“Individually, we have high expectations”

By Kevin Domas Nikola, the updates about your brother’s ankle must be quite reassuring… NK:  It’s 11AM and I haven’t even seen him yet, so you seem to know a lot more than me (laughs).  We’ll have to see how things evolve, but a sprained ankle without any damage to the ligaments seems like something he can deal with. It could have been worse, I guess. France has been going through a lot of chang… »

What a difference two years make

By Sascha Staat Germany is coming to EURO 2018 in Croatia as the defending champion. What would have sounded like a crazy joke two years ago, now it is reality – plain and simple. And it’s not like an… »

France are favorites – but it’ll be close

PREVIEW – World champions France are the favorites to take back the European title, when EHF EURO 2018 kicks into high gear in Croatia, on Friday. However, French coach Didier Dinart is facing problem… »

France – medal contender and maybe more

By Kevin  Domas For the first time in a long time, France are going to play an international competition without Thierry Omeyer and Daniel Narcisse. Furthermore, due to various injuries, five of the sixteen players chosen by Didier Dinart haven’t played any major championship before. “But it’s not like these guys are left alone. There are players on the team who will push them, help them – we’ve a… »

Team France

Golden League – a good idea gone wrong

By Kevin Domas In 2012, three of Europe’s top national handball federations (France, Denmark and Norway) joined forces to create a competition that would optimize income, thanks to TV rights. The idea… »

“My hunger for a title is enormous”

INTERVIEW – Niklas Landin is fully aware that his goalkeeping will have to be superb, for Denmark to be successful at the upcoming European championship, in Croatia. The experienced goalkeeper from Ki… »

Future in place – EURO ahead

INTERVIEW – Henrik Toft Hansen (Denmark) can play the EHF EURO 2018 having peace of mind when it comes to his future. The experienced line player will be leaving SG Flensburg-Handewitt for Paris Saint-Germain after this season. In this interview with stregspiller.com, he admits that the decision has been more difficult as he has a family to think of. By Peter Bruun Right now, Henrik Toft Hansen ha… »

“Nobody to hide behind anymore”

By Kevin Domas As EURO 2018 is around the corner, it’s time to focus on the dominating force in men’s handball – France, the reigning world champion.  Kevin Domas caught up with goalkeeper, Vincent Ge… »

“Finally, we beat Norway at the right time”

By Sascha Staat France stunned defending champion Norway winning the world title, beating the Scandinavians by a final score of 23-21 in Hamburg, on Sunday afternoon. They key for success was a plan w… »

Allons, enfants de la Patrie…

Women´s World Championship – Final The title of the Marseillaise seems to be the appropriate headline for the sensational win, the French team pulled of on Sunday evening, in Hamburg, at World Cup’17. Not many people outside France would have expected their team to overcome mighty Norway. By Peter Bruun France vs Norway 23:21 (11:10) Before the Match Norway had swept all opposition aside, except a… »