John Lundvik, the athlete who represents Sweden in Eurovision
Relationships are always established between disparate and antagonistic themes, but the last thing we expected to talk about is a link between Eurovision and the world of professional athletics, the truth. The television contest in which each country presents a song with its corresponding group or singer and Europe as a whole, turns to choose the best one is in its week of maximum 'share'. Throughout the week the semifinals are disputed and on Saturday we will have the final gala in which the voting will take place and, in general, the whole show. By the way, that Spain presents, as is usual in recent years, a contestant of Operación Triunfo to this edition of 2019, Miki. The fact is that it has attracted attention in social networks that the candidate for Sweden, John Lundvik, born in 1983, it turns out that he has been a professional athlete.
The profile of the IAAF of Lundvik
In fact, taking a look at his profile in the IAAF, we can see that he has a better 100-meter mark of 10.84 in 2006. In the 200 meters his best record is 22.42 and in 60 indoor, of 6:99 in 2002
A star in your country
'Too Late for Love' is the song with which John Lundvik will represent Sweden in the contest that takes place this week in Tel Aviv (Israel). even though has many numbers to become the seventh Swedish Eurovision winner and to equal the record of victories that Ireland holds, of not kissing the saint a bad future in his country would not wait for him. Today has an excellent curriculum as a composer, which highlights a ballad for the wedding of Victoria of Sweden in 2010, the soundtrack of a film and another of the themes that compete in the festival this year, the Kingdom United.
John ★ Lundvik ★ (➌➏), Swedish representative🇸🇪 of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, dedicated himself to speed. He was a training partner of Carolina Klüft.
● 100m ➜ 10 "84 (+0.7) in 2006
● 60m indoor ➜ 6 "99 in 2002
📰 IAAF Sheet https://t.co/zAMRZSynSypic.twitter.com/alupVfdNE8
- | Joaquín Carmona | (@ Jokin4318) May 16, 2019