IFK Kristianstad win Swedish title after 62 years

IFK Kristianstad Swedish handball legend and current NT coach Ola Lindgren won the fifth national title with IFK Kristianstad, but the first one after 52 years long break! In the traditional Swedish final of the season in front of 12.312 fans, Kristianstad beat Alingsas 28:25 (14:14) for the trophy led by outstanding Marcus Olsson, who scored 11 goals. ← Previous Story Odorhei HC win Challenge Cup! Next Story → KIF Kolding and Skjern for the Danish crown!

SCANDI STYLE Magnus Dahl to end career at age 29

The Norwegian goalkeeper Magnus Dahl announced retirement at the end of current season 2016/2017. In age 29, the member of Danish team Skjern will move back to his country with the family, where planning to find proper job based on his formal education:– Some might think that I will stop at too young an age, but I have come to a point where I am more and more think about life after handball. Now I initially complete studies, and then waiting some very exciting job opportunities, says Dahl.Dahl has great experience of playing for TOP teams in various countries. He played at Paris Handball, BM Atlético Madrid, HSG Wetzlar, IFK Kristianstad and Skjern.– It has been an incredibly exciting journey with many highlights. When I look back, I feel privileged because I have been able to live my dream handball out for some fantastic clubs. At the same time I have played with and against many of the world’s best players. I’ve met a lot of interesting people through my sports career and is grateful to those who made it possible, says Dahl, writes official website of the club. Magnus Dahlskjern ← Previous Story SEHA: Powerful RK Celje PL smash Tatran Presov at the end of regular season Next Story → Montpellier give lesson for PSG Handball in French Cup! read more