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Poland beat Hungary for Olympic qualifications!

Copyrights: Stephane Pillaud

Poland are in quarter-final at 22nd IHF Women’s World Championship 2015 in Denmark! Polish girls beat Hungary 24:23 (13:14) after thrilling finish in “JYSK BANK BOXEN” Arena in Herning. The Polish goalie Anna Wysokinska saved the last shot of the Hungarian girls afterwards Polish coach Kim Rasmussen took last time-out to keep calm his girls to save the ball until the end.

Polish girls did it and big celebration could start.

Poland: Wysokińska, Gawlik – Kudłacz-Gloc 8, Achruk 4, Kulwińska 3, Kobylińska 3, Niedźwiedź 2, Stachowska 1, Kocela 1, Zalewska 1, Stasiak.

Hungary: Kiss, Biro – Hornyak 5, Szucsanszki 5, Szöllösi-Zacsik 4, Görbicz 3, Kovacsics 2, Triscsuk 2, Mayer 1, Tomori 1, Pappne Szamoransky, Bognar-Bodi, Szekeres, Planeta, Kovacsicz.

Poland are in quarter-final where is waiting for the better from Russia – South Korea clash.

With this result, Germany lost all the chances to play in Rio next year.

Copyrights: Stephane Pillaud



  1. VideoPortal

    26. March 2017. at 10:52

    Although Hungary qualified as the defending champions for the 1956 Olympics , they did not enter the tournament.

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