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24.08.2012, 17:41
Kiel and Madrid compete at IHF Super Globe
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World club championship throws off Monday 27 August in Doha, Qatar
 

Kiel and Madrid compete at IHF Super Globe

The 2012 VELUX EHF Champions League finalists THW Kiel and Atletico Madrid will represent Europe at the IHF Super Globe, to be played in Doha, Qatar, from 27 August to 1 September.

The German side qualified directly as defending champions, the Spaniards made their way to Qatar by reaching the VELUX EHF Champions League final.

In Cologne at the VELUX EHF FINAL4 Kiel had the happy-end, winning 26:21, and in August 2011 Kiel were the winners in the IHF Super Globe final in Doha by beating Atletico Madrid (formerly Ciudad Real) 28:25.

For the third straight time after 2010 and 2011 Doha is the host of the IHF Super Globe – and like in the previous years eight teams from five continents will compete for the trophy in the Al-Gharaffa Arena.

THW Kiel will face Mudhar (Saudi-Arabia, Asian representative), Al-Sadd (Qatar, host) and the University of Sydney (Australia/Oceania representative) in the preliminary round. Atletico Madrid (Super Globe winner in 2007 and 2010) will compete with Al-Zamalek (Egypt/Africa), Metodista Sao Bernardo (Brazil/Pan America) and Al Jeish (Qatar, wildcard participant).

Kiel and Madrid are favourites again, though both Qatari clubs have strengthened their squads by “short-term transfers” from Europe. Due to the Super Globe regulations Madrid’s newcomer Ivano Balic is not eligible to play for his club, as the transfer was confirmed after the transfer deadline.

His coach Talant Dushebajew can continue his series of success at Doha, as he had won the trophy three times already (once as player with Santander), twice with Ciudad Real (as coach and player).

In total a prize money of 750.000 US Dollars is awarded to the three top teams, including 400.000 Dollars for the winner.

Previous IHF Super Globe winners:

1997, in Vienna, Austria: Teka Santander (Spain)
2002 in Doha, Qatar: Al-Sadd (Qatar)
2007 in Cairo, Egypt: Ciudad Real (Spain)
2010 in Doha, Qatar:  Ciudad Real (Spain)
2011 in Doha, Qatar: THW Kiel (Germany)

The groups:

Group A: Atletico Madrid, Al-Zamalek, Metodista Sao Bernardo, Al Jeish
Group B: THW Kiel, Mudhar, Al-Sadd, University of Sydney

The playing schedule:

Preliminary round:

27 August

13.00 Mudhar - Sydney University
15.00 Zamalek - Metodista Sao Bernardo
17.00 Atletico Madrid - El-Jaish
19.45 THW Kiel - Al-Sadd

28 August

14.00 Sydney University -  THW Kiel
16.00 Metodista Sao Bernardo - Atletico Madrid
18.00 Al-Sadd - Mudhar
20.00 El-Jaish - Zamalek

29 August

14.00 Atletico Madrid -  Zamalek
16.00 THW Kiel - Mudhar
18.00 Al-Sadd - Sydney University
20.00 El-Jaish  - Metodista Sao Bernardo

31 August:
14.30 Semifinal 1 (1A-2B)
16.30 Semifinal 2 (2A-1B)
18.30 Placement round 3A-4B
20.30 Placement round 4A-3B

1 September:
14.00 Placement match 7/8
16.00 Placement match 5/6
18.00 Bronze final
20.00 Final

The history of the IHF Super Globe

The sixth edition of the IHF Super Globe is the third straight time teams from all continents fight for the trophy in Doha, Qatar, since 2010. Aside, Qatar had been hosting the second edition in 2002, after the premiere was played 1997 in Vienna; the third IHF Super Globe took place 2007 in Cairo, Egypt.

The results of the previous IHF Super Globe tournaments:

1997 in Vienna, Austria:

Final ranking: 1. Teka Santander (Spain), 2. Drammen HK (Norway), 3. Doo San Kyung Wol Seoul (Korea), 4. Sparkasse Bruck (Austria), 5. Osakidenki Tokio (Japan), 6. Metodista Sao Paolo (Brazil), 7. MCA Algier (Algeria), 8. KAZM Marrakesch (Morocco)

Final: Santander – Drammen 30:29, ¾ match: Seoul – Bruck 33:27

2002 in Doha, Qatar:

Final ranking: 1. Al-Sadd (Qatar) 8 points, 2. SC Magdeburg (Germany) 6 points, 3. Metodista San Bernando (Brazil) 4 points, 4. FAP Cameroon (Camerron) 1 point, 5. Al Salmiya (Kuwait) 1 point

Al-Sadd won the decisive match in the round-robin system 35:32 against Magdeburg.

2007 in Cairo, Egypt:

Final ranking: 1. Ciudad Real (Spain) 8 points, 2. Al-Ahly Cairo (Egypt) 6 points, 3. Mouloudia Club Algier (Algeria) 4 points, 4. Metodista San Bernando (Brazil) 2 points, 5. Al-Qadsiya (Kuwait) 0 points

Ciudad real won the decisive match in the round-robin system 29:28 against Al-Ahly,  Talant Dushebajew won his second trophy with Ciudad Real after his first title in 1997 with Teka Santander.

2010 in Doha, Qatar:

Preliminary round,
Group A: Ciudad Real –(Spain)  Al Zamalek (Egypt) 28:22 (17:13), Ciudad Real – Unopar (Brazil) 40:19 (21:8), Al Zamalek – Unopar 31:29 (15:15),
Group B: Al-Sadd (Qatar) – Al Sad (Lebanon)  30:19 (15:10), Al-Sadd  - Southern Stars (Australia) 36:16 (16:8), Al-Sad – Southern Stars 32:19 (16:7)

Semi-finals: Ciudad Real – Al-Sad 41:18 (21:8), Al-Sadd – Al Zamalek 27:23 (13:12)

Placement match 5/6: Unopar – Southern Stars 31:16 (16:8), ¾ match: Al Zamalek – Al-Sad 33:22 (12:8), Final: Ciudad Real – Al-Sadd 30:25 (15:11) – as coach of Ciudad Real Dushebajew became record winner of the IHF Super Globe, taking his third title.

2011 in Doha, Qatar:

Preliminary round
Group A: THW Kiel (Germany)– Al-Sadd (Lebanon) 42:18 (22:8), Al-Rayyan (Qatar) – Pinheiros (Brazil) 29:29 (12:18), THW Kiel – Pinheiros 36:29 (21:14), Al-Sadd – Al-Rayyan 30:28 (14:14), Al-Sadd Pinheiros 29:27 (12:13), THW Kiel – Al-Rayyan 41:30 (19:15),
Group B: Ciudad Real (Spain) – Zamalek (Egypt) 33:25 (18:15), Al-Sadd (Qatar) – Southern Stars (Australia) 39:27 (19:9), Southern Stars – Ciudad Real 17:45 (8:21), Zamalek – Al-Sadd 37:37 (17:15) Zamalek – Southern Stars 41:23 (22:11), Ciudad Real – Al-Sadd 33:28 (15:14)

Placement matches:  7/8 Al-Rayyan – Southern Stars 36:21 (17:7), 5/6: Pinheiros – Al-Sadd (QAT) 39:36 (25:18), 3/4 final: Al-Sadd (Lebanon) – Zamalek 28:23 (13:10)

Final: THW Kiel – Ciudad Real 28:25 (10:14)


TEXT: Björn Pazen
 
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