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Date: 12/5/2017

The hosts of the 23rd IHF Women’s World Championship have completed their list of 16 by adding left back Emily Bölk, who has recovered from a minor injury sustained during Germany’s preparation. The addition comes after Germany used their first of three player replacements to bring in Alicia Stolle in place of Kim Naidzinavicius.

Republic of Korea made their second of three player replacements, bringing in goalkeeper Jinhui Jeong for Boeun Gim, ahead of their clash with PR of China.

Vardar’s right back Andrea Klikovac, who has played 53 times for Montenegro, scoring 24 goals, has replaced Buducnost pivot Ema Ramusovic. This is coach Per Johansson’s first player replacement of Germany 2017.

Brazil coach Jorge Duenas has made his first replacement of Germany 2017, bringing in right back Deonise Fachinello for goalkeeper Gabriela Moreschi. The 34-year-old has played 166 times for her country and scored 372 times.

For all Germany 2017 squad information, click HERE.