Sport, culture, in brief

The Prodigy coming to Odense
The Tinderbox festival in Odense will have to keep some buckets of water handy after announcing that ‘firestarting’ electronica legends The Prodigy are on their line-up. They will be in action on June 26 along with Robbie Williams, Faith No More and D-A-D.

Men finish fifth
The Danish men's handball team recovered from their last-second loss to Spain in the quarters of the 2015 World Championships in Qatar by beating Slovenia and Croatia to finish in fifth place. The result means they have probably qualified for the 2016 Olympics.

Dortmund sign teenager
Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund have swooped to sign Danish youngster Jacob Bruun Larsen from second tier outfit Lyngby Boldklub. The right midfielder, 16, has played a total of 17 games for Denmark's youth teams. 

Glarbjerg makes return
After not playing an official match in almost a year due to injuries, the Danish basketball talent Rasmus Glarbjerg Larsen made a successful return to the hardwood in his debut for his Belgian club Spirou Basket Charleroi. Larsen scored 15 points and three rebounds in just 16 minutes of play.

Bødker loses spleen
The Danish NHL star Mikkel Bødker is recovering at home after having his spleen removed after being tackled hard during a game for the Arizona Coyotes against the Winnipeg Jets.