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Sofia Mabergs was born on 9 April, 1993 in Malung, Sweden, is a Swedish curler. At 27 years old, Sofia Mabergs height is 5 ft 2 in (160.0 cm).

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Age 27 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 9 April 1993
Birthday 9 April
Birthplace Malung, Sweden
Nationality Sweden

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Sofia Mabergs Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Sofia Mabergs worth at the age of 27 years old? Sofia Mabergsā€™s income source is mostly from being a successful Curler. She is from Sweden. We have estimated Sofia Mabergs's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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Team Hasselborg began the 2019–20 season at the Stu Sells Oakville Tankard where they defeated Anna Sidorova in the final. They missed the playoffs at the 2019 AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic after going 2–2 in the round robin. They defended their title at the 2019 European Curling Championships. Down 4–3 in the tenth end of the final to Scotland's Eve Muirhead, Hasselborg made a runback on her final stone to score two and win. In Grand Slam play, Team Hasselborg were the most dominant team on the women's side, winning them the 2019–20 Pinty's Cup. They lost in the semifinal of the Masters to Tracy Fleury before winning the next three Slams, the Tour Challenge, National and the Canadian Open. The team was set to represent Sweden at the 2020 World Women's Curling Championship before the event got cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Canadian Open would be their last event of the season as both the Players' Championship and the Champions Cup Grand Slam events were also cancelled due to the pandemic.


In February 2018, her team of Anna Hasselborg, Sara McManus and Agnes Knochenhauer won the Gold Medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang defeating Kim Eun-jung in the final. The next month, the rink made it to the final of the 2018 Ford World Women's Curling Championship but they lost in an extra end to Canada's Jennifer Jones.

Mabergs won her first Grand Slam in the inaugural women's Elite 10 in 2018, going undefeated through the tournament and defeating Silvana Tirinzoni in the final. At the 2018 Masters, the Hasselborg rink won their second straight slam, defeating Rachel Homan in the final. The team lost the world final once again at the 2019 World Women's Curling Championship, this time to Silvana Tirinzoni.


Mabergs was the alternate on the Swedish team (skipped by Margaretha Sigfridsson) at the 2015 World Women's Curling Championship. Mabergs did not play any games and the team finished 7th. In the off-season, Mabergs joined the Anna Hasselborg rink. The team would go on to win a silver medal at the 2016 European Curling Championships and represented Sweden at the 2017 World Women's Curling Championship where they finished fourth.


Mabergs played lead for Sweden at the 2014 European Mixed Curling Championship on a team skipped by her brother Patric. After posting a 6-2 record in their group, the team would win three straight playoff games to claim the gold medal.


Mabergs played lead on the Swedish junior women's team at the 2011 and 2012 World Junior Curling Championships, on teams skipped by Jonna McManus and Sara McManus respectively. At both events, Sweden placed fourth. Mabergs played third on the Swedish team, skipped by Sara McManus, at the 2013 World Junior Curling Championships. That team would place fifth. Mabergs played lead for the University of Gävle team representing Sweden (and again, skipped by Sara McManus) at the 2015 Winter Universiade. There, the team finished fourth.


Sofia Mabergs (born April 9, 1993) is a Swedish curler from Gävle.