Women's EHF EURO 2004
Even though it was unknown at that date, the Women's EHF European Championship 2004 marked the beginning of a six-year-long winning streak at European level for the Norwegian women's national team.
In a final that was attended by more than 10,000 spectators, Norway beat the defending champions from Denmark 27:25. Hosts Hungary won bronze after a 29:25 victory against Russia. The Women's EHF EURO 2004 set a new spectator record with 124,800 people coming to the matches.
|1. Norway||5. Germany||9. Slovenia||13. Croatia|
|2. Denmark||6. Ukraine||10. Austria||14. Sweden|
|3. Hungary||7. Romania||11. France||15. Czech Republic|
|4. Russia||8. Spain||12. Serbia & Montenegro||16. Belarus|
|Goalkeeper||Karin Mortensen (DEN)|
|Left wing||Olena Radchenko (UKR)|
|Left back||Tanja Logvin (AUT)|
|Centre back||Gro Hammerseng (NOR)|
|Line player||Liudmila Bodnieva (RUS)|
|Right back||Grit Jurack (GER)|
|Right wing||Josephine Touray (DEN)|
|Top scorer||Bojana Radulovics (HUN/72 goals)|
|Best player||Gro Hammerseng (NOR)|