Great Danes, Then & Now: Viktor Bromer & Crew Look Back At London 1938 With Pride

Orca spirit: Viktor Bromer leaves he limbering up and is set for action in London - by Patrick B. Kraemer

The limbering up is over, bring the action. The continental showcase celebrates its 90th birthday this year, though the women did not join the party until 1927. Just six nations made the podium back in 1926. It was 11 nations by the time Denmark claimed its first haul ever, with four bronzes in 1934. London, a good omen for the Danes, perhaps: 5 gold, a silver and a bronze for the Danish visitors in1938

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The limbering up is over, bring the action. The continental showcase celebrates its 90th birthday this year, though the women did not join the party until 1927. Just six nations made the podium back in 1926. It was 11 nations by the time Denmark claimed its first haul ever, with four bronzes in 1934. London, a good omen for the Danes, perhaps: 5 gold, a silver and a bronze for the Danish visitors in1938

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