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Date: 8/19/2018

Poland 2018: Positions 1-24 from Kielce
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Date: 8/19/2018

Poland 2018: Republic of Korea reclaim the same medal they won at the 2016 Youth World Championship, beating Sweden by a clear seven-goal margin in the 3/4 play-off.
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Date: 8/19/2018

Poland 2018: The 2018 IHF Women’s Youth (U18) World Championship All-star Team includes players from five nations.
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Date: 8/19/2018

Poland 2018: Russia beat Hungary by two goals in a high-quality final, thereby claiming the 2018 IHF Women’s Youth (U18) World Championship trophy and defending their 2016 title.
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Date: 8/19/2018

Poland 2018: Netherlands pivot ends with 64 goals to top the charts.
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Date: 8/19/2018

Poland 2018: Denmark play Germany for 5/6 place, while Spain take on Netherlands for 7/8 position in Kielce.
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Date: 8/19/2018

Poland 2018: Spain lose by seven against Dutch, Danes lose in shoot out.
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Date: 8/18/2018

Poland 2018: Hungary have the chance to win their first IHF Women’s Youth World Championship title, while Russia aim to reclaim the trophy won in 2016.
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Date: 8/18/2018

Jakarta, Indonesia the venue for continental multi-sport event.
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Date: 8/18/2018

Poland 2018: Four-goal loss for Spain, as penalty shots decide Denmark vs Netherlands.
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