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March 2018 Doha, Qatar

All year round intensive training of schoolboys and -girls makes a great handball team and creates a strong bond between the teacher or coach and his students. Joining an ISF event is no short-term effort. Students live up to and experience the event intensively. Even long after the event, students share the good moments they had with the friends they made.

ISF Handball 2016

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2018 Handball World School Championship in Doha, Qatar

On November 15th, 2016 during the ANOC General Assembly in Doha, the ISF President, Mr Laurent Petrynka, and the Qatari Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, Mr. Rabea Al-Kaabi, signed the host country contract for the organisation of the 2018 Handball World Schools Championships,  in presence of the QOC President, Sheikh Joaan… View Article

President of the International Handball Federation at the ISF WSC Handball 2016

Tomorrow, we will know who have the honor of raising the trophy of the ISF World Schools Championship Handball 2016. On Tuesday, March 15th, one of the most influencing presidents among International Federations in sport, Dr. Hassan Moustafa, the President of the International Handball Federation (IHF) attended the ISFWSC Handball 2016 in Rouen. Invited by the ISF… View Article

Young media team makes you feel the vibes of ISFWSC Hanball 2016

While athletes are warming up, trainers setting up strategies, cookers preparing more than 1000 dishes, they are more than 50 young reporters all around who have the eye catching pictures with Canon materials, shooting films, making off, selecting, translating reporting information, editing a daily “gazette”. This work is supervised by passionate teachers who are mostly… View Article

Results of the draw for WSC2016 Handball

On 7th January,  in the City Hall of Rouen, the group draw for the World Schools Championship 2016 of Handball took place with the Rectrice (cf. Chief of Education) of Rouen’s Academy, Nicole Ménager who opened the ceremony. This was followed by a speech from Valerie Fourneyron, former Minister of sports and currently Deputy.  On… View Article