Spain women's national goalball team

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

Paralympics[edit]

The team competed at the 1992 Summer Paralympics in Barcelona, where they finished eighth.[1] At the 1996 Summer Paralympics in Atlanta, Georgia, the team finished fourth.[1] The team competed at the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney, where they finished second.[1]

World championships[edit]

The 1994 World Championships were held in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The team was one of nine teams participating, and they finished seventh overall.[1] The 1998 World Championships were held in Madrid, Spain. The team was one of eleven teams participating, and they finished fifth overall.[1] The 2002 World Championships were held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The team was one of ten teams participating, and they finished sixth overall.[1]

European championships[edit]

The 2001 European Championships were held in Neerpelt, Belgium with six teams competing. The team finished fifth.[1] In 2005, the European Championships were held in Neerpelt, Belgium. With ten teams competing, the team finished fifth.[1] 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 fourth.[2] Munich, Germany hosted the 2009 European Championships with eleven teams taking part. The team finished the event in ninth place.[3] Six teams took part in the 2010 IBSA European Championships Goalball Women B tournament held in Eskişehir, Turkey in July. The team finished third.[4] The team competed at the 2013 European Championships in Turkey, where they finished seventh.[5]

IBSA World Games[edit]

The 2003 IBSA World Games were held in Quebec City, Canada with 10 teams competing. The first stage was pool play with 5 teams per pool and the top two teams in each pool advancing to the next round. The team made it out of the round robin round. Spain finished fourth overall.[6] The 2007 IBSA World Championships and Games were held in Brazil. The women's goalball competition included thirteen teams, including this one. The competition was a 2008 Summer Paralympics qualifying event.[7]

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
2003 IBSA World Championships and Games  Ukraine 7 August Quebec City, Canada 3 3 [6]
2003 IBSA World Championships and Games  China 7 August Quebec City, Canada 4 1  Spain [6]
2003 IBSA World Championships and Games  Algeria 7 August Quebec City, Canada 1 9  Spain [6]
2003 IBSA World Championships and Games  Brazil 7 August Quebec City, Canada 1 2  Brazil [6]
2003 IBSA World Championships and Games  Finland 10 August Quebec City, Canada 2 1  Finland [6]
2003 IBSA World Championships and Games  Japan 11 August Quebec City, Canada 0 3  Japan [6]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Ukraine 25 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 2 6  Spain [2]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Turkey 25 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 2 5  Spain [2]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Germany 26 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 1 3  Spain [2]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Great Britain 26 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 3 0  Spain [2]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Netherlands 27 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 3 4  Netherlands [2]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Denmark 27 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 0 4  Denmark [2]
2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Ukraine 28 April OHEP Koleji Spor Salonu, Anyalya, Turkey 1 3  Ukraine [2]
2007 IBSA World Championships and Games  Brazil 31 July Brazil 5 8  Spain [7]
2007 IBSA World Championships and Games  Japan 1 August Brazil 3 0  Japan [7]
2007 IBSA World Championships and Games  Australia 2 August Brazil 5 1  Spain [7]
2007 IBSA World Championships and Games  South Korea 3 August Brazil 0 10  Spain [7]
2007 IBSA World Championships and Games  Ukraine 4 August Brazil 3 2  Ukraine [7]
2007 IBSA World Championships and Games  Germany 5 August Brazil 3 0  Germany [7]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Great Britain 24 August Munich, Germany 2 7  Great Britain [3]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Israel 25 August Munich, Germany 1 6  Israel [3]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Turkey 25 August Munich, Germany 3 5  Spain [3]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Spain 26 August Munich, Germany 1 1 [3]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Finland 27 August Munich, Germany 7 1  Finland [3]
2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Ukraine 27 August Munich, Germany 3 1  Spain [3]
2010 IBSA European Championships Goalball Women B  Hungary 8 July Eskişehir, Turkey 2 5  Spain [4]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Germany 1–11 November Konya, Turkey 2 3  Spain [5]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Israel 1–11 November Konya, Turkey 3 4  Spain [5]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Denmark 1–11 November Konya, Turkey 3 7  Spain [5]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Turkey 1–11 November Konya, Turkey 2 8  Turkey [5]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Finland 7 November Konya, Turkey 9 3  Finland [5]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Germany 8 November Konya, Turkey 5 12  Germany [5]
2013 IBSA Goalball European Championships  Great Britain 8 November Konya, Turkey 2 1  Spain [5]

Goal scoring by competition[edit]

Player Goals Competition Notes Ref
Laura Belle 11 2007 IBSA World Championships and Games [7]
Laura Belle 9 2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships [3]
Eva Nuñez 6 2007 IBSA World Championships and Games [7]
Noelia Silva 5 2007 IBSA World Championships and Games [7]
María Carmen García 4 2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships [3]
Angeles Calderon 3 2007 IBSA World Championships and Games [7]
Ana Lancis 0 2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships [3]
Olga Polo 0 2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Final Ranking in Paralympic Games". Madrid, Spain: International Blind Sports Association. Retrieved 9 February 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h "2007 IBSA Goalball European Championships" (PDF). Madrid, Spain: International Blind Sports Association. Retrieved 14 February 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "2009 IBSA Goalball European Championships" (PDF). Madrid, Spain: International Blind Sports Association. Retrieved 17 February 2014. 
  4. ^ a b "Results 2010 IBSA European Championships Goalball Women B Turkey" (PDF). Madrid, Spain: International Blind Sports Association. Retrieved 17 February 2014. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h "GOALBALL EUROPAN CHAMPIONSHIP". Turkey: International Blind Sports Association Goalball Turkey. Archived from the original on 23 February 2014. Retrieved 13 February 2014. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g "IBSA World Games Brazil 2003 Results". Madrid, Spain: International Blind Sports Association. Retrieved 13 February 2014. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "IBSA World Games Brazil 2007 (Paralympic Qualifying tournament)". Madrid, Spain: International Blind Sports Association. Retrieved 9 February 2014.