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Bulgaria and Serbia members for WWPC

first_imgBucharest, Romania-based Holleman is regarded as a leading company in heavy transport industry in the Romanian and Eastern European markets. The company has celebrated a decade of activity in the Romanian market, moving oversized and heavy transportation domestically or internationally, project cargo and/or industrial transfers.The WWPC is a leading global franchise network for project cargo forwarders and this appointment is a significant growth in representation for network in the East European market.last_img read more

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MCC Jayhawks volleyball team drop huge lead, fall to GRCC in five sets

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We will try not to show you such ads again. $19.38 By Dave HartLocalSportsJournal.comMUSKEGON – At the end of the night one of two very good volleyball teams had to lose its first conference match of the season.Unfortunately that team was Muskegon Community College, which dropped a 3-2 heartbreaker to archrival Grand Rapids Community College in a showdown on Thursday.No. 15 Emily Pieczynski slips a shot over the net for MCC. Photo/Leo ValdezThe Jayhawks jumped out to a 2-0 set lead before falling in the final three sets at Bartels-Rode Gymnasium.MCC dropped to 10-6 overall and 5-1 on the season. They Jayhawks are now in second place in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association Western Conference standings, one game behind GRCC.“In the first half (of the match) we forced them to make a lot of mistakes and we played pretty well, but in the second half they limited their mistakes and we started making mistakes,” said MCC Coach Rick Rykse. “I think the players thought going up 2-0 was good enough to win, but I told them at the break that this match is far from over.”The Jayhawks needed to come from behind several times during the first set, trailing 10-7 and 19-14.But MCC closed with an exciting 11-4 run, mostly due to a strong service run by Fruitport graduate Sammi Hockstra, and grabbed a 25-23 win.In the second set the Jayhawks took an early 4-3 lead and never looked back, cruising to a 25-15 victory. Ashly Schuitema (Western Michigan Christian) and Lindsey Jacobs (Ravenna) had strong service runs for MCC while Rachel Brown (Whitehall) provided strong play at the net.But everything went downhill for MCC after the second set.No. 4 Jordyn Vilneff, No. 12 Alysia Folkersma and No. 10 Brooke Day get ready at the net for MCC. Photo/Leo ValdezThe Raiders never trailed during the third set and got back in the match with 25-16 victory.GRCC tied the match 2-2 after closing the fourth set with a 14-5 run and winning 25-23. The Raider rally wiped out an 18-11 Jayhawks lead.The Jayhawks scored the first point of the fifth and deciding set, but never led again. The Raiders scored the next five points on a service run by Olivia Reams, then cruised to a 15-8 victory.Mona Shores graduate Kennedy Potts played a key role in the deceive set for GRCC, scoring four straight service points down the stretch.“It was really cool to come home to see my family,” said Potts, who ended the night with 11 digs. “The team started out a little slow but we found that extra spark. We picked up the intensity, which is really important.”The Raiders were led by Lauren Wieber with 13 kills.Brown paced MCC with 14 kills while Jacobs had 36 assists and 16 digs. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again.last_img read more

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Vida Anim: Ghana must settle me

first_imgLeading female athlete and hitherto one of Ghana´s Olympic medal hopeful at the on going Beijing Olympic Games, Vida Anim has opened a rather a sorry page in her relationship with the Ghana Amateur Athletics Association (GAAA).Vida threatened to sit out of the 200m women’s final in which she had qualified, explaining her threat as a result of unfulfilled obligations on the part of team officials.True to her word, Vida was missing from the line-up, leaving no doubt she had seen through her threat.She was however to explain later that it was an injury that took her out of the race.Speaking to Asempa Sports from Beijing in a phone interview, she told host Christopher Opoku, that she pulled a hamstring during a warm up minutes before the event.She insisted that only the injury knocked her out of the race and not the issues she raised concerning her allowances. However, Vida also maintained that the GAAA owed her sums to the tune of US$6000. This was the expenditure she said she incurred during the camping of Ghanaian athletes in Germany.She said, Mr. Sandy Osei Agyeman, Chairman GAAA stood surety for the money. The actual amount was US$8000, but she has since been paid US$2000.Commenting on the denial of the Sports Ministry of any such claim, Vida Anim said she was dismayed, because Mr. Osei Agyeman had requested for the receipts, which she e-mailed to him. She added that, the original receipts have been shown to the Ghanaian officials at Beijing.Nevertheless, Vida Anim complained about the age-old problem of proper preparation towards major events. She blamed Ghana’s embarrassing performance at the Beijing Olympic Games on poor planning and threw a challenge to the authorities to put proper measures in place for athletes to see what results could be produced.Vida Anim also affirmed her determination to continue competing for the nation. Story by Jerry Mordy (Asempa FM)last_img read more

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