Spain proclaims champion of Europe and obtains its ticket for the Tokyo Games

first_imgIn this way, the ‘Hispanics’ revalidate the title they won two years ago in Zagreb and hang their eighth European medal, with the added prize of guaranteeing their presence this summer in Tokyo without having to play the Pre-Olympic.– Data sheet: 22 – Spain: Corrales; Solé (1), Raúl Entrerríos (3), Alex Dujshebaev (1), Morros (-), Goñi (1) and Ángel Fernández (1) -initial team- Pérez de Vargas (ps), Maqueda (3), Sarmiento ( 2), Aginagalde (2), Figueras (1), Cañellas (2), Aleix Gómez (5, 3p), Ariño (-) and Gideon Guardiola (-)20 – Croatia: Sego; Horvat (2, 1p), Stepancic (3), Duvnjak (5, 3p), Karacic (3), Mandic (2) and Maric (3) -initial team- Asanin (ps), Hrstic (-), Sarac (- ), Musa (-), Mamic (1), Cindric (-), Brozovic (1), Matanovic (-) and Sipic (-)Marker every five minutes: 2-3, 4-5, 6-8, 8-10, 10-10 and 12-11 (Rest) 15-12, 16-14, 17-15, 18-18, 19-19 and 22-20 (Final)Referees: Nachevski and Nikolov (MKD). They excluded two minutes to Sarmiento and Raúl Entrerríos for Spain; and to Horvat and Karacic for Croatia.Incidents: Final of the European Championship of Sweden, Austria and Norway 2020 played at the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm before about 17,700 spectators. The Spanish men’s handball team has revalidated its title of European champion after beating in the final this Sunday at the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm to Croatia (22-20), a result that gives them their second continental crown and gives them the direct ticket to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.The tight marker of the last minutes was elucidated when Aleix Gómez, from seven meters and in the absence of just over a minute, undid the tie so that Alex Dujshebaev, after a Stepancic throwing error and as he did against Slovenia, resolved With a very powerful shot. The ‘Hispanics’ revalidate the title they won two years ago in Zagrebcenter_img Image: Reuterslast_img read more

Lectures by Professor Michaelidis

first_imgProfessor Iakovos Michaelidis, an expert in Balkan history from the University of Thessaloniki, will be presenting public lectures in Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. An expert in Albanian, Bulgarian, Serbian and the Macedoslav languages, Professor Michaelidis is familiar with the cultural and political environments of the aforementioned countries. He has been published extensively on the history of the Balkans peoples and is an Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary Greek History. He is coming as a visiting Professor of the AIMS and the Greek Studies program of the University of Notre Dame Australia. The lectures that are still available are: Melbourne Pan-Macedonian House. Current trends in Balkan Politics: The case of FYROM and Greece. Saturday 19 Nov, 9.00 am. Sydney AHEPA House, 394 Princes Hwy, Rockdale. Greece and the Balkans: Divergence v Convergence. Sunday 20 Nov, 6.00 pm. Canberra Hellenic Club, Matilda Street, Woden. The Restricting tendencies in the Balkans: The case of Greece. Wednesday 23 Nov, 6.00 pm. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more