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Date: 1/7/2011

More than 7000 handball fans from all over the world had cast their votes – and the result is clear in this fan voting: Luminita Dinu (born Hutupan) had the huge majority of all votes for the question “Who is the best female handball goalkeeper ever?” on the www.ihf.info website. Nearly 94 percent of all votes were for the Romanian, who became Silver medalist at the World Championships in Russia in 2005. Furthermore Dinu won the Women’s EHF Champions League three times. Nowadays she’s the goalkeepers coach of the successful Romanian national team, which just won the Bronze medal at the EHF EURO 2010.
Dinu was clearly leading ahead of Cecilie Leganger (Norway, 4,03%), Lene Rantala (Denmark, 1,36%) and Tanja Dshandsghva (Russia, 0,84 %).