Guys, we have special interview for you :) Two old friends met to talk about beach handball - Mladen Paradžik tried out his journalist skills and asked Mr Marco Bodmer about Swiss beach handball and the development of this sport in general. Check out what kind of changes does Mr Bodmer suggest to implement and what does he think about the future of our beloved sport:
Since we already presented Italian and Polish teams, we believe it would be fair to present some local team now :) Below you may read how the most numerous club (6 registered teams!) on this year's Jarun Cup - BHC Sesvete - have developed within 5 years of existence:
We have already presented one men's team, so it's high time to get to know something about the representatives of "more beautiful sex", from Poland. Ladies and gentlemen, BHT Pyrki Poznan, last year's participant on Ivanić Grad Open, EBT Finals in Greece and the most successful beach handball women's club in Poland. Let's read few words about girls, why they're coming back to Croatia and what are their plans for 2017 season:
In one of our previous announcements we've already mentioned our volunteer Ana. Now here's a chance to get to know her closer:
Hi, I'm Ana and I'm a 4th grade student of Maths. I'm a chess player, but I love other sports as wellÂ Â Currently, I occasionally work out on aerobic trainings with my university colleagues, and sometimes I go hiking with Igor, as he already mentioned in previous announcementÂ I volunteered at European Universities Games in 2016 in Zagreb together with Sandra and Igor as a part of team responsible for futsal. I've never played beach handball but as a kid I trained indoor one, so I believe it will be very interesting for me. The team is promising, so see you soon!Â
Today we present another volunteer who, may be, next year might take some other function at Jarun Cup... Who knows ;) Guys, meet Igor!