Denmark defeats France in the World Handball World Cup final and makes history with its third successive victory

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The Danish national team retained the World Handball Championship after defeating France in the third final in a row, this time with a score of 34-29 in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, on Sunday evening. For the Danes to win the title three times in a row, which is a precedent in history.

Denmark won the title World Handball Championshipby winning his third consecutive final, this time at the expense of France 34-29, in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, on Sunday, to become the first team in history to win three consecutive titles, after adding the 2023 title to the two it won in 2019 and 2021.

This was the eighth final match since 1993 for the French team, the 2021 Olympic champion in Tokyo, and it is the second final that it has lost so far after the first in 1993 against Russia.

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