“Tunisian hammer” Amine Bannour to Dinamo Bucuresti!

first_imgRecommended for you ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsCertainly one of the best shooter of African handball, Tunisian right back Amine Bannour, will try once again to surive in the European handball. The 28-years old lefthander joined Romanian champions HC Dinamo Bucuresti, where he will have chance to play at the VELUX EHF Champions League in the upcoming season.Bannour’s contract with French Chambery Savoie was terminate after he was betting, what is strictly forbidden by French rules.Bannour played at Club Africain Tunis 2010-2012, Mudhar Club 2012, Etoile du Sahel 2013, Al Sadd 2014-2017, Chambery 2017-2018…Dinamo Bucuresti signed also right wing from BiH, Muhamed Zulfic. Click to comment Mohamed Mamdouh and Stefan Vujic for stronger HC Dinamo Bucuresti 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. Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc Handball suspends Amine Bannour Dinamo Bucharest defeated in Constanta ShareTweetShareShareEmail Related Items:Amine Bannour, HC Dinamo Bucurestilast_img read more

USAT bonds further with Athletes for a Fit Planet

first_img Related USA Triathlon (USAT) has extended its partnership with Athletes for a Fit Planet through 2010, supporting a commitment to implement programmes that preserve natural resources and protect the environment via its GoGreen initiative.An official supplier and USAT GoGreen partner for the second consecutive year, FitPlanet is a leading provider of environmental services to organisers of athletic events across North America, including multisport, running, cycling and walking events.”USA Triathlon is thrilled to be partnered with FitPlanet once again in 2010,” said USAT CEO Skip Gilbert. “Environmentally sound practices are important to our membership, and we continually strive to make our national events as sustainable and green as possible. FitPlanet has been an invaluable resource in reaching these goals, and I encourage all race directors to take the FitPlanet Pledge of Sustainability.”As a key part of this partnership, USAT has taken FitPlanet’s Pledge of Sustainability for the 2010 Age Group, Elite and Sprint National Championship in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Other event directors can follow suit and gain access to the FitPlanet Resource Center that includes an online how-to manual for ‘greening’ their event, a green business directory, access to a monthly webcast and other useful resources that enable them to cost-effectively go green.To qualify to display the Pledge of Sustainability logo on the race website, a race director must agree to implement a minimum of 9 out of 26 possible criteria. Similar to USAT’s Age Group, Elite and Sprint National Championship events, races that meet the criteria will be listed in FitPlanet’s Green Events Directory, which provides athletes with detailed information about the race including the specific criteria the event organiser has pledged to implement.The FitPlanet Green Events Directory is linked to usatriathlon.org.”FitPlanet is excited to be partnering with USAT again this year to provide both race directors and triathletes with resources and information for creating more sustainable events,” said Bruce Rayner, Chief Green Officer at Athletes for a Fit Planet. “The fact that the USAT has taken the Pledge of Sustainability for the 2010 Age Group, Elite and Sprint National Championship in Tuscaloosa this September is testament to its commitment to environmental responsibility.”www.usatriathlon.org www.afitplanet.comlast_img read more

M7 acquires first major brownfield regeneration project

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Most read: 09.01.09

first_imgStay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our community Subscribe now for unlimited accesslast_img read more

2019 FIBA World Cup: Nwora Reacts As D’Tigers Qualify As First In Africa (AUDIO)

first_imgD’Tigers have qualified as the number one team in Group F and also Africa despite their last game’s defeat to Senegal by 63 to 84 points.Nigeria’s point guard, Ikenna Iroegbu scored 23 points, 6 assists and 6 rebounds to finish the qualification series on a high while Captain, Ike Diogu had 10 points, 6 dribbles and 7 rebounds on the night.Despite the superior statistics against the Senegalese, (11-7 steals, 20-16 assists and more 21.4 points from turnovers as against 12.5 points made by their opponents), Nigeria lost the encounter due to inaccurate shooting.Irrespective of the defeat which was Nigeria’s second during the last window, the team still finished top in group F as well as in Africa.In his post-match reaction, Nwora said the team would have loved to finish the qualifiers on a high with a win, but it did not go as expected.“I know for sure that it’s not what we expected. We came here to remain undefeated but as God will have it,  we did not achieve that goal but we still finished top because of the previous window. We just had problems scoring and we also did not defend well, but I am proud of the guys.”With the absence of some key members of the team coupled with the limited time frame for preparation, Nwora reckoned that it was likely to be a tough journey.“Our scorers were unable to make it. We just had to get the guys that were available late and they gave their best.He congratulated the team for a job well done describing it as mission accomplished after emerging as the winner of the African series.“I am proud that we are still number 1 in Africa and also in our group.”With Nigeria and Senegal tied on 22 points, Nigeria nicked the top spot with superior points difference against their arch rival.Although Senegal defeated Nigeria by 21pts on Sunday, Nigeria got the job done in Lagos when they inflicted a 28 point defeat on them. In Group E, Tunisia is first with 22 pts ahead of Angola with 21ptsNigeria will be berthing in China as the winner of the FIBA World Cup African qualifiers zone with a superior points difference of +268 as against Tunisia had +264 in Group E.Related2019 FIBA WC: D’Tigers On The Brink After 81-94 Loss To ArgentinaSeptember 2, 2019In “BasketBall”FIBA WCQ: D’Tigers Reaffirm Dominance Against CARFebruary 25, 2019In “BasketBall”2019 FIBA World Cup: Real Reason I Picked My Son Jordan – D’Tigers Coach Alex Nwora (AUDIO)August 28, 2019In “BasketBall”last_img read more