Milestone for Jurack 300 games for the national team

Grit Jurack joined a club which was so far reserved exclusively to men only. She has now officially played 300 games for the national team, a feat that was never before accomplished by a woman. With the tournament in Norway, the number of games played reached 300. Playing since 1996 for the national team, she has expressed her feelings saying she is very proud of it. So far, only 4 people had done it, all men, Frank-Michael Wahl (344), Klaus-Dieter Petersen (340) and Christian Schwarzer (319).Also successful on club level, she has won the champions league three times, the first with Viborg HK in 2006, also became the first German to win it. Next task: The WC in Brazil in December. But this to happen she must help her team pass Hungary in the qualifications for the WC. Should this happen and she plays a little more, she might pass Schwarzer and be in the top3 of Germans with most caps for their national bongarts/getty images ← Previous Story Barcelona stopped by Ciudad! Champions-title delayed Next Story → Women’s EHF EURO 2012 Qualification Groups decided read more

CO Zagreb is eternal champion of Croatia

6Poreč74 5Split74 2Nexe78 C.O ZagrebCroatian handball championSisciazagreb 4Karlovac75 3Siscia77 Since 1992 and Independence of Croatia, there is only one team which celebrate at the end of the season – C.O Zagreb. Team from Croatian capital, twice EHF CL winner, won all seven matches in the Play-Off and three rounds before the end has six points ahead of Nexe Nasice.In the decisive match for the Championship, Zagreb beats Siscia 31:23 (10:10) in front of 75 spectators.Siscia: Kvesić, Palaić, Bilušić; Tojčić 5, Bjeliš 3, Jurjević 4, Žarković, Balić, Raič 2, Baltić 1, Crnić, Nuić 4, Čutura 3, Nikić, Kobetić 1CO Zagreb: Pešić, Ivić; Marić 3, Brozović, Kopljar 4, Matulić 1, Šprem 7, Špiler, Šebetić 4, Gojun 7, Horvat, J. Valčić 2, Vukić, T. Valčić, Balić, Kaleb 3 1Croatia osiguranje714 ← Previous Story Viborg HK is almost a Danish champion! Next Story → Igor Anic goes back to France – Cesson Rennes read more