1982 in Denmark
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List of years in Denmark
Events from the year 1982 in Denmark.
- January 5 – 17 years old Curt Hansen wins the European Junior Chess Championship
- January 8 – A Danish cold record is set when a temperature of -31.2 is registered in Hørsted, a village in the Thy region of northern Jytland.
- September 10 – Poul Schlüter becomes prime minister
- April 13–18 — With 2 gold medals and five bronze medals, Denmark finishes as the second best nation at the 8th European Badminton Championships in Böblingen, West Germany.
- Gentofte BK wins Europe Cup.
- 2 March – Pilou Asbæk, actor
- 15 April – Henriette Engel Hansen, sprint canoer
- 14 May – Anders Eggert, handball player
- 12 January – Emil Hass Christensen, actor (b. 10+3)
- 16 January – Harald Agersnap, composer, educator and musician (b. 1899)
- 24 April – Sigrid Horne-Rasmussen, actress (b. 1915)
- 1 June – Einar Juhl, film actor (born 1896)
- 15 June – Erling Foss, engineer and businessman (b. 1897)
- 21 December – Frants Hvass, diplomat (born 1896)
- "Margrethe II | queen of Denmark". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 16 June 2019.