Horus, official mascot of 27th Handball World Cup Egypt 2021 - ET. CAIRO – 6 September 2020: The Supreme Organizing Committee for the Handball World Cup Egypt 2021 chose the ancient Egyptian god Horus, to be the official mascot for the 27th edition of the World Handball Championship scheduled to be held from January 13 to 31.
The mascot’s model of 27th Handball World Cup 2021 was broken into pieces, while it was inside a warehouse in 6th of October City, Egyptian reports said on Friday. Security services in Giza Governorate are carrying out investigations, to uncover those accused of destroying the mascot.
Presentation video of the official mascot "Horus" for the IHF Men's World Championship 2021 taking place in Egypt between January 13th-31st, 2021. Horus take...
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“We did a great effort in designing the tournament’s mascot to be in the shape that you will witness during the ceremony,” “The mascot resembles a mixture between the ancient Egyptian culture and heritage and the handball sport,” “The draw will be broadcasted live on the Egyptian TV channels as well as channels in Europe and the Americas.
Presentation video of the official mascot “Horus” for the IHF Men’s World Championship 2021 taking place in Egypt between January 13th-31st, 2021. Horus takes off around the skies of Egypt, zooms past the Pyramids of Giza, arrives at the New Capital stadium for the competition, then scores a goal!
The mascot, Horus, was presented at the draw ceremony held at the start of September, and now we look at the details of why this deity was chosen and the historical meaning that ties him to the World Championship. Competitors remind you to be better, faster, stronger. Horus is one of the most important ancient Egyptian deities.