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HCM Baia Mare HCM Baia Mare is a women's handball team based in Baia Mare, Maramureș, Romania. It competes in the 2015–16 EHF Women's Champions League season.
2014 Baia Mare Champions Trophy HCM Baia Mare won the title by defeating FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria in the final.
Adriana Nechita Adriana-Nicoleta Nechita (born 14 November 1983) is a Romanian handballer who plays for HCM Baia Mare and the Romanian national team.
2014 Baia Mare Champions Trophy The 2014 Baia Mare Champions Trophy was the first Baia Mare Champions Trophy. It was held in Baia Mare, Romania from 15 to 17 August as a pre-season international women's team handball tournament for clubs. Two-time EHF Champions League winner Krim and FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria appeared in the tournament, along with the hosts HCM Baia Mare and others.
Tone Tiselj Tiselj led Slovenia Men, Slovenia Women, Montenegro Women, Celje Pivovarna Laško, RK Gorenje Velenje, KIF Vejen, Budućnost, Krim Ljubljana or HCM Baia Mare most recently. He is one of the best coaches in Europe and the most successful Slovenian handball coach of all times.
Baia Mare Champions Trophy The Baia Mare Champions Trophy () is a pre-season international women's team handball tournament for clubs, held each year in Baia Mare, Romania. The competition is hosted by Liga Naţională club HCM Baia Mare and governed by the rules and regulations of the IHF. It is currently contested by six teams. The event, inaugurated in 2014, takes place around a week before the Bucharest Trophy.
Annamária Ilyés Born in Odorheiu Secuiesc in the Communist Romania into an ethnic Hungarian family, Ilyés began her career in her hometown club before moving to Universitatea Cluj-Napoca and later to HCM Baia Mare. She left Romania in 2003 and signed to the Hungarian championship to play for Váci NKSE. In 2005 Ilyés switched to Kiskunhalas NKSE and another two years later to Ferencvárosi TC, winning a league bronze with the latter one.