All THE GREATEST DANISH SPORTS STARS RIGHT HERE!

f.reklame is managing sponsorships, contacts, events and PR for some of Denmark's greatest sports personalities. Among our current and former clients You find European champions, Olympic medalists, World Championship medalists, national champions and international sporting legends. 

Many of f.reklame's sports stars operate on the international scene both for their sports but also as experienced hosts, keynote and after dinner speakers, doing exhibition matches, and ambassador events. They entertain and inspire a lot of people around the world.

  • Anne Dorthe Tanderup

    Anne Dorthe Tanderup, born the 24th of April 1972, is a former professional handball player who played for Brabrand, Hypobank and Viborg HK.

    She debuted on the national team in February 1991 where she played 88 matches and scored 179 goals. She was for many years the captain for the National team.

    During her time on the national team she won several medals.

    Her biggest achievement was when she won a gold medal at the Olympic Games in 1996 in Atlanta.

    She also won two gold medals at the European Championships in 1994 and two years later in 1996. Her last medal was when she won a gold medal at the World Championships in 1997.  The same year she had to stop her career becuase of a knee injury. 

     

     

    ANNE DORTHE TANDERUP
    ANNE DORTHE TANDERUP
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  • Bjarne Riis

    Bjarne Riis is a former professional cyclist born in April 1964. He was born in Herning and because of his talent he was named ‘the eagle from Herning'. He was an all-rounder cyclist and he started his professional career at team Roland.

    His first big achievement was in 1989 where he won the 9th stage at Giro d’Italia. This was only the start of his successful career. His greatest achievement came in 1996 where he won Tour de France. This achievement was the greatest of his career and to date he is still the only Dane who has ever won the Tour.

    He won the Danish Road Championship in both 1992 and 1996.

    In the spring of 2000 he ended his career at the age of 35 year because of too many injuries.

    After his professional cycling career he was sports director of the Danish team Tinkoff. His latest project was in cooperation with Lars Seier Christensen. In 2016 they took over the sponsorship of the Danish Team Trefor and changed the name to Team Virtu Pro-Veloconcept.

     

     


     

    BJARNE RIIS
    BJARNE RIIS
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  • Bjorn Borg

    Bjorn Borg is a former tennis player, and is considered to be one of the best players of all time. At the age of 15 he debuted his career in Davis Cup, Sweden in 1972.

    Since then his career escalated quickly and two years later he won his first Grand Slam title in French Open. A title he won 5 times through out his career.

    Bjorn Borg is mostly known for his five victories in the most prestigious tournament Wimbledon from 1976-1980.

    He ended his career three years after in 1983 after a great numerous of years on top of the tennis elite.

    In 1987 he was awarded a place in the International Tennis Hall of Fame, and in 2003 he was given a place in the Swedish Tennis Hall of Fame. 

     

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    BJORN BORG
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  • Camilla Andersen

    Camilla Andersen is a former Danish handball player and was one of the profiles of the national team in the 90s. She played 194 games for the national team and scored 846 goals, which is the record.

    Camilla has won many titles troughout her career and one of her biggest achievements is the Olympic gold medal  from 1996 and 2000.

    She also won the European Championships in 1994 and 1996, and the World Championships in 1997 where she was named the best playmaker in both tournaments.

    In her club career she played both in Denmark, Norway and Germany. She won the Danish championships in 2004 with Slagelse DT and the same year she won the EHF Champions League. 

     

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    CAMILLA ANDERSEN
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  • Flemming Povlsen

    Flemming Povlsen is a former Danish football player. He was a part of the famous national team from 1992 that sensationally won the European Championships. Through out his career on the national team he played 62 matches and scored 21 goals.

    Flemming Povlsen started his career in Viby IF before he moved to AGF in 1984. He moved abroad in 1986 where he signed with the Spanish club Castilla CF. He only played for the team until 1987 before he then moved to the German club FC Köln.

    His stay at FC Köln was a success and he only played two seasons before moving on to PSV Eindhoven. He won the Dutch cup and finished second in the League.

    After his stay in PSV Eindhoven he moved back to Germany and played for Dortmund. Flemming Povlsen experienced his greatest success while at Dortmund, and quickly became a fan favourite. After five years in Dortmund a knee injury forced him to retire as a football player in 1995. 

     

     

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    FLEMMING POVLSEN
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  • Kenneth Carlsen

    Kenneth Carlsen is a former Danish professional tennis player. He started playing tennis at a young age, and in 1993 he was in the top 3 of the best junior players.

    Kenneth Carlsen was lefthanded with a one-handed backhand. His greatest asset was his powerful serve and was therefore best suited for fast surfaces.

    He debuted as a professional in 1993 at Australian Open where he confirmed his position among the best players in the world as he went through to the fourth round.

    The same year he reached his career's best singles ranking as the world's no. 41. Since 1993 he was mostly ranked within top 100.

    The most famous match of his career was in 1994 where he beat Stefan Edberg at Wimbledon in five sets. In june 2007 Kenneth Carlsen announced that he would retire from professional tennis. He played his last ATP match in October 2007 in Stockholm. Kenneth Carlsen won 3 ATP titles throughout his professional career. 

     

     

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    KENNETH CARLSEN
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  • Kirsten Larsen

    Kirsten Larsen was born in 1962 and started playing badminton at a young age. She got her breakthrough in 1980 when she as only 18 years old went through to the semifinal in the prestigious All England tournament.

    7 years later in 1987 she won the tournament that according to herself was her greatest achievement ever.

    The year after in 1988 she won the European Championships which also became a milestone in her career.

     

    She won the Danish Championships 2 times and the Nordic Championships five times.

    Kirsten Larsen is one of the most successful single badminton players in Danish history. She is one of the few Danish players who has won All England.

     

     

     

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    KIRSTEN LARSEN
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  • Mia Hundvin

    Mia Hundvin is a former handball player who was born in March 1977 in Bergen.

    She played most of her career in Norway but in 2001 she came to Denmark and played for the Danish club Slagelse DT. During her three-year stay at Slagelse DT she won the Danish Championships and the EHF Cup.

    After her stay in Slagelse DT she moved to Aalborg DH in 2003. Her stay at Aalborg DH was short, and she returned to Norway a year after and played four years in Nordstrand IF.

    During her career she also played for the national team where she played 73 matches. She was a part of the national team who won the European Woman’s Handball Championships in 1988 and 1999. The year after in 2000 she won an Olympic bronze medal where she scored the winning goal against South Korea. 

    She ended her professional career in Nordstrand IF in 2008.

     

     

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    MIA HUNDVIN
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  • Michael Rasmussen

    Michael is one of Denmark's most successful cyclists in Danish history. At the age of 8 he was a member of Holbaek Cycle ring where he started his career. Michael Rasmussen’s ambitions have always been high, and in 1999 he won the World Championships in mountain bike. 

    His most notable victories were four stages of the Tour de France, one stage of the Vuelta a Espana and a win on the Italian classic Giro del’Emilia. In 2005 and 2006 he won the best climber classification in Tour de France as the only Dane ever.

    In the 2007 Tour de France, Michael Rasmussen was wearing the yellow jersey and was on his way to winning however Alberto Contador ended up winning the Tour that year.

    During his career he raced for Mix-TrodatResch (2001) and team CSC-Tiscali (2002) before he ended his career at Rabobank in 2007. 

     

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    MICHAEL RASMUSSEN
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  • Michael Tauson

    Michael Tauson started his professional career in 1986. He was a right-handed tennis player and his highest ranking was in March 1990 where he was number 101 at the ATP-raking list.

    In 1988 he represented Denmark at the Olympics but was defeated in the first round by the five-seeded Brad Gilbert. He participated both in French Open and in Australian Open in 1989 and 1990.

     

     

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    MICHAEL TAUSON
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  • Ole Ritter

    Ole Ritter is a former professional time trial cyclist. He got his breakthrough in 1962 where he won two silver medals at the World Championships in Italy. In 1967 he signed a deal with team Germanvox-Wega the same year he won the individual time trial in Giro d’Italia.

    He participated nine times in Giro d’Italia and won four stages. That makes him the most successful Danish cyclist ever to race the Giro d’Italia. 

    Ole Ritter participated in the Olympics in Tokyo 1964, and ended as no. 7 iin 100m team time trial.

    At the end of his career he participated in the Danish six days race. He won the race three times in 1974,1975 and in 1977. Ole Ritter is one of the most successful cyclists Denmark has ever had. 

     

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    OLE RITTER
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  • Peter Bastiansen

    Peter Bastiansen was a former right-handed professional tennis player. He had most of his success playing double together with Michael Mortensen on the Davis Cup team. In November 1986 he was number 158 at the doubles ranking list.

    Peter Bastiansen was a member of Denmark's Davis Cup Team through out the 1980s where he won 18 of the 29 singles matches he played.

    He was one of the main reasons why Denmark qualified for the World Group for the first time where he won both of his singles. His highest ranking as a single player was number 224.

    He played one Grand Slam tournament, French Open together with partner Michael Tauson in 1987.

     

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    PETER BASTIANSEN
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  • Soren Lerby

    Soren Lerby was a left-footed midfielder who was always committed and a leader of the team. He got his senior debut with Fremad Amager and in November 1975 as only 17 years old he moved abroad to the Dutch club Ajax Amsterdam. During his 6 years long stay at Ajax Amsterdam he won three Dutch Eredivisie League titles and became captain of the team.

    In 1983 he moved to Germany where he played for Bayern Munich for three successful years.

    He won two German Bundesliga titles and two FFB Pokal Cup trophies.

    He left Bayern Munich in 1986 and continued his career in France for team AS Monaco but after a year he went back to the Netherlands and started playing for PSV Eindhoven. He stayed there for three years and he ended his career here. During his time at PSV Eindhoven he won the European Cup. 

     

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    SOREN LERBY
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  • Tine Baun

    Tine Baun was born the 21st of July 1979 in Horsholm. She is a former Danish professional badminton player who had great success through out her professional career.

    Tine Baun has won the Danish championships 10 times but her greatest win was the prestigious All England Open tournament. She won All England 3 times in 2008, 2010 and 2013 the last of these being her final tournament before her retirement.

    Tine Baun is considered being one of the greatest female badminton players Denmark has ever had. 

     

     

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    TINE BAUN
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  • Tine Scheuer-Larsen

    Tine Scheuer Larsen is a former professional tennis player who reached her highest individual ranking in 1986 when she became the number 34 in the world. This record was held for 22 years.

    She started playing tennis at a young age, and became a professional in 1980. During her career she has won seven double titles on the WTA Tour including Sweden Open which she won 3 times.

    Her best Grand Slam result was at French Open in 1989 where she together with Catherine Tanvier lost the quarterfinal to Steffi Graf and Gabriela Sabatini.

     

    Her best result as a single player in a Grand Slam tournament was at French Open in 1985 and US Open in 1988 where she ended among the last 16. She ended her career in 1996.

    Tine Scheuer Larsen is one out of five female tennis players ever who has won a ‘Golden Set’. 

     

    TINE SCHEUER-LARSEN
    TINE SCHEUER-LARSEN
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