Full name: Eino Armas Lahti
Born: May 18, 1915 in Vaasa, Pohjanmaa, Finland
Died: October 13, 2003 in Pori, Satakunta, Finland
Affiliations: VPS, Vaasa (FIN)
Armas Eino Lahti played his first international match for the Finnish team as a midfielder during the 1936 Olympics, and earned a total of 22 caps through 1945. Lahti represented Vaasan Palloseura (VPS) and from 1939, [Helsingin Palloseura (HPS)]. After his playing career, he coached [Rosenlewin Urheilijat-38 (RU-38)], a semi-professional club based in Pori, for a period of 18 years from 1949-67. In his later years he became an excellent bowler, winning a team silver medal at the 1960 World Championships, and also played basketball in the national championship series.
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