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Charlotte Kalla becomes a mother

Just over a year after her last Swedish National Championships start, cross-country skiing superstar Charlotte Kalla becomes a mother.

Photo: Modica/NordicFocus

Charlotte Kalla (SWE) during the 2022 Falun World Cup.

On July 15, 2023, Charlotte Kalla became a mother for the first time. The news was released on her social media. 

Instagram Post

“Welcome to the world!” writes Kalla in a post she shared on social media.

Later in the post, the 35-year-old writes that the family is doing well and added:

“We feel so much love for you!”

Kalla shares the news on Instagram. Image: Screenshot/Private

Successful career

Charlotte Kalla is one of the best cross-country skiers of all time. A four-time Olympian, Kalla won three gold and six silver medals at the Winter Olympics. She is also a 13-time medalist at the World Championships (three gold, six silver, and four bronze medals). In 2008 she won the Tour de Ski, and she has 12 victories and 59 podiums in the World Cup. 

After the Swede retired as a skier, she has, among other things, become an ambassador for the World Ski Championships 2027 in Falun.

Read More: Charlotte Kalla ends her elite career at the Swedish Championships.

Kalla releases autobiography

At the beginning of June, Kalla told that in the fall, she would release her autobiography “Skam den som ger sig” (Shame on giving up – free translation).

“The idea of ​​a book has been there during my career. But it was when I did my summer talk last year I felt there were many topics I wanted to cover in a book. And it has been a fascinating process,” says Kalla.

She has written the book with Johan Esk (sports journalist and columnist at Dagens Nyheter).

“I have been sincere in the book. The book is written in the first person; those are my experiences. What I felt and reflected on during my career was the important thing.”

Read More: Kalla releases autobiography

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