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Published 13.06.2014 | Author : admin | Category : What Do Women Want In A Man

Event preview: 16 teams overall in the men's as well as the women's event vie for the European junior beach handball crown. Ten days of European beach handball in the Danish city of Randers throw off on Friday, 5 July, with eight women's 19 and men's 19 teams respectively competing for the European junior beach handball crown.
The younger age category tournament is the prelude to the 2013 European Beach Handball Championship in Randers which takes place from 9 to 14 July.
In the men's 19 event Russia, Switzerland, Norway and Spain have been seeded in group A, while Turkey, Hungary, Serbia and hosts Denmark make up group B.
Two years ago at the Men's 19 European Beach Handball Championship in Umag, the Croatian hosts (Croatia do not participate in 2013) prevailed ahead of Russia and Italy. In the women's 19 event the participating seven teams from Denmark, Hungary, Turkey, Norway, Russia, Spain and Switzerland have all been seeded in one group. This group will be played in a round-robin system with the first four teams qualifying for the semi-finals.
Two years ago Hungary were crowned European junior champions, while Russia took the silver medal and Croatia gained bronze.
The match plan for the 2013 Women's 19 European Beach Handball Championship is available here.
There is also an impressive event programme happening including DJs, mini-concerts, stand-up comedy, a beach bar and beach party and fun competittions. For more information and to keep up to date visit also the event's official website and become a fan of the EHF's beach handball Facebook page.
In this interview the IHF Coach of the Year explains his hopes, wishes and tactics for Spain and talks about unlucky moments in London. Ulrik Wilbek: I had a hard time afterwards – it was probably the biggest disappointment in my life so far.

How important is that World Championship on your journey to the EHF EURO 2014 on home soil, or don’t you have this tournament in mind? Ulrik Wilbek: When we are in Spain we will play in order to obtain the best possible World Championship result. You could be the first ever coach in handball history to become World champion with both a men’s and a women’s team – does that reflection give fresh impetus to you?
How has AG Kobenhavn’s bankruptcy changed handball in Denmark – and your work as the national coach? Ulrik Wilbek: I want to obtain the best possible result in our group so that the opponent might be less strong. The most Northern of all 16 participants of the EHF Women’s Champions League is aiming high this year. After qualifying at the tournament at Skopje with a final victory over the hosting team Metalurg, Byasen from Trondheim is participating in the EHF Women’s Champions League for the ninth time. And the five times Norwegian champions have improved their squad by two internationally very experienced players from Norway. Olympics and several times European champion Tonje Nostvold arrived from their first round opponent, Danish champions FC Midtjylland. This duo shall now lead the young squad of the Norwegian ‘talent factory’ together with left wing Camilla Herrem, another Norwegian European champion. The only international transfer was Marta Tomac, the Croatian arrived from Aarhus in Denmark.
As Larvik HK won the EHF Champions League title last season, Norway received an additional allocated place for the Qualification.
Byasen  as runners-up took the second place while Tertnes Bergen took the new third place to enter qualification.

And now the Norwegians have high hopes to – thanks to their strengthened team – reach the Main Round for the first time in their club history and to rank minimum second at the end of the Norwegian league season. In 1997 and 1999 Byasen were among the top eight teams as they reached the EHF Champions League quarter-finals. But since the system was changed to a Main Round, they could never reach this stage even as they had been part of the Group Matches three times.
Coach Valery Putans, the former Norwegian junior’s national team coach who led his team to the gold medal at the world championship in Korea 2010, has long experience in integrating talents into the senior’s squad. The new physical trainer Gunnvor Halmoy is responsible for the fitness that the players will need on international turf in the year when Byasen celebrate their 90th anniversary. Byasen will be hosting top teams in the Group Stage: Danish champions Midtjylland, last season’s semi-finalists Buducnost and German champions Thuringer HC. In the season preparation Byasen showed some great performances like winning a tournament in Germany by beating Oltchim Valcea in the finals. Valery Putans: We have a young team and we will get big experience by playing EHF Champions League. After having been decorated with triple gold at Olympics, World and European Championships with the Danish women’s team Ulrik Wilbek took over the Danish men’s side in 2005. I think I learned a lot concerning our possibilities to play but also about that it’s indispensable to not underestimate the opponent and to not get carried away by positive prospects. And my philosophy of continuous development of play while getting involved new talents has not changed at all.

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