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24th IHF Women’s World Championship 2019

The 2019 World Women’s Handball Championship, the 24th event hosted by the International Handball Federation, will be held in Japan from 30 November to 15 December 2019.

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24th IHF Women's World Championships, Japan - Day 6

Team Manager Anthony Keyes reports...
"On our rest day the Australian Team participated in a cultural exchange and school visit to Yamaga Elementary School where we taught the children some handball skills.

The team was also very honoured to meet the niece of one of the Japanese sailors who perished in the mini submarine raid on Sydney Harbour during World War 2 and [who] was given a full military burial by the Australian Government."
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24th IHF Womens World Championships, Japan - Day 6 

Team Manager Anthony Keyes reports...
On our rest day the Australian Team participated in a cultural exchange and school visit to Yamaga Elementary School where we taught the children some handball skills.

The team was also very honoured to meet the niece of one of the Japanese sailors who perished in the mini submarine raid on Sydney Harbour during World War 2 and [who] was given a full military burial by the Australian Government.
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