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Martti Jukola (1900–1952)

Suomen urheilun Hall of Fame Martti Jukola Urheilumuseo

Martti Jukola was Finland’s most famous sports journalist during the golden years of Finnish athletics.

Jukola was a long-standing editor of Suomen Urheilulehti, Finland’s leading sports journal. He also edited Urheilun pikkujättiläinen, a 1,600-page compendium of sports history, statistics, rules and training advice that became the best-selling sports book in Finnish history and inspired generations of future athletes.

Most Finns knew Martti Jukola best as a radio commentator. His broadcasts brought the greatest moments of Finnish sports to people’s living rooms from the 1930’s to the early 1950’s.