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Rio 2016: France’s two teams announced

Rio 2016: France’s two teams announced

Olivier Krumbholz and Claude Onesta both named their 14+1 players for the 2016 Olympic Games of Rio the Janeiro. The French women will play a preparation tournament in Norway against the hosts, Spain and Romania, while the defending Olympic champion men will host a tournament in Strasbourg with the participation of Egypt, Denmark and Germany.

Olivier Krumbholz’s 14+1 players:
Amandine Leynaud (goalkeeper)
Laura Glauser (goalkeeper)
Siraba Dembele (left wing)
Manon Houette (left wing)
Gnonsiane Niombla (left back)
Estelle Nze Minko (playmaker)
Allison Pineau (playmaker)
Grace Zaadi (playmaker)
Alexandra Lacrabere (right back)
Camille Ayglon-Saurina (right back)
Chloe Bulleux (right wing)
Blandine Dancette (right wing)
Laurisa Landre (pivot)
Beatrice Edwige (pivot)
Tamara Horacek (left back)

Claude Onesta’s 14+1 players:
Thierry Omeyer (goalkeeper)
Vincent Gerard (goalkeeper)
Michael Guigou (left wing)
Kentin Mahé (left wing)
Mathieu Grebille (left back)
Timothey N’Guessan (left back)
Nikola Karabatic (playmaker)
Daniel Narcisse (playmaker)
Adrien Dipanda (right back)
Valentin Porte (right back / right wing)
Luc Abalo (right wing)
Ludovic Fabregas (pivot)
Luka Karabatic (pivot)
Cedric Sorhaindo (pivot)
Olivier Nyokas (left wing / left back)

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