Lars Rasmussen (handballer)
As of March 23, 2009
Rasmussen, the last for the Danish team Holstebro TVis ( shirt number 17) and played for the Danish national team ( back number 8) aground, is usually used on the left wing.
Lars Rasmussen started at Lyngby HK with the handball game. Later he came to Virum Sorgenfri HK, where he debuted in the Danish first division. The Copenhagen suburban club he won the 1997 Danish championship; in the 2001/ 02 season he was top scorer in the league. But when his club had to declare bankruptcy in the same year, Rasmussen went to local rivals Ajax Farum. He was also top scorer; However, he now sought a new challenge and moved to just one year further GWD Minden in the German handball league. There he remained for two years, but won no tracks. In 2005, he finally returned to Denmark, where he joined the team Tvis Holstebro joined. In 2008 he won the Danish Cup with Holstebro. In summer 2010 he left Holstebro.
Lars Rasmussen has been disputed 86 caps for the Danish national team. For a long time he was behind Nikolai Bredahl Jacobsen and Lars Christiansen at most third choice for the national team; only after the resignation of the former came Rasmussen longer used. At the 2008 European Championships in Norway, he was with his countryman European champion; at the 2007 World Championships and the 2006 European Championship he won bronze with Denmark.