Lasse Svan Hansen

Lasse Svan at the shoot on goal (2010)

As of January 26, 2014

Lasse Svan ( born August 31, 1983 in Klippinge, Stevns county, Denmark; born Lasse Svan Hansen ) is a Danish handball player. He is 1.85 m tall.

Lasse Svan, who plays for the SG Flensburg- Handewitt ( shirt number 11) and runs for the Danish national team, is mostly used as a right winger. Besides studying Hansen teacher at the Seminary of Skårup.

Lasse Svan began the next largest village store Heddinge the Sierslev HK with the handball game. Later he went - together with his teammate Peter Svensson - GOG Svendborg TGI for Danish first division, where he debuted in the Danish first division in 2002. With the men of the island of Funen, he won in 2004 and 2007 the Danish Championship and 2002, 2003 and 2005 Danish Cup. In 2008 he moved in exchange for Kasper Nielsen for SG Flensburg -Handewitt. With Flensburg in 2012, he won the European Cup Winners' Cup.

Lasse Svan has been disputed 116 caps for Denmark. At the European Championships in 2008, won his country, but he belonged only to the extended squad. In 2012, he finally managed to win the European Championship. In the summer of 2012 he took part in the Olympic Games in London. At the World Cup 2013 in Spain and the European Championships in 2014 in his own country he was defeated each in the finals.

Lasse Svan is a former Zeeland billiards champion.

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