Handball World Championship Records Iceland put 55 goals in the Australian net in the 2003 championship. Here we have the Icelandic team from the 2013 tournament.
Handball is played on a court 40 by 20 metres (131 ft 2.80 in × 65 ft 7.40 in), with a goal in the centre of each end. The goals are surrounded by a near-semicircular area, called the zone or the crease, defined by a line six meters from the goal.
Goals 1938: Yngve Lamberg Hans Theilig: 6 1954: Otto Maychrzak: 16 1958: Mogens Olsen: 46 1961: Petre Ivănescu Zdeněk Rada: 24 1964: Hans (Ioan) Moser: 33 1967: Herbert Lübking: 38 1970: Vladimir Maksimov: 31 1974: Ștefan Birtalan: 43 1978: Jerzy Klempel Péter Kovács: 47 1982: Vasile Stîngă: 65 1986: Kang Jae-won: 67 1990: Roberto Julián Duranona Aleksandr Tuchkin: 55 1993: Marc Baumgartner
Ex-Serbian NT player, Mladen Bojinovic (36) set new record in number of goals from 7-meter in the history of the French handball... 343.
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Brest tied their record for the largest win in the DELO EHF Champions League, with a complete attacking performance, their best of the season. GROUP A Brest Bretagne Handball (FRA) vs HC Podravka Vegeta (CRO) 35:22 (17:9) it was the third consecutive loss for Podravka in the DELO EHF Champions League, leaving them in seventh place in the standings
The record for most handball goals scored in a single Olympic tournament belongs to Mikkel Hansen of Denmark. Hansen set the record in the 2020 Olympics held in Tokyo, with a whopping 61 goals en route to leading Denmark to an Olympic silver medal.
1:4 a) A rectangular goal shall be positioned at the middle of each goal line. It must consist of two upright posts equidistant from each corner and joined at the top by a horizontal crossbar. b) The goal posts shall extend vertically and the height shall be 2 metres from the sand surface to the underside of the crossbar, and