← Previous Story Kielce’s coach and players with the fans before Silkeborg Next Story → Velux EHF CL (Round 9): Partizan in Szeged, Zagreb in Barcelona One of the heroes of the last season biggest success in the history of Bosna Sarajevo, EHF CL TOP 16 placement, left back, Igor Karacic (24) is in Macedonian capital, Skopje, where he has to sign a contract with vice-champion Vardar. Karacic had problem with his right shoulder and missed the first part of the season. After financial collapse of team from Sarajevo, he became a free agent. Bosna SarajevoIgor KaracicMacedonian handballVardar Skopje
Jordi Ribera, once Ademar Leon head coach, and now Brazil’s head coach has given the list of 16 players that he counts on at the upcoming World Championship 2013 in Spain. The biggest star is Ademar Leon’s Felipe Borges, and for the January-scheduled event the list is the following:Goalkeepers: Cesar Augusto de Almeida (EC Pinheiros-SP), Luiz Ricardo do Nascimento.Pivots: Alexandro Pozzer (EC Pinheiros-SP), Vinícius Santos Teixeira (Metodista/São Bernardo/Besni-SP).Backs: Arthur Malburg Patrianova (EC Pinheiros-SP), Fernando José Pacheco Filho (EC Pinheiros-SP), Guilherme Valadão Gama (Metodista/São Bernardo/Besni-SP), Gustavo Nakamura Cardoso (Metodista/São Bernardo/Besni-SP), Oswaldo Maestro Guimarães (EC Pinheiros-SP) e Thiagus Petrus (Naturhouse La Rioja – Spain) Diogo Kent Hubner (Metodista/São Bernardo/Besni-SP), Thiago Roberto Torres dos Santos (TCC/Unitau/Unimed/Tarumã/Taubaté-SP).Wings: Fábio Rocha Chiuffa (Metodista/São Bernardo/Besni-SP), Felipe Borges (Reale Ademar León – Spain), Gil Vicente de Paes Pires (TCC/Unitau/Unimed/Tarumã/Taubaté-SP), Lucas Benedito Cândido (TCC/Unitau/Unimed/Tarumã/Taubaté-SP). borgescardosofelipe borgesgamaguimaraespachecopatrianovaribera ← Previous Story KIF Kolding lose Hundstrup for three months, Kim Andersson banned for two games Next Story → Flensburg smash Kiel in “eternal derby”!
As Handball-Planet.com exclusively announced five days ago, Ivano Balic will play in DKB Bundesliga team – HSG Wetzlar. Our media was the first to wrote about deal between handball “Mozzart”and German team, who finished 7th last season. Officialy presentation will be held on Tuesday. Balic is already in Germany, ready to help his new team to obtain Bundesliga position in the upcoming season and to replace injured Adnan Harmandic.The best handball player signed one year contract and will have debut in the best handball league at age 34. Balic WetzlarHSG WetzlarIvano Balic ← Previous Story Danil Chernov to SL Benfica Next Story → Struga 2013 is coming: Vardar with two wins finished preparation in Slovenia
women’s junior world championship 2014 At the Women’s Junior World Championship 1/4 finals will play in Koprivnica on Wednesday:14:00 Denmark – France16:15 Netherlands – Russia18:30 Romania – Korea20:45 Germany – HungaryTherefore Denmark will face France in the battle for the semi-finals, Netherlands will play against Russia, Romania against Korea and Germany will challenge Hungary.The results of the eight finals:Denmark – Czech Republic 37:23 (19:10)Portugal – Romania 21:25 (9:10)Korea – Serbia 32:28 (20:15)Brazil – France 23:29 (11:16)Netherlands – Croatia 22:21 (12:10)Hungary – Slovenia 26:20 (15:12)Norway – Germany 24:27 (12:13)Russia – Sweden 31:18 (17:7)Schedule of the placement round 9-16:Dugo Selo14:00 Czech Republic – Brazil16:00 Croatia – Sweden18:00 Portugal – Serbia20:00 Norway – SloveniaPresident’s Cup:CakovecThe results:Uruguay – Argentina 27:25 (11:11)Japan – China 28:27 (15:12)Kazakhstan – Angola 20:33 (10:17)Congo – Tunisia 18:25 (7:11)Schedule of the placement round 17-24:14:00 (19-20) Argentina – China16:00 (17-18) Uruguay – Japan18:00 (23-24) Angola – Congo20:00 (21-22) Kazakhstan – Tunisia ← Previous Story Martin Schwalb leaves intensive care Next Story → PSG Handball goes to Doha for preparations!
Current Bosnia and Herzegovina national team coach Dragan Markovic accepted an offer from the Federation to extend contract on only next three months until the end of pre-qualifications for the World Championship 2017 in France. Bosnians will fight against Slovakia (November 4) and Lithuania (November 7) at the start of the Group competition which will come to an end on January 20. Only a group winner (Kosovars are the fourth team) will grab the ticket for the WCH 2017 Play-Off in June.After that, Board will decide about new head-coach by organizing open competition.The first pick to replace Markovic, in the last few weeks, was KIF Kolding assistant coach Bilal Šuman. ← Previous Story 2019: Luc Abalo extends deal with PSG Handball! Next Story → CASE “40 SECONDS IN KIELCE”: To improve or to die… Bosnia and Herzegovinadragan markovic
Dobrivoje Markovicppd zagreb Croatian champions PPD Zagreb have a new left wing – Dobrivoje Marković. The 29 years-old righthander signed contract with the Croatian best side until end of the season. PPD Zagreb coach Veselin Vujović is obviosly dissatisfied with performance of left wing trio Šprem, Mihić and Kovačević, decided to take off mark of “Croatian product” from recent vision of Zagreb’s roster.-I couldn’t say no to Vujovic with whom I worked in Vardar and Serbian national team. He is a very good coach – stated Marković for Balkan-Handball.com.Marković played for RK Jugović Kać, Spanish Quenca and Macedonian RK Vardar. He was free agent since June, when he ended contract with Macedonian best team.PHOTO: Mandatory Credit ©SEHA/ Zsolt Melczer ← Previous Story HUNGARY: First defeat for PICK Szeged in Tatabanya! Next Story → African Champions League: Zamalek and African for trophy!
Arthur Patrianovabrazil handballOlympic Games in RioOlympic handball The Brazilian left back Arthur Patrianova will miss the Olympic Games in Rio! The 23-years old RK Celje Pivovarna Laško left back restored an old right knee injury during week with his national team on tournament in Qatar and won’t be able to help his team-mates until end of the season.Patrianova came to Celje last summer as injured player, he celebrated come-back in November and made a few good appearances at EHF Champions League, but without luck to finish the season in a big style with appearance at Olympic tournament on home soil. ← Previous Story FATHER & SON: Alex Dujshebaev to Kielce? Next Story → Torrellano Cup 2016 – Unique handball experience!
SEHA FINAL 4 RK Vardar are the second finalists of the SEHA GAZPROM Final4 in Varaždin. The Macedonian champions beat PPD Zagreb 26:24 (12:10) in noisy atmosphere of Varazdin Arena, where match was followed by 5.000, mostly, Croatian fans. Raul Gonzales team had control over the results and showed more led by 7-meter shoter Dejan Manaskov 6(5), Alex Dujshebaev five and Luka Cindrič, who scored four goals.For PPD Zagreb, Zlatko Horvat netted six goals (five from 7-meter)STATISTICSSEHA GAZPROM FINAL between RK Vardar and MVM Veszprem will be played on Sunday – 19.o0 hrs.PHOTO: SEHA ← Previous Story MVM Veszprem at SEHA GAZPROM Final after penalty shot-out Next Story → VIDEO: Domagoj Pavlović roller coaster…
Vote for the VELUX EHF Champions League 2015/2016 ALL-STAR team!The past three seasons generated a great interest and only in the last year almost 44,000 handball fans took part in online votes. New opportunity to choose the star selection of the European top flight is here again.In its fourth edition, the All-star team vote will again ask the fans to cast their online ballots for ten positions as the best coach and the best young player (born in 1993 or younger) had their premiere alongside the starting seven and best defender for the first time last year. There are five nominees in the selection for each position.Players and coaches from 17 clubs and from 18 nations in the current season have been selected and seven members of the 2014/15 All-star team can make it back to the elite company.The players nominated for the 2015/16 season are:GoalkeeperNiklas Landin (DEN) / THW Kiel (GER)Thierry Omeyer (FRA) / Paris Saint-Germain Handball (FRA)Arpad Sterbik (ESP) / HC Vardar (MKD)Mattias Andersson (SWE) / SG Flensburg-Handewitt (GER)Rodrigo Corrales (ESP) / Orlen Wisla Plock (POL)Left wingTimur Dibirov (RUS) / HC Vardar (MKD)Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson (ISL) / FC Barcelona Lassa (ESP)Uwe Gensheimer (GER) / Rhein-Neckar Löwen (GER)Manuel Strlek (CRO) / KS Vive Tauron Kielce (POL)Jonas Källman (SWE) / MOL-Pick Szeged (HUN)Left backMomir Ilic (SRB) / MVM Veszprem (HUN)Michal Jurecki (POL) / KS Vive Tauron Kielce (POL)Wael Jallouz (TUN) / FC Barcelona Lassa (ESP)Iman Jamali (HUN) / IFK Kristianstad (SWE)Mikkel Hansen (DEN) / Paris Saint-Germain (FRA)Centre backRasmus Lauge Schmidt (DEN) / SG Flensburg-Handewitt (GER)Dean Bombac (SLO) / MOL-Pick Szeged (HUN)Andy Schmid (SUI) / Rhein-Neckar Löwen (GER)Nikola Karabatic (FRA) / Paris Saint-Germain Handball (FRA)Domagoj Duvnjak (CRO) / THW Kiel (GER)Line playerJulen Aguinagalde (ESP) / KS Vive Tauron Kielce (POL)Rastko Stojkovic (SRB) / HC Meshkov Brest (BLR)Tiago Rocha (POR) / Orlen Wisla Plock (POL)Andreas Nilsson (SWE) / MVM Veszprem (HUN)Alem Toskic (SRB) / HC Vardar (MKD)Right backKiril Lazarov (MKD) / FC Barcelona Lassa (ESP)Marko Vujin (SRB) / THW Kiel (GER)Laszlo Nagy (HUN) / MVM Veszprem (HUN)Alex Dujshebaev (ESP) / HC Vardar (MKD)Jure Dolenec (SLO) / Montpellier HB (FRA)Right wingGasper Marguc (SLO) / MVM Veszprem (HUN)Lasse Svan (DEN) / SG Flensburg-Handewitt (GER)Victor Tomas (ESP) / FC Barcelona Lassa (ESP)Tobias Reichmann (GER) / Vive Tauron Kielce (POL)Kristian Björnsen (NOR) / IFK Kristianstad (SWE)DefenderLuka Karabatic (FRA) / Paris Saint-Germain Handball (FRA)Timuzsin Schuch (HUN) / MVM Veszprem (HUN)Erlend Mamelund (NOR) / THW Kiel (GER)Viran Morros (ESP) / FC Barcelona Lasssa (ESP)Tobias Karlsson (SWE) / SG Flensburg-Handewitt (GER)Young playerBlaz Janc (SLO) / RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko (SLO)Domagoj Pavlovic (CRO) / HC PPD Zagreb (CRO)Darko Djukic (SRB) / Besiktas Jimnastik Kulubu (TUR)Lasse Andersson (DEN) / KIF Kolding Kobenhavn (DEN)Jerry Tollbring (SWE) / IFK Kristianstad (SWE)CoachJavier Sabate (ESP) / MVM Veszprem (HUN)Ljubomir Vranjes (SWE) / SG Flensburg-Handewitt (GER)Veselin Vujovic (MNE) / HC PPD Zagreb (CRO)Raul Gonzalez (ESP) / HC Vardar (MKD)Talant Dujshebaev (ESP) / Vive Tauron Kielce (POL)Enter the vote of the VELUX EHF Champions League 2015/16 All-star team here.TEXT: Ivan Ilić, EHF ← Previous Story Africa is burning of Beach Handball Next Story → Kielce first team at VELUX EHF CL FINAL4 in Cologne!
Contaminated tap water could lead to 100,000 cases of cancer in the US if people drink it their whole lives. Here’s how worried you should be. Since right after World War II, the president’s national security adviser has an unparalleled ability to influence events worldwide NO-ONE ENJOYS the headaches, nausea, and sluggishness of a hangover. There seems to be a general perception that as people get older, their drinking stamina decreases.However, a new study shows that older binge drinkers report less-frequent and less-severe hangovers.Research on hangovers is usually centred around young people — college-aged partiers likely to consume more alcohol more often than older people.The new study, published in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, analysed the hangovers of close to 52,000 participants of legal drinking age. The oldest participant was 94.Participants in the survey were asked their typical alcohol consumption per week, of beer, wine, fortified wine, and spirits, and how often they took part in binge drinking, ranging from never to more than once a week.The symptomsIn regards to hangovers, participants were asked how often they experienced thirst, exhaustion, headaches, dizziness, loss of appetite, nausea, and vomiting after an episode of binge drinking. They found that older people drank less, but when they did binge drink they experienced fewer hangover symptoms.You’d think the reason would be obvious: Older people drink less, so of course they experience fewer and less-severe hangovers. But the results were the same, even after accounting for the frequency of binge drinking, drinking with or without a meal, and drinking while smoking.“While it is true that older individuals on average binge-drink less often than younger individuals, we did not find in our data that results were due to differences in drinking patterns,” study researcher Janne Tolstrup, of the University of Southern Denmark, said in a press release.So, why then?The scientists discussed four possible explanations for their results.1. Binge drinking intensity decreases with age.In a survey, 18- to 24-year-olds defined binge drinking as nine drinks. Those who are 65 years old and up defined binge drinking as only six drinks. This suggests that binge drinking intensity decreases with age. The study only examined the frequency of binge drinking, not the intensity.2. Increased alcohol tolerance.Research shows that people can build up a tolerance for alcohol, so older drinkers can handle more drinks before they start feeling a hangover the next day.3. Trial and error.Some people swear a Bloody Mary cures their hangover, for others it may be as simple as drinking a big glass of water before bed or popping an aspirin. As people age, many develop their own personal hangover prevention or morning-after cure, and this could be a possible explanation for why older people have an easier time after binge drinking — they know what works to feel better the morning after.4. Natural selection.The scientists acknowledge that it may be possible that people who experience more severe hangovers simply give up and quit binge drinking as they grow older — essentially pruning the drinking tree.There’s still a lot of work to do to understand hangovers.“While there have been tens of thousands of studies on the more direct effects of alcohol, there have only been fewer than 200 published papers on the hangover,” Tolstrup said in a press release.- Kelly DickersonSee what your alcohol intake could do to your face>Average Irish intake over age of 15 is 700 times more than advised> 10 things in tech you need to know today Trump carries a wad of cash for tipping people in his back pocket instead of a wallet