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EHF Mobile Reporters

Following the successful start at the Women's EHF EURO 2014, the EHF Media and Communications Department has established another mobile reporting programme at its flagship national team event, the EHF EURO.

Two mobile reporters will work at each of the four venues alongside the designated EHF Journalist, providing news, features and behind-the-scenes for the 'mobile generation', with their main recording and filming device being their smartphone.

The eight young reporters come from all different backgrounds with many of them bringing already some considerable media experience to the EHF EURO.

Team Krakow

Mejdaline Mhiri

I’m Mejdaline from the biggest country in handball - France :-). I’m 26 years old and I’m a journalist working in different media. I’m really happy and excited to cover my first international competition as a mobile reporter for @EHFEURO and I'm in particular looking forward to this EURO in Poland. I will be your spy during all the entire competition in Krakow. #nicetomeetyou

Antoni Cichy

I'm Antoni, a 22-year-old sports journalist from Poland. Sport has always played an important role in my life. I have played football for a few years and also handball in a school team. I was the goalkeeper because no one was brave enough to stand between the posts :)

It's a pleasure for me to be a member of @EHFEURO Mobile Journalism team. I'm sure it's going to be e great event. I will cover the matches in Kracow where Polish national team plays.

Team Wroclaw

Giulio Gasparin

Xavi Vegas

Hey everyone! I'm Xavi Vegas from Barcelona. My special relationship with handball began when I was 5 years old in a small village called Sant Esteve Sesrovires. Then, 17 years later, I played in Spain and Norway, I'm a referee and a university coach. To talk about handball is always a challenge but... What a challenge! I will spend my first EHF experience in Poland, do you want to join me and and discover the depths of the best handball championship in the world!?

Team Gdansk

Rikke Fisker Knudsen

Annemiek Schouten

My name is Annemiek. I'm 31 years old and I live in Nibbixwoud, a little village north of Amsterdam. I have been playing handball since I was a little kid and the best result I achieved was winning the national cup.

Since 2009 I work for the Dutch Handball Federation. First at the office for national teams and since 2012 at the Marketing & Communications department.

Together with Rikke I will be your eyes for Group D in Gdansk where Denmark, Hungary, Russia and Montenegro will play. I hope it is going to be a fantastic tournament and that you enjoy our work!