Holger Glandorf 22 August 2009
As of March 9, 2014
Holger Glandorf ( born March 30, 1983 in Osnabrück ) is a German handball player. He plays with the SG Flensburg -Handewitt first handball league in the right rear area. The left-hander is National player.
The one with a height of 1.97 m and a body weight of 88 kg in comparison to other handball players relatively light Glandorf played from 2001 at the HSG Nordhorn in the Bundesliga. With Nordhorn 2002 he became vice-champion, took part in the 2005 and 2008 Final Four of the DHB Cup and won the 2008 EHF Cup. On 14 February 2009, the TBV Lemgo announced the immediate obligation of Holger Glandorf. He changed after almost ten years in Nordhorn to the slippers after the HSG Nordhorn had announced to file for bankruptcy with the District Court Nordhorn on 16 February 2009. With Lemgo he won again in 2010 the EHF Cup. Since the season 2011/2012 Glandorf is at SG Flensburg- Handewitt under contract, with whom he won the 2012 European Cup Winners' Cup.
On January 4, 2003 Holger Glandorf was in Stuttgart in the match against Hungary made his international debut for the German national team. His biggest success is winning the World Cup 2007 in Germany dar. for this triumph, he was awarded the Silver Laurel Leaf. In the European Handball Championship 2008, he was the top scorer with 36 goals for the German team.
Glandorf is indeed in handball left-handed, but writes with his right hand. The trained Speditionskaufmann married in early 2008 his longtime girlfriend Christin in the old Town Hall in New House. The couple has two sons.
- German Vice Champion 2002, 2012 and 2013
- EHF Cup Winners' Cup in 2008 with the HSG Nordhorn and 2010 with the TBV Lemgo
- European Cup Winners Cup Winners 2012
- DHB Supercup winner 2013
- 2007 World Champion
- 4th place at the 2008 European Championship in Norway
- 5th place at the 2009 World Championships in Croatia