George Alfieris represents Australia at men’s Beach Handball World Championships


Greek Australian athlete George Alfieris proudly represented Australia at the Men’s Beach Handball World Championships held from June 18 to June 23.

The Australian team secured their spot in the prestigious tournament by triumphing at the Oceania Championships earlier this year, earning the right to compete against the world’s top 16 nations.

Throughout the championship, Australia faced formidable opponents, including Denmark, Hungary, Oman, China, Uruguay, the United States, and Puerto Rico. The team managed to secure two wins, ultimately finishing in a respectable 14th place.

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George was selected for the promotion poster for Match Day 2.

The event concluded on Sunday, June 23 with Croatia clinching the gold medal in a thrilling final against Denmark.

Following the championships, George is set to embark on a summer beach handball season in Europe. He will join the Irish club Greens and the Greek club Beachboys 2012 for tournaments in Opuses, Croatia, and Preveza, Greece, respectively.

George is also currently in negotiations with a Cypriot club, highlighting his ongoing commitment to the sport and his international career.




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