Morian Hansen

Jens Henning Fisker Hansen (January 10 1905 Frederikssund, Denmark - February 10 1995), known popularly as Morian Hansen, was a former motorcycle speedway rider from Denmark who rode in the first ever Speedway World Championship Final in 1936.

Hansen first rode in the UK for the West Ham Hammers in 1936 before joing the Hackney Wick Wolves in 1937. He then moved onto the Bristol Bulldogs until the outbreak of World War II.

During the war Hansen was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and the George Medal.

World Final Appearances


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