Kim Rasmussen

Kim Rasmussen: “I have always loved challenges.”

“I have drawn a line in the sand, and everyone has crossed that line, so now we can look forward,” CSM Bucuresti´s new coach tells in this exclusive interview. By Peter Bruun Many people in the handball word asked themselves – and each other – if Kim Rasmussen really gave himself a late birthday present when he signed on as new coach at CSM Bucuresti the day after his 43rd birthda… »

Antonio Carlos Ortega

Crunch Time

Match of the week – in fact, it may have been the game of the EHF Champions League season 2015/16 already – MVM Veszprem vs. SG Flensburg-Handewitt.; the Hungarian Champion and runner-up of the 2015 F… »

Ambros Martin

Handball Stars – Always so easy to talk to

Why is it that handball players- and coaches at the international top level are always so much easier to approach than footballers, for instance? By Peter Bruun “You almost need security clearance fro… »

Peter Portengen

”Happy to develop talents”

It does not bother Peter Portengen, coach of Dutch women´s champion SERCODAK Dalfsen, that his best players constantly leave for foreign adventures. By Peter Bruun In the Netherlands, no female handball team can compare to SERCODAK Dalfsen. The girls from the small town of Dalfsen (its population is only a bit above 27,000), win the Dutch championship year after year – but when it comes to partici… »

Drammens Hallen

The EHF Qualification Tournament is our FINAL4!

By Peter Bruun The disappointments of last season have taught Gyor to focus on one task at a time. Right now, it is the Champions League qualification tournament in Drammen, Norway. Coach and players… »

Aleksandar Radosavljevic

A Learning Process for Radnicki Kragujevac

By Peter Bruun WHC Radnicki Kragujevac gladly accepts the role of the underdog in the Women´s Champions League qualifying tournament in Drammen. If the players and coaches from WHC Radnicki Kragujevac… »

EHF Champions League Trophy

Dreaming In Drammen

At Drammen HK, a dream is taking shape under the auspices of Norway’s former national goalkeeper Frode Scheie. His expertise is considered indispensable in forming a team that will fight to become a regular in Europe’s League of Champions in the years to come.  Glassverket, Drammen’s premier women handball club, has an opportunity to live that dream much earlier. On the outset of the 2015/16 women… »

Tom O'Brannagain

Tom O’Brannagain – Unplugged

As teams begin preparing for another demanding season in the EHF Champions League we had a chance to catch up with Tom O’Brannagain the outspoken commentator at EHF TV.  He shares his opinion about th… »

Anja Hammerseng-Edin

Laszlo Papp

Laszlo Papp was a Hungarian boxing icon who became the first boxer in Olympic history to win three consecutive Olympic gold medals between 1948 – 1956.  It would be another 20 years before Teofilo Ste… »

Victor or Villain

Finally, the women’s MVM EHF Final 4 weekend has arrived.  Can Victor Ryabykh and the team from Volgograd beat Larvik for the first time this season? Can the team of Victor Ryabykh spoil Larvik's flawless EHF Champions League record?Keep on dreaming – no way!Yes – Volgograd will continue to surprise. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.