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Martin Fruensgaard


Age: 25

I have a passion for providing people with new knowledge and information. I am from Denmark and took a BA in communication at University of Aalborg. Football is my main passion, but whenever competitive sport is on – so am I. Other interests are photography, communication and life itself.

Twitter: @MFruens


Stories by Martin

  • Why handball is still exciting
    Handball is still relatively unknown in England but it has been an established sport in central Europe and especially Scandinavia for many years. Danish top coach Robert Gertsen gives his assessment on why handball is exciting and why it is still not bigger in England.
  • Andy Hunt joins Commonwealth Games England
    Andy Hunt will immediately join the Board of Commonwealth Games England as a special advisor ahead of Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, it has been announced.
  • Chris Higgins - an Irish gem in British handball
    An exclusive interview with Irish international Chris Higgins about the future of Irish and British handball.
  • BOOK REVIEW: Thierry Henry: Lonely at the top
    The story about one of the greatest ever players in the modern era of the English Premier League. Thierry Henry is the man who has won it all and he is probably one of the most respected players in football. Phillippe Auclair’s book gives a whole new insight on Henry, which is sure to baffle the reader.
  • Twitter top 10: PL affiliated players
    There is hardly any need to explain the importance of twitter in sports. To much annoyance of their clubs, players have been expressing their emotions in 140 characters ever since twitter launched in 2007. The following is a top 10 list of popular twitter accounts affiliated with the English Premier League.
  • Armstrong did some good despite doping drama
    An exclusive with team UK Olympian silver medallist Gemma Gibbons and comments from celebrities Bear Grylls and Jeremy Piven.
  • Sports game of the year: and the winner is...
    Last Friday saw the 30th Golden Joystick Awards take place in London. An award show designed to pay tribute to the best games in 2011-2012.
  • Sports stars join fight against cancer
    Stand up to cancer has added two new high profile names to their celebrity roster. Former Rugby Union England Captain Lawrence Dallaglio and retired swimmer Mark Foster are taking part in the fight against the disease, in Channel 4’s new fundraising event that is set to air Friday 19th October at 7.30PM.