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Framsnakk med Anja&Gro


Anja and Gro are finally back with a brand new lecture!

How can we play each other well enough? Anja and Gro want to shift the focus in society from back talk to forward talk. Positivity, consideration and understanding are the key to a good interaction - not only on the handball court - but also in everyday life in relation to friends, colleagues and family. Show respect rather than attack. Ask questions rather than criticize.

The focus on speaking out is more important now than ever before for two of Norway's most important role models, who are now busier than ever with a hectic family life and time-consuming careers. Then it's important not to meet the wall and rather find the door! Anja and Gro give you the keys to bringing out the best in yourself and those around you, even when the pressure rises.

Welcome to an inspiring and laughable experience!

Anja and Gro have a wonderful dynamic interaction on stage, and now they have also set aside plenty of time to both meet you and answer your questions in a meet & greet after the lecture.

Anja Hammerseng-Edin played for Larvik Handball Club and was named the European Championship's most valuable player in 2012, when she excelled as an important key player in Norway's attacking game. Anja made her debut for the national team against Sweden on April 5, 2006, and has played 42 international matches and scored 98 national team goals. She participated in the 2009 World Cup in China, where Norway took bronze. Fear in various forms was the biggest limitation for her in relation to achieving her goals. That's why she started Fearless Mind. Gro Hammerseng-Edin ended his handball career in the spring of 2017, after 19 years as a professional athlete. She became national team captain at the age of 23 and has had the role of captain / middle manager in all the teams she has played in. With her 167 international matches for Norway and 631 goals, Gro has participated in European Championship gold with Norway (2004, 2006 and 2010), European Championship silver (2002), Olympic gold (2008) and World Cup silver (2001 and 2007). She also won the Champions League 2010/11 with Larvik HK, and has been a handball expert for TV2 in two championships. In 2020, she got a permanent job as a sports commentator for TV2.

  • Last Updated: 05/14/2021
  • Source: Geirangerfjord - Ålesund & Sunnmøre

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