VOLLEYBALL AND HANDBALL By Reuters
Norway’s beach handball team has been fined 1,500 euros (sh191,000) for being improperly dressed after the ladies wore shorts as a replacement of bikini bottoms at a European championship match in Bulgaria.
The European Handball Federation (EHF) talked about in a assertion that its disciplinary commission had handled “a case of unsightly clothing” in the bronze medal match against Spain.
It added that the shorts had been “no longer in accordance with the Athlete Uniform Laws outlined in the IHF Shoreline Handball Principles of the Recreation.”
The edifying, worked out at 150 euros per player, became criticised by the Norwegian federation while the nation’s sports activities minister Abid Raja talked about it became “entirely ridiculous” and attitudes desired to trade.
The Norwegian federation talked about on Twitter it became overjoyed with the ladies for standing up and announcing ample became ample.
“We at NHF stand in the succor of you and make stronger you. Collectively we are in a position to continue to strive against to trade the foundations for clothing, so that avid gamers can play in the dresses they’re overjoyed with,” it added.
Shoreline Handball’s principles stipulate that female avid gamers must save on tops and bikini bottoms. Men save on tank tops and shorts.
“Athletes’ uniforms and accessories make contributions to helping athletes raise their efficiency to boot to remain coherent with the sportive and enticing listing of the sport,” the uniform regulations add.
“Feminine athletes must save on bikini bottoms…with a discontinuance match and reduce on an upward angle in opposition to the give up of the leg.”