World Championship gold medal at the 2015 Ford World Men's Curling Championship. While the team lost three round-robin games, they rallied in the playoffs defeating Finland, Canada and then their Norwegian rivals once again to pick up the championship. The victory meant that Edin and Eriksson held the gold medals at both the European and World Championships for the second time in a single curling season. That season, the team also reached their second career Grand Slam final, losing in the inaugural Elite 10 event.
The 2013–14 season was not as successful for the Edin rink. The team finished with a disappointing 5th place at the 2013 European Curling Championships. Edin then skipped the Swedish men's team at the 2014 Winter Olympics, leading Sweden to a first-place finish after the round-robin, with an 8–1 record. However, Team Sweden lost a tight match to the Great Britain team skipped by David Murdoch in the semi-final. Following this defeat, the team defeated China's Liu Rui for the bronze medal, giving Edin the first Olympic medal of his career. The Swedish Curling Federation, however, subsequently chose the team skipped by Oskar Eriksson, with future Team Edin members Christoffer Sundgren and Kristian Lindström, to represent Sweden at 2014 World Men's Curling Championship, after Team Eriksson had a successful and competitive year of their own on tour, securing a silver World Championship medal. This also meant, however, that Team Edin was not able to defend their 2013 championship win. At the end of the season, Sebastian Kraupp and Fredrik Lindberg announced that they were taking indeterminate breaks from curling and the team effectively disbanded.
The 2012–13 season became Edin's best season up until that point in time. The rink won two gold medals in the season. The first came at the 2012 European Curling Championships where they beat Team Ulsrud in the final. The team then won the 2013 World Curling Championship, giving Edin his first world championship gold medal. It was also the first time since 2004 that a Swedish men's curling team had won a world championship title.
Currently, Team Edin's record as the only non-Canadian team to win three Slams at the Grand Slam of Curling still stands. Edin also currently holds several records together with his teammate Oskar Eriksson. They hold the most European Men's Curling Championship titles (seven) and share the record of most World Men's Curling Championship titles (four). They also hold the record as the first men's curlers to simultaneously hold both the World Curling Championship and European Curling Championships in three separate curling seasons (2012-2013, 2014–2015, and 2017-2018). In 2019, Edin, together with his teammates Eriksson and Christoffer Sundgren, also became the first men's curlers to hold these same titles simultaneously in two separate calendar years (2015 and 2019).
Edin's rink continued their success into the 2011–12 season. The team won a silver medal at the 2011 European Curling Championships after losing in the final to Norway's Thomas Ulsrud. Later that season, the team won its second bronze medal at the 2012 World Men's Curling Championship. Edin played three games through severe pain with significant injuries, requiring the team to be reshuffled with Sebastian Kraupp skipping for the team, Fredrik Lindberg moving up to the third position, and Oskar Eriksson curling in the second position through the bronze medal game.
Team Edin's 2010–11 season was somewhat successful. At the 2010 European Curling Championships, his team was unable to secure a playoff spot but made up for this by winning a bronze medal at the 2011 Ford World Men's Curling Championship. On the World Curling Tour, Team Edin made it to two Grand Slam quarterfinals, and became the first non-Canadian team to make it to a men's Grand Slam final at the 2011 Players' Championship where the team lost to Team Kevin Martin.
As Edin's junior career came to an end, he quickly became one of the top skips in Sweden on the senior tour, backed by his teammates Sebastian Kraupp, Fredrik Lindberg, and Viktor Kjäll. Together, they filled the void in Swedish men's curling left by the retirement of Peja Lindholm. In 2009, Team Edin won the gold medal at the Winter Universiade. Later that same year, the team won the gold medal at the 2009 European Curling Championships, their first appearance at the championship. This made Team Edin a medal threat at the 2010 Winter Olympics, although they barely missed the medal platform, placing fourth and losing the bronze medal game to Switzerland.
In 2009 Edin was inducted into the Swedish Curling Hall of Fame.
Niklas Edin participated in as many as ten different sports simultaneously before he took up curling. He started curling in 1999, inspired in part by the Swedish women's team skipped by Elisabet Gustafson, which secured the bronze medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics. Five years later in 2004, Edin skipped his own team to a World Junior Curling Championship title for Sweden, defeating the team skipped by Stefan Rindlisbacher for Switzerland. The following year, Edin was selected as the alternate for the silver medal-winning Swedish team skipped by Nils Carlsén at the World Junior Curling Championships. Edin also skipped a new team in 2005 to a silver medal at the European Mixed Curling Championships, together with future longtime teammate Sebastian Kraupp. In 2006, Edin won a second silver medal at the World Junior Curling Championships, this time playing third for Team Carlsén. The team also qualified for the 2006 World Men's Curling Championship, finishing in fifth place. In 2007, Edin skipped yet another team at the World Junior Championships, winning his third silver junior championship medal and playing this time with his future teammates in the senior division Fredrik Lindberg and Kristian Lindström. In 2008, Edin also skipped a new team to the bronze medal at the 2008 European Mixed Curling Championships, with Anna Hasselborg playing third.
Johan Niklas Edin (born 6 July 1985) is a Swedish curler from Örnsköldsvik, Sweden. He currently resides in Karlstad, which has been his curling home base since 2008. He is a two-time medal winner in the Olympics, winning a silver medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics and the bronze medal the 2014 Winter Olympics. He is a four-time World champion (2013, 2015, 2018, 2019) and seven-time European champion (2009, 2012, 2014–2017, 2019). He has also made the playoffs in thirty Grand Slam of Curling Events and skipped his team to become the first non-Canadian men's team to win any Slam, as well as the first and only team to win more than one Slam and the Pinty's Cup. He has played exclusively in the position of skip since 2007. He is currently tied with Ernie Richardson as the only skip to have led his team to win four World Men's Championship medals and has won more medals as skip at those championships than any other skip. The team bearing his name has been ranked on the World Curling Tour as high as No. 1, holding that ranking for most of the 2017–18 season. Under the current World Curling Federation rankings, Team Edin is ranked among the Top 10 teams in the world.