The year's 100 greatest: Extremely rare hat-trick

See also: the Year's 100 greatest: A crazy result in the final See also: the Year's 100 greatest: Mirakelmageren against Switzerland See also: the Year's

The year's 100 greatest: Extremely rare hat-trick

See also: the Year's 100 greatest: A crazy result in the final See also: the Year's 100 greatest: Mirakelmageren against Switzerland See also: the Year's

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
01 January 2020 Wednesday 08:00
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The year's 100 greatest: Extremely rare hat-trick

See also: the Year's 100 greatest: A crazy result in the final

See also: the Year's 100 greatest: Mirakelmageren against Switzerland

See also: the Year's 100 greatest: - My arms were damn sure is not long enough

the Extra Leaf has ventured one eye and put together a list of the 100 greatest Danish sporting successes on the international scene in the past year.

It is subjective and is governed by some criteria, you can be both agree and disagree with that. For it is necessary in a discipline that is like comparing apple and pears.

the Sport's prevalence, combined with the hardness of the resistance during the process is essential. You will be a world champion in pétanque, valuing it not quite as much as the WORLD cup gold medal in cycling or swimming. Have you set a world record along the way damage it is also not the location...

today we count down from number 100 to number 81 on the list. You will the following days be able to see who squeezes himself into further on in the list.

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Number 40: Michael Mørkøv/Lasse Norman, championships, european champion in a few
Photo: Vincent Jannink/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix

the Danes were sovereign in the Dutch Apeldoorn and beat the Dutch couple with 15 points.

After a hesitant start, where Germany stormed off, showed the experienced danes high class and cut off spurt after spurt lead to nothing – for the ago to expand the lead.

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No. 39: Kevin Magnussen, Formula 1, knight in Germany Photo: Ralph Orlowski/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Both decks, the rain and Romain bothered the dane in the entertaining race at Hockenheim, where he asede to a knight.

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No. 38: Anna Emilie Møller, athletics, WORLD championship seventh in the 3000 metres steeplechase – in the Danish record time Photo: Aleksandra Szmigiel/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

The 22-year-old nordsjællænder shaved five seconds off his own Danish record in a phenomenal finale-run.

True the front, she could definitely not, but the sky-high level in the strong WORLD cup finale testified about a near-perfect Danish performance.

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No. 37: Thomas Kjer Olsen, motorcross, at the WORLD championships in the MX2 Photo: Alex Hodgkinson/Ritzau Scanpix

A sixth place finish in the race in Uddevalla secured sønderjyden the total ranked second in the WORLD championship standings, although remaining two departments of the WORLD cup series.

The impressive result came after two bronze medals in previous seasons.

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No. 36: Banelandsholdet, EM-gold in the 4000 metres holdforfølgelsesløb Photo: Vincent Jannink/EPA/Ritzau Scanpix

After having set the national record in the semi-final, continued the Danish rowing four magtdemonstrationen against Italy in the final.

All of five seconds to beat you opponent in the Dutch Apeldoorn.

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No. 35: Magnus Cort, road cycling, 4. stage of Paris-Nice Photo: Justin Setterfield/

Put the brølstærke trio Thomas de Gendt, Giulio dick tracy and Alessandro De Marchi on the last mile and ran alone to the finish in a true show of power.

Surprising attacks, as they most probably had wake as the fastest of the four in a sprint finish.

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No. 34: Viktor Axelsen, badminton, India Open Photo: Vipin Kumar/

In superb style won Axelsen of three of India's best herresingler on their home ground in Delhi on the way to the title in Super 500 tournament.

It was his second triumph in the 2019 after the victory in Spain Masters.

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No. 33: Jakob Fuglsang, road race, third in the Amstel Gold Race Photo: Yorick Jansens/ZUMA Press/Ritzau Scanpix

Tactics in the final phase meant that he and Julian Alaphilippe was picked up by several riders. Including Mathieu van der Poel, who stormed past and won.

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No. 32: Fodboldlandsholdet, football, undefeated in 2019 and qualification for the european championship Photo: Jens Dresling

With more storsejre, four points against Switzerland and the final triumph in Dublin put Hareides crew of the dash under the EM-participation in the 2020 – and is in fact unbeaten in 34 matches. And also all ten in 2019. the

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No. 31: Banelandsholdet, the WORLD cup-bronze in holdforfølgelsesløb – in the Danish record Photo: Shutterstock

Canada was smashed in a one-sided bronzedyst, where a top motivated Danish team was crashing through the 4000 meters in the Danish record time – 3.51,804 minutes.

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No. 30: Caroline Wozniacki, tennis, WTA-finale in Charleston Photo credit: Michael Pronzato/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

It was, perhaps, not the strongest opponents, Wozniacki sent out on the way to the final, but the victory fell on the gravel, and the dane showed the way really good game.

In the final, Madison Keys, however, too strong.

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No. 29: Amalie Dideriksen and Julie Leth, championships, WORLD cup-bronze in the few Photo: Kacper Pempel/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Europamestrene from 2018 provided an awesome run, where the last went for the gold.

As it failed to win a game, they instead have to settle with the bronze.

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No. 28: Emma Aastrand Jørgensen, rowing, WORLD cup-bronze in the 200 metres central terminal Photo: Vasily Fedosenko/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

In a horror of an end ended Maribo-rower, a fraction of a second after the second place – and perfectly straight with a pole, as she thus had to share the bronze with.

the Result qualified Denmark for the OLYMPICS in the discipline.

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No. 27: Kasper Asgreen, road cycling, second place on the 17. stage of the Tour de France

Catch up and beat Matteo Trentin could Asgreen not, but he sat after a long eruption after term changes in lonely majesty, and chased him relentlessly with aggressive driving.

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No. 26: Mikkel Mountain road race, the under 23 WORLD championships-gold in the individual time trial Photo: Oli Scarff/Ritzau Scanpix

For the third time won the Mikkel Bjerg WORLD cup jersey in the under 23 time trial, when he in the pouring rain smashed all opposition at the WORLD cup in England.

The nearest rivals was 27, and 28 seconds after.

- It is very unusual. And it is a historic achievement, said Additional Magazine's commentator, Michael Rasmussen.

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No. 25: Dina Thorslund, the WBO title at Super Bantam-weight Photo: Claus Bonnerup

having conquered the 2018 defended Dina Thorslund all of two times his WBO title in 2019.

First on the points above German Alesia Graf in Struer in January – and since in Horsens against the australian April Adams. Also after the titles.

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No. 24: Viktor Axelsen, badminton, All England-the finale

Beat the Jan Island. Jorgensen in a close quarter-final and knocked ago chinese Shi Yuqi in three sets in the semifinals, before he pulled the otherwise sovereign Kento Momota of Japan in three sets in Birmingham.

Beat the last could Viktor, however, not.

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No. 23: Anne-Marie Rindom, boating, EM-gold in the Laser Radial Photo: Henning Bagger/Ritzau Scanpix

Aarhusianeren was so sovereign, that she is already before the last boat had won the gold.

- It is really too crazy. I am simply so happy, she said to the LEAGUE of P3 in the phone from the boat during the last voyage of the...

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No. 22: Jakob Fuglsang, road cycling, 16. stage of the Vuelta a Espana Photo credit: Javier Lizon/EFE/Ritzau Scanpix

the Star was untouchable as he beat contra on the holdkammeratens attack on the 16. the finish final mountain.

In lonely majesty, he put a thick line under his formidable 2019. the

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No 21: Anders Antonsen, badminton, Indonesia Open-finals Photo: Tatan Suyflana/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

the 22-year-old Antonsen provided an excellent finale, where he pressed Chou Tien Chen in three close sets.

In the final of one of the world's biggest tournaments had the dane not given a set.

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