Cristina Neagu was voted the best handball player in the world second year in a row, the International Handball Federation announced.
The 29-year-old handball player has beaten Nora Mork from Norway, Nycke Groot from Netherlands, Isabelle Gullden, Sweden and Kari Grimsbo from Norway.
Cristina Neagu was also voted the best player in the European championships in Sweden last year and the third marker of the competition with 46 goals.
According to hotnews.ro Cristina said
I am overwhelmed. I was sure in 2015 that I will win the title, but I did not expect it this year. I had high hopes, because I was nominated, but this year I am really overwhelmed. I think I am the only handball player in the history of handball to ever win this trophy three times. I would like to thank everyone who voted for me, those who put faith in everything I do on the field.
Neagu has obtained 37,14 percent of votes beating Nora Mork from Norway. Neagu will return next season to CSM Bucharest after playing for ZRK Buducnost in Montenegro. She has managed to win Championships League with Buducnost.
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