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Icelandic Skier Happy with World Cup Results

One of Iceland’s top skiers, María Guðmundsdóttir, was pleased with placing 36th in slalom at the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Vail and Beaver Creak in the U.S., February 2-15. She placed 52nd at World Cup two years ago. In the meantime, she injured her knee, missing the 2014...

Icelandic Runner Sets New European Record

Icelandic middle distance track athlete Aníta Hinkriksdóttir set a new Icelandic and European record (for girls 19 years and under) for the 800-meter run at the indoor Icelandic Championships on Sunday, 2:01.77. 

Qatar World Cup: Denmark Sends Iceland Packing

The Icelandic national team in men’s handball played their last game at the World Cup in Qatar tonight when they were beat by Denmark and their former coach Guðmundur Guðmundsson, 25-30. Iceland will now return home while Denmark moves on to the quarter finals.

Ginola Iceland Backs Ginola for FIFA President

In response to French football legend David Ginola’s announcement on January 16 that he intends to run for FIFA presidency, Icelandic football club Ginola released a statement in Ginola’s support last week, encouraging the Icelandic Football Association (KSÍ) to back his candidacy.

Iceland Beats Egypt, on to 16-Team Finals

The Icelandic national team in men’s handball beat Egypt 28-25 tonight in the final round in qualifying group C at the World Cup in Qatar, securing their spot in the 16-team finals. Iceland ended up in third place in the group and Egypt placed fourth, also moving on to the next level.

Iceland Ties France in Handball World Cup

The Icelandic national team in men’s handball achieved a draw, 26-26, against France in the third round of games in qualifying group C in the World Cup in Qatar tonight. In qualifying group D two Icelandic coaches also tied with a score of 30-30.

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