Terje Aa

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Terje Aa
Born (1961-03-16) March 16, 1961 (age 53)
Nationality Norwegian

Terje Aa (born 16 March 1961) is a Norwegian bridge player, WBF World Life Master, and regular member of the Norwegian team since 1993. Teams on which he was a member have placed in the top three of the World Bridge Federation European and World Championships 11 times between 1984 and 2008.

In 1993, Aa debuted as the member of Norwegian national selection and won the Schiphol Invitational Teams in Netherlands and bronze medal in European Teams Championship in Menton, France. In the same year, they reached the final of Bermuda Bowl in Santiago de Chile, where they lost to the young Dutch team. In 1997, they again won the European bronze medal and lost to France in the Bermuda Bowl semifinals, held in Tunis, ending up third by defeating the United States for the bronze. The same team earned the European silver in the Tenerife in 2001 finishing behind Italy.

Aa works for the Norwegian Post Office. His regular partner between 1993 and 2006 was Glenn Grøtheim playing the "Viking Precision", a relay-based system[1]

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  1. ^ Grøtheim, Glenn; Sontag, Alan (2000). The Viking Precision Club - A Relay System for the 21st Century. Louisville, KY: Devyn Press, Inc. ISBN 0-939460-27-0. 

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