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Dinamo Volgograd Dynamo is the most successful team in the Russian Super League with nine titles, and in the 2001-02 season it set an absolute record winning all the matches. It has also been fairly successful in international competitions with three titles: the 1995 Challenge Cup and Champions Trophy and the 2008 EHF Cup. In 2000 it became the first Russian team to reach the Champions League's semifinals since the USSR's break-up.
Dinamo Volgograd Dinamo Volgograd () is a Russian women's handball club from Volgograd. Founded in 1972 as Burevestnik Volgograd, it represented Rotor Volgograd following the collapse of the Soviet Union and was subsequently named Aqva before taking its current name in 2003.
Anastasia Suslova Anastasia Suslova (born 11 October 1996) is a Russian handballer for Dinamo Volgograd and the Russian national team.
Yelena Avdekova Yelena Avdekova (; born 7 January 1989) is a Russian handball player for Dinamo Volgograd and the Russian national team.
Aleksandra Stepanova (handballer) Aleksandra Stepanova (born 21 June 1989) is a Russian handball player for Dinamo Volgograd and the Russian national team.
Kseniya Milova Kseniya Milova (born 6 January 1992) is a Russian handball player for Dinamo Volgograd and the Russian national team.
Anna Kochetova Anna Kochetova (born 1987) is a Russian handball player. She plays for the club HC Dinamo Volgograd and the Russian national team. At the 2009–10 EHF Women's Champions League Kochetova placed third on the list of top scorers.
Viborg HK However, in the 2010/2011 season, Viborg had to win with an excess of 9 goals against Dinamo Volgograd to advance from the mainround. They won with 7 goals, meaning that Viborg wouldn't be able to defend their EHF Women's Champions League title.
SD Itxako Itxako's first appearance in a European competition was the Women's EHF Cup 2003/04. They were defeated at the eight-finals by Győri Audi ETO KC. In 2008 they finished second in the Spanish league, tied in points with the winner Elda Prestigio. Also during that season Itxako reached the finals of the EHF Cup but lost the title to Russian club HC Dinamo Volgograd. 2009 brought the first title of the club when Itxako secured the first place at the Spanish league. The success was doubled when they won the EHF Cup against German club HC Leipzig.