“Nothing is impossible until it’s done!”

Champions League (Women) – Quarter-Final 1st Leg HCM Baia Mare vs Buducnost 24:29 (10:17) Before the Match It did not bode well for the home team with goalkeeper Paula Ungureanu and defense specialist, Ibolya Szucs (broken hand) having to watch the game from the stands.  Aside from right-back Melinda Geiger, missing two more key players only added to the worries of Baia Mare’s head coach Aurelian… »

Vardar is virtually back at the FINAL4 in Budapest

HC Vardar humiliates Larvik by 14 goals in Jane Sandanski Arena in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final. By Peter Bruun Champions League (Women) – Quarter-Finals 1st Leg HC Vardar vs La… »

Veszprem win shoot-out thriller setting up SEHA F4 final match against Vardar

By Nemanja Savic The SEHA League winner 2016 is going to be decided between Veszprem and Vardar, as the defending champions managed to amend an appalling first half against Meshkov Brest. Veszprem sec… »

Ambros Martin

El Clasico Hungarian Style

Preview Part II: Women’s Champions League Quarter-Finals Do-or-die!  Crunch time!  Survival of the fittest!   The 2015/16 edition of the women’s Champions League has reached its first elimination round – the quarter-finals.  Eight teams are left and over the course of the next nine days, for four of the clubs, the door to the FINAL4 tournament in Budapest will close for good.  At this point, many… »

Grubisic’s save – Rostov’s loss

Rostov-Don is still favorite to proceed to the FINAL4 despite a narrow defeat in Bucharest. By Peter Bruun Champions League (Women) – Quarter-Finals 1st Leg CSM Bucuresti vs Rostov-Don 26:25 (11:12) B… »

Mari Molid

Rich man, poor man!

Preview Part I:  Women’s Champions League Quarter-Finals By Peter Bruun When looking ahead at the two Women´s Champions League quarter-final games CSM Bucuresti vs Rostov-Don and HC Vardar vs Larvik,… »

A draw and a win to finish Olympic qualifiers in Aarhus

Romania and Montenegro drew 23:23 after the Romanians had dominated most of the match, while Denmark defeated Uruguay by 21 goals, as the Olympic qualification group in Aarhus ended on Sunday in front of 1,533 spectators. By Peter Bruun Montenegro vs Romania 23:23 (11:15) Before the Match Both teams already clinched their Olympic berth on Saturday, so the match was of no real significance anymore.… »

Romania and Montenegro book Olympic tickets before last match day

Romania and Montenegro made sure that the final matches in their Olympic qualification group, in Aarhus will be of no importance, as both teams managed to book their Olympic tickets already on Saturda… »

Uruguay – the naughty “little sister” of South American handball

FEATURE – In a time, where several South American nations pop up on the international handball stage – with Brazil and Argentina as the most outstanding examples – Uruguay still play the part of “litt… »

Montenegro and Romania run over Uruguay and Denmark

Montenegro opened the Olympic qualification group in Aarhus, Denmark, with a 34:19 win against Uruguay, before Romania steamrolled Denmark 32:25 Friday night. By Peter Bruun Uruguay vs Montenegro 19:34 (10:15) Before the Match Uruguay had the advantage that their opponents did not know much about them in advance.  However, this was just about the only advantage, the team from South American had.  … »