Following their initial victory in the European Championship qualifiers, the German women’s handball team envisions room for enhancement as they prepare for the upcoming World Cup. Captain Alina Grijseels expressed optimism, stating, “I believe we can further enhance our quality.” Nonetheless, due to the six-month hiatus, the team had limited training sessions, so each opportunity…
“I am optimistic that we can get more quality out of it,” said captain Alina Grijseels after the 31:24 (15:14) against Ukraine. However, due to the six-month break, the team did not have many units, “so every minute together is good for us.”
However, after the cancellation of the second European Championship qualifier in Israel, scheduled for Saturday, the German Handball Federation (DHB) selection has little time left to prepare together. “All the moments on the pitch are golden,” said national coach Markus Gaugisch. Ahead of the World Cup (November 29 to December 17), which will also be about the Olympics for the DHB team in Herning, Denmark, it’s “now blow by blow.”
The German women’s handball team will play its last World Cup test on November 5 against Hungary – without the players who are active abroad. After the match in Tel Aviv was postponed indefinitely, Gaugisch’s team is still training at the sports hotel in Großwallstadt until Saturday.
Xenia Smits expressed, “It’s unfortunate for us, but there are undoubtedly more critical matters. This match holds no significance for us.” Coach Gaugisch echoed these sentiments, alluding to the situation in Israel and stating, “Handball is becoming a secondary concern. It’s bewildering when confronted with such news. Our primary hope is for the swift restoration of peace in both Israel and Ukraine. That transcends everything.”
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