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Fanney Lind Thomas

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Dec 16, 2021

Fanney Lind Guðmundsdóttir Thomas (born 13 December 1989) is an Icelandic basketball. She is a former member of the Icelandic national basketball team.

Icelandic basketball player
This is an Icelandic name. The last name is a family name, but this person is referred to by the given name Fanney.
Fanney Lind Thomas
No. 14 Aþena-UMFK
Position Forward
League 1. deild kvenna
Personal information
Born (1989-12-13) 13 December 1989 (age 31)
Iceland
Nationality Icelandic
Listed height 178 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Career information
Playing career 2003–present
Number 6, 7, 14, 15, 22
Career history
2003–2004 Hamar
2004–2006 Hamar/Selfoss
2006–2011 Hamar
2011–2012 US La Glacerie
2012 Hamar
2012–2013 Fjölnir
2013–2014 Hamar
2014–2015 Valur
2015–2016 Þór Akureyri
2016–2017 Skallagrímur
2019 Tindastóll
2019–2021 Breiðablik
2021–present Aþena-UMFK
Career highlights and awards

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Fanney came up through the junior ranks of Hamar, playing her first senior match during the 2007–2008 season. She was a key player on the Hamar team that advanced to the 2010 Úrvalsdeild kvenna finals where it lost to KR in five games.[1] In 2011, she joined French club Union Sportive de La Glacerie.[2][3]

She spent the next three seasons with Fjölnir,[4] Hamar and Valur before signing with Þór Akureyri in 1. deild kvenna prior to the 2015-2016 season. She was named to the Domestic All-First Team[5] after averaging 13.4 and 7.9 rebounds per game for the season.

In November, 2016, Fanney left Þór Akureyri and joined newly promoted Skallagrímur in the Úrvalsdeild kvenna.[6] She helped Skallagrímur to the Icelandic Cup finals in 2017, scoring 11 points in a losing effort against Keflavík.[7] In the playoffs, she averaged 8.2 points and 5.6 rebounds but was unable to prevent Skallagrímur from losing against Keflavík, 2-3, in the semi-finals.[8][9]

On 12 November 2017, Fanney announced she was stepping away from basketball due to head injuries she sustained in a game against Valur a month earlier.[10][11]

On 12 January 2019, she had a one-game comeback to the court with Tindastóll, going scoreless in 11 minutes in an overtime victory against Njarðvík in 1. deild kvenna.[12]

In September 2019, Fanney signed with Úrvalsdeild kvenna club Breiðablik.[13]

After two seasons with Breiðablik, Fanney signed with 1. deild club Aþena-UMFK in October 2021.[14][15]

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