Elverum

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Elverum

(ĕl`vəro͝om), town (1995 pop. 17,616), Hedmark co., SE Norway, on the Glåma River. A rail junction and an important military training center, it was badly damaged in World War II during the German invasion (1940). The Norwegian parliament held its last meeting there (Apr., 1940) before going into exile in England.
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(3)- Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Elverum, Norway
Sigurd Brevik had made a leap of 163 feet at Elverum, Norway, on February 26, 1910, but it was revealed that his jump was accompanied by a fall upon further examination.
Hedmark University College, Elverum, Norway. (In Norwegian with English summary).
Star Man Fact File Name: Stig Inge Bjornebye Born: 11 December 1969 (Elverum, Norway) Other clubs: Elverum Fotball (1985-87), Strommen (1987-88), Kongsvinger (1989-91), Rosenborg (1992), Rosenborg (loan 1994), Brondby (loan 2000), Blackburn Rovers (2000-03) Signed for LFC: December 1992 for PS600,000 from Rosenborg LFC appearances: 184 LFC goals: 4 Norway caps: 75
FACTFILE Born: 11 December 1969 (Elverum, Norway) Other clubs: Elverum Fotball (1985-87), Strommen (1987-88), Kongsvinger (1989-91), Rosenborg (1992), Rosenborg (loan 1994), Brondby (loan 2000), Blackburn Rovers (2000-03) Signed for LFC: December 1992 for PS600,000 from Rosenborg LFC appearances: 184 LFC goals: 4 Norway caps: 75 The phrase 'finishing fourth in a two-horse race' was born as a glorious opportunity to land the big prize went begging.