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23. Juni 2009  
1. divisjons bunnlag produserer igjen!

Mein ikke seire, dessverre. Som så ofte før er det talenter vi gjerne skulle hatt i klubben som forsvinner, denne gangen til Manchester City.

Nå skal Skeid-guttene Kim og Tom Skogsrud konkurrere med stortalenter i sin egen alder om en fotballfremtid i England. Hver dag blir det ut på treningsfeltet til Manchester City. Og der venter ikke feriefotball, men et skikkelig utstillingsvindu for den som presterer. 14 juli reiser de.

17-åringene har skrevet under to-års lærlingkontrakter med klubben og blir nå elever i ”academy” sammen med 40 andre håndplukkede stortalenter.

Les mer på Skeid.no.

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28. Juni 2006  
Han tok feil!

Så må vi bare innse at Nostradamus tok feil! Spania blir ikke verdensmestere i fotball! I går ble de slått ut av Frankrike som vant overbevisende 3 - 1. Jeg skal aldri tro på en spåmann mer! Makan.....

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27. Juni 2006  
Spania vinner VM!

Vel, det sier ihvertfall Nostradamus i en av sine mange spådommer. Men døm selv:

"In the sixth month of 2006 the King of Spain will cross the Pyrenees with his troops.

The legions of Beelzebub will battle him in central Europe and suffer doom and destruction. The Holy Grail will then come to Spain".

Spania spiller mot Frankrike i kveld, så får vi se om spådommen holder (foreløpig)!

Via NRK.

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26. April 2004  
World's youngest grandmaster

Magnus Carlsen og Garry KasparovNorway's chess prodigy Magnus Carlsen became the world's youngest international grandmaster (GM) on Monday after playing a draw against highly rated Alexei Fedorov of Belarus in the penultimate round of the 6th Dubai Open. Carlsen, 13, clinched the highest life title awarded by world chess federation FIDE with a round to spare.

Carlsen becomes the second youngest GM in the history of the game and the seventh titleholder in Norway.

He remains one of the front-runners in the nine-game tournament that boasts 39 international grandmasters but was clearly more concerned with securing the coveted GM title than taking risks, agreeing a draw after 17 moves after defusing his opponent's attempts at aggression.

In the seventh round on Sunday Carlsen defeated highly-rated Indian GM Suyra Shekhar Ganguly to move within half a point of the tournament lead.

Carlsen started the tournament slowly, conceding a draw to the weakest opponent he has faced. He responded with four wins and two draws from his next six games to sprint back into contention for first prize.

One of his victims was GM Evgeny Vladimirov, one of the top seeds and a former trainer of world champion Garry Kasparov.

Sergei Karyakin of Ukraine holds the record for the youngest ever GM, gaining the title at 12 years and seven months of age in 2002.

Carlsen is now widely considered to be a potential world title contender and the brightest prospect in the West, in a game still greatly dominated by players from the former Communist bloc.

Via Aftenposten News in English.

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10. November 2003  
World Rally Championship

Petter SolbergNorway's Peter Solberg won the Wales Rally GB on Sunday, thereby clinching his first world rally championship.

With co-driver Phil Mills he won by 43.6 seconds over title challenger Sebasitan Loeb. Solberg is the first Norwegian ever to win a rally WC.

Solberg, driving for Subaru, won his first-ever world rally in Wales last year.

He controlled this year's race from the first morning. He won all eight stages on Saturday, and went into the final day with a comfortable lead.

(Via: The Norway Post).

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2. Oktober 2003  
Knocked out

Norway's women's soccer team lost its quarter-finals match against the US early Thursday, dousing hopes of a spot in the Summer Olympics next year. The US squad beat Norway's 1-0.

Bad girls, let's invade the US!

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