Friday, 20 January 2012

Anita Görbicz and Handball Tickets

Anita Görbicz was born 13 May 1983 in Veszprém. Anita Görbicz is a Hungarian handballer playing for Győri Audi ETO KC and the Hungarian national team. Anita Görbicz was voted World Handball Player of the Year 2005 by the International Handball Federation.

Anita Görbicz started her career at Hungarian club Győri Audi ETO KC in 1993, aged 10. Anita Görbicz has become a key member of the team and her absence is considered a notable disadvantage. With Győr, Görbicz has won the Hungarian Championship and Cup several times. At European level, Anita Görbicz has reached the finals of the Cup Winners' Cup and EHF Cup. Győri ETO reached the final stage of the Champions League for the first time in 2009. Due to a knee injury a few days before the matches, Görbicz missed the finals where Győr lost against Danish champion Viborg HK. In spite of this, she ranked second in the tournament's top goalscorers list.

Görbicz participated in the 2003 World Championship where Hungary lost the final match against France. Anita Görbicz received a bronze medal at the 2004 European Championship. In Russia 2005 she won bronze with her team. Anita Görbicz has seen her performance with the national team officially recognized several times. She has been a member of the World Championship All-Star Team three times in a row: 2003, 2005 and 2007. Anita Görbicz was also among the tournament top goalscorers in 2005 (ranked third) and 2007 (ranked second).

Anita Görbicz was part of the Hungarian team at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, and again at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. In 2004 the Hungarian team placed fifth, after losing to the French team in the quarterfinals, and beating Brazil and Spain in the placement matches. At the 2008 Olympics Games Hungary placed fourth, after beating Romania in the quarterfinals and qualifying for the semifinals, losing to Russia in the semi, and then losing to South Korea in the bronze final. Görbicz scored 49 goals at the 2008 Olympics second only to Romania's Ramona Maier.

Handball is one of the thrilling, interesting and most challenging sports in Olympics. 2012 Olympic will see Olympic Handball event being contested from Saturday 28 July to Sunday 12 August at Handball Arena and Basketball Arena in London. Handball fans from all over the world will come to see this competition.  Handball Tickets are available at Sport Ticket Exchange for very reasonable price. You can easily get Olympic Handball Tickets from Sport Ticket Exchange. Sport Ticket Exchange is guaranteed, fast and secure source for buying Sport Tickets especially Olympic Tickets.

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