OPEN SKY HANDBALL: Celje PL wins Super Cup

first_imgShareTweetShareShareEmail Related Items: ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsSlovenian champions RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko have won the domestic Super Cup in Portoroz. The EHF CL member beat easily SVIS Ivancna Gorica 31:22 in the first match played under the open sky in Slovenia. Tennis court in famous Slovenian summer resort was transformed to an handball arena…Celje Pivovarna Laško : SVIŠ Ivančna Gorica 31:22 (14:6)Celje Pivovarna Laško: Lesjak (8 odb – 1 x7-m), Skok (10 odb), Kastelic (2 odb); Blagotinšek 2, Ivić 4 (1), Kaučič, Janc 2, Razgor 2, Marguč 1 (1), Poteko 1, Miklavčič 2, Slišković 3, Zarabec 4, Kodrin 4, Kasal 4, Žvižej 2 (1);Sviš Ivančna Gorica: Slapničar (13 odb – 2 x 7-m), Prašnikar; Tekavec, Nered, Potokar 1, Marušič 7 (3), Zavodnik 1, S. Stopar, Pekolj 1, Matej Košir, Kalabić 4, Marinčič 3, Kristan, G. Stopar 2, Bučar 1, Matic Košir 2 (1); 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. Click to commentlast_img read more

Tim Tebow freaks out over Paul Finebaum’s weak gator chomp

first_imgWhile College GameDay was in Starkville for Auburn-Mississippi State, Tim Tebow and the SEC Network crew visited the campus of the Arkansas Razorbacks. Tebow picked the Florida Gators to beat LSU at home Saturday, and when it was Paul Finebaum’s turn to choose the winner, he indicated his choice with one of the weakest gator chomps we’ve ever seen.pawlllllTebow lost his mind.“That’s not a gator chomp! We will not accept that. We will NEVER accept that. I don’t know what that was. Erase that from your memory.(Thanks to Alligator Army for sharing this video.)last_img

MT Barrett and Its 22 Crew Rescued from Pirates

first_imgzoom The Marshall Islands-flagged tanker MT Barrett and its 22 crew members have been released from captivity after a six-day ordeal, UK-based tanker owner and operator Union Maritime informed.“MT Barrett has been released after a Gulf of Guinea piracy incident lasting six days. All crew are safe. We are extremely grateful to the many parties that assisted in achieving the successful resolution of this incident,” a company update said.“We are focused now on supporting the crew and their families. The crew are safely back in Lagos, Nigeria and were met by senior representatives from Union Maritime and the technical managers.”The company lost contact with the ship on January 10, when the ship was at anchor off Benin, West Africa.The company activated its emergency response plan and alerted regional maritime authorities and other vessels in the area.According to Union Maritime, the exact nature of the incident only became clear late on January 12, when those holding the vessel made contact with the company.“A resolution process began, which ultimately led to the release of the vessel and all crew on board on January 16,” the update reads.“We sincerely appreciate the support and efforts of all involved, including the authorities in Benin, Togo, Nigeria and India.”last_img read more