Episode 16: Daniel Gordo on Spain at EHF EURO 2022 and much more

In Episode 16 of „Handball in Numbers – The Handballytics Podcast“ former Olympian and EHF Master Coach Mark Hawkins and Julian Rux, founder and owner of Handballytics, are joined Meshkov Brest coach Dani Gordo.

They take a close look at Spain at the EHF EURO 2022, discussing their defence (including a tweet by Juan Andreu who suggested that Aleix Gomez might be the best defender of the tournament) and problems quantifying defence, their goalkeepers and their offence. Besides, we also took a short look at Denmark and Mathias Gidsel.

Hosts: Mark Hawkins & Julian Rux
Guest: Daniel Gordo
Intro: „Aggressive Synth Arp“ by Andrea Guerriero

Other content from Mark and Julian on EHF EURO 2022:
Twitch/YouTube Live Show with focus on Netherlands, Iceland and Germany vs. Norway
Digitalisation opens new era for handball (how handball has changed and continues to change through data)
In numbers: Look back at EHF EURO 2020 and ahead to 2022
A close look at Iceland’s success
The shot-stopping stars of the EHF EURO 2022 (introducing a new way to evaluate goalkeepers)
The impact and evolution of pace

Handball in Numbers - The Handballytics Podcast
Handball in Numbers – The Handballytics Podcast
Mark Hawkins & Julian Rux

"Handball in Numbers – The Handballytics Podcast" is a podcast about Advanced Statistics and Analytics in Handball

The following two tabs change content below.

Julian Rux

Founder and Owner | Gründer und Eigentümer

?? Julian is responsible for most of the content on this website. The Master of Science in Business Administration works – in addition to his main job as a controller – in a part-time job for the Handball Bundesliga (among other things as a columnist) and has also analysed data for Bundesliga clubs.

?? Julian ist für den Großteil des Inhalts dieser Website verantwortlich. Der Master of Science der Betriebswirtschaftslehre arbeitet – neben seinem Hauptjob als Controller – im Nebenjob für die Handball-Bundesliga (u.a. als Kolumnist) und hat auch für Bundesligisten Daten analysiert.

Schreibe einen Kommentar

Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht. Erforderliche Felder sind mit * markiert