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Ilija Brozovic to replace Toft Hansen in HSV!

first_imgLeave 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. Related Items:HSV Handball, Ilija Brozoic, Ilija Brozovic Click to comment ShareTweetShareShareEmail THW Kiel sign Blaženko Lacković Pevnov, but also Brozovic sign at TSV Hannover Burgdorf? Recommended for you ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsSurprised or not, but HSV Handball have found the replacement for line-player Henrik Toft Hansen who goes to SG Flensburg, right after departure was announced. The new member of Hamburg handball family is Croatian line-player Ilija Brozovic. The 24 years old member of Croatian NT and PPD Zagreb signed two years contract with the Germans. Manuel Spath to join HSV Handballlast_img read more

The 2013 Ironman Foundation-Newton Running Ambassador Triathlon Team Announces Selection

first_imgThe Ironman Foundation and Newton Running announced the selection of the 2013 Ironman Foundation-Newton Running Ambassador Triathlon Team. In addition to the announcement of the team, several key sponsors stepped up to support them and its mission of corporate and social responsibility while giving back to the Ironman triathlon communities across the country.The inaugural team, which will begin its 2013 season at Ironman Lake Placid, comprises a diverse group of athletes including three former professional athletes, who have since made the jump to triathlon: Eric Byrnes – former MLB player, Don Davey – former NFL player and Ian Laperriere – former NHL player. Other notable team members include Thad Beaty – guitarist of the Grammy Award winning country music band Sugarland, and 2012 Kona InspiredTM athlete, Shay Eskew.The Ironman Foundation-Newton Running Ambassador Team will also include the backing from a group of sponsors which include SUGOI, Shimano, FuelBelt, Training Peaks, Multisports Coaching, Headsweats, TriBike Transport, GU Energy Labs, Degree, Retül, FLO Cycling, 110% Compression and Justin’s Nut Butter.All 43 athletes will compete throughout the year in different Ironman events and support the mission of both The Ironman Foundation and Newton Running by giving back through a variety of community service projects in the cities where Ironman events are held.Below are the athletes confirmed for The Ironman Foundation-Newton Running Ambassador Triathlon Team:Alessandra Battig, Woodland, CAThad Beaty, Franklin, TNMelissa Bowman Li, Northbrook, ILEric Byrnes, Half Moon Bay, CALarkin Carter, Jackson, MSIan Charles, Tiburon, CAKen Chin, Chicago, ILNicole Clark, Lafayette, CODiana Cohen, Columbia, CNStephanie Crocker, Vancouver, BCDon Davey, Neptune Beach, FLDoreen DeRoss, Lakewood, COCary Epstein, Hewlett, NYShay Eskew, Franklin, TNDaniel Giblin, Rochester, NYBobbe Greenberg, Highland, ILMeghan Henry, Tampa, FLTim Kehoe, North Chesterfield, VAJessica Koelsch, Palm Harbor, FLElizabeth Kollar, St. Petersburg, FLIan Laperriere, Philadelphia, PAChristi Leong, Fort Collins, CODavid Levine, Berkeley, CAJohnny Little, Port Jervis, NYErica McMclurg, Scottsdale, AZKeats McGonigal, Bend, ORStephanie Middleton, Hingham, MANicole Nicolay, Livermore, CAAldo Ocampo, Mexico, DFErin Parker, Provo, UTDiane Peterson, Hawthorn Woods, ILJustin Poitras-George, Ottawa, ONJohn Ratzan, New York, NYJeff Savage, Victoria, BCEd Shifflett, Swarthmore, PAPam Shuckies, Boulder, COMegan Suhonen, Stanwood, MIKhem Suthiwan, Denver, COScott Taylor, Boulder, COHunter Temple, Sante Fe, NMNina Thatcher, San Carlos, CAGeorge Vale, Golden, COJulia Wayner, Glastonburg, CTwww.ironman.comwww,newtonrunning.com  Relatedlast_img read more

Japan nabs relay silver at world juniors

first_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 RELATED PHOTOS Also at the IAAF meet, Daisuke Matsunaga earned a gold in the men’s 10,000-meter race walk, Nobuya Kato took silver in the 400, Kiryu got the bronze in the 100 and Shotaro Shimoyama was third in the long jump.The junior worlds concludes on Sunday. center_img Teaming up: (From left) Japan’s Yuki Koike, Yoshihide Kiryu, Takuya Kawakami and Masaharu Mori are seen after finishing second in the men’s 4×100-meter relay final at the IAAF Junior World Championships on Saturday in Eugene, Oregon. | GETTY IMAGES/KYODO Led by Yoshihide Kiryu, Japan claimed a silver medal in the men’s 4×100-meter relay at the IAAF World Junior Championships on Saturday in Eugene, Oregon.Yuki Koike, Takuya Kawakami and Masaharu Mori helped Japan complete the race in 39.02 seconds, finishing behind the United States (38.70). Jamaica took home the silver in 39.12.last_img read more