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Two silver an hour in the ice-skating world CHAMPIONSHIP

Sverre Lunde Pedersen, Sindre Henriksen and Håvard Bøkko worked itself into to the world cup-silver on lagtempoen in the ice-skating world cup in Inzell.

Norway went in the second last pair in the duel with the Netherlands and it was the Dutch guys who finally could stretch his arms in the air and cheer for the victory.

Norway started in the same pace as their Dutch overmenn, but then strong Sverre Lunde Pedersen released back lost Norway for a lot of rounds where Håvard Bøkko and Sindre Henriksen was arrived and went.

A good sluttspurt led by Lunde Pedersen provided, nevertheless, that Norway was away for Russia and Japan.

Sven Kramer, Marcel Bosker and Douwe de Vries from the Netherlands took the gold, while the biggest went to Russia.

Thus, Norway took its second silver in an hour in the ice-skating world CHAMPIONSHIP in the Netherlands, after that Håvard Holmefjord Lorentzen took the silver in a stunning 500 metres earlier in the evening.

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