After 3 6 fits in Rosario, Argentina, the guys ’s and women’s beach handball champions of those 2019 South American Beach Games have been crowned — together using both gold medal matches moving to shootouts.

 

22 men’s and 14 women’s beach handball games featured over four match days in the ‘Red’ and ‘Green’ (Estadio Rojo, Estadio Verde) arenas on the north shore at La Florida, in the competition which started on Saturday 16 March and ended Tuesday 19 March before packed stands.

 

The Argentina women caused it to be just another gold within just half an hour because their senior team added the South American name for their Youth Olympic Games name won home sand in the capital city Buenos Aires in October.

 

Their team at Rosario saw a variety of kids encouraged from this Olympic-winning squad plus so they repeated it again, beating pre-tournament favourites — and neighbours — Brazil to select the title.

 

The success came following a tight shoot out triumph (7:6) which saw Argentina goalkeeper zo-e Turnes rescue the ultimate Brazilian opportunity to deny them a gold and grab it to get her team alternatively. Argentina had led going into the next group, but Brazil came back again to force the shoot out. Both finalists had taken a perfect record into their final match, with both won all their games without conceding a pair.

 

The bronze medal saw Paraguay — additionally with players from Buenos Aires 2018 in their positions — defeat Venezuela 2:0.

 

The end consequence of Argentina was historic for a variety of reasons as it had been their first gold South American Beach Games gold medal following silver in 2011 and 2014, and their first-ever triumph against Brazil, that included their first-ever set too as that they had never won one contrary to their neighbours in any official females ’s beach competition before.

 

But, directed by trainer Salvador Comparone and directed on the sand with pivot Gisella Bonomi, they prevailed at last. “The union of this collection identifies us as a team which gives us advantage,” said Argentina drama Ivana Eliges into the official Rosario 2019 website. &ldquoWe have pleasure and we all understand one another a lot on and off the sand — it is our temperament and helps us overcome every barrier that is presented to us, helping us to move forward and achieve our intentions.

 

In both men’therefore competition, Brazil continued their worldwide dominance, beating Uruguay 6:4 at the shoot out, even though following the first pair, with a 24:10 triumph under their belts, many watching thought it would not go all of the way.

 

But Uruguay, who hadn’t surrendered a set within their previous four matches, saw strength and won the next 16:10 — handing Brazil their original lost group after five games — but the present world champions found their strategy in the shoot out to shoot gold. From the bronze medal match, Venezuela be at Chile 2:0.

 

For all outcomes visi: suramericanos.gob.ar/resultados-en-vivo and for further information on the South American Beach Games, that can be continuing see their official website at suramericanos.gob.ar, Twitter, Insta-gram along with Face-book .

 

Finishes — Beach Hand Ball at the 2019 South American Beach Games

 

Saturday 16 March

 

Men’s Contest

PER Compared to COL 2 1 (18:20, 20:14, S O 8:6)

ECU vs VEN 1 2 (18:20, 23:20, S O 6:9)

 

Sunday 17 March

 

Men’s Contest

ARG vs CHI 0-2 (14:15, 18:20)

ARG Compared to PAR 2 1 (14:19, 20:12, S O 10:2)

CHI vs URU 0-2 (16:20, 10:18)

COL vs VEN 1 2 (14:12, 10:22, S O 4:10)

ECU vs BRA 0-2 (10:12, 16:24)

 

Women’s Contest

ARG vs CHI 2-0 (22:20, 18:4)

PER Compared to PAR 0-2 (2:18, 1:20)

COL vs VEN 1 2 (18:14, 10:15, S O 4:7)

ARG Compared to PER 2-0 (24:6, 16:6)

CHI Compared to PAR 1 2 (18:27, 13:11, S O 4:5)

 

Monday 18 March

 

Men’s Contest

PER vs BRA 0-2 (12:18, 10:30)

ECU vs COL 2-0 (18:14, 20:15)

ARG vs URU 0-2 (25:26, 22:26)

CHI Compared to PAR 2-0 (20:14, 17:14)

BRA vs VEN 2-0 (25:22, 20:16)

ECU vs PER 2-0 (21:10, 24:18)

 

Women’s Contest

ARG Compared to PAR 2-0 (13:12, 13:8)

CHI Compared to PER 2-0 (20:6, 10:4)

 

 

Men’s Contest

Semi-Final Inch: BRA vs CHI 2-0 (18:10, 33:18)

Semi-Final two: URU vs VEN 2-0 (20:16, 16:13)

 

7/8 Placement Match: PER Compared to PAR 0-2 (16:18, 14:25)

5/6 Placement Match: ARG Compared to ECU 2-0 (26:12, 19:18)

 

Gold Medal Match: BRA vs URU 2-1 (24:10, 10:16, S O 6:4)

 

Women’s Contest

Semi-Final Inch: BRA vs PAR 2-0 (20:12, 22:10)

Semi-Final two: ARG vs VEN 2-0 (19:12, 22:7)

 

5/6 Placement Match: CHI vs COL 2 1 (14:18, 14:8, S O 7:6)

Bronze Medal Match: PAR vs VEN 2-0 (14:11, 10:9)

Gold Medal Match: ARG vs BRA 2 1 (15:14, 13:16, S O 7:6)

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