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Tue, 14 Jan 2020 18:33 - Updated Tue, 14 Jan 2020 18:33

Handball: Helena Sousa plays for five months in France

Luanda - Angolan international handball player Helena Sousa is the new player of the French second division team of HBC Sant Amand, until May, on loan from 1º de Agosto.

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National handball team player, Helena Sousa

Photo: Walter dos Reis

The national and African team goalkeeper for the “military” club was in evidence at the World Championship, which took place in Japan in December, where she made her debut.

At 22-year old, Helena Sousa will have her first experience abroad.

She started practicing handball at the 1 de Agosto academy.

The goal keeper has been an African champion for the junior and senior national team and a senior world champion for 1º de Agosto club.

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