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The chronicle was printed in Aftenposten on Saturday 17.08.2019, and was written by Bjarte Myrhol and Eirik Øyestad.
If you didn't get it with you in the paper edition, you can read it here:
Literature reviews of research on deliberate play (and practice), in which Côté has written a good book chapter on this. The reference to this literature overview is.
Côté, J., & Erickson, K. (2015). Diversification and deliberate play during the sampling years. In Routledge handbook of sports expertise (pp. 331-342). Routledge.
Côté, J., Lidor, R., & Hackfort, D. (2009). ISSP position stand: To sample or to specialize? Seven postulates about youth sport activities that lead to continued participation and elite performance. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 7(1), 7-17. (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1612197X.2009.9671889 )
A study that looked at this in Norwegian:
Erikstad, M. K., Høigaard, R., Johansen, B. T., Kandala, N.B., & Haugen, T. (2018). Childhood football play and practice in relation to self-regulation and national team selection; a study of Norwegian elite youth players. Journal of sports sciences, 36(20), 2304-2310 (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02640414.2018.1449563)
See what Norway's national team coach Christian Berge has to say on the topic:
The bread was launched in REMA 1000 stores in January 2020, and just over 2 million have been added to the project. Sport for all is a collaboration between Learn Handball, REMA 1000 and the Norwegian Handball Federation. The sale of the bread will help more children, young people and adults with disabilities receive a local activity offer in everyday life.
The newly-baked European champion and world star Nora Mørk is now showing even more exercises as well as a lengthy interview in Learn Handball. We want to make children believe in themselves, both on and off the pitch. In the videos, Nora gives us a unique insight into how she thinks and trains, on her way back to the top of the world.