Okay so maybe the Vikings themselves don’t live in human flesh, but their historic ancestry and respected culture still lives on.
Badminton is a big thing in Denmark, with over 400 clubs and around 78,000 members in 2012.
Basketball is starting to grow in the Nordic country which boasts of handball as its national sport.
“There isn’t a lot of young girls playing soccer in hijab so when we see it, it makes it more realistic and gives us confidence to do it ourselves and think of it as a normal thing."
By Michelle Degn (feature photo: VisitDenmark)
At first glance you wouldn’t think that Hawaii and the Danish city of Klitmøller would have anything
By Oliver Sivebæk
Aarhus has Denmark’s second largest ‘height difference’ when it comes to the country’s cities. As a visitor or resident of Aarhus, you
We run for a number of reasons, from the physical aspect to the personal. Jutland Station author James Whitehead tells us how he
by Hannah Schifko, photos by Alessandro Amato
Kapsejlads is a mystery to foreigners, but an incredibly fascinating one. As
Running clubs in Aarhus have an enormous number of members. Why is that? As it turns out, jogging can be fun when doing