‘Traditional powerhouse’ Denmark wins 3 consecutive handball world championships… South Korea ranked 28th out of 32 countries

Denmark, a traditional handball leader, has won the International Handball Federation (IHF) Men’s World Championship for the third time in a row.

Denmark won 34-29 against France in the men’s final of the 28th IFH World Championship held at Teletu Arena in Stockholm, Sweden on the 29th (Korean time). 메이저사이트

Denmark, who won consecutively in 2019 and 2021, completed a three-game losing streak.

With this victory, Denmark also secured a ticket to the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Twelve countries compete in men’s handball at the Olympics, and 10 teams, excluding Denmark and host France, will be made up of 4 teams from Asia, North & Central America + South America, Europe and Africa championships and 6 teams from the Olympic qualifiers.

After losing three times in the group stage, Korea was pushed to the Presidents Cup, finishing in 28th place out of 32 teams.

Korea will re-challenge for tickets to the Olympics through the Asian Championships to be held in Doha, Qatar in October.

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