Sigrid Fick

Biographical information

Medals OG
Gold 0
Silver 1
Bronze 1
Total 2
TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
SexFemale
Full nameSigrid•Fick (Frenckell-)
Used nameSigrid•Fick
Born28 March 1887 in Helsinki (FIN)
Died4 June 1979 in Stockholm (SWE)
AffiliationsKLTK, Stockholm (SWE) / SALK, Stockholm (SWE)
NOC Sweden

Biography

Born Sigrid Frenckell, she married Henrik Fick in 1910, although they divorced in 1929. Fick was the greatest Swedish female player of the pre-WW2 era. Her career spanned from 1910-33, and she won 56 Swedish titles, 22 in singles, with 12 indoors and 10 outdoors. Fick competed at the 1912, 1920, and 1924 Olympics, winning medals in mixed doubles, both indoors and outdoors, in 1912 with Gunnar Setterwall. Fick was born in Finland, but her family moved to Sweden when she was 10-years-old, and she died in Stockholm when she was 92-years-old.

Results

Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1912 Summer Olympics Tennis SWE Sigrid Fick
Singles, Women (Olympic) =7
Doubles, Mixed (Olympic) Gunnar Setterwall 2 Silver
Doubles, Covered Courts, Mixed (Olympic) Gunnar Setterwall 3 Bronze
Singles, Covered Courts, Women (Olympic) 4
1920 Summer Olympics Tennis SWE Sigrid Fick
Singles, Women (Olympic) 4
Doubles, Mixed (Olympic) Albert Lindqvist =14
Doubles, Women (Olympic) Lily Strömberg =5
1924 Summer Olympics Tennis SWE Sigrid Fick
Singles, Women (Olympic) =9
Doubles, Mixed (Olympic) Henning Müller =5
Doubles, Women (Olympic) Lily von Essen =5