Related Items:motor kiel, ukraine handball ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsThe VELUX EHF Champions League Last 16 between Ukranian side HC Motor Zaporozhye and German club THW Kiel is scheduled for 20 March 2014.The Challenge Cup Quarter-final between ZTR Zaporozhye from Ukraine and IK Sävehof from Sweden is scheduled for 22/23 March 2014.Over the past weeks the European Handball Federation has continuously observed the developments in Ukraine and has been in close contact with all parties involved regarding the organisation of the matches concerned.Regarding the match between HC Motor Zaporozhye and THW Kiel the European Handball Federation confirmed on Friday, 7 March that the match will take place on neutral ground.The throw-off time remains 20 March 2014, 19:15 CET. The European Handball Federation is in talks with potential venues and a decision on this will be released at the beginning of next week.The Challenge Cup Quarter-final between ZTR Zaporozhye and IK Sävehof, as mutually agreed by the two clubs concerned, will be played as one decisive match in Klaipeda, Lithuania. There will be no return leg.The match is scheduled for 22 March, 18:00 hrs local time.The European Handball Federation confirmed the clubs’ decision.source: EHF Recommended for you 1 Comment But Veszprém had to play in Harkiv while there were fights on the streets …… f.ck off EHF . 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. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Zagreb’s anger on Veszprem: No fair play in Harkov – Handball anti-propaganda! “Fireman in Kyiv”: Serhiy Bebeshko to lead Ukraine motadk 8. March 2014. at 13:49 1 Comment UKRAINIAN HANDBALL REVOLUTION: Motor to TOP 16!
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BNSF says that it has teamed up with engineering and design company Energo to develop the fixtures, which are patent pending, and handling solutions to increase efficiency and drive down the logistics costs involved in moving wind turbine components.Using the same technology for ocean, rail, truck and storage will allow wind turbine blades to be transported without the need for attached fixtures, which have historically been both expensive and difficult to manage, claims BNSF. The universal rail features are designed to handle blades of all sizes, including increasingly longer blades, inside the clearance windows required, making rail a viable option versus truck.Multiple rail tests were conducted on wind blades over 45 m long at the Port of Corpus Christi, which BNSF explained showed a 35 percent improvement of “clearance envelope”, making rail a viable mode choice for almost any North American destination.The company also claims that its ocean blade stowage design will allow the number of blades carried per ship to be significantly increased. Testing of the ocean bulk ship blade stowage was completed at the Port of Houston, with a land-based test of the ocean system demonstrating the nesting capability, which BNSF says will allow for improved load factor for international transport and improve stowage rates by a minimum of 25 percent over existing configurations.Utilisation of the new fixture designs is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2015, and BNSF says that this innovation could make previously unattractive areas more viable for wind project development.John Billingsley, ceo of Tri Global Energy, commented on BNSF’s plans: “We are very encouraged by the investment and innovations BNSF Logistics is bringing to the wind energy sector. Reducing all-in project building costs is an essential goal in the highly competitive electric utility power generation industry.” A Spliethoff vessel carrying wind turbine blades. www.bnsflogistics.com
Related Topics2018 NBA PlayoffsBoston CelticsCavaliersCavsClevelandCleveland CavaliersNBATyron Lue Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42 CLEVELAND– Faced with trying to overcome another historic feat, Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue is unfazed heading into Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celtics.That isn’t terribly shocking, considering Lue was at the helm when the Cavs overcame a 3-1 deficit against the Golden State Warriors in the 2016 NBA Finals. The Cavs were the first team to overcome a 3-1 deficit, and now they are looking to become the first team to mount a comeback against the Celtics of this caliber.Boston has jumped out to 2-0 series leads 37 times before. They’ve won all 37 of those series.“That doesn’t bother me,” Lue said Saturday during his pregame media availability. “The games have to be played. They won two games on their home court, which we know they’ve been playing well all playoffs, but we’re not discouraged and we’re ready for Game 3. So, 0-2 doesn’t really mean anything.” It certainly helps to have LeBron James on your side. James has overcome 2-0 deficits two other times in his career– once against the Warriors in 2016, and the first time against the Detroit Pistons in the 2007 Eastern Conference Finals.Game 3 tips at 8:30 from Quicken Loans Arena. Ashley Bastock
Home » Disciplines News » Eventing News » World Breeding Eventing Championships take place this weekend Tags: Team Ireland Equestrian eventers head to Le Lion d’Angers (FRA) this weekend for the FEI WBFSH World Breeding Eventing Championships for Young Horses. Ireland will be represented in CCI 2* for 7 year old horses by nine combinations and in the CCI 1* for 6 year olds by two combinations. All Irish riders at Le Lion d’Angers will compete on Irish Sport Horses.On the showjumping circuit, Ireland will be represented at Helsinki (FIN), Tryon North Carolina (USA), Harrisburg Pennsylvania (USA), Odense (DEN), St Lo (FRA), Kronenberg (NED), Calgary Stampede Park (CAN) and Oliva Valencia (ESP).Elsewhere on the eventing circuit, Irish riders will compete at Aldon (GBR) and Lexington Kentucky (USA). In dressage, Ireland will be represented in the 3 star, Junior and Pony classes at Le Mans (FRA).This week in excess of 170 entries have been made for 65 Irish riders in international competition. Ireland will be represented in eight different countries this weekend, with the total number of entries made for Irish riders competing in FEI events surpassing the 6,100 mark, to date in 2016. All Irish international entries for this week’s shows are now available to view by clicking on the individual shows under ‘FEI Entries & Results’. Live links to results from this week’s shows are also available. Follow your Team Ireland Equestrian riders on the HSI website, Facebook (Team Ireland Equestrian) and Twitter (@TeamIRLEq). World Breeding Eventing Championships take place this weekend 19 October 2016, 12:25