|Type||Competed in Olympic Games, Competed in Olympic Games (non-medal events)|
|Full name||Eva Cathrine•Norberg-Lindahl|
|Born||26 February 1970 in Härnösand (SWE)|
|Measurements||163 cm / 64 kg|
|Affiliations||Härnösands CK, Härnösand (SWE)|
Cathrine Lindahl was born as Cathrine Norberg and played in her sister’s Anette Norberg’s team as second right-handed. In addition to her two Olympic golds, she won six European Championships (2001-05, 2007) and two World Championships (2005-06). She was also a member of the team that won two silver and bronze medals each at the Worlds, and one silver and bronze each at the Europeans. Lindahl stopped playing at the international level after the victory in 2010 in Vancouver. She later became a member of the athletes’ committee of the World Curling Federation.
Lindahl received an MBA in economics at Mitthögskolan in 1993 and became a chartered accountant in 1999, working for companies like Ernst & Young and Deloitte 2001. Today, she works part time as an accounting consultant and lives in Frösön with her husband Anders and daughter Emma. She also likes to play golf, hockey and tennis.
|1992 Winter Olympics||Curling||Curling, Women||Olympic (non-medal)||Sweden||5||Representing Sweden as Cathrine Norberg|
|2006 Winter Olympics||Curling||Curling, Women||Olympic||Sweden||1||Gold||Representing Sweden as Cathrine Lindahl|
|2010 Winter Olympics||Curling||Curling, Women||Olympic||Sweden||1||Gold||Representing Sweden as Cathrine Lindahl|