The C anadian T eam H andball F ederation (Handball Canada) is the official governing body of Handball in Canada as recognized by both Sport Canada and the International Handball Federation, the governing body of handball world wide. Founded in 1962, Handball Canada is a non-profit organization led by its elected volunteer Board of Directors and serves to support and grow the sport of handball across the country with a specific emphasis on player, coaching, and referee development.
Team Canada - Often referred to as the fastest team ball sport, handball features physical contact and end-to-end action with high jumps, powerful throws, and spectacular agility.
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The Canadian Team Handball Federation, CTHF, is the governing body of team handball in Canada. It was founded in 1962 and joined the International Handball Federation the same year. The CTHF is a member of the North America and the Caribbean Handball Confederation and the Commonwealth Handball Association. The CTHF is made up of the following voting member provinces: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. The CTHF sanctions three natio
The Canadian Men's National Handball Team is controlled by the Canadian Team Handball Federation. The Canadian Men's Team has historically consisted mainly of players from Alberta and Quebec, but has featured players from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ontario. The team participated in the 2005 World Men's Handball Championship as well as the 2011 Men's Junior World Handball Championship.
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The dominant provinces for team handball are Québec, Alberta and Manitoba. Canada has participated in the international team handball competition since 1967, when the senior men's team attended the World Championship. The best ever result for a Canadian national team was in 1981, when the junior women placed eighth.
On this specific page we will showcase the most popular version which is court / indoor handball. 30 million people play handball around the world. Teams of seven-a-side – six outfield players and a goalkeeper – play on indoor courts (40m by 20m) with the aim of moving the ball by hand between team-mates and hurling it into a goal similar ...
The Canada women's national handball team is the national team of Canada. It takes part in international handball competitions. It is governed by the Canadian Team Handball Federation . The team participated in the 1995 World Women's Handball Championship and in the 1997 World Women's Handball Championship.
TEAM HANDBALL LEAGUE. October - April. Our Winnipeg Team Handball League is our adult league that starts every October, has a break in December, then goes until April. There are no age restrictions so everyone is welcome as we have men's and women's divisions. Players consist of a wide range of skill levels, from those intersted in trying a new ...