Hans lock jr.

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Hans lock jr. (Born September 13, 1967 in Sandefjord ) is a badminton player from Norway .

Athletic career

Hans lock jr. followed in the footsteps of his father Hans Sperre in 1986 when he won his first Norwegian men's singles title. In the same year he also won doubles with Jorn Myrestrand . Lock jr. subsequently remained unbeaten in men's singles at Norwegian championships until 1999. It was only Jim Ronny Andersen who managed to defeat lock in the individual in 2000. In 2002 and 2006 he won two more individual titles.

In 1992, Sperre was the first Norwegian participant in badminton at the Olympics. He lost in the first round against Foo Kok Keong from Malaysia with 0-2 sets and was 33.

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