ShareTweetShareShareEmailComments There is no doubt who will be the first favorite to win the VELUX EHF Champions League next season after F.C Barcelona has signed two world-class star – Nikola Karabatic and Kiril Lazarov! Macedonian TOP scorer is coming from BM Atletico Madrid, where he spent last three seasons and played in the two EHF Champions League final. The most wanted trophy he will be able to win in Barca’s t-shirt, which he will wear in the next two seasons.Before Spain, Lazarov played for C.O Zagreb and MKB Veszprem at the international scene. In Macedonia he began to play in Ovce Pole. He also played for Borec and RK Pelister Bitola. Click to comment SC Magdeburg extend deals with Bezjak and Kristjansson Related Items:handball transfers, kiril lazarov f.c barcelona intersport, kiril lazarov transfer Recommended for you Meshkov Brest sign Vladimir Vranjes ShareTweetShareShareEmail HBC Nantes find replacement for Lazarov – young Serb Milan Milic Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsThree weeks before their annual super-match against Veszprém, Pick Szeged hosted last year’s bronze medalist Csurgó on Saturday. The guests strengthened their squad in the summer and were hoping to cause a major upset but instead they suffered a heavy defeat.The first five minutes produced the only real excitement in the match as goals came quickly from both sides and Szeged were unable to gain a serious lead (5th minute 3-2). This all changed when Szeged’s brilliant playmaker Mindegia scored five times in 14 minutes and the difference slowly began to grow. But the man of the match in this period was clearly Roland Mikler who showed incredible skills and his saving percentage was well over 40%. By the end of the first half Szeged had already decided the fate of the match and went to the locker room with a comfortable lead (Half-time 16-10).In the first minutes of the second half things went from bad to worse for the guests as it took only a little more than six minutes for Pick to reach a 10-goal difference (37th minute 21-11). The score then got stuck at 23-15 for seven minutes. Tatai made sure the guests couldn’t score but due to a long blackout in attack and several technical mistakes Pick players didn’t score either. Garcia Parrondo’s goal in the 50th minute (24-16) opened the final phase of the match. He was also the one who scored the best goal of the match after a fantastic assist from Mindegia. Vranjes’s goals concluded the match thus reaching the biggest difference.Pick Szeged-Csurgó 32:20 (16:10)Best scorers: Mindegia 5, Ilyés 4 / Szöllősi 5Text: Péter ButtyPhoto: www.delmagyar.hu hartza0 6. October 2013. at 21:34 3 Comments Recommended for you hartza0 7. October 2013. at 22:25 3 Comments Huge metal fan 7. October 2013. at 11:43 Voice from Hungary: Match of the year, we want to win World Championship! Related Items:Csurgoi KK, handball, Hungary, Pick Szeged Veszprem is still stronger and the Szeged’s play is still..hm.. at least fragile. Anyways Szeged has really great team members. Huge metal fan…….I agree, I know, but dreaming is free and the road was marked during the game on Saturday …… we just have to follow it and the result will arrive. Spain choose Norway for the 1/4 final, Hungary on France Congratulations Niko, you are really great and I think you can be the playmaker that Pastor needs to get a great handball with Pick Szeged. You can be the heart of Pick szeged………..This match can be the first step to go to the right way and dream with a good match versus Veszprem in three weeks. ShareTweetShareShareEmail EGYPT 2021: The best ever placement for Argentina, Hungarian TOP result in 24 years! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
2 Comments 4. SG Flensburg-Handewitt5302149:132(17)6 3. THW Kiel6402180:157(23)8 4. HC Prvo plinarsko drustvo …6303152:154(-2)6 2. MVM Veszprém6411165:152(13)9 UNSTOPPABLE! PSG HANDBALL 21/21 in France! ShareTweetShareShareEmail Raul Gonzalez extends his adventure at Paris Saint-Germain until June 2023! 1. Paris Saint-Germain Handba…6501196:173(23)10 ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsPSG Handball beat MVM Veszprem 29:27 (16:12) in derby match of VELUX EHF Champions League Round 6. The French champions outplayed one of the biggest rivals on the road to Cologne 2016 with, once again, outstanding shooting performance od the Danish strongman, Mikkel Hansen. Powerful left back netted 11 goals, continued his amazing series this season and made a lot of joy to 4.800 fans in Paris.Aron Palmarsson was in the best shooting mood among the guys of Xavi Sabate. Icelander netted seven times, one more than Momir Ilic, but that wasn’t enough to take two points in the biggest away challenge in the first part of the season.This is the first defeat for Veszprem, while PSG Handball overtook the pole position in the Group A.STANDINGS: Related Items:MVM Veszprem, PSG Handball, Velux EHF Champions League Recommended for you 7. RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko6105157:170(-13)2 6. Orlen Wisla Plock5113127:147(-20)3 2 Comments 7. Besiktas Jimnastik Kulubu6105157:198(-41)2 Pingback: “NOBODY” IS NOW HERO: Barachet decides derby against Veszprem | Handball Planet PSG Handball suffered first defeat in domestic Championship 2020/2021 Pingback: HAMMER: Mikkel Hansen “DING-DONG” against Mirko Alilović | Handball Planet Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Dumpstaphunk pulled out all the stops at the Brooklyn Bowl last weekend, playing two funky shows at the beloved Brooklyn, NY venue. On Saturday, April 4th, the band brought out the Steel Town Horns, Natalie Cressman, and Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, playing a cover of the Trey Anastasio Band original, “Money, Love, and Change.” Brandon “Taz” Niederauer starts to really shred about 6 minutes into the video.Check out the footage below, courtesy of Youtube user Tom Pragliola:
WTNH ABC8 New Haven – New Haven, Conn. (WTNH) – A senior at Yale University has died in what the university says appears to be a lab accident involving a piece of equipment.
The following individuals were arrested by Port Neches Police between July 20 and 26:Holly Pritchard, 35, possession of a controlled substance and other agency warrant(s)Cody Badon, 40, other agency warrant(s)Port Neches Police responded to the following calls between July 20 and 26:July 20Officer investigated a report of theft in the 2200 block of 8th St.Officer investigated a report of assault in the 1100 block of Washington.July 21Officer investigated a report of criminal mischief in the 700 block of Montgomery.Officer investigated a report of assault in the 800 block of Ridgewood.Officer investigated a report of fraud in the 300 block of Twin City Hwy.Officer investigated a report of theft, burglary of a habitation and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in the 800 block of Ridgewood.Officer investigated a report of assault in the 800 block of Ridgewood and in the 2100 block of Merriman. July 25Officer investigated a report of assault in the 200 block of E. Port Neches Ave.Officer investigated a report of assault in the 1400 block of Merriman.July 26No reports July 22No reportsJuly 23 Officer arrested a subject for other agency warrant(s) in the 600 block of Ave. C.Officer investigated a report of criminal mischief in the 1800 block of Live Oak.Officer investigated a report of criminal mischief in the 2300 block of 1st St.Officer arrested a subject for possession of controlled substance(s) and other agency warrant(s) in the 700 block of Magnolia.July 24Officer investigated a report of assault in the 900 block of Montrose.
The 782nd Training Group has four squadrons, three detachments and two operating locations that support training for Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps military, civilians and foreign students. Three squadrons conduct the technical training of 13,300 students annually. Training in six career field families includes: telecommunications, aircraft systems, avionics, civil engineer, fuels and vehicle operations. The fourth squadron is a training support squadron at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, which provides Combat Camera, video production and interactive multimedia instruction to Air Force and DOD customers around the world. The director of training and education, training operations and training evaluations provide additional technical and administrative support to the group.364TH TRAINING SQUADRONThe Air Force’s most diverse training squadron.Develops and conducts operational training in aircraft systems electrical and envi- ronmental, hydraulics, POL fuels and telecommunications career fields.Trains more than 3,700 U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine personnel and international military and civilian Depart- ment of Defense students annually.Responsible for 24 resident training teams, three mobile teams and one Operating Location at Fort Lee, Virginia.Develops and manages eight Career Development Courses.365TH TRAINING SQUADRONAir Force Center of Excellence for avionics training.Develops and conducts technical and military training in 11 avionics specialties.Trains more than 1,618 military, Defense Department civilian and international students annually.Responsible for 14 resident and 17 nonresident Career Development Courses.366TH TRAINING SQUADRONDevelops and conducts technical and military training for more than 8,000 Air Force and international military and Defense Department civilian personnel annually in 86 civil engineer and vehicle operator res- ident courses.Maintains 13 mobile training teams and 36 career development courses executed worldwide.Manages more than $170 million in equipment and facilities.Responsible for training at the Navy’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, the Naval Construction Training Center at Gulfport, Mississippi, and Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.Two operating locations and more than 330 military and civilian personnel assigned.368TH TRAINING SQUADRONDevelops and conducts technical and military training for more than 2,800 Air Force, Army, Navy and Marines in four specialties including pavements and equipment, engineering, emergency management and ground transportation.Manages $7.5 million in vehicles and heavy equipment.Provides instruction for nine apprentice, four supplemental and three mobile training team courses.Based at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
Fleet & Family Support Center, San Diego (FFSC) welcomes all military members and their families to San Diego. FFSC is located in multiple sites on and off base to serve you, including: Naval Base San Diego, Naval Base Coronado and Naval Base Point Loma, and in the Navy housing areas of the Village at Serra Mesa, Bayview Hills and Gateway Village.FFSCs operate at each base and in three military housing areas as well as in East County to provide information and referral services, education and training classes, personal financial management, employment assistance for family and transitioning service members, deployment support, ombudsman support and counseling for retired and active-duty Sailors and family members. All FFSC programs and services are free and confidential.FFSC staff members are selected and trained for their expertise in the programs in which they work. Counselors who provide individual, marital and family counseling and family advocacy services are licensed social workers, marriage and family therapists, and psychologists with the same professional training and credentials as TRICARE and local community mental health counselors. They also have specialized training and experience to assist Sailors and family members in meeting the unique challenges of military life.FFSC educational and training programs are focused on resource awareness and life skills education (couples communication, relationship skills, parenting skills, stress management), with an emphasis on helping military personnel and their families.FLEET & FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER PROGRAMSThe following are some of FFSC’s most utilized programs.Personal Financial Management (PFM) stresses proactive, long-range financial education and training aimed at preventing financial crisis and ensuring financial success. It is imperative that we teach Sailors financial responsibility at every stage of their careers. Establishing a life cycle approach for Sailors and families will form a continuum from recruitment through retirement. This preventative and educational approach to PFM allows Sailors to focus on mission needs and will ultimately increase retention and readiness for our Navy.The Deployment Support Program is designed to help service members and their families successfully manage the challenges of all phases of a deployment. From pre-deployment planning to mid-deployment support and homecoming information about effectively reintegrating as a family, FFSC is here to help. Understanding that each deployment is different, FFSC believes that by helping service members and their families to better anticipate and understand the physical and emotional demands associated with deployment, the families have a more realistic expectation. Before a deployment, the FFSC provides Sailors and their families with information and education to help them anticipate and deal with the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the family during the weeks before the impending deployment. During deployment, FFSC offers services to support family needs. Individual Augmentees (IAs) and their families have access to a wide range of support for every stage of their deployment cycle as well through the FFSC.Individual and Family Counseling provides short-term private and confidential counseling services for individuals, children, couples and families. Counselors are available to help with:• Adjusting to military life• Relationship challengesDivorceBlended familyInfidelityDeployment reintegrationNew marriage and family• Grief and loss• Communication and conflict resolution• Couples communication• Parenting skills• Anger management• Other personal issuesCall 866-923-6478 to schedule an appointment. Often, just knowing that an experienced professional is listening to you provides a feeling of great relief. This can lead to productive problem-solving and effective relationships.The Family Advocacy Program addresses the prevention, identification, intervention, follow-up and reporting of child abuse and domestic violence. Licensed professionals provide assessment and intervention services. A variety of prevention and education classes are available to active-duty members and their families.Family Employment Readiness Program: The Navy recognizes that frequent relocations associated with the military lifestyle create career challenges for military spouses. The Family Employment Readiness Program addresses those challenges in basic workshops, career planning, resume writing, interview techniques, federal employment information, self-assessments, goal setting and vocational tests. Resources available include libraries, computer job search assistance, and available job listings locally and nationwide. The Family Employment Readiness Program also provides employment support and educational referrals for military family members as they relocate due to reassignment.The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR) provides a comprehensive, standardized and victim-sensitive system to prevent and respond to sexual assault. The key components of SAPR are sexual assault awareness and prevention education, victim advocacy and data collection.Transition Assistance Management Program (TAMP): Changing careers is a stressful undertaking, perhaps even more so for those leaving military service after many years. TAMP offers a full-service approach to effectively manage career change and discover all employment opportunities.Relocation Assistance Program: One constant in the life of the military member and their family is change. FFSC offers information on the moving process, entitlements and new duty stations, as well as tips for success. Additionally, welcome-aboard packages and other information is available to military members and their families who are new to the area. From access to basic household items via our lending locker to individual consultations and workshops, the FFSC supports every aspect of the relocation process.Retired Activities Office: The purpose of this program is to support and enrich the lives of retired military personnel and their families. The Retired Activities Office, which is staffed by volunteers, provides the link between retirees, local military communities and other government agencies that provide assistance to retirees and their families.ONE CALL SERVES ALL!For clinical counseling, relocation assistance, resume assistance and financial consultation appointments at a Navy Region Southwest Fleet & Family Support Center, call the Centralized Scheduling Center at the 24-hour, toll-free number 866-923-6478. You can also view schedules for most classes and workshops online at https://sandiego.navylifesw.com/events.FFSC SUPPORT IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOODIn addition to workshops and services available on base and in military family housing community centers, San Diego has added the Family Readiness Express (FRE). This RV-style vehicle brings Fleet & Family Support to military family housing areas in San Diego County, including locations miles away from Navy installations. The FRE is a traveling resource and referral vehicle that visits military housing areas and special events — stop by if you see us in your neighborhood.
Andy Karl Pretty Woman: The Musical has reached Broadway hit status. The new tuner based on the smash 1990 film has been moving and delighting audiences at the Nederlander Theatre since performances began in July. The show’s stars, Samantha Barks, Andy Karl and Orfeh, paid a visit to The View on January 25 to lend their vocal prowess to a pair of songs from Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance’s original score. Watch the talented trio with the musical’s full company singing the lively numbers “You’re Beautiful” and “Rodeo Drive” below and make plans now to see their performances live on Broadway. View Comments Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 18, 2019 Andy Karl & Samantha Barks(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser for Broadway.com) Pretty Woman: The Musical Orfeh Star Files Samantha Barks
Tuition, administration-faculty relations and sports programming have been hot issues at JCCC in recent months.Earlier this month, we asked our readers to submit suggestions for questions they’d like to hear the candidates running for seats on the Johnson County Community College Board of Trustees address.Based on the (ample) input we received, we’ve developed the five-item questionnaire below and sent it out to the candidates competing in this August’s primary.We’ll be running the candidates’ responses to these items starting Monday, July 15.Question 1In December 2018, the Board of Trustees voted to increase the per credit hour rate for tuition by $1 per credit hour, raising the total cost of tuition and fees for Johnson County residents from $93/credit hour to $94/credit hour. The increase came after three years of no tuition increases. Do you support or oppose the $1 per credit hour tuition increase? Why or why not?Question 2There has been a good deal of animosity between the administration and the faculty in recent years. What steps could the board be taking to address this issue and reestablish more positive relations?Question 3JCCC has dozens of advisory committees for its various academic and technical education programs. Have you been involved in these committees in the past and how would you use these advisory committees if you are elected?Question 4The elimination of the track, tennis and cross country programs has generated a good deal of push back from some members of the community. What’s your vision for the future of athletics at JCCC? Would you support having those programs reinstated?Question 5What’s your primary motivation for running for the JCCC Board of Trustees?