Handball Women's World Championship, first championship in the Netherlands.
The world championship of handball girls was held in Kumamoto today, and the world's 14th-ranked Netherlands competed 30-29 against Spain, the 15th-ranked world, and won the first championship.
24 countries including Japan participated in the World Championship for Handball Women, and the Netherlands, which is 14th in the world in the final, played against Spain, which is 15th in the world.
In the Netherlands, the first half turned back 16:13, but in the second half, it was driven up to the end of the game and was lined with 29:29.
The Netherlands then won the first victory by winning a 7-meter throw and competing 30 to 29.
The Netherlands now has the right to participate in next year's Tokyo Olympics.
Russia won the 33rd place match against Norway 33-28.
Japan finished this tournament in 10th place.