USA Team Handball is excited to announce its partnership with sports equipment company Molten. The new partnership will begin immediately and continue through the end of 2021.
“As we grow our sport in the United States, it is crucial that we provide our athletes and clubs with the equipment they need in order to succeed. Molten allows us to do just that, and we are thrilled to have their support moving forward over the next few years,” said USA Team Handball CEO Barry Siff. “By supplying handballs to USA Team Handball and assisting and promoting the new club programs with product discounts and incentives, Molten is contributing in a huge way to the growth of our sport. I look forward to seeing Molten balls used at all of our events and competitions.”
Molten balls will be designated as the Official Handball of USA Team Handball and will be used at all events, camps and clinics hosted by USA Team Handball. Molten handballs will be recommended for use during league play, tournament play and training.
“We believe that Molten’s commitment to manufacturing the highest quality products will help enable athletes to achieve their highest potential,” said Molten USA President Melissa Dawson. “Molten USA is excited to partner with USA Team Handball and the opportunity to work together to grow the sport.”
Since 1958, the Molten Corporation has been providing the highest quality athletic balls to the most prestigious sporting events in the world. The Molten Corporation manufactures a wide range of athletic balls in several sport categories – including handball, volleyball, soccer, and basketball. In addition to being the official handball of USA Team Handball, Molten is also the official basketball of the NWBA and FIBA, the official volleyball of the NCAA Volleyball Championships, USA volleyball, and numerous state associations, collegiate conferences, collegiate programs, and junior sports programs.
For more information on Molten USA, Inc., please visit www.moltenusa.com.
About USA Team Handball:
USA Team Handball (USATH) is the U.S. National Governing Body for the Olympic discipline of Team Handball, and is responsible for the development of grassroots programs, preparation of national teams for international competition - including the Pan American and Olympic Games - as well as the day-to-day oversight of the sport of team handball in the United States. The mission of USATH is to develop, promote, educate and grow the sport of team handball at all levels domestically, and to enable U.S. athletes to achieve sustained competitive excellence to win medals in international and Olympic competition. USATH is a member of the International Handball Federation, the North American and Caribbean Handball Confederation, and the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee, and is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado.