- Petr David Josek / POOL / AFP Portugal's handball team goalkeeper Alfredo Quintana has been hospitalized after cardio-respiratory arrest in training on Monday, his club FC Porto has announced. “He was immediately assisted by an emergency medical team. Once his situation stabilized, he was transported and then admitted to Sao Joao
, goalkeeper of the Portuguese handball team, died on Friday at the age of 32, a victim of the cardiorespiratory arrest suffered last Monday, when he was training with his club, Porto. The goalkeeper, of Cuban origin, was one of Portugal's figures during the recent World Cup in Egypt, where he shone with his performances against Norway or France.
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LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Portugal handball goalkeeper Alfredo Quintana has died four days after a heart attack during practice, the Portuguese handball federation said on Friday. The federation said Quintana was stricken by cardiorespiratory arrest while training with his club, FC Porto, on Monday.
The Cuban goalkeeper of the Porto handball team, Alfredo Quintana, died today in Portugal, where he was admitted in a very serious condition after suffering a cardiorespiratory arrest on Monday. Quintana, born in Havana 32 years ago, suffered the stoppage during training and since then has been being ...
Portugal handball goalkeeper Alfredo Quintana has died four days after a heart attack during practice, the Portuguese handball federation said on Friday. The federation said Quintana was stricken by cardiorespiratory arrest while training with his club, FC Porto, on Monday. The 32-year-old Quintana made 67 appearances for Portugal.
Deeply saddened, the European Handball Federation joins in mourning of the passing of Alfredo Quintana. The FC Porto and Portugal national team goalkeeper died on Friday after suffering from cardiac arrest at training last Monday. He was 32. The international handball community is losing one its most beloved characters.
Team profile page of Portugal with squad, recent matches, team details and more ... Handball. Home. Bundesliga. EHF CL. ... Goalkeeper. Fabio Magalhães. 33.
Portugal has competed three times at the World Championship (1997, 2001 and 2003) and six times at the European Championship (1994, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2020). They qualified automatically for the final tournament of the World Championship in 2003 and of the inaugural edition European Championship in 1994 as the host team.
The organisation oversees the national teams that represent Portugal in the international handball competitions, as well as all the club competitions within the country. It also runs the derivate forms of the sport in Portugal, namely beach handball and adapted handball .