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Gary Hines

Team Handball

College: Georgia Perimeter College
HSC Bad Neustadt
Left Back, Right Back, Left Wing
Atlanta, Georgia
Current Residence:
Bad Neustadt, Germany
USA Team Handball Career
2014: Pan American Championship, 6th place
2014: Pan American Nor.Ca Qualifier, 3rd place
2012: Pan American Nor.Ca Qualifier, 7th place
2011: Pan American Games
2011: Second Chance Pan Am Tournament, 1st place
2010: Pan American Games Qualifier
2007: Pan American Qualifications
2007: Second Chance Pan American Tournament
2006: Pan American Championships, 4th place
2004: Pan American Handball Tournament, 2nd place, Top Scorer
2004: Pan American Championships, 4th place
2003: Pan American Games, bronze medal
Individual Career
2014: Pan American Championship, Top 10 Scorer (7th)
2014: HSC Bad Neustadt 3 Liga, Top 20 Scorer
2014: HSC Bad Neustadt 3 Liga, 2nd place 
2013: HSC Bad Neustadt 3 Liga, Top 25 Scorer
2012: HSC Bad Neustadt 3 Liga, Top 25 Scorer
2011: HSC Bad Neustadt 3 Liga, Top 25 Scorer
2010: Bayernliga-DJK Waldbuttelbrunn, League Record 300 goals and 10.7 goals per game
2009: Bayernliga-DJK Waldbuttelbrunn, MVP, Top 15 Scorer
2009: 3 Nations Tournament, Timmendorfer Strand Germany
2008: Carolina Blue Cup, Top Scorer
2007: Chicago Inter Handball Tournament, Top Scorer
2005: North American Champions Cup, All-Tournament Team
2005: U.S. Club Nationals, 2nd place
2004: U.S. Club Nationals, 1st place, 1st Team, MVP, Top Scorer
2004: Itajai Handball Cup, 3rd place, All-Tournament Team, Top Scorer
2003: Team Handball Male Athlete of the Year

The Mabelton, Georgia native is one of the most profilic scorers in German handball. In the 2009/2010 season, he became the first ever player to score 300 goals in the 4th Division Bayernliga. He started playing handball for the Condor Handball Club which is based out of Atlanta, Georgia. He had a brief spell with Tolimar Tres de Mayo in the Spanish 2nd Division before he moved to DJK Waldbuettelbrunn where he set the scoring record. After two seasons with the club, he moved up a division to play with HSC Bad Neustadt. Hines has been a regular contributer for the Men's National Team and starred for the team in the 3 Nations Tournament against Ireland, Luxembourg, and 2nd Division German side Bad Schwartau. Participated in basketball and track and field in high school. Won State Championship in the high jump with a 6'10" clearance which remains a school record. Introduced to team handball at 14 at the Tony Matthews Boys & Girls Club. Made the USA Jr. National Team at 16 and Men's National Team at 18. Was Featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces In The Crowd" for Team handball in 2004. Received Hometown Hero award in March 2004 for his work in the community and accomplishments and being a leder to young people through the Boys & Girls Club. Credits much of his accomplishments in life to his foster family, Gayle & Allen Turner.

Social Media
YouTube: HangtimeHines
Instagram: @hangtime9