The ‘Hispanos’, going for a new medal

The ‘Hispanos’, going for a new medal
The ‘Hispanos’, going for a new medal

07/08/2024 at 18:53

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He Spanish handball is one of the great medal options for the Spanish committee. The team led by Jordi Ribera, fully immersed in a generational changehas the necessary experience for this type of tournament, as well as talented emerging players who will give energy and drive to the ‘Hispanos’.

The Catalan coach announced the final squad that will fight to try to achieve a new medal for Spanish sport. Despite being a list of 17 players, only 14 are part of the team with a permanent positionleaving the other three as reserves.

After the ‘disaster’ in the last European Championship, the Spanish team was forced to go through the Pre-Olympic tournament held in the city of Granollers to get a ticket for the Games. The ‘Hispanos’ did not let down the local fans, recovered their best form and beat Bahrain, Slovenia and Brazil.

With the participation in Paris, Spanish men’s handball will compete for twelfth time the Olympic Games. To date, Spain has achieved four medalsall of bronze. Thus, the great challenge for the ‘Hispanics’ will be to win a new medal and, if possible, to wear silver or gold.

The ‘Hispanos’; a great chance of winning a medal

  • Specialty: Handball
  • Participations: 12
  • Medals: 4 bronzes
  • Coach: Jordi Ribera
  • Convocation: Gonzalo Pérez de Vargas (FC Barcelona), Rodrigo Corrales (MKB Vezsprém), Álex Dujshebaev (Industria Kielce), Ian Tarrafeta (Pays d’Aix UCH), Imanol Garciandía (OTP-Bank – Pick Szeged), Joan Cañellas (Kadetten Schaffhausen ), Agustín Casado (MKB Vezsprém), Daniel Dujshebaev (Industria Kielce), Aleix Gómez (FC Barcelona), Kauldi Odriozola (HBC Nantes), Miguel Sánchez-Migallón (SL Benfica Portugal), Daniel Fernández (TVB Stuttgart HB), Abel Serdio (Orlen Wisla Plock) and Javier Rodriguez (FC Barcelona).
 
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