MK2015 EHF-EURO
Jane Sandanski18.08.2015 17:00
Slovenia25
Romania34
Jane Sandanski18.08.2015 19:00
Sweden19
Russia34
Jane Sandanski19.08.2015 17:00
Romania28
Sweden21
Jane Sandanski19.08.2015 19:00
Russia40
Slovenia27
Boris Trajkovski18.08.2015 17:00
France24
Hungary28
Boris Trajkovski18.08.2015 19:00
Croatia30
Denmark33
Boris Trajkovski19.08.2015 17:00
Hungary32
Croatia29
Boris Trajkovski19.08.2015 19:00
Denmark20
France22
Jane Sandanski18.08.2015 13:00
Macedonia16
Spain35
Jane Sandanski18.08.2015 15:00
Czech Republic23
Germany42
Jane Sandanski19.08.2015 13:00
Spain38
Czech Republic32
Jane Sandanski19.08.2015 15:00
Germany38
Macedonia13
Boris Trajkovski18.08.2015 13:00
Portugal24
Slovakia27
Boris Trajkovski18.08.2015 15:00
Netherlands26
Norway36
Boris Trajkovski19.08.2015 13:00
Slovakia28
Netherlands33
Boris Trajkovski19.08.2015 15:00
Norway25
Portugal24
Jane SandanskiSemi Final21.08.2015 18:00
Russia33
Hungary24
Jane SandanskiSemi Final21.08.2015 20:30
Denmark31
Romania23
Jane Sandanski5-8 Place21.08.2015 13:00
Slovenia30
France24
Jane Sandanski5-8 Place21.08.2015 15:30
Croatia25
Sweden24
Boris Trajkovski9-12 Place21.08.2015 18:00
Spain31
Netherlands27
Boris Trajkovski9-12 Place21.08.2015 20:30
Norway25
Germany26
Boris Trajkovski13-16 Place21.08.2015 13:00
Czech Republic22
Portugal27
Boris Trajkovski13-16 Place21.08.2015 15:30
Slovakia26
Macedonia17
Jane SandanskiFINAL23.08.2015 17:30
Russia24
Denmark25
Jane Sandanski3rd Place23.08.2015 15:00
Hungary34
Romania31
Jane Sandanski5th Place23.08.2015 12:30
Slovenia24
Croatia22
Jane Sandanski7th Place23.08.2015 10:00
France30
Sweden25
Boris Trajkovski9th Place22.08.2015 20:30
Spain29
Germany30
Boris Trajkovski11th Place22.08.2015 18:00
Netherlands29
Norway39
Boris Trajkovski13th Place22.08.2015 15:30
Portugal27
Slovakia24
Boris Trajkovski15th Place22.08.2015 13:00
Czech Republic36
Macedonia22

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After the final match, representatives from team Denmark and Russia shared their impressions from the most important match at the W17 EHF Euro. Head coach of Denmark, Heine Erikssen: “I think that it was a good match, not beautiful but a fighting one. When you play a final the most important is the fight. It... View Article

Helena Elver Hagesoe is the MVP of the W17 EHF Euro

After the final match of the W17 EHF Euro the all star team was chosen. Three of the players come from Russia, two from the champion Denmark, but the MVP at this championship is also Danish. It is the center back Helena Elver Hagesoe.   ALL STAR TEAM OF THE W17 EHF Euro: Goalkeeper – Learke... View Article

Denmark celebrates – they are the new European champions!

Denmark won the final of the W17 EHF Euro against Russia and claimed themselves as the new champions of Europe! Danish girls outplayed Russia, the only undefeated team at the championship in Skopje with 25-24 and collected third gold for their country in this EHF category. The match started with good opening from Russia and... View Article

Lakatos: We wanted the bronze more!

Hungarians showed that the persistence and the hard work can pay off, winning 34-31 in the bronze medal match over Romania in a brilliant second half. Their best player, Rita Lakatos, said that they simply wanted it more. “I think it was a good game. Romania has a great team, but we wanted the victory... View Article

Hungary took the bronze over Romania

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France deserved 7th place with a strong finish

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Spain misses the last shot, victory goes to Germany

Spain and Germany did a great job yesterday, qualifying for the World Championships, so today’s match between the two teams didn’t have too special meaning. This allowed both teams to play more relaxed than usually, making some mistakes they didn’t make in the previous matches. Spain was in control for the first 45 minutes of… View Article

Norway take 11. place after easy win over Netherlands

Both teams lost their most important matches yesterday, missing a ticket for the World championship next year, so today’s match between Netherland nad Norway was played in much more relaxed mood, without any pressure. Norway was by far the better team, winning 39-29 and putting behind the disapointment from yesterday’s loss from Germany. The Dutch… View Article

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The Host finished without victory

The host of W17 EHF EURO finished at the last spot on the tournament. In the battle for fifteen place Macedonia was defeated by team of Czech Republic. After giant 39:23 victory in the Preliminary round, Czech Republic once again gained clear victory. This match, however, was played by completely different scenario. Well, first half… View Article