Russia women's national goalball team

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Russia women's national goalball team is the women's national team of Russia. It takes part in international goalball competitions.


European championships[edit]

The Turkish Blind Sports Federation hosted the 2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships in Anyalya, Turkey with 11 teams contesting the women's competition. The team finished last.[1] Munich, Germany hosted the 2009 European Championships with eleven teams taking part. The team finished the event in eighth place.[2] The team competed at the 2013 European Championships in Turkey, where they finished first.[3]

Competitive history[edit]

The table below contains individual game results for the team in international matches and competitions.

Year Event Opponent Date Venue Team Team Winner Ref
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Denmark 25 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 2 9  Denmark [1]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Finland 25 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 1 11  Finland [1]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Greece 26 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 2 10  Greece [1]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Sweden 26 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 11 1  Sweden [1]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Great Britain 27 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 7 3  Great Britain [1]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Turkey 27 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 11 8  Turkey [1]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Denmark 24 August Munich, Germany 13 3  Denmark [2]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Ukraine 25 August Munich, Germany 4 4 [2]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Greece 26 August Munich, Germany 1 2  Greece [2]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Sweden 26 August Munich, Germany 5 4  Russia [2]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Great Britain 28 August Munich, Germany 3 4  Great Britain [2]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Israel 28 August Munich, Germany 7 9  Israel [2]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Germany 29 August Munich, Germany 4 1  Germany [2]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Sweden 1–11 November Konya, Turkey 1 11  Russia [3]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Ukraine 1–11 November Konya, Turkey 2 9  Russia [3]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Great Britain 1–11 November Konya, Turkey 10 4  Russia [3]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Finland 1–11 November Konya, Turkey 5 5 [3]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Germany 1–11 November Konya, Turkey 3 1  Russia [3]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Israel 8 November Konya, Turkey 3 0  Russia [3]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Turkey 7 November Konya, Turkey 2 4  Russia [3]

Goal scoring by competition[edit]

Player Goals Competition Notes Ref
Natalia Kochurova 7 2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships [2]
Anna Shevchenko 4 2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships [2]
Ksenia Khristoforova 4 2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships [2]
Anna Dmitrieva 1 2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships" (PDF). Madrid, Spain: International Blind Sports Association. Retrieved 14 February 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships" (PDF). Madrid, Spain: International Blind Sports Association. Retrieved 17 February 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h "GOALBALL EUROPAN CHAMPIONSHIP". Turkey: International Blind Sports Association Goalball Turkey. Retrieved 13 February 2014.