Fiona Shannon won three World Handball Council 4-Wall Handball Women’s Open Singles Championships from 2003 to 2009 for Ireland, followed by Aisling Reilly who won twice in a row 2012 and 2015 and then Martina McMahon made it 6 in a row for Ireland in Minneapolis in 2018. The WHC World Handball Championships have been held since 1964 and continuously every three years since 1984 with Women first competing in 1986.
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Thanks to Jillian Glynn.
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