Medal rain for the young Danish craftsman-national team at the World Skills

Medal rain for the young Danish craftsman-national team at the World Skills

Two gold and one silver medal was the great result that the Danish craftsman-national team was awarded at the World Crafts, which has just ended in London.


There was a gold medal for masonry Nikolai Munksgaard Asmussen and painter Jesper Nielsen gold and silver medal to bodywork technician Nicholas Winter Buur-Mouridsen. Moreover, given the Danish craftsman-national team five medallion of excellence in the disciplines hairdresser, car painter, confectioner, carpenter and graphic technician. Kids - and Education Minister Christine Antorini was the weekend in London to visit the Danish participants. - It is a fantastic result, we can be very proud of. It was a great experience to meet the 15 young Danish participants who were incredibly talented and with great concentration and commitment delivered excellence during the World Cup. They really deserve honor and medals region. - I look forward to focusing on the high quality of the Danish craftsman programs for the upcoming Danish Championship in crafts, DM-Skills in Odense in January 2012, so we can send a new group of talented young people off to the next Danish craftsman -landshold. And motivate even more young people to start at one of the good Danish håndværkeruddannelser.

gold Medals

A gold medal for the bricklayer Nikolai Munksgaard Asmussen from Holstebro. Nikolai also received 'best of nation' medal for the top score of the Danish participants. A gold medal for painting Jesper Gold Nielsen from Hurup.

silver Medal

A silver medal to bodywork technician Nicholas Winter Buur-Mouridsen from Kibæk.

Medallion of Excellence

This honor was given: * Graphic technician Mads Aaby Nielsen from Glusted, Ejstrupholm * carriage painter Glenn Holst Nielsen, Søborg * Pastry Camilla Winther, Herlev * Hairdresser Birgitte Schjødt Nielsen, Bogense * Carpentry Mikkel Faigh Ratz, Herlev Source: UVM