The Icelandic men’s national handball team is out of competition at the World Men’s Handball Championship in France.
The Icelandic national team in men’s handball played two games at the World Men’s Handball Championship in Metz, France, last weekend. Both games were even and exciting throughout. Iceland lost the first, against Slovenia on Saturday, by one goal, and tied Tunisia yesterday.
Iceland lost its first game in the World Men’s Handball Championship in France yesterday, 27-21 against Spain in Group B. Iceland performed well in the first half, leading by two goals at half time, 12-10. However, Spain struck back in the second half, defeating Iceland.
Icelandic football commentator Guðmundur Benediktsson (Gummi Ben) tweeted on Sunday that Premium League club Southampton had made a GBP 34 million (ISK 4.8 billion, USD 42 million, EUR 39 million) offer to Premium League club Swansea, for its star, Icelandic player Gylfi Þór Sigurðsson, in the...
Tólfan, the fan club for the Icelandic national teams in football, came second to the supporters of Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund at The Best FIFA Football Awards in Zürich, Switzerland, on Monday. For the Fan Award, Tólfan received 31 percent of votes and Liverpool and Dortmund jointly 46...
A key player on the Icelandic men’s national handball team will not be able to participate at the 2017 World Men’s Handball Championship in France.
Skiers in the capital area can likely rejoice next week, because there are plans to finally open the Bláfjöll Ski Resort on Monday.
Last night, thousands of guests at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2016 ceremony, Prince William among them, took part in the so-called Viking clap.
The unseasonably warm weather in Iceland this winter has caused more elation among golfers than skiers.
FourFourTwo, one of the world’s largest football magazines, has named Icelanders ‘Fans of the Year’ for their powerful presence at Euro 2016 in France and their “full-blooded backing” for their team with the famous ‘Thunderclap’ or ‘Viking Chant.’
The success of Ólafía Þórunn Kristinsdóttir, who became the first Icelandic golfer to qualify for the LPGA Tour last weekend, was celebrated by her club GR in Grafarvogur last night. Ólafía will compete among the world’s best golfers in the LPGA Tour in the US next year.
Yesterday, Icelandic golfer Ólafía Þórunn Kristinsdóttir, from Reykjavík Golf Club, secured the right to compete at the LPGA Tour next year.
Icelandic handball coach Dagur Sigurðsson has signed a seven-year contract with the Japanese men’s national handball team.
Croatia beat Iceland 2-0 in Zagreb, Croatia, Saturday in a qualifying game for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The Icelandic men’s national football team meets Croatia tomorrow in a qualifying game for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The Icelandic coach of the Danish men’s national handball team, Guðmundur Þórður Guðmundsson, has decided not to renew his contract with the team when it expires on July 1, next year.
Patrekur Axelson, 22, may have lost his eyesight two years ago, but neither his energy nor ambition.
The Icelandic men’s national handball team beat the Czech Republic 25-24 in an exciting game at Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík, last night.
Golfer Ólafía Þórunn Kristinsdóttir is doing a great job at the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open in Abu Dhabi.
Icelander Dagur Sigurðsson may decide to quit his job next year as coach of the German men’s national handball team.
A new FIFA World Ranking list, published today, ranks the Icelandic men’s national football team higher than ever.
The Icelandic senior women’s gymnastics team won silver at the at the 11th European TeamGym Championships in Maribor, Slovenia, on Saturday.