Edina Borsos Selected As WNT Head Coach For Paris 2024 Olympic Cycle. July 21, 2021, 10 a.m. (ET) Edina Borsos, an European Handball Federation Pro Master Handball Coach and lecturer with ...
He says he plans to retire from competitive handball after competing at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Following his retirement, he aspires to work as a handball coach. "When I finish my career, I will be coaching. I will see if it will be at a club in Spain or somewhere else. Maybe Argentina, that tempts me to return."
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A handball coach encouraged her to take up the sport after watching her compete in athletics. "I didn't want to play as a goalkeeper, because I was scared to block balls. I confessed that to my coach, but he said there was no one who could become a goalkeeper, except me." (sportnest.kr, 31 Jan 2013)
Her younger sister Anna Vyakhireva has also represented the Russian Federation in handball and the pair were members of the same teams that won gold at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro and bronze at the 2019 World Championship in Japan. Her father Viktor Vyakhirev is an Honoured Coach of the Russian Federation in the sport.
Coach : Xavi Pascual [club], ESP; Marcus Oliveira [national], BRA. Position style : Left back (fcbarcelona.com, 24 Apr 2021) Sporting relatives : His father Alessandro Langaro played professional handball and has served as a handball coach in Brazil. (rfi.fr, 17 Feb 2019) Debut :
Handball is a physical and fast sport of intense physical contact, with shots being thrown at speeds approaching 100 km per hour. It is played indoors on a 40m x 20m court with seven players (one goalkeeper + six court), which speeds up the game even more. The object is to score more goals than the opponents by throwing the ball into a D-shaped ...
The first written set of team handball rules was published in 1906 by the Danish gym teacher, lieutenant and Olympic medalist Holger Nielsen from Ordrup grammar school, north of Copenhagen. The modern set of rules was published on 29 October 1917 by Max Heiser, Karl Schelenz , and Erich Konigh from Berlin , Germany; this day is therefore seen as the "date of birth" of the sport.