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This club in Grafarvogur, Reykjavík takes the name of Fjölnir, a legendary Norse king mentioned in Grottasöngr and Ynglinga saga (where he is said to have drowned in a vat of mead), and named as the son of Freyr in Ynglingatal

Since the founding of the club, kayaks at Vordingborg Ro- og Kajakklub (Rowing and Kayak Club) have traditionally been named after figures from Norse mythology, both well-known and more obscure.
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