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Silver Bronze for NS on Day 14

first_imgShyanne Dolliver of Dartmouth won a silver medal for Nova Scotia at the 2007 Canada Games. The Special Olympics figure skater came from fifth place in the elements portion of her program, in front of a large Whitehorse crowd, to claim the medal. “I’m so happy. I can’t believe it,” said Dolliver. “I wish my mom were here!” In boxing action, Michael Gerrow of Sydney Mines secured his team’s third boxing medal, another bronze, with a loss to Daniel Désorcy of Quebec in the 69 kg category. Cameron Howatt of Windsor will fight for gold tonight, in advance of the medal presentations, and is assured of at least another silver medal for Nova Scotia. In other action, Karey-Beth Delory of Larrys River finished seventh overall in the novice singles event, while fencer Eric Dilcher lost in the men’s foil quarterfinal. The curling team beat New Brunswick 7-6 before losing 6-4 to Alberta in a tie-breaker. They will play for fifth place this evening. The women’s hockey team lost 6-1 to Manitoba and will play a placement game today. Alpine Ski wrapped up competition yesterday with a 14th-place finish from James Boudreau of Halifax, a 16th-place finish from Brendan Wilton, and an 18th-place finish from Colin MacPherson. Today is the final day for competition at the Games. For more results, visit the team’s website at ns.canadagames.ca . Team Nova Scotia 2007 has 290 members — 213 athletes, 36 coaches, 23 managers, three artists and 15 mission staff. The Canada Games is the country’s largest amateur multi-sport event. More than 3,600 athletes, coaches and managers are gathering in Whitehorse to compete for 1,122 medals in 22 sports from Feb. 23 to March 10.last_img read more

EHF F4 BLOG Antonio Carlos Ortega The people wanted handball

← Previous Story Atletico Madrid – THW Kiel in the Final of the VELUX EHF F4!!! Next Story → AG Kobenhavn wins third place! SEMIFINALS:The atmosfere in Arena was incredible, The people wanted handball…..The first semifinal, it was not an easy match for Kiel. Kiel’s defense played 5:1 keeping the center behind double pivot, and this made it really difficult for Fuchse Berlin and only find some solutions playing with two pivots and without left wing in the last minutes of first half.Fuchse Berlin was defendíng 6:0, Heinevetter hadn’t had his day and with Petr Stochl getting into his place there was a bigreaction until the end.At The begining of second half THW Kiel started with 6:0 defence  but changed in few minutes. But Fuchse Berlín made a strong push and the last 15 minutos were a big battle where finally Kiel won in the final minutes of the match.The second semifinal was a great match too, not a great handball but lots of emotion from both sides. Atlético Madrid played with all his players with the same rhythm and perhaps the match was too difficult in the end for AG Kobenhavn to contain.Sterbic was very good in the second half and proved of vital importance to Atletico’s victory, as well as Lazarov’s 11 goals.The referees were neutral in the matches, and with high level of arbitrage. atletico madridchampions leagueFuchse BerlinKielkobenhavnortega read more