Ann Mette Hansen

Most Open EURO Ever But Still With Favorites

By Peter Bruun The EHF EURO 2014 in Hungary and Croatia seems to be the most equally balanced women´s European Championship ever.  Still, it is possible to point out teams that are somewhat bigger favorites than others and also a few that are expected to leave empty handed at an early stage of the tournament. Denmark´s national coach Jan Pytlick has predicted that 14 out of the 16 teams can possib… »

Marianne Bonde + Pernille Holst Holmsgaard

Pytlick Seems To Feel Sure About His Girls

By Peter Bruun The fact that Denmark´s national coach nominates his squad for the upcoming European Championship six weeks before the tournament shows huge confidence in his players. Jan Pytlick has s… »

Nora Mork

Fjordkraft

A second women’s EHF Champions League weekend has passed and what used to be a somewhat opaque picture a fortnight ago is slowly gaining some contour and structure. The second round action of handball… »

Bojana Popovic

Are You Ready For The 2014/15 EHF Women’s Champions League Season?

Make sure you are up to speed as women’s EHF Champions League season 2014/15 is underway. Which team won the 2013/14 Champions League?*Vardar SkopjeLarvik HKGyoer AUDI ETOThueringer HCFor the 2014/15 CL season Katarina Bulatovic has rejoined the team of:*FC MidtjyllandBuducnost PodgoricaGyoer AUDI EtoByasen TrondheimWhich team of the four 2013/14 Champions League finalists did not qualify for this… »

Jelena Eric

Jelena Eric – A Serbian Icon

December 16 – Handball World Cup 2013 has entered its first elimination stage; the Round of Sixteen.  12,000 passionate spectators have made their way to Belgrade’s colossal Kombank Arena in support o… »

Hajra Gyoer

The Usual Suspects And A Few New Faces

By Peter Bruun When the Women´s Champions League throws off this weekend, it is generally with the same teams as favorites as in previous years – but a few more or less well known outfits may also hav… »

Leslie´s Russian Adventure

By Peter Bruun Danish coach Jan Leslie was preferred to Yevgenij Trefilov when Rostov Don hired new coach! It was some adventure, the 43-year-old Danish handball coach Jan Leslie started when he left the job as head coach of Danish league club Randers HK to take over Rostov Don in the southern part of Russia. “Our course, it took me a lot of thinking and considerations before I finally made the st… »

SG Flensburg-Handewitt

Open Season

Once again the 2014/15 Champions League season is upon us – time for a check-up on what you know and what you don’t before teams spring into action and things get serious. Are You Ready For the EHF Ch… »

Men At Work

Following the recent communication of the International Handball Federation (IHF) to not recognize the Oceania Continent Handball Federation (OCHF) and by default withdrawing Australia’s participation… »

Sydney University HC

Down Under

It was only in August of 2013 when Sydney University’s head coach and Hamburg native Philipp Enders shook hands with his colleague Martin Schwalb congratulating him to a 35:15 (20:4) HSV victory at the IHF Super Globe – the tournament in Doha (Qatar) also known as the “Club World Championship”. In recent years the event has become a mainstay in the calendar of handball’s premier teams not the leas… »