SK Brage

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Not to be confused with IK Brage.
SK Brage
Athletics club
Full name Sportsklubben Brage
Founded 24 March 1907

Sportsklubben Brage is a defunct Norwegian multi-sports club from Trondheim.

History[edit]

It was founded on 24 March 1907. its sports included football, athletics, boxing and Nordic skiing. It was disbanded in 2009.

Athletics[edit]

Arne Halse won an Olympic silver and bronze in 1908, and also competed in 1906 and 1912.[1] Other Olympic athletes are John Johansen (1908),[2] Otto Osen (1912)[3] and Otto Monsen (1912; represented Hamar TF in 1908).[4] Hjalmar Johannesen also represented the club for some years.

Football[edit]

The men's football team played in the 1937–38 League of Norway, 1938–39 League of Norway, 1939–40 League of Norway, 1947–48 League of Norway and the 1959–60 Norwegian Main League.

Boxing[edit]

The club was represented in the 1920 Olympics by boxers Aage Steen and Johan Sæterhaug.[5][6]

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