The origins of handball are in Czech Handball (Czech Republic, 1905), Field Handball (Germany, 19th century) and Handbold (Denmark, 1898)
German Handball is all the same as handball in Norway, Spain, denmark and any other Europe country (Its mostly Europe who plays handball)
To slog in handball you must hit it when it is very close to the ground.
European Handball or also known as team handball, field handball, or Olympic handball Handball (also known as team handball, field handball, European handball, or Olympic handball) is a team sport where two teams of seven players each (six players and a goalkeeper) pass and bounce a ball trying to throw it in the goal of the opposing team. The game has a goal similar to but smaller than the one in association football, though as the name implies, the basic method of handling the ball involves the players' hands rather than their feet. The game has been played internationally since the 1920s.
What is the antonym of backhand
a standing backhand spring
when the ball comes on your backhand you would return it with your backhand. Don't always use your backhand though because as my coach told me. Backhand wins you points. Forehand wins you games and matches. Without a backhand you can't win though
It's where someone drops ya with they backhand
Backhand - comics - was created in 1987.
It is when you hit the shuttlecock with a racquet by using the backhand stroke
There ISN'T anything called a "backhand serve" in tennis.
Backhand - album - was created on 10-10-09.
3 parts of backhand and forehand stroke
The German word for handball is Handball.
Backhand shots in tennis and badminton are very similar. What you do to play a backhand shot is to bring the hand holding the racket across your body and play at the ball/shuttle from there.