The Danish paper Avisen.dk, wrote:
- As a 17-year-old Soren Holmgren was told that he would go blind and was advised to take an early retirement. Instead he became a double Olympic gold winner, and now lives by helping others to achieve their goals.
Read a Google translation of the article here.
The Danish national paper, BT Berlingske Tidende, wrote:
- Last Wednesday (Soren) released his book 'Blind Trust'. Here he tells both of his extraordinary life and the 'tools' and 'life philosophy' that have helped to give him success both in sport and on the job. It is very inspiring, reading about a man who despite blindness - today he can only distinguish between light and dark - has a full and successful life.
"On the Job" På Jobbet wrote:
- Soren is a man who has made a conscious choice not to be guided by circumstances, but on the contrary has retained a positive outlook and taken control in spite of heavy odds. His joie de vivre inspires and motivates the majority of people, while giving everyone food for thought.