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Groups for World Championship Denmark 2015 drawn

Groups for World Championship Denmark 2015 drawn
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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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