1998 in Denmark
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Events from the year 1998 in Denmark.
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- 1 May — The first Dogme 95 film, Thomas Vinterberg's The Celebration, is released.
- 20 May — Dogme #2—Lars von Trier's The Idiots—is released.
- May – The Celebration wins the Prix du Jury at the 51st Cannes Film Festival.
- 10 June – 12 July – Denmark participates in the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France.
- 8 April — Lars Michaelsen finishes second in the Gent–Wevelgem road cycling race in Belgium.
- April — Bo Hamburger wins La Flèche Wallonne.
- 29 August — Rolf Sørensen wins the 1998 Ronde van Nederland.
- 20 December – Denmark wins silver at the 1998 European Women's Handball Championship in the Netherlands after being defeated by Norway in the final.
- 1 February — Thomas Bjørn wins Heineken Classic in Australia on the 1998 European Tour.
- 18–25 April — With five gold medals, two silver medals and six bronze medals, Denmark finishes as the best nation at the 16th European Badminton Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria.
- 3 September — Erik Gundersen wins the 1988 Individual Speedway World Championship.
- 23 January - Thomas Meilstrup, singer, actor and son of Dansk Melodi Grand Prix star Gry Meilstrup (Gry Johansen).
- 29 October - Prince Konstantinos-Alexios of Greece and Denmark, eldest son and second child of Crown Prince Pavlos and Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece
- 5 September - Verner Panton, designer (born 1926)
- "34 million Danes have crossed the Great Belt by train". DSB. Retrieved 2009-11-23.