Tihana Ambroš

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Tihana Ambroš (born 7 June 1980 in Vinkovci, Croatia) is a Croatian handball player [1] and a member of Croatia women's national handball team playing on pivot position.


Since 1999 Ambroš represents Croatia on World Women's Handball Championships and European Women's Handball Championships - last time on 2008 European Women's Handball Championship where Croatia won 6th place.

Ambroš' best results in EHF Women's Champions League are semi-finals (3rd place) in 2006 and quarter-finals (5th place) in 2009.


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