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Anita Görbicz retires from the national team

Anita Görbicz retires from the national team
Eszti Kiss

After Hungary’s defeat against the 1/8 finals of the IHF Women’s Handball World Championship against France (26-29), the captain of Hungary, Anita Görbicz announced that this was her last big international tournament with the national team. The 34-year-old playmaker has played in the Hungarian national team for 15 years – in this period, she played 232 matches and scored 1111 goals. She won a world championship silver (2003), a world championship bronze (2005) and two EHF EURO bronze medals (2004, 2012).

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  1. tmcorvette

    December 13, 2017 at 11:08

    International competitions will not be the same and will be less enjoyable without her. Handball fans will miss her a lot.

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Eszti Kiss

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