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08.06.2016, 12:05
Four players have the EHF EURO's fate in their hands
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NEWS REPORT: Sweden's Ida Oden, Norway's Emily Stang-Sando, Denmark's Line Jorgensen and Poland's Iwona Niedzwiedz will participate in the Women's EHF EURO 2016 Final Tournament Draw on 10 June
 

Four players have the EHF EURO's fate in their hands

At the final tournament draw for the Women's EHF EURO 2016 four players will play a very decisive role - even before the first matches have been played.

Ida Oden from Sweden, Emily Stang-Sando from Norway, Line Jorgensen from Denmark and Iwona Niedzwiedz from Poland will each draw from one pot respectively.

The draw will be streamed live on ehf-euro.com from 13:00 hrs local time.

First up on stage will be Norway's goalkeeper Emily Stang Sando who will draw the two remaining teams from Pot 1, Netherlands and Montenegro. It has already been decided by the tournaments hosts Sweden that the Swedish national team will play their preliminary round in Stockholm, while EHF EURO champions Norway will start in Helsingborg.

Emily Stang Sando has played 17 internationals for Norway to date. On a club level she plays for Team Esbjerg in Denmark.

The second player to enter the stage is Poland's left back Iwona Niedzwiedz who will draw the teams from Pot 4, Croatia, Czech Republic and Slovenia.

Poland have already been placed by the organisers in Group B which is played in Kristianstad.

The 36-year-old, who plays for MKS Lublin, is one of the most experienced current Polish national team players. She took to the court more than 180 times, scoring more than 500 goals along the way.

Champions and medallists for Pots 3 and 2

The teams of Pot 3 - Spain, Romania and Germany; Denmark have already been seeded in Malmö's Group C - will be drawn by Denmark's Line Jörgensen.

The right back comes fresh from her Women's EHF Champions League win with CSM Bucuresti at the EHF FINAL4 in Budapest.

She has played more than 130 times for Denmark and scored more than 330 goals for her team.

The last player on stage will then be Sweden's Ida Oden who draws the team of Pot 2: France, Hungary, Russia, Serbia.

Oden has a remarkable story to tell. After the EHF EURO 2014, at which she was instrumental to Sweden's third place finish, she stopped playing handball and gave birth to her son Arvid - and she also joined the coaching staff of her former club IK Sävehof.

However, what was thought to be the end of her professional career took a 180-degree turn earlier this year when she suddenly started training and playing again - and she is now aiming to be part of the team again at the EHF EURO 2016 on home ground.

The group overview for the EHF EURO 2016 ahead of the draw

Group A Group B Group C Group D
Stockholm Kristianstad Malmö Helsingborg
Sweden     Norway
       
    Denmark  
  Poland    

A full draw procedure is available for download.


TEXT: EHF / ts
 
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