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Lois Abbingh (born 13 August 1992) is a Dutch female handballer who plays as a left back for Rostov-Don and the Dutch national team. In 2011, she was a key player of the Dutch team that reached the final of the Women's 19 European Championship, just to fell short against Denmark in a close battle to 27–29. Abbingh scored 65 goals in the tournament and won the top scorer's award.

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  • Lois Abbingh (born 13 August 1992) is a Dutch female handballer who plays as a left back for Rostov-Don and the Dutch national team. In 2011, she was a key player of the Dutch team that reached the final of the Women's 19 European Championship, just to fell short against Denmark in a close battle to 27–29. Abbingh scored 65 goals in the tournament and won the top scorer's award.
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  • Lois Abbingh (born 13 August 1992) is a Dutch female handballer who plays as a left back for Rostov-Don and the Dutch national team. In 2011, she was a key player of the Dutch team that reached the final of the Women's 19 European Championship, just to fell short against Denmark in a close battle to 27–29. Abbingh scored 65 goals in the tournament and won the top scorer's award. She represented the Netherlands in four World Women's Handball Championship (winning a silver in Denmark 2015, a bronze in Germany 2017, and winning gold in Japan 2019), in two European Women's Handball Championship (winning a silver in Sweden 2016) and one edition of the Olympic Games (finishing fourth in Rio 2016). At the World Championship in 2017 she became a member of the All-Star team (as the best Left Back of the competition) and she was among the top goalscorers, ranking second with her 58 goals scored.
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