Crown Princess Mary and handball king Mikkel Hansen walked along the track in the fight against bullying. Pincess Mary was with handball king Mikkel Hansen on the handball court in Silkeborg with the youngest players in Silkeborg IF.
The two distinguished guest players showed up to present their joint project Anti Bulli, which is about strengthening the community and combat bullying in handball.
Mary cooperates with Mikkel
- "When children go to an activity in their leisure time, it is not always that they thrive. It's really sad"
, said Crown Princess Mary on the project, which over the past year has been developed as a collaboration between Mary Foundation and the Association Mikkel Hansen Against Bullying.
Both the crown princess and the handball star took part along with the association's U8 and U10 players in a few of the exercises that are described in the new app Antibulli.dk.
The content consists of exercises and recommendations, as coaches and parents across the country clubs can benefit from.
Mary triumphed over Mikkel
In one of the exercises was to Crown Princess Mary and Mikkel Hansen dribbling the ball while keeping one of the young players in the hand. This required teamwork, and although Mikkel Hansen is one of the world's best handball players, he was beaten by Crown Princess Mary and her partner Viktor.
They certainly had the ball more than we had acknowledged Mikkel, who else was accomplished using Marius with dribble Ministry.