American handball under development

This week we decided to call up Craig Rot, responsible leader for Team USA and a strong force working hard to develop the sport in America. Read how Partille Cup legitimises his work, and the sport, especially in the eyes of their newer players. In the United States, they do not have other youth clubs to play and therefor it is essential for the continued and sustained growth of his handball program.

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Star players of Partille Cup

For many of the stars players around the world of handball, it all started with a journey. A journey that took them to Gothenburg, Sweden. Partille Cup is not only a place for meeting new cultures and having fun, it is also a place where the new stars are born. In the recent and coming Championships in Europe and around the world, many of the stars have started their careers in Gothenburg fighting for the gold.

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Buxtehuder back after 25 years

We have talked to Mr Karsten Von Eitzen from the club Buxtehuder in Germany. After a short break from the tournament for over 25 years, the boys 15 from Buxtehuder visited Partille Cup and enjoyed it very much. Therefor the club is represented by no less than 6 teams for this year’s tournament (U-15 team on the picture above).
 
 

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Four tournament participants in the final

Partille Cup congrats Germany and Spain to gold and silver in the EHF Euro 2016 Poland. The championship played until end of January bid a surprise in form of the champion. Germany without many of their stars, shook Spain and the final was over before second half had started (24-17). We are proud that no less than four finalists have been prior participants in Partille Cup – World of Handball. 

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Rewarding Exchange in Partille

At the moment two worlds are meeting during two intense weeks. The school Öjersjö Brunn is visited by four students, a principal and two teachers from Indrayani secondary school in Nepal.

– It´s truly a different world what we can tell after arriving to Partille, the teacher Prem Singh says.

 

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