Didier Dinart was a French handball player who was born in Guadeloupe. He started his international career playing for the French national team in 1996 making him one of the most enduring handball players. Dinart is a double EHF Euro Champion (2008 & 2012), a double Olympic Gold medallist (2008 & 2012) and a Triple World Champion (2001, 2009, 2011).
Dinart announced his retirement from the sport in 2013 and just 2 weeks later was made the defence coach for the French team. This was a very quick transition, however it was a natural move. Dinart had always wanted to be a coach and already had passed all of the necessary coaching exams. Dinart is one of the best defensive handball players and is the most successful French handball player. He is now transferring his knowledge and helping other players to achieve their true potential. Didier Dinart Caribbean1st absolutely salutes you.
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