Sofia Mattsson Net Worth

Sofia Mattsson was born on November 11, 1989, is Actress. Sofia Mattsson is an actress, known for Jurassic City (2015), Two and a Half Men (2003) and NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (2003).
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Who is it? Actress
Birth Day November 11, 1989
Full name Sofia Magdalena Mattsson
Residence Ljungbyhed
Country Sweden
Sport Freestyle wrestling
Club Gällivare SK
Coached by Fariborz Besarati
Medal record Summer Olympics 2016 Rio de Janeiro 53 kg World Championships 2009 Herning 51 kg 2015 Las Vegas 53 kg 2014 Tashkent 53 kg 2011 Istanbul 59 kg 2010 Moscow 51 kg European Games 2015 Baku 55 kg European Championships 2010 Baku 51 kg 2013 Tbilisi 55 kg 2014 Vantaa 55 kg 2016 Riga 53 kg 2008 Tampere 51 kg 2012 Belgrade 55 kg 2007 Sofia 48 kg Summer OlympicsWorld ChampionshipsEuropean GamesEuropean Championships 2016 Rio de Janeiro53 kg2009 Herning51 kg2015 Las Vegas53 kg2014 Tashkent53 kg2011 Istanbul59 kg2010 Moscow51 kg2015 Baku55 kg2010 Baku51 kg2013 Tbilisi55 kg2014 Vantaa55 kg2016 Riga53 kg2008 Tampere51 kg2012 Belgrade55 kg2007 Sofia48 kg

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Born in Gällivare, she is one of the highest-ranking female Wrestlers in Europe. She wrestles in the 48 kilo division for the Gällivare SK Wrestling club, coached by Håkan Johansson and Kalle Taivalsaari. From 2001 onwards, she has won eleven Swedish National Championships (six at cadet level, two at junior level and three at senior level).


In August 2007, Mattsson became Junior World Champion for the second time after she defeated the Japanese Wrestler Fuyuko Mimura in Beijing.


In April 2008 the young Swedish Wrestler won a silver medal at her second ever European Championship at senior level.


In September 2009, Mattsson won the Senior World Championship in 51 kg.


In 2014, Mattsson competed on the Swedish version of the television show Fort Boyard.


In June 2015, she competed in the inaugural European Games, for Sweden in wrestling, more specifically, Women's Freestyle in the 55 kilogram range. She earned a gold medal.


She won the bronze medal in 53 kg at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.