Women's EHF EURO 2016

We take you back to the Women’s EHF EURO 2016 in Sweden, where Norway won their seventh European title. How well do you remember this tournament? Take the quiz and find out!

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After their 30:30 draw both Serbia and Sweden took three points with them to the main round. How many points did each team earn in the main round?

0 is the correct answer: Serbia and hosts Sweden both lost all their main round matches.

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Which French player said: “I watched this goal 10, 15 times last night” about her buzzer-beater against Spain (23:22)?
Allison Pineau is the correct answer: the French centre back was top scorer of this match with nine goals, including the last one into an empty net.
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Denmark lost the semi-final against Netherlands and the third-place match against France. When did three-time champions Denmark last won an EHF EURO medal?

2004 is the correct answer: Denmark won silver in 2004, losing the final against Norway.

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Why did the semi-final between Norway and France made it into the EHF EURO record books?

Fewest goals is the correct answer: Norway beat France 20:16 and the 36 goals in total were one less than the previous record of 37, from the 2014 semi-final between Spain and Montenegro (19:18).

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In a thrilling final, Norway defeated Netherlands 30:29. In which other major final did these teams play each other?

World Championship 2015 is the correct answer: Norway won that final 31:23. The teams also met in the bronze-medal match at the Olympic Games 2016, with Norway winning 36:26. They did not meet at the EHF EURO 2014.

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In the final history repeated itself for Netherlands coach Helle Thomsen. Why?

Lost another crucial EHF EURO match vs Norway is the correct answer: in 2014, Thomsen was coach of Sweden when they lost to Norway in the EHF EURO semi-final.

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Who scored 12 times in the final and became the EHF EURO 2016 top scorer?

Nora Mørk is the correct answer: she finished the tournament on 53 goals, ahead of Stine Jörgensen (47) and Cristina Neagu (46).

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