Peder Lunde Jr.
|Is||Athlete Yacht racer|
|Birth||9 February 1942, Oslo, Eastern Norway, Norway, Union between Sweden and Norway|
Peder Lunde Jr. (born 9 February 1942) is a retired Norwegian sailor who competed in the 1960, 1968, 1972 and 1976 Olympics. In 1960 he won a gold medal in the Flying Dutchman class, together with Bjørn Bergvall. Eight years later he earned a silver medal in the Star class, together with Per Olav Wiken. He placed sixth in the same event in 1972, and 16th in 1976 in the three-person keelboat.
Lunde comes from a sailing family: his parents Peder and Vibeke Lunde together with uncle Børre Falkum-Hansen won a silver medal at the 1952 Summer Olympics, and his grandfather Eugen Lunde became an Olympic champion in 1924. His wife Aud is an Olympic alpine skier, and their daughter Jeanette competed at Olympics both in alpine skiing and sailing.
He resides at Snarøya.