Gabriel Marklin

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Gabriel Marklin followed Jöns Svanberg as the leader of the Upsala Simsällskap in Sweden, the world's first and oldest swimming club. He was succeeded by Carl Gustaf Grahl.

[edit] Upsala Simsällskap

Upsala Simsällskap, or Uppsala Swimming Society in English, was founded in 1796 to provide elementary swimming instruction. It began offering competitive swimming in 1910 and remains a successful swimming club in Sweden today. The coaches were awarded a master's degree (magister) and their pupils a bachelor's degree (kandidat) in swimming.

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