Signell wins debut for head coach in 25-24 come-from-behind win over Redlands

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Kim Bo-eun throwing a shot

South Korea's women's handball team has qualified for its 11th consecutive Olympic Games with a come-from-behind win over South Korea in enemy territory.

The Korean women's handball team, coached by Henrik Signell (Sweden), defeated Japan 25-24 on Wednesday in Hiroshima, Japan, 카지노사이트  in the fourth and final match of the Asian Qualification for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

With the hard-fought victory over the Japanese, who had home court advantage, South Korea finished the qualifier atop the standings with four wins out of four and booked a direct ticket to the Olympic Games.

The five-nation pool tournament, which included Korea and Japan, as well as China, Kazakhstan, and India, was played as a pool tournament, with only the top-ranked team qualifying for the Olympic Games.

The winner of the match between Korea and Japan would advance to the main event.

Japan, who finished second with three wins and one loss, will make one last attempt to qualify for the Olympic Games in the final qualifier against other continental nations.

The Korean women's handball team, which holds the record for the most consecutive Olympic Games appearances for both men and women, extended its record to 11 with this event.

Eunju Shin

South Korea has qualified for the Olympic Games every year since Los Angeles 1984. With the exception of Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008, 온라인카지노 the team has advanced directly to the Olympic Games through the Asian Qualification Program.

Signell, who was appointed in April, was given a further boost to his leadership as South Korea booked their ticket to the Olympic Games in his debut.

With South Korea's offense stymied by saves from Japan goalkeeper Sakura Kametani and turnovers, Japan quickly jumped out to a 5-0 lead with back-to-back goals from Yuki Yoshidome and Kaho Nakayama.

The Koreans, who regrouped in the timeout called by Signell, began to pull away with a goal by Kim Bo-eun (Samcheok City Hall) with 5:40 left in the first half.

Ryu Eun-hee

South Korea tied the game for the first time, 13-13, with 26:50 left in the first half when Lee Im-kyung (Busan Facilities Corporation) hit a high, leaping shot from the right middle.

At 11:10 of the second half, Lee gave Korea its first lead, 19-18, with a shot over the defense wall from the front.

With the score tied, Shin Eun-joo (Incheon City Hall) scored at 27:10 of the second half to give Korea a 24-23 lead.

The ensuing Japanese attack was unsuccessful and Korea took the lead.

In the 29th minute of the second half, the pendulum swung firmly in Korea's favor when Ryu Eunhee (Gyori, Hungary) rattled the net.

The players celebrated by hugging Coach Signel as they realized they were headed to Paris.

Kim Bo-eun was the top scorer with six points, while Shin Eun-joo, Ryu Eun-hee, and Kang Kyung-min (Gwangju City Corporation) also contributed with four goals apiece.
Olympic Games Paris 2024 카지노사이트존 Women's Handball Asia Qualification Results

Korea 25(14-15 11-9)24 Japan