The Icelandic Boxing Federation (HNÍ) was established Wednesday.
The Icelandic national team in men’s basketball lost its final game at EuroBasket 2015 in Berlin yesterday, 111-102 in overtime against Turkey, placing sixth in Group B after the team’s first appearance at a major championship.
The Icelandic men’s basketball team lost to Spain 73-99 in its fourth game at the EuroBasket championship in Berlin last night.
Ásgeir Elíasson and Árni Þór Árnason swam across the English Channel Monday, from England to France.
The Icelandic men's national basketball team narrowly lost to Italy yesterday in its second game in Group B in the EuroBasket 2015 in Berlin.
Following the men’s football game last night in Laugardalur, where Iceland drew with Kazakhstan, securing the country participation in the EURO 2016 in France, the team had reason to celebrate.
History was made last night when the national team in Icelandic men’s football secured itself participation in the UEFA EURO 2016 championship.
Iceland is through to the UEFA Euro 2016 after the national team in men’s football drew with Kazakhstan 0-0 in the qualifiers at Laugardalsvöllur stadium in Reykjavík this evening. This is the first time that the Icelandic men’s team has secured a spot at a major international tournament.
Iceland’s football victory, 1-0, against The Netherlands in Amsterdam last night was historic in three ways.
The Icelandic national team in men's football won 1-0 against The Netherlands in an away game in the qualifiers for the UEFA EURO 2016 in France.
Tomorrow night in Amsterdam, the Icelandic national men’s football team will compete against The Netherlands in qualifiers for the UEFA EURO 2016.
Iceland’s national U19 men’s handball team this morning secured its place in the world championship semi-finals.
Three Australians—a surfer, a bodyboarder and a kneeboarder—braved the ice-cold Icelandic waters last October for the making of the film No Country for Cold Men. The trailer has just been released.
At midnight on Saturday Sigrún Þuríður Geirsdóttir became the first Icelandic woman to swim alone across the English Channel.
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