Groups for World Championship Denmark 2015 drawn

Groups for World Championship Denmark 2015 drawn

Herning Arena

The draw for the 2015 Women’s World Championship took place in Kolding, Denmark on 24 June 2015.

Seeding before draw:

Pot 1: Brazil, Norway, Cuba, Denmark
Pot 2: Montenegro, Spain, Sweden, France
Pot 3: Hungary, Netherlands, Argentina, Romania
Pot 4: Russia, South Corea, Poland, Japan
Pot 5: Tunis, Congo, China, Puerto Rico
Pot 6: Angola, Germany, Kazakhstan, Serbia

Four of the teams had allocated places in the different groups, by the organizing comitee, as follows: Denmark in Herning, Sweden in Naestved, Germany in Kolding and Norway in Fredrikshavn

Handball_DK_VM2015_logo3Group A –  Herning

Denmark , Montenegro, Hungary, Japan, Tunisia, Serbia

Group B – Naestved

Cuba, Sweden, Netherlands, Poland, China, Angola


Group C –  Kolding

Brasil, France, Argentina, Korea, Congo, Germany 

Group D –  Fredrikshavn

Norway, Spain, Romania, Russia, Puerto Rico, Kazahstan

Group A seems to become the group of death, meanwhile in group C Puerto Rico and Kazahstan could be considered as eliminated.

Cuba’s place in pot 1 is nearly not acceptable, or placing Hungary and Romania in the same pot 3 with Argentina it makes people to contemplate about the rules.

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