Henny Reistad

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Henny Ella Reistad (born 9 February 1999) is a Norwegian professional handball player for Team Esbjerg and the Norwegian national team. She also represented Norway in the 2017 Women's Junior European Handball Championship, placing 7th, and in the 2016 Women's Youth World Handball Championship, placing 4th. In September 2018, she was included by EHF in a list of the twenty best young handballers to watch for the future. In January 2024 Reistad donated an undisclosed amount of money to her former club, Vipers Kristiansand, which were in economic trouble. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Henny Reistad has received more than 71,205 page views. Her biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia. Henny Reistad is the 238th most popular handball player, the 794th most popular biography from Norway and the 21st most popular Norwegian Handball Player.

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Among handball players, Henny Reistad ranks 238 out of 420Before her are Marko Vujin, Luka Cindrić, Rodrigo Corrales, Michael Damgaard, Valero Rivera Folch, and Andreas Nilsson. After her are Magnus Jernemyr, Viran Morros, Veronica Kristiansen, Anna Vyakhireva, Timothey N'Guessan, and Ana Đokić.

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Among people born in 1999, Henny Reistad ranks 178Before her are Keisuke Osako, Fran Beltrán, Saud Abdulhamid, Frida Karlsson, Daiki Hashioka, and Tahith Chong. After her are Giuliano Alesi, Perr Schuurs, Blanche, Ezequiel Barco, Vitaliy Mykolenko, and Mert Müldür.

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In Norway

Among people born in Norway, Henny Reistad ranks 794 out of 1,039Before her are Sverre Lunde Pedersen (1992), Vidar Riseth (1972), Eldar Rønning (1982), Roger Nilsen (1969), Kenneth Braaten (1974), and Sigurd Pettersen (1980). After her are Veronica Kristiansen (1990), Halvor Egner Granerud (1996), Sanna Solberg-Isaksen (1990), Mathis Olimb (1986), Carl Espen (1982), and Marion Raven (1984).


Among handball players born in Norway, Henny Reistad ranks 21Before her are Karoline Dyhre Breivang (1980), Tonje Larsen (1975), Susann Goksør Bjerkrheim (1970), Ida Alstad (1985), Bjarte Myrhol (1982), and Marit Malm Frafjord (1985). After her are Veronica Kristiansen (1990), Sanna Solberg-Isaksen (1990), Else-Marthe Sørlie Lybekk (1978), Tonje Nøstvold (1985), Emilie Hegh Arntzen (1994), and Torbjørn Bergerud (1994).