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Olympic qualification: Norway defeated by Montenegro, Hungary, and Russia with victories, Spain draw with Sweden

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Olympic qualification: Norway defeated by Montenegro, Hungary, and Russia with victories, Spain draw with Sweden

Olympic qualification tournaments

In Podgorica (MNE) Norway, Romania and Montenegro are fighting for the two Olympic spots. Huge surprise in the first game, where a tough Montenegrin defense stopped and disturbed totally the regning European champions, winning deserved the match.

Norway – Montenegro 23 – 28 (12 – 13)

Topscorers: Aune 4 (NOR) and Jaukovic 7 (MNE)

In Gyor, Hungary four teams are plaing for teh two qualifier spots: Russia, Servia, Kazakhstan and Hungary

Kazakhstan – Hungary 19 – 46 (8 – 20)

Topscorers: Alexandrova 5, Stepanova 4, Abilda 3 (KZH) and Lukacs 7, Klujber 6, Kiss 5 (HUN)

Russia – Serbia 29 – 24 (17 – 13 )

Topscorers: Vyakhireva 7, Managarova 6, Bobrovnikova 5 (RUS) and Pop-Lazic 5, Lavko 4, Trifunovic 4 (SRB)

In Spain three teams are playing the qualification tournament: Sweden, Argentina and Spain.

Spain – Sweden 28 – 28 (13 – 13)

Topscorers: Martin 7, Pena 6 (ESP) and Westberg 7, Roberts 4, Blohm 4 (SWE)

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