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WHP 2017: 100.000 votes for six days – 3.4% of Icelandic population voted!

Six days of the Voting Contest for the WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2017 was enough to reach the 100.000 votes which gives a special dimension to the work of 30 handball journalists gathered in Handball-Planet.com Jury for the seventh year in a row.

The 32 biggest stars of the world of handball getting significant support from all over the world. The highest interest for the voting coming from Iceland, where 11.104 handball fans visited voting polls in a few days giving his compatriot Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson fantastic number of votes (over 9.000). Over 11.000 visitors from Iceland means that about 3.4% of the whole population joined our Polls thanks to the mainstream media like Visir. Mbi, who shared news about our Content.

The second nation in number of handball fans who voted already at WHP 2017 is Denmark with more than 6.000 fans, ahead of Macedonians (4.600), Croats (4.400), Hungarians (3.500), Germans (2.900) and Norwegians (2.100).

There is still a lot of time to change some things. VOTE

TOP 5 players with the highest support after Day 6:

Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson (Rhein Neckar Lowen – Iceland) (52%, 9,079 Votes)

Luka Cindric (RK Vardar Skopje – Croatia) (46%, 6,081 Votes)

Lasse Svan Hansen (SG Flensburg Handewitt – Denmark) (47%, 5,151 Votes)

Kiril Lazarov (HBC Nantes – Macedonia) (41%, 4,922 Votes)

Uwe Gensheimer (PSG Handball – Germany) (27%, 4,716 Votes)

TOP 3 players with the lowest support after Day 6:

Blaz Janc (PGE Vive Kielce – Slovenia) (10%, 1,125 Votes)

Jerry Tollbring (Rhein Neckar Lowen – Sweden) (6%, 1,086 Votes)

Gonzalo Perez de Vargas (FC Barcelona Lassa – Spain) (7%, 711 Votes)

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