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Claes Elefalk

Claes Elefalk
Born 1959
Stockholm, Sweden
Residence Stockholm, Sweden
Nationality Sweden
Occupation Sports agent
Employer Creative Artists Agency
IMG Artists
Known for Mats Sundin's & Fredrik Ljungberg´s agent

Claes Elefalk is a Swedish sports agent at the Creative Artists Agency.

Career

Elefalk is a Swedish Sports agent whose representation include some high-profile athletes. From the early 1990s, Elefalk worked as an agent at IMG Sweden until 2006.[1] He held a Vice Presidential position within the company before moving to the illustrious Creative Artists Agency and their division CAA Sports. Elefalk works out of Creative Artists's Stockholm location.

Clients

Elefalk's clients are mostly ice hockey players and soccer players usually of Swedish extraction.

CAA Sports (Creative Artists Agency)

He represents NHL hockey players Mats Sundin,[2] Daniel Alfredsson, Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin, Mathias Tjärnqvist, Niklas Kronwall, Staffan Kronwall, Marcus Nilson, Fredrik Sjöström, Loui Eriksson, Oscar Möller, Mattias Öhlund, Ossi Väänänen, Lauri Tukonen, Andreas Jämtin, Kenny Jönsson, Jörgen Jönsson, Niclas Bergfors, Johan Davidsson, Mikael Backlund, Mathias Johansson, Fabian Brunnström,[3] Carl Söderberg[4] and Per Ledin, .[5]

Elefalk also currently represents soccer players Fredrik Ljungberg, Pontus Farnerud, Nils-Eric Johansson, Joel Riddez, Jon Lundblad, David Quattlebaum,and David Beckham.[6]

IMG

While at IMG, Elefalk represented Brazilian soccer player and former FC Inter Milan coach Leonardo, Australian soccer player Marko Viduka,[1] Nils-Eric Johansson,[7] Martin Dahlin, Anders Limpar, Pascal Simpson, Magnus Pehrsson, Mattias Jonson and Magnus Hedman.[8]

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