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Italy women's national beach handball team

The Nationa team at the 2009 World Games

The Italy women's national beach handball team is the national team of Italy. It is governed by the Federazione Italiana Giuoco Handball and takes part in international beach handball competitions.

In 2012 the coach is the hungarian Tamas Neukum.[1]

Results

In his history the team won one edition of World Games (2009) and one of the European Championships (2004). [2]

World Championship

Year Position
2004 3rd
2006 8th
2008 4th
2010 8th
2012 7th
2014 6th
Total 6/6

European Championship

Year Position
2000 6th
2002 7th
2004 4th
2006 10th
2009 1st
2011 3rd
Total 6/6

World Games

Year Position
2001
2005 7th
2009 1st
Total 2/3

See also

References

  1. ^ "2008-2012, Quattro anni di Pallamano: l’attività del Beach Handball" (in Italian). figh.it. Retrieved 16 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "BEACH HANDBALL: AZZURRE NELLA STORIA, SONO CAMPIONESSE D’EUROPA" (in Italian). nonsolocalcio.it. Retrieved 16 December 2012. 
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