Handball-Planet.com is proud to announce the results of our Contest for the WORLD FEMALE HANDBALL PLAYER 2014. Norwegian line player and Hungarian Gyor star, Heidi Loke has got the highest number of points based on cumulative votes of 17 members of the international jury of handball journalists and visitors of our website. She won the “dead race” against Romanian star from ZRK Buducnost Podgorica, Christina Neagu.
Her quality performance during the Women’s EHF EURO 2014 in Denmark, where Norway won the gold medal in glossy style, but also Women’s EHF CL trophy which remained in the hands of Hungarian Gyor, were the best recommendation for this prestigious award.
A 32 years-old Heidi Loke scored the hat-trick in the winning of award for the WORLD FEMALE PLAYER of Handball-Planet.com. She has already won in 2011 and 2013 with only break in 2012, when Hungarian left back Zsuzsana Tomori won the title.
In three weeks of voting, all of 32 nominated players have got amazing support by the handball community. Handball lovers smashed last year record (87.000 votes) with 106,322 votes for their favorite players in eight categories.
Handball-Planet team want to thank all media, teams, TOP players, coaches and handball fans worldwide for making our project so big this year! Looking forward to another fantastic handball year!