Hilde Sandvik (born 30 April 1970) is a Norwegian journalist.
She was born in Erfjord and has a cand.philol. degree from the University of Bergen, majoring in art history. She edited the periodical Syn og Segn from 2003 to 2006, was briefly debate editor in Dagbladet in 2005, and later journalist and debate editor in Bergens Tidende from 2006 to 2016. She has also released several books.  
Sandvik became board member of the Association of Norwegian Editors in 2013 and Amedia in 2016. 
Stord Sunnhordland Fotballklubb was an association football club located in Leirvik, Stord, Norway. It was founded in late 2002 as a cooperation between the football sections of Leirvik's local multi-sports club Stord IL and lower-division Moster IL. The club was named Stord/Moster FK until 2006. Two investors, football agent Terje Simonsen and professional footballer Kjetil Løvvik, were behind the merger. It was founded to create one large club in the Sunnhordland region, to attract support behind the club. Critics claimed that the investors were mainly looking to develop players to sell for cash. Top goalscorer the first season was Kjetil Løvvik himself, who quit a professional career to play for the club. Stord/Moster fared well on the football field; they won their Third Division group twice in a row, and on the second occasion they gained promotion through playoff. They then played two seasons in the Second Division. Their biggest talent was Christian Brink who went on to higher levels of football.
Gro Schibsted Sandvik is a Norwegian flautist.
Events in the year 1911 in Norway.
Hilde is one of several female given names derived from the name Hild formed from Old Norse hildr, meaning "battle". Hild, a Nordic-German Bellona, was a Valkyrie who conveyed fallen warriors to Valhalla. Warfare was often called Hild's Game. Hilde was popular in Norway from the 1950s until the 1970s. It is a variant of Hilda, which in turn is a more recent variation of Hildur.
Frank Rossavik is a Norwegian journalist and writer.
Carl Just was a Norwegian journalist.
Events in the year 1894 in Norway.
Events in the year 1974 in Norway.
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Jonas Jonsson is a Swedish former professional footballer who played as a midfielder.
Kjetil Løvvik is a retired Norwegian footballer.
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Sandvik is a surname. Persons with that name include: