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Finland is the first semifinalist after a thrilling victory over Slovakia. The Slovaks stole the hearts of the crowd, but couldn’t monetize their chances well enough: 8-6. First period Slovakia had a fantastic start: Viktoria Grossova scored in the first minute, and seconds later, Paulina Hudakova – who already scored 5+8 points this tournament – […]
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How to stop the Kauppi twins? Well… you can’t! At least, Poland couldn’t. It took less than three minutes for the twins to score the opening goal: Oona Kauppi assisted her sister Veera. Within fifteen minutes, Finland had already taken a 4-0 lead, but then the team lost it a bit. Poland took its chance […]
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All the facts of group A of the WFC2019 Neuchatel. Read – The 5 most successful countries in the Women WFC [Patron Only] Finland Current Ranking: 2Result Previous WFC: 2First WFC Appearance: 1997WFC Participations so far: 11Best Result: 1 (2001, 1999) Most points last edition Veera Kauppi 11+6=17 Nina Rantala 4+4=8 My Kippilä 2+5=7 Switzerland […]
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Veera and Oona Kauppi are perhaps the world’s most feared floorball twins. After playing in Finland for their whole lives, they made the transfer to the Swedish SSL powerhouse IKSU who were favorites to win the national title. The twins excelled in their first season abroad with a massive 91 points for Veera Kauppi in […]
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The WFC of 2019 starts soon and here at FloorballToday we are busy with the preparations. What does this mean? Contacting players for interviews, looking at all the facts and figures of past editions and taking a deep dive into the history of floorball. Note: there is no footage available from the first WFCs since […]
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When executed well, the slapshot is the fastest shot in floorball. Where do the speed and power come from? That’s what I’m gonna dive into today, helped by ice hockey and… physics! Fact: in 2011, the record for the hardest ice hockey shot was broken: Denis Kulyash (Russia) managed to shoot with a speed of […]