Tess Wester (goalkeeper), 2015 World Championship, 2019 World Championship. Nycke Groot (centre back), 2016 European Championship. Lois Abbingh (left back), 2017 World Championship. Yvette Broch (line player), 2016 European Championship, 2017 World Championship. Kelly Dulfer (defender), 2018 European Championship.
Goalkeeper Tess Weser currently plays handball in Denmark for Odense. She made her debut in October 2012 against Romania. Nicknamed 'the pitbull' because she always plays full of passion and emotion, Wester was chosen in the All-star Team at the World Championship in 2015 and 2019. One of Wester's qualities is throwing a fast break.
More Netherlands Women's Handball Team Goalkeeper images
Tess Wester is a Dutch handballer who plays as goalkeeper for CSM București and the Dutch national team. A full international with the Dutch national team since 2012, she won the silver medal in the 2015 World Women's Handball Championship with the Dutch team and became the goalkeeper with the highest percentage of saves in the tournament. Wester also reaches with the Dutch team the fourth place in the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Age: 19. Height: 169 cm. Season Results: 2018 Women's European Open / 16. Final Tournament • 02.07.2018 - 06.07.2018 Round Report. Placement Matches 5-8. Matches DATE • TIME (CET) 1st Match G1 2nd Match G2 TOTAL. Fri Jul 06, 2018. Netherlands. Czech Republic.
Team profile page of Netherlands with squad, recent matches, team details and more ... Bundesliga EHF CL EHF Euro EHF Women CL World Cup All ... Goalkeeper. 178cm ...
Key players: Tess Wester (goalkeeper), Lois Abbingh (left back), Nycke Groot (centre back) Qualification for Tokyo 2020: 2019 IHF Women’s World Championship – 1st place. History in Olympic Games: 2016: 4th Group at Tokyo 2020: Group A (Netherlands, Montenegro, Norway, Japan, Republic of Korea, Angola)
Tokyo 2020 beckons after Lois Abbingh showed nerves of steel to calmly slot the winning goal at IHF Women’s World Championship final in Kumamoto, Japan. By Andrew Binner. Handball. Netherlands have been crowned Women's handball world champions for the first time, edging Spain 30-29 with a last-second penalty in Kumamoto, Japan.
Nycke Groot is the Dutch national team’s playmaker, leading the team to two consecutive EHF EUROs and to silver at the World Championship 2015. Her talent for handball was visible early on. She played her first European Cup matches in 2003 when she was just 15. Only one year later, in December 2004, she played her international for the Netherlands.
The Dutch Women's Handball team returned to the Netherlands on Tuesday morning as the new World Champions. They arrived at Schiphol at 5:00 a.m., and despite the early hour, were awaited by dozens of fans. The Dutch women won the World Cup on Sunday and is one of the nominees for Sports Team of the Year, NU.nl reports.