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  • Sagosen leads Norway to win over France – Danes beat Poland in thriller

    first_imgRecommended for you EGYPT 2021: Marzo and Sagosen lead TOP scorers’ list Sander Sagosen is HP World Handball Player 2020 powered by NBSC ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsDay 2 of Golden League was more interesting that the opening one. In the replay of the World Championship 2017 final, Norway beat France 30:26 led by outstanding playmaker Sander Sagosen who netted eight goals.Poland gave a good resistance to Denmark, after starting bad performance against France.Denmark – Poland 26-25 (11-8)Denmark: Hans Lindberg 12, Mads Mensah Larsen 3, Henrik Møllgaard Jensen 3, Michael Damgaard 2, Simon Hald 2, Peter Balling 2, Magnus Landin Jacobsen 1, Anders Zachariassen 1Poland: Arkadiusz Moryto 4, Przemysław Krajewski 3, Michał Daszek 3, Paweł Paczkowski 3, Antoni Łangowski 2, Kamil Syprzak 2, Michał Potoczny 2, Tomasz Gebala 2, Patryk Walczak 1, Maciej Gebala 1, Rafał Przybylski 1, Piotr Chrapkowski 1Norway – France 30-26 (13-10)Norway: Sander Sagosen 8, Magnus Jøndal 5, Kristian Bjørnsen 4, Magnus Rød 4, Gøran Søgaard Johannesen 4, Christian O’Sullivan 2, Eivind Tangen 2, Magnus Gullerud 1France: Nikola Karabatic 6, Michael Guigou 6, Valentin Porte 4, Nedim Remili 3, Dika Mem 3, Kentin Mahe 3, Adrien Dipanda 1Source: hbold.dk Related Items:golden league handball, Sander Sagosen ShareTweetShareShareEmail Click to comment WORLD HANDBALL LEFT BACK 2020? 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.last_img read more

  • Experts adding to psychology articles on Wikipedia

    first_imgNewsWorks:Wikipedia is the encyclopedia anybody can edit–but have you?That’s the challenge the Association for Psychological Science is posing to its members. Wikipedia is home to more than 6000 articles related to psychology, but experts say many are written by lay people, and the quality is spotty.Read the whole story: NewsWorks More of our Members in the Media >last_img

  • Amazon books space at MEPC’s Patriot Court

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  • CSR Zhuzhou signs Macedonian multiple-unit contract

    first_imgMACEDONIA: A contract for CSR Zhuzhou to supply four diesel and two electric multiple-units to national operator MZ Transport was signed in Skopje on June 24. Chinese rolling stock group CSR said the contract was its first to supply passenger rolling stock in Europe.Deliveries are scheduled to begin in July 2015. The 140 km/h low-floor articulated units will be tailored to local requirements, including TSI compliance. They will have a capacity of around 200 passengers, including persons of reduced mobility, and will feature air-conditioning and vacuum toilets.What the Ministry of Transport says is the first order for passenger stock for 35 years is being funded using €25m from a €50m loan which the European Bank for Reconstruction & Development has agreed to support network modernisation. This loan has also funded a €13·2m contract for ŽOS Trnava to supply 150 wagons from October, and €10m has been allocated for refurbishing existing rolling stock.last_img read more

  • Strong Galway Connection To 2017 Sigerson Cup Final Weekend

    first_img Forward 60 seconds Strong Galway Connection To 2017 Sigerson Cup Final Weekend Galway Bay FM Sport Strong Galway Connection To 2017 Sigerson Cup Final Weekend 更多 Galway Bay FM Sport Currently Playing In The Trench Cup Marino face Waterford IT in their Semi-Final at 3.30. The Marino Team features Maigh Cuilin’s Deasun O’Conaghaile and Fiach ó Béarra from Michael Breathnach.And on Saturday at 12 noon. GTI take on Carlow IE in the final of the Corn Comhairle Ardoideachais.Provincial Games Manager John Tobin has been speaking to John Mulligan about the Galway connection this weekend.Audio Playerhttps://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/sports.podcast/JOHN+TOBIN+SIGERSON.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. There is a strong Galway Connection to this year’s Sigerson Cup weekend at the Connacht Centre of Excellence. In The Sigerson Cup, Corofin’s Conor Cunningham part of the UCD team who are playing UL in their semi-final at 4pm. The UCD manager is Kilkerrin/Clonberne’s John Divilly. Strong Galway Connection To 2017 Sigerson Cup Final Weekend Back 15 seconds Back 15 seconds Galway Bay FM Sport Forward 60 seconds GMIT Letterfrack gets the weekend underway when they play the Royal College of Surgeons in Corn MacLeinn Semi-Final at 12 noon and print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

  • Ticket Details Announced For Connacht Senior Football Final

    first_imgThe Senior decider between defending champions Roscommon and Galway throws in at 4pm.Also on the day the Mayo teams, who captured the Connacht Senior Football Championships in 1992 & 1993 will be the guests of honour. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The U20 final throws in at 1pm, this will feature the winners of Mayo/Leitrim and Galway/Roscommon who play in their respective semi-finals this Saturday 9th June 2018. 29 April 2008; The Connacht Senior Football Championship trophy at the launch of the GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship 2008. Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: Brendan Moran / SPORTSFILE Match tickets for the event will go on sale from Thursday 7th June, from all usual outlets, see below.The various prices for the match tickets are as follows,Covered Stand Seating (Reserved)  €35 entry via the Golf Links Road only(Full price only, no Juvenile Stand Tickets)Uncovered Seating €25 entry via the Golf Links Road onlyTerrace €20 entry via the Athlone Road onlyJuveniles (U-16)  €5 (Uncovered seating & Terrace only)Students & OAP’s Full price must be paid.Group Tickets* €30 (10 x juvenile & 1 Adult)Refunds of €5 will be paid to OAP’s & Students, (with current ID cards) Sideline seating & Terrace tickets at Designated Refund booths  (Athlone Road & Golf Links Road)NOTE- NO REFUND ON STAND TICKETSAll patrons intending on travelling to these games are reminded to purchase your tickets in advance as there will be no tickets on sale outside the ground on the day.Ticket outletsConnacht GAA Centre, Cloonacurry, Bekan, Claremorris, Co. Mayo, 094-9630335. (Credit Card bookings accepted)  or [email protected] via www.gaa.iecenter_img From your local GAA club or County Board.Galway County Board– Pearse Stadium, Salthill, GalwayEmail: [email protected]: (091) 862500Opening Hours- Monday to Friday, (9.30am-5pm)www.galwaygaa.ie The Connacht GAA Championship Finals, U20 and Senior take place on, Sunday 17th June in Dr. Hyde Park, Roscommon. Roscommon County Board– Racecourse road, Roscommon town, Co. Roscommon.Email: [email protected]: (090) 6627176www.roscommongaa.ieSelected SuperValu and Centra storeslast_img read more


    first_imgAdvertMcElhinneys Department Store is renowned around the North West for its fashion lines and beauty products.And this week Donegal’s leading fashion store has teamed up with one of the world’s leading beauty products. The store has a promotion on this weekend which will see anyone who buy two Lancome products receive a free Gift with Lancome to the value of €102.The promotion is running from 7th until 23rd March.  MCELHINNEYS HAS A GIFT OF AN IDEA FOR ALL LANCOME LOVERS was last modified: March 9th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:LancomeMCELHINNEYSlast_img read more

  • Marshfield’s Emma Haugen finishes 22nd in vault at WIAA State Gymnastics Championships

    first_imgBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterWISCONSIN RAPIDS – Marshfield freshman Emma Haugen ended up with a score of 9.0 to finish in a tie for 22nd in the vault at the 2016 WIAA State Gymnastics Championship on Saturday afternoon at Lincoln High School.Haugen had scores of 9.1, 9.0, and 8.9 in her three attempts on the vault. She scored 9.0 or higher at her last three meets – the Great Northern Conference competition, Division 1 sectional, and state.Molly O’Boyle of Kenosha Bradford/Indian Hills/Tremper won the event with a score of 9.9.Other individual winners in the Division 1 individual events were Hartland Arrowhead’s Taryn Sherman (9.45) in the balance beam, O’Boyle (9.517) in the floor exercise, and Brookfield East/Central’s Amanda Pennow (9.467) in the uneven bars. O’Boyle won the all-around title with a composite score of 38.167.Franklin/Muskego/Oak Creek/Whitnall won the Division 1 team title on Friday night with a score of 149.3167, less than two points in front of second-place Kenosha Bradford/Indian Hills/Tremper. Whitefish Bay won the Division 2 team championship.For complete results, see the gymnastics page on wiaawi.org.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)last_img read more

  • Sudafrikanische Landwirtschaft

    first_imgMit 1.2-Millionen Quadratkilometern Land ist Sudafrika hat etwa ein Achtel der Große der Vereinigten Staaten und umfasst sieben Klimazonen, von Mittelmeerklima uber subtropisches Klima bis Halbwuste.Diese biologische Vielfalt, zusammen mit einer Kustenlinie von 3.000 km und bedient von sieben Handelshafen, kultiviert bevorzugt eine sehr unterschiedliche Bandbreite von Meeres- und Landwirtschaftsprodukten, von sommergrunen uber Zitrus- zu subtropischen Fruchten bis hin zu Getreide, Wolle, Schnittblumen, Nutzvieh und Wild.Die landwirtschaftlichen Aktivitaten reichen von intensiver Getreideanbau und Mischlandwirtschaft, Winterniederschlags und Hochsommerniederschlagsgebieten zu Rinderzucht im Bushveld und Schafsfarmen in den trockeneren Regionen. Mais ist weitverbreitet, gefolgt von Weizen, Hafer, Zuckerrohr und Sonnenblumen.Wahrend 13% von Sudafrikas Land fur die Getreideproduktion nutzbar sind, bleiben nur 22% davon potentiell stark anbaufahig. Den großten Einschrankungsfaktor bildet dabei die Wasserverfugbarkeit. Der Niederschlag ist ungleichmaßig uber das Land verteilt, mit einigen Gegenden, die zu Durre neigen. Fast 50% von Sudafrikas Wasser wird fur die Landwirtschaft gebraucht, wobei ca. 1.3 Millionen ha bewassert werden.Heutzutage ist Sudafrika nicht nur bei fast allen wichtigen landwirtschaftlichen Produkten unabhangig, sondern ist auch Exporteur von Lebensmitteln. Landwirtschaft bleibt wesentlich wichtig fur die Wirtschaft und die Entwicklung der sudlichen afrikanischen Regionen. Seit 1994 arbeitet die Regierung daran, kleine landwirtschaftliche Betriebe zu fordern und so die Schaffung von Arbeitsplatzen zu unterstutzen.ExportSudafrika gehort zu den funf wichtigsten Exporteuren von Avocados, Grapefruits, Mandarinen, Pflaumen, Birnen, Trauben und Straußprodukten.Die Landwirtschaft stellt etwa 8% der Gesamtexporte des Landes. Die großten Exportgruppen sind Wein, Zitrusfruchte, Zucker, Trauben, Mais, Fruchtsafte, Wolle und Saisonfruchte wie Äpfel, Birnen, Pfirsiche und Aprikosen.Andere wichtige Exportgruppen sind Avocados, Milchprodukte, Blumen, Lebensmittelzubereitung, Haute und Felle, Fleisch, alkoholfreie Getranke, Ananas, konservierte Fruchte und Nusse, Zucker und Wein.Auch eine Reihe von Markten mit hoher Wachstumsrate entstehen neu, wie beispielsweise Krautergetranke und hochpreisiges Seafood.WettbewerbsvorteileNeben der Artenvielfalt des Landes, den Meeresschatzen, der erstklassigen Infrastruktur und vorteilhaften Betriebskosten profitieren Sudafrikas Landwirtschaft und seine Agrarindustrie vom gewachsenen Marktzugang in Bezug auf seine Haupthandelspartner, die EU und die USA, was durch eine Reihe von Handelsabkommen erreicht wurde.Sudafrikas saisonelle Gegenlaufigkeit zu Europa, dem Erstmarkt fur den Export fur Garten- und Zierpflanzenprodukte, ist ein weiterer großer Wettbewerbsvorteil. Sudafrika ist der Europa am nachstgelegene Großproduzent von Garten- und Zierpflanzen und hat wesentlich kurzere Transportzeiten als Mitbewerber.Letzte Aktualisierung: September 2008SAinfo reporter. Quellen (Englische Websites):South Africa YearbookDepartment of AgricultureDepartment of Trade and IndustryAgricultural Research CouncilWines of South Africalast_img read more

  • Crash expert says new MH370 debris suggests destructive end

    first_imgThe new MH370 debris gives additional insight about where and how the aircraft impacted the sea according to a leading expert in the plane’s disappearance.Victor Iannello a lead in the so-called Independent Group examining the loss of MH370 says that “in light of the past efforts to find the aircraft, there are three main possibilities that remain.”Firstly that the aircraft impacted the ocean relatively close to the 7th arc, but at a latitude further north than the area previously searched.2. That the aircraft impacted the ocean at a latitude previously searched, but farther from the 7th arc than previously assumed.3. Or the aircraft debris field was in the subsea area previously scanned by sonar but was either missed or misidentified.SEE Our 15 year Concorde coverage.Mr Iannello says that “sources close to the previous search effort believe (3) is very unlikely, as there was a thorough review of the sonar data by multiple parties with high levels of experience, and because any “points of interest” were scanned multiple times to ensure the resolution was adequate to make a determination with a high level of confidence.”The new debris and some of the previously recovered debris also suggest that the aircraft impacted the ocean at high speed.“That means that (2) is possible only if the aircraft first was in a rapid descent and then the pilot skillfully recovered from the rapid descent and glided some distance away from the 7th arc beyond the width of the subsea search, and then later the aircraft again descended at high speed and impacted the sea (producing the shattered debris). This sequence of dive-glide-dive is considered by many to be a very unlikely sequence of events, although it cannot be completed dismissed.”“What is left is possibility (1). This suggests future subsea search efforts should proceed along the 7th arc, starting where the last search ended near 25S latitude and continuing farther north.”Mr. Iannello adds that “the part recovered in Madagascar in August 2018 was the latest in a series of finds that began with the discovery of the flaperon on Reunion Island in July 2015. Because of the wide range of discovery times, and because there is an undefinable delay between when a part arrives on a beach and when it is discovered, it is difficult to use the timing and location of debris discoveries to precisely pinpoint where to search for MH370.”“Finally, the new debris finds illustrate the critical role of independent investigators in the search for MH370, and one investigator in particular. The local communications campaign to educate residents of Madagascar about debris washing ashore was spearheaded by Blaine Gibson with the help of some of the MH370 families. Blaine has also done a commendable job of developing a local network to help recover the debris after discovery, says Mr Iannello.For the full article go to Mr. Iannello’s excellent blog site.last_img read more