|Roles||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Ingeborg Maria•Sjöqvist (-Ingers)|
|Born||19 April 1912 in Kalmar (SWE)|
|Died||22 November 2015 in Rydebäck, Helsingborg (SWE)|
|Affiliations||Kalmar SS, Kalmar (SWE)|
Ingeborg Sjöqvist was a Swedish diver who represented Kalmar SS. Sjöqvist became the national champion in the straight dive in 1930. Sjöqvist won two silver medals at the European Championships in the 10 metre platform, the first in 1931 and the second in 1934. Sjöqvist competed at the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics where she finished in fourth place in the platform dive. Excluding the art competitions, Sjöqvist was the only female athlete to represent Sweden in Los Angeles.
Four years later at the 1936 Berlin Olympics Sjöqvist competed in the same event, finishing in ninth place. In 1939 Sjöqvist married her husband and they remained together for the next 75 years. Her husband turned 100 in April 2015 and died in November of that year. Sjöqvist died two weeks after her husband at the age of 103.
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1932 Summer Olympics||Diving (Aquatics)||SWE||Ingeborg Sjöqvist|
|Platform, Women (Olympic)||4|
|1936 Summer Olympics||Diving (Aquatics)||SWE||Ingeborg Sjöqvist|
|Platform, Women (Olympic)||9|