Aaron Young

Aaron Young

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Sveinung, who is known as Aaron Young at Bleacher Report, is a Norwegian psychology student. He currently attends the northernmost university in the World – the University of Tromsø.

Aaron Young is a pseudonym that was created when Sveinung was trying to establish himself as a writer at Bleacher Report. The idea was that it would probably harder to gain acceptance within the communities if he did not wear a foreign name.

His educational and professional goal is to earn a PhD in psychology to eventually establish his own clinic. However, during the time he has been writing articles for Bleacher Report, he has also found an interest in journalism.

At Bleacher Report, Sveinung has been one of the writers selected to the team of writers to cover both the NFL draft and the NFL Free Agency.

He has a tendency to write strongly opinionated articles along with bold predictions, and he often uses stats to back up his points.

Sports is not the only activity that captures his attention. He is also an active politician and tries to get to know everything that has to do with human behavior.

You can follow Sveinung on twitter: @Loefaldli

He is also glad to accept emails at sveinung.loefaldli@hotmail.com in case you in any way need to contact him, want help on an idea or would like to suggest a topic he can write on.

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  • Andrew Prochnow posted 323 days ago

    Andrew Prochnow

    Just read your comments on Arre Cee's bulletin board and I had to laugh. I wrote something as a follow-up. I had a similar experience with that guy....

  • Scott Hathorne posted 945 days ago

    Scott Hathorne

    Thanks for your note, Aaron. I guess someone can confuse me as being stubborn with being objective and fact-based to the situation surrounding Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos.

  • Adam Odekirk posted 978 days ago

    Adam Odekirk

    Aaron, just another note to say thank you for the compliment and the shout out in one of your comments. It means a lot, and proves that you are a true class act, which is tough to find sometimes in a media outlet such as this. I will try to direct traffic to your pieces whenever I can!

  • Adam Odekirk posted 1079 days ago

    Adam Odekirk

    Aaron, no worries on sharing the same idea on topics, it's what the people want and they want differing perspectives. I enjoyed your article and your take on the backfield.

    Do you really think that Lendale will be cut? I think he and McGahee will share the load with Moreno changing the pace.

  • Jay Willians posted 1087 days ago

    Jay Willians

    Can you tell me how to write articles, I am really trying to, but i don't know how. I have a lot of Ideas to write about?

  • Vaden Chandler posted 1207 days ago

    Vaden Chandler

    Hey you do a nice job here on Bleacher Report...check out my newest article when you have time...

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/643657-500-football-in-2012-why-its-possible-for-the-denver-broncos-and-steps-to-it

  • Dedrick Hendrix posted 1460 days ago

    Dedrick Hendrix

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/419881-my-take-on-the-miami-heat-crazy-off-season

  • Michael Schottey posted 1800 days ago

    Michael Schottey

    Take a look at the newly formed Lingerie Football League.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/231932-the-lingerie-football-leaguewhere-sexy-happens

  • Stephen Meyer posted 1885 days ago

    Stephen  Meyer

    Hey Aaron,

    Ryan Zimmerman’s hit streak halted at 30 games last night. As one streak ends, another is admired. Read about how Joe DiMaggio forever redefined ’56,’ and how his feat may never be broken. It is a record that thankfully cannot be broken through steroid use, and represents all that was once right in a game that has since gone so wrong.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/175186-one-streak-ends-another-is-admired-how-joe-dimaggio-redefined-56

    Thanks in advance!

    -Stephen (Heartbeat of the Bronx)

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