Recommended for you 2004–2006Celje Pivovarna Laško France beat Norway with Pardin&Mahe in main role! ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsHis playing form was magical in Rio, but at the end of the story, Slovenia ended with Olympic dream at quarter-final with defeat over Denmark. That was the last match of the national team’s captain Uroš Zorman for Slovenia. The last and 224th in same time, which brought him record in the number of appearances for the national team:It is enough. I am so proud and believe that nice future is ahead of young guys – said the 36-years old Zorman who netted 519 goals in Slovenian t-shirt.One of the best world’s playmakers won the European silver at EHF EURO 2004 on home soil in Ljubljana. He also was a part of the Olympic squad in Athens 2004. Debut was five years earlier in 1999.His club’s career is much more linked with the trophies as he won three EHF Champions League with BM Ciudad Real and the last one in May with Vive Tauron Kielce.CAREER: –2003RD Prule 67 photo: Slavko Kolar Veszprem wait clash with Zagreb, Davis: This is Champions League 2009–2011Celje Pivovarna Laško Related Items:handball, Slovenian handball, Uros Zorman ShareTweetShareShareEmail 2003–2004CB Ademar León 2011–Vive Targi Kielce 2006–2009BM Ciudad Real Handball in Germany is played by 750.000 people Click to comment 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.
AP/John Minchillo WASHINGTON, D.C., USA – NOVEMBER 3, 2020: Local residents gather in Black Lives Matter Plaza, a section of 16th Street, on Election Day. On November 3, 2020, the United States elects its president and vice president, 35 Senators, all 435 members of the House of Representatives, 13 governors of 11 states and two US territories, as well as state and local government officials. Incumbent Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden are running for president. Yegor Aleyev/TASS (Photo by Yegor AleyevTASS via Getty Images) AP/J. Scott Applewhite WTOP/Kyle Cooper Activists opposed to the Trump presidency are dressed as characters from the dystopian “Handmaid’s Tale,” as they demonstrate at the Capitol on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Washington. WTOP/Scott Gelman (1/25) This is a developing story. Stay with WTOP for more details. WTOP/Kyle Cooper Previous AP/Jacquelyn Martin AFP via Getty Images/ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS AP/Alex Brandon WTOP/Alejandro Alvarez WTOP/Alejandro Alvarez A man holds an anti-President Donald Trump flag on Election Day. District of Columbia Metropolitan Police attempt to arrest a demonstrator who was blocking their efforts to remove an illegally parked truck at Black Lives Matter Plaza, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) Protesters gather near the fencing that surrounds the White House on Black Lives Matter Plaza on Election Day. People watch a big screen displaying the live election results in Florida at Black Lives Matter plaza across from the White House on election day in Washington, DC on November 3, 2020. (Photo by Olivier DOULIERY / AFP) (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images) Previous WASHINGTON, D.C., USA – NOVEMBER 3, 2020: Supporters of Joe Biden, a candidate in the 2020 US presidential election, gather in a street near the White House on Election Day. On November 3, 2020, the United States elects its president and vice president, 35 Senators, all 435 members of the House of Representatives, 13 governors of 11 states and two US territories, as well as state and local government officials. Incumbent Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden are running for president. Yegor Aleyev/TASS (Photo by Yegor AleyevTASS via Getty Images) Yegor Aleyev/TASS/Yegor Aleyev Yegor Aleyev/TASS/Yegor Aleyev At the White House, Alvarez reported that parts of the newly enforced fencing had posters on it warning against ticket scalping and underage drinking. WTOP/Scott Gelman Next Stations have been set up to hand out water and snacks to protesters in Black Lives Matter Plaza on Election Day. Crowds continued to grow around 5 p.m. near Black Lives Matter Plaza. Murals have been hand painted on pieces of plywood boarding that cover the glass on storefronts. Some businesses are worried about possible unrest similar to what the city experienced over the summer. Next Share via email. An anti-Trump protester kneels in front of a broken plaster Make America Great Again hat in Washington, DC, on November 3, 2020 as demonstrators rally near the White House. (Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM / AFP) (Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images) A man walks past messages on a fence around Lafayette Square near the White House on Election Day in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 3, 2020 Yegor Aleyev/TASS/Yegor Aleyev AP/Jacquelyn Martin AFP via Getty Images/OLIVIER DOULIERY A man waves an anti-Trump banner during the 2020 general elections. A demonstrator going by the name Azul Azul sits on a sidewalk outside the White House, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Washington. AFP via Getty Images/NICHOLAS KAMM AP/John Minchillo D.C. police stand watch as demonstrators gather outside the White House, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Washington. AP/John Minchillo A mural dedicated to late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg adorns a layer of plywood covering the windows of a business in downtown D.C. WTOP/Alejandro Alvarez Around 3 p.m., a crowd of around at least a few hundred had gathered in Black Lives Matter Plaza. Share on Twitter. Share on Facebook. EDS NOTE: OBSCENITY – Black Lives Matter Plaza, near the White House, is quiet early on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Crowds gather at Black Lives Matter Plaza near the White House on Election Day, Nov. 3, 2020. Amid boarded-up downtown businesses and increased “anti-scale” fencing around the White House, hundreds gathered at Black Lives Matter Plaza to rally and await the results of the 2020 presidential election Tuesday.The rally unfolded relatively peacefully throughout the afternoon and evening except for a few scuffles, but as crowds were dispersing shortly before midnight, a group of several hundred protesters began marching elsewhere throughout the city.WTOP’s Alejandro Alvarez reported that this group consisted of “black bloc” protesters, who tend to be more radical and often conceal their identities. He said the protesters launched flares as they wound their way through the streets, many carrying black umbrellas to shield their faces from the cameras.Earlier in the afternoon, it was a very different scene as hundreds of people, including members of Shutdown DC And Black Lives Matter DC, gathered around the White House. Alvarez said the event was not a coordinated rally. Rather, people were mostly waiting for the election results and watching coverage of the races on projection screens that had been set up at Black Lives Matter Plaza and McPherson Square.Alvarez noted that many organizers said they would wait until the results were in before deciding what to do next.At times the mood was festive, with people dancing and singing, but frustrations were also on display.Gabriel Pietrorazio — one of the University of Maryland student journalists covering the elections for WTOP — spoke to Don Folden, founder of Capital Buddy Tours, who said he hopes the political divisiveness ends after the 2020 election.“What I’m trying to do is get people to stop hating each other because they disagree,” he said. “It’s interesting because some of the people who hate each other like the same music. They have a lot of things in common, but they only focus on what they don’t have in common.“This division, this hatred – it’s got to stop.”By the time Alvarez returned to the BLM Plaza around 1:30 a.m., he said about 100 people were still milling around, including members of the media. But with the presidential race essentially in a dead heat and inconclusive, the mood was far more somber than it was earlier in the day. AP/Jacquelyn Martin WTOP/Alejandro Alvarez Vladimir Kostyrev/TASS/Vladimir Kostyrev Dmitry Kirsanov/TASS/Dmitry Kirsanov A police car parked by Lafayette Square near the White House ahead of the 2020 general elections. Share This Gallery: WTOP/Alejandro Alvarez A demonstrator holds up a sign while waiting for election results at Black Lives Matter Plaza, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/John Minchillo) A La Colombe boarded up its windows ahead of the results of the 2020 general election. Print. A protester wears a costume and holds a sign denouncing President Donald Trump. Demonstrators stop to pray outside the White House, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Washington. Demonstrators gather at Black Lives Matter Plaza outside the White House, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Washington.
COVID-19 Emergency Assistance is available as follows: Applicants must have experienced a loss of income due to COVID-19, and meet other eligibility requirements. 50 applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis beginning Monday, May 18, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. Early applications will not be processed. The City will assist Sunrise homeowners with up to 3 months of mortgage and/or utility payments. Mortgage assistance will be provided up to $5,000. In addition, qualified applicants will be granted up to $1,000 of assistance for utility payments (water, gas and/or electric). The City of Sunrise recognizes the financial hardships that residents have faced as a result of COVID-19 and has created the COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Program in support. The City will assist Sunrise residents with up to 3 months of rent and/or utility payments. Rental assistance will be provided up to $5,000. In addition, qualified applicants will be granted up to $1,000 of assistance for utility payments (water, gas and/or electric). This program helps eligible City of Sunrise residents with mortgage, rent and/or utility payments and is funded by the State Housing Initiatives Program (SHIP). For more information – including eligibility requirements and a downloadable application – visit https://sunrisefl.gov/covid19aid. Printed applications are available for pickup outside the City’s Community Development Department, located at 1601 NW 136th Avenue, Building A, Sunrise 33323. In addition, our Grants Administrator is available by phone and by email this weekend at (954) 572-2315 and [email protected] Temporary Mortgage and/or Utility Payments Temporary Rent and/or Utility Payments
The Nigeria Volleyball Federation (NVBF) has set lofty goals by preparing the nation to bid to host the U20 Female’s Africa Championship in 2019.The President of NVBF, Engineer Musa Nimrod stated this during the closing ceremony of the U21 men’s Africa Volleyball Championship in Abuja.He said that Nigeria is targeting the age grade championship as part of strategy to develop and grow Nigeria volleyball.Nimrod added that his country has the financial and tangible means to host volleyball tournament.He stated that “Nigerian youth are the focal point for the country’s development and economic security,” adding that the Ministry of Youth and sports will play a key role in economic development.“An African female underage championships have never been held in Nigeria, but the Nigeria Volleyball Federation (NVBF) is preparing to bid for the U20 female Africa Nation’s Cup”, Nimrod said.
Just in time for Halloween, local story teller Allan Miller will be serving up scary tales this afternoon at the LaFollette Library beginning at 3:30 pm.Every Friday and Saturday night in downtown LaFollette, Miller guides a walking tour of area haunts spinning tales of mystery, murder and mayhem along the way.But today, Miller will weave his tales at the library- in the light of day.Miller’s stories come after years of research and people sharing local folklore with him.Having done his homework, Miller has stories dating back to when LaFollette resembled a wild west town to more recent history such as a shooting on Tennessee Ave. and the fallout from it.Wednesday evening will bring his last walk of the season. The walks begin at Seargeant Park and end there with Miller taking his guests on a winding walk through the streets and alleys of downtown.Tours are $10 per person.For more information, and Wednesday’s start time, visit his Facebook page at Allen Miller’s Ghostwalk LaFollette. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/30/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitter