Handball news, and not only, from Norway

Handball news, and not only, from Norway
Photo: Márta Kállai

Photo: Márta Kállai

We collected some news related Norwegian teams and Norwegian players, at the beginning of 2013-2014 season:

Trainings sessions and preparation matches has started in Larvik, but right before that we could hear about an art exposition and a wedding also.

Isabel Blanco had the opportunity to open her first art exposition in Larvik, presenting her own paintings, the exposition was called “Mind Warriors”.

” – “Mind Warriors” is the inner voice of mine. This dialogue (between me and this voice) I think is very interesting. It is a topic I would try to express in my way.”- said Isabel Blanco to vestfoldbladet.

Blanco could also  replace the injured Marit Malm Frafjord at Norwegian national team in the next period.

Last weekend two players of Larvik HK, Anja Edin and Gro Hammerseng got married in Stavern, which was also a quiet mediated event in Norway.

Lena Rantala is injured and she needs some more rest, so in preparation matches, young keeper, Alma Hasanic has the main role in the goal. Their first preparation match against Czech Most Banik was played on Thursday and Larvik won by 37-21,  topscorer of the match was Lise Löke (9 goals).

Byåsen Handball Elite has also started the preparations for the next season. They will organize the CL-qualification for their group, Group 1 with Tertnes Bergen, HC Leipzig, C BNTU-BelAZ Minsk (BLR) and Byåsen.

Camilla Herrem is back after a long-term injury and surgery, and she also got married with Norwegian handball player, Steffen Stegavik.

Young playmaker, Maria Henriksen is back from her injury nightmare, after two consecutive thorn-ligament-injuries in the last 18 months.

Ida Alstad left the team for TTH, Therese Pedersen announced career-stop after last season, but she seems to continue one more year, because the new-transferred Ingrid Ødegård is pregnant.

Lineplayer June Andenæs also left Byåsen and she moved to Russia, signing an ome year contract with Lada Togliatti.

The new coach is Danish and his name is Thomas Mogensen.

Tertnes Bergen is also CL-qualification participant, getting one of the Wild Card-positions in qualifications.

Levanger HK is also preparing for the new season, signing new players also.

Barbara László from Hungary (backplayer) will join Levanger, her earlier club was Eszterházy KFSC Globosys, in the Hungarian second division.

Dusica Kazic is 20 years old and she is fro Montenegro, playing middback. Her earlier team was R.K. Gorcia from Montenegro.

Levanger HK will play in EHF-cup, against Banik Most from Czechia.



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Hungarian living in Norway with a great passion for handball, primarly women handball. Travels all over the world to follow handball matches and tournaments and to write good articles on this website.

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