Víctor Tomás and Luc Abalo, ambassadors of the European-24

The EHF has announced today two new international ambassadors of the European 2024 that will be played in January in Germany and will be join the German players Uwe Gensheimer, Stefan Kretzschmar (currently sports director of Fuchse Berlin), Emily Bölk and Johannes Bitterand what is it about the Spanish Victor Tomás, who spent his entire life at Barça, and the Frenchman Luc Abalo, who went through Ciudad Real and Atlético de Madrid.

Víctor Tomás, who has his shirt number hanging at the Palau, has worked at the Barça club since his retirement, although in recent months he has turned his professional facet around, and In addition to maintaining his collaboration as a commentator in Catalan on Esport3 television, he also works as a representative of handball players.

Luc Abalo won the EHF EURO three times with France, in 2006, 2010 and 2012, among the nine international gold medals lining your living room shelf. After playing for Ivry, Ciudad Real, Paris Saint-Germain and finishing his career in Japan, he now dedicates himself to clothing design.

Both were wingers and are 38 years old. With the selection of their respective countries, Abalo has an incomparable record, like Víctor with the Barça of which he was captain, and he won the Champions League three times, as well as the World Cup with Spain in 2013.

Recent Articles

Related News

Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here