first_imgA title champions league is better than a world title.I wonder if the technical world champion was a European team. What would be the result? HC Rostov Don and Ambros Martin part ways! Related Items:2013 handball, Ambros Martin, ambros martin best handball coach 201 Russian girls together in EHF week, Martin: We will practice as it was planned He made that Hungarian dreams became true. Spanish coach Ambros Martin is the World’s Best coach in Women’s handball in 2013! In traditional contest of, head-coach of Hungarian TOP team and EHF CL winner, Gyor, has got the biggest support from 12 members of the international Jury and 11.701 votes of the fans worldwide.Martin made the biggest success in the history of one of the best teams of the last decade – took the trophy of the Women’s EHF Champions League last season in the final clashes against Larvik HK.The winnner in 2012 was Hungarian NT coach in that time – Norwegian coach Karl Erik Bohn, while in 2011 Thorir Hergeirsson was the best. RESULTSVOTING PROCESSHandball-Planet team want to thank all media, teams, TOP players, coaches and handball fans worlwide for making our project so big this year!photo: GYOR website Ambros Martin is fired: “He can now focus on his second team” 1 Comment ShareTweetShareShareEmail ShareTweetShareShareEmailComments 1 Comment Luiz Gustavo 8. January 2014. at 15:10 Recommended for you 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.last_img read more

Kiwanis Club Of Los Alamos President Cheryl Pongratz Zooming Out With A Flourish!

first_imgOutgoing Kiwanis President Cheryl Pongratz, top row, 4th from left, is congratulated by Kiwanians on her year of leadership during a Zoom meeting Tuesday. Courtesy photoKIWANIS News:During last Tuesday’s meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Los Alamos the zooming Kiwanians congratulated outgoing president Cheryl Pongratz on her year of leadership.Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Morrie Pongratz formally installed new officers and Board of Director members. Cheryl was the President of the Kiwanis Club of Los Alamos from October 2019 through September 2020. Her term ended Tuesday as Steve Boerigter was installed as the next Kiwanis president.Pongratz also installed new board members Betsy Hemphill, Deb Huling and Dick Martin.John Arrowsmith, Don Casperson, Dennis Gill and Lorraine Hartway continued on the Board of Directors. Louise Mendius and Cindy Eaton will continue servicing Kiwanis as board Secretary and Treasurer respectively. Don Siebe was installed as Second Vice-president and Doug Hemphill as President-elect.Despite COVID challenges during the year, Cheryl kept meetings on track using Zoom. She led an effort to document on their website the policies and procedures for administering the many Kiwanis service projects.During Cheryl’s term Kiwanians contributed more than 3,000 hours of community service. Kiwanis also donated more than $20,000 in scholarships, Science Fair and breakfasts for foster children and their families.Kiwanis Service Leadership Programs include K-Kids Clubs at Aspen, Barranca and Chamisa, two Builders Clubs at the middle school and Key Club at Los Alamos High School. Key Clubbers also had more than 1,200 hours of service.Kiwanis membership grew by 15 percent during Pongratz’s term.last_img read more

ACL adds first G4 con-ro

first_imgAtlantic Star will sail from China on October 31, 2015 and will join the company’s transatlantic service in December. The vessel will be christened in Liverpool, UK. The remaining four G4 vessels will be delivered during the first half of 2016Atlantic Star is the largest con-ro vessel ever built, claims ACL. The ships will replace ACL’s existing fleet of G3 ships currently operating on its transatlantic service. The G4s are larger, greener and more efficient than their predecessors. The container-carrying capacity of the G4 is more than doubled at 3,800 teu, plus a car capacity of over 1300 vehicles.There is 28,900 sq m of space allocated for ro-ro cargoes; the vessel’s ro-ro ramps are wider and shallower, while the ro-ro decks now measure 7.4 m high, enabling easier loading and discharge of oversized cargo.Atlantic Star will be registered in the UK. ACL’s current schedule and port rotation will be maintained until all five G4 vessels are in service. During the second quarter of 2016 ACL will announce a new G4 schedule. www.aclcargo.comlast_img read more