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first_imgShareTweetShareShareEmail Related Items:buducnost, Gyor, handball fans ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsRK Buducnost Podgorica stayed out of Women’s EHF Champions League semi-final, what means that Montegrian champion won’t defend the title from the last year final. One of the dissapointed fan Almir Ajdarpasic (21) jumped off the “Blaz” bridge in river Moraca. Ajdarpasic remained healthy and successfully swam to shore. He said that his jump was motivated by dissapointment because of Buducnost’s defeat against Gyor in the decisive EHF CL clash. He was in the group of fans, which going home from “Moraca” hall…Last week accident happened during Hungarian derby between FTC and Gyor. 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. NBSC World Handball Coach 2019: Parrondo No.1 for the fans TOP 30 TRANSFERS 2018/2019 IN WOMEN’S HANDBALL: Leynaud No.1, Gyor, Brest, Bucharest and Rostov pick the best! Vipers Kristiansand seal trip to Budapest Click to comment Recommended for youlast_img read more

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first_imgJustice minister Shailesh Vara has assured MPs that the government’s heroism bill will not give immunity from civil liability for those causing injury through negligence.Vara came under repeated attack from both Conservative and Labour MPs yesterday during the third reading of the Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Public Bill in the commons.The legislation seeks to change the court’s attitude to deciding liability for lifesavers, voluntary groups and responsible business owners. It amends the wording of current laws so the court ‘must’ – rather than ‘may’ – have regard to whether the alleged negligence or breach of statutory duty occurred when the person was acting ‘for the benefit of society’.Vara was urged to define what is meant by the phrase ‘a generally responsible approach’ in deciding liability.He said: ‘The bill will help all those hard-working individuals, organisations and small businesses who do the right thing and adopt a responsible approach towards the safety of others in the course of an activity by ensuring that that is taken into account by the court in the event of a claim.‘It will help to discourage speculative and opportunistic claims, and give confidence to responsible employers—and others—to resist them.’Vara acknowledged that the legislation has been criticised by the legal profession but added that ‘this is not a bill aimed at pleasing lawyers’.The minister stressed that judges will still have discretion to decide the merits of cases and said it was wrong to give hypothetical examples of how the bill would work in practice.He did, however, outline a case in which the Cheshire fire service had been subject to legal action by someone who tripped over a hose – albeit Vara did not know if the case was successful.‘I do not know the outcome, but the fact that those people took legal action in the first place is the issue,’ he added.Shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan said the bill will ‘change little’ and was the wrong priority for the Ministry of Justice.‘He got his favourable media hit, and the rest is irrelevant,’ said Khan. ‘This treats the House with utter disrespect. Precious legislative time that could have gone on meaningful measures to change people’s lives for the better has been wasted.’The bill came under particularly unfavourable scrutiny from former solicitor general Sir Edward Garnier QC (pictured), a Conservative MP.He added: ‘Between now and the bill’s arrival in the other place, I urge ministers and the very bright lawyers and policy assistants at the MoJ to have another think about it. At the moment, it is a silly bill.’last_img read more

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first_img Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip MINNEAPOLIS — Wrestlers from across the state will hit the mats Thursday and Friday for the State Wrestling Tournament in Minneapolis.The team matches begin Thursday while the Individual matches will start Friday.The 5th seeded Foley Falcons will face the 4th seed Perham Yellow Jackets in the team match starting at 11:00 a.m. As for the Individuals, there are several local athletes representing central Minnesota:Royalton- Class A120- Jacob Leibold160- Jackson Held170- Lyle Zimmerman182- Marshall Meehl220- Jason Kasella- Took 3rd at state last yearSaylor Schmidt (Photo: Shannon Schmidt)Foley- Class AA113- Nate Garceau- Took 6th at state last year126- Cameron Kowitz138- John Dierkes145- Mitch Rothfork170- Justin Henry195-  Saylor Schmidt- Has been the state Runner- up the last 2 yearsHWT-  Mitch Trigg- Mitch is the returning state championPierz- Class AA120- Jake Andres- Making his 4th trip to the state tournament145- Brandon Tomala220- Carson HulsAlbany- Class AA182- Gabe Zierden- Took 6th at state last yearSt. Cloud Apollo- Class AA160- Brett KirchnerBecker- Class AA120- Lukas PaulsonSt. Cloud Tech- Class AAA126- Alex Kern145- Dallas Hooper160- Austin Brenner- Making his 5th state tournament appearance. Has placed in the Top 5 at state every year170- Graham Nistler220- Isaiah GreenSartell- Class AAA120- Jackson Penk126- Nick Pelach220- Cole Fibranz- Returning State ChampionSauk Rapids- Rice- Class AAA113- Jared SpohnYou can find the complete State Tournament Schedule and Brackets by CLICKING HERETownsquare Media Wrestling Reporter Rob Mehrwerth helped contribute to this story!Get the WJON App for Your Phone or TabletJared Spohn (Photo: Jodi Spohn) Auto (360p) 720p HD About Connatix V56892center_img About Connatix V56892 1/1 360p 1080p HDlast_img read more

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first_imgFrench organisation Team Vitality has established a multi-year partnership with computer peripherals company CORSAIR.The deal will see CORSAIR equip the organisation’s players with keyboards, headsets, mice, and other products. Image credit: Team VitalityRELATED: Team Vitality bolsters performance team with three additionsTeam Vitality will collaborate with its new partner to create “specially engineered” peripherals with competitive play in mind, according to a release. Nicolas Maurer, CEO of Team Vitality commented in a release: “This collaboration with the powerhouse CORSAIR marks another milestone for Team Vitality. Being able to sign a multi-year agreement with such an esteemed brand proves once again the growth of our sector. As esports viewership continues to rise, we are proud to be amongst the leaders pushing in this direction. “We’ve been glad to work professionally with CORSAIR on an ambitious project for both parties, built around a complete and multi-faceted activation plan. It was also important for us to be associated with a respected and reputable brand like CORSAIR to give our professional players the best performance possible, thanks to their very high-quality products.”RELATED: Team Vitality finds official supplier in AFFLELOU GroupCORSAIR joins adidas, Renault, Orange, AFFLELOU Group, Red Bull, and Quersus on Team Vitality’s list of partners. The peripheral brand is also partnered with the likes of beastcoast, FC Schalke 04 Esports, Team Envy, Method, BIG, Team Secret, and x-kom AGO.Lauren Premo, Director of Gaming Marketing at CORSAIR added: “We couldn’t be more excited to partner with the biggest name in French esports. Team Vitality has consistently demonstrated its championship pedigree with major victories in the world’s most spectated games, such as CS:GO, and we’re ready to cheer them on as they win even more using CORSAIR gear.”Esports Insider says: Peripheral partnerships aren’t anything new but we’ll have to see what else comes of this particular deal, especially with it spanning across multiple years, in the coming months. Team Vitality has been on a roll in recent months and this is another positive sign for the organisation.Subscribe to ESI on YouTubelast_img read more

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