Olympic Games | The Olympic dream of Spanish handball begins

Olympic Games |  The Olympic dream of Spanish handball begins

Spanish handball is already sailing weapons with its mind set on the Paris Olympic Games after achieving qualification in two Pre-Olympic Games held in Torrevieja in the case of the Guerreras and in Granollers in the case of the Hispanics.

The women are included in Group B of the Games along with the Olympic and world champion Franceto their traditional executioner the Netherlands, to Hungary, to Brazil in what seems like a key duel and to Angola with the quarterfinals as a prize for the first four.

For its part, The men’s team shares Group A with Luka Cindric’s Croatiathe island of Blaz Jancthe Sweden of Hampus Wanne and Jonathan Carlsbogard, Germany and Japan, a team led by Blaugrana coach Carlos Ortega with a ticket to the quarterfinals for the first four.

The Warriors, on the march

The first to start are those of Ambros Martínwho have been concentrated this Monday in the Pontevedra town of A Guarda to work in the A Sangriña Pavilion (home of Mecalia Atlético Guardés) and in the Codesal facilities. The first training session will take place this Monday from six to eight in the afternoon.

This first phase of preparation will conclude this Sunday and they will return to Guardia on Wednesday the 26th and will be there until July 3, with an open-door session on Saturday, June 29. After three days of rest, the women’s team will concentrate in Irun with three friendlies in Artaleku: two against South Korea and one against Angola.

Ambros Martín, Spanish women’s coach / EFE

The 20 called from a list in which only 14 can be registered in the Games (some more could travel) are:

-Goalkeeper: Merche Castellanos (Costa del Sol Málaga), Nicole Wiggins (OGC Nice Handball) and Darly Zoqbi (SCM Craiova).

-Center: Carmen Campos (BVB Dortmund), Silvia Arderius (Málaga) and Alicia Fernández (Rapid Bucuresti).

-Lateral derecho: María Prieto (Caja Rural Aula Valladolid), Paula Arcos (Vipers Kristianstad) y Mireya González (Dunarea Braila).

-Left back: Lara González (Rapid), Danila So Delgado (AtticGo Elche) and Shandy Barbosa (Brest Bretagne).

-Far right: Marta López (Rapid), Maitane Etxeberria (Super Amara Bera Bera) and Paulina Buforn (Conservas Orbe Rubensa Porriño).

-Far left: Jennifer Gutiérrez (CSM Bucuresti) and Sole López (Málaga).

-Pivot: Eli Cesareo (Sunshine Coast Malaga), Kaba Gassama (BBM Bietigheim) and Lysa Tchaptchet (Vipers).

Hispanics, on Wednesday

The excellent news that represented the twelfth Champions League in blue and scarlet It marked the end of a season at the club level that will continue with the Paris Olympic Games that the Spanish men’s team will begin to prepare. this Wednesday at a rally in the Cantabrian town of Hoznayo with training at the Vicente Trueba Municipal Pavilion in Torrelavega, the fiefdom of a Bathco Torrelavega who received this Monday the documentation from the EHF for registration in the European League.

They will be there until June 25 and the second phase of preparation will take place from June 30 to July 7 in Esplugues de Llobregat with two friendlies scheduled: July 4 against Argentina in Montpellier and July 6 again against the Albiceleste at the Las Moreras Municipal Sports Center in Esplugue.

The third and final preparatory stage takes place abroad. The team is scheduled for July 11 in Madrid to travel to the Norwegian town of Hamar, where they will face the Scandinavian team on July 16 in the last test before returning to Madrid on July 19 and flying to Paris on July 22 after two days off.

Petar Cikusa has already debuted with the Hispanics / RFEBM

Jordi Ribera has summoned 21 players, among whom are the Blaugranas Gonzalo Pérez de Vargas (goalkeeper), Aleix Gómez (right winger), Javi Rodríguez (center) and the outstanding Petar Cikusa (center). The list is completed by:

-Goalkeeper: Rodrigo Corrales (MKB Veszprém) and Sergey Hernández (Magdeburg).

-Central: Álex Dujshebaev (Industria Kielce) and Ian Tarrafeta (Pays d’Aix).

-Right Side: Jorge Maqueda (Nantes) and Imanol Garciandía (PICK Szeged).

-Left Back: Joan Cañellas (Kadetten), Agustín Casado (Veszprém), Antonio García (Fraikin Granollers) and Dani Dujshebaev (Kielce).

-Right Wing: Ferran Solé (Paris Saint-Germain) and Kauldi Odriozola (Nantes).

-Left Wing: Ángel Fernández (Limoges), Miguel Sánchez-Migallón (Benfica) and Dani Fernández (Stuttgart).

-Pivot: Abel Serdio (Orlen Wisla Plock) and Gedeón Guardiola (Viveros Herol Nava).

2024-06-17 16:45:49
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