The ‘Guerreras’ return to action with their minds already set on the Games

The ‘Guerreras’ return to action with their minds already set on the Games
The ‘Guerreras’ return to action with their minds already set on the Games

After a few days of rest, The Spanish women’s handball team returned to action on Monday in the Guipuzcoan city of Irun.

Over there, The ‘Guerreras’ face a new week of workthe penultimate before leaving for the 2024 Paris Olympicsand in which they will compete for a total of three friendly matches: two against the South Korean team and one, the first of all, against Angola.

The ‘Guerreras’ face this concentration with the objective of arriving in the best possible way to the international event and tofinish defining Ambros Martín’s list for the Olympics.

This Wednesday, the ‘Warriors’ They will face Angola at the Artaleku Municipal Sports Centre starting at 7:00 p.m.which will be the first of three matches that the team will play at the Irun sports complex and which will be broadcast live on television via Teledeporte and RTVE Play.

On Friday, for its partthe second match for Spain will arrive. The national team faces South Korea, a team that they already faced less than a year ago: in November 2023, at the International Tournament of Spain held at the Palacio de los Deportes in Santander, just before the ‘Guerreras’ left for the 2023 World Championship.

The match will also take place at 7:00 p.m. in Artaleku and will be broadcast on Teledeporte and RTVE Play.

He Sunday 14th will be the turn of the second round against South Korea. The ‘Guerreras’ will play against the Asian team in Artaleku, at 1:00 p.m., in a match that can be seen streaming from the official channels of the Royal Spanish Handball Federation and which will be the last duel for Ambros Martín’s team in Irun.

With Spain in full concentration, Silvia Arderius has assessed the situation of the ‘Guerreras’ in view of this concentration. “We are facing the week with great enthusiasm. The Olympic Games generate different excitement than any other tournament. Every day of training, of concentration, every time we even mention what we are going to compete in… everything is different. We are very excited, eager and the whole group is working very well to arrive in the best possible way.”Arderius has analyzed.

If she were to make it onto Ambros Martín’s final list for the Games, Paris 2024 would be Arderius’ first Olympics with the ‘Guerreras’.In terms of preparation, I don’t do anything different from other tournaments we play with the national team. You try to give a certain normality to the day to day, but the sensations are different. For my part, there are a little more nerves and tension, and you have to try to manage those emotions so that they don’t affect you negatively in what is important: which is the daily work and consolidating everything we are trying to do in training.” specifies the central.

 
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