Past Articles from Bogi Bjarnason
Bogi Bjarnason is a University of Iceland graduate of English literature and marketing who speaks three languages when sober, and up to six when he’s drunk.
Bogi has played and competed internationally in poker, snowboarding, and disc golf in 19 countries on four continents, yet only ever pulled off a single professional win,
He is the proud father of a beautiful seven year old girl and his hobbies include managing international black metal acts, Team Innova Iceland, and spoiled little brat Blær Örn Ásgeirsson.
You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out his photo gallery at www.bogibjarnason.com/gallery.
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Noticing a gap in the market, the author brought disc sales to the course and turned it into a full-time job
Nov 13, 2020 by Bogi Bjarnason in Gear with 0 comments
You've dropped the extra weight, now to keep it off
Nov 5, 2020 by Bogi Bjarnason in Instruction with 0 comments
If it works for a 40-year-old it can work for you
Oct 20, 2020 by Bogi Bjarnason in Instruction with 0 comments
The new Finnish island disc golf resort is now open.
Sep 23, 2020 by Bogi Bjarnason in Review, Travel with 0 comments
San Diego expat hosts regional showcase in Nicaragua with country's nascent disc golf federation and an Icelander
Apr 2, 2020 by Bogi Bjarnason in Recap, Travel with 0 comments
Hacks to maximize your budget and playing time at the course
Mar 3, 2020 by Bogi Bjarnason in Travel with 0 comments
First, you have to decide where to go and who you're taking with you
Feb 4, 2020 by Bogi Bjarnason in Travel with 0 comments
After a flurry of sponsorship signings big and small over the 2018 offseason, we’ve now had our first salvo in the 2019 edition.
Sep 21, 2019 by Charlie Eisenhood and Bogi Bjarnason in Livewire, News with 0 comments
Six of the seven highest-rated women set new personal bests, and a 14-year-old just hit 1000
Sep 10, 2019 by Bennett Wineka and Bogi Bjarnason in News with 0 comments
Blær Örn Ásgeirsson makes his Pro Worlds debut
Aug 21, 2019 by Bogi Bjarnason in Travel with 0 comments