29/05/16

What a game!!

KIELCE TURN NINE-GOAL DEFICIT INTO FIRST TITLE ON PENALTIES



What a thriller, what a rollercoaster, what an atmosphere in LANXESS arena. In one of the most remarkable EHF Champions League Finals, KS Vive Tauron Kielce not only took their first ever trophy, but also became the first Polish Champions League winners as well as the first team to win a final of this competition after a penalty shoot-out.

At 45 minutes Kielce were down by nine goals, before they cheated the gallows, closed the gap and had the chance to decide the match in regular time, but failed.

Then their goalkeeping duo of Slawomir Szmal (against Mirsad Terzic) and Marin Sego (against Gasper Marguc) saved two crucial penalties in the shoot-out, before Julen Aguinagalde hammered the deciding penalty in for the final score of 39:38 – making the yellow army in the stands go wild.
"Veszprem got better into the game. Their defence and offence were just better than ours," said Krzysztof Lijewski after the historic win. "But they forgot that my club is always playing until the end no matter what."

"It put the cherry on the cake. I'm very proud of my team, my club and myself. I waited for so long for this title."

Thus, Talant Dujshebaev is the second coach ever to win the EHF Champions League with two different teams after steering Ciudad Real to three titles in 2006, 2008 and 2009. It is the first time he has claimed the trophy at a VELUX EHF FINAL4 event however, in his fifth appearance at Cologne.

Kielce’s win earns Uros Zorman his fourth title after 2004 (Celje), 2008 and 2009 (Ciudad Real).


After winning this trophy with Kiel in 2010 and 2012, Tobias Reichmann not only takes his third Champions League title, but crowns a brilliant season in which he also became EHF EURO champion with Germany in January.

For Veszprém it is a disappointing third loss of three Champions League Finals since 2002 and 2015. They continue the unlucky story of Hungarian EHF Champions League finalists this season, as Györi Audi ETO KC also lost the final of the women’s competition in a penalty shoot-out, against CSM Bucuresti earlier in May.

Final: KS Vive Tauron Kielce (POL) vs MVM Veszprém (HUN) 39:38 (13:17, 29:29, 35:35)

In a combative defensive battle through the first half, the Hungarian side beat their opponents using their weapons most effectively, including a rock solid defensive wall backed by goalkeeper Roland Mikler.

Coach Talant Dujshebaev replaced semi-final hero Slawomir Szmal quite early with Marin Sego – but the goalkeeping position remained Kielce’s weakness before the break.

After an initial lead of 3:0, Veszprém extended the distance to four goals at 11:7 (minute 19) for the first time. The Hungarian record champions were better in all departments early on, including support from their fans, who made it almost a home-match atmosphere for their team.

Intermediately Kielce managed to reduce the gap to 12:13, but the difference was again four goals at the break after centre back Aron Palmarsson netted inside the last 10 seconds of the half.

The Polish champions tried everything when the second period began, but could not break their opponents’ defensive wall.

Kielce were hit still harder when Lijewski had to leave the court with a thigh injury – their second injured right back after Denis Buntic was ruled out for the whole FINAL4.

At 21:15 the distance had increased to six goals, and Dujshebaev was forced to take a time-out after only nine minutes of the half when Veszprém profited from two more turnovers to pull ahead 23:16.

It seemed as though the resistance of Kielce’s players was broken, while Veszprém fans had started singing their winning chants with 15 minutes still left on the clock and their team leading 28:19.

But then, when all seemed to be said and done, Veszprém lost their rhythm, their faith, their confidence – simply everything.
"I am in quite a shock, feeling so mad, so sad," said Palmarsson. "[I] can’t believe what happened. We had already won that match and everybody knew we won it. But then – I cannot describe what I feel."

Szmal started to make more saves and the Polish side scored four consecutive goals to decrease the score line to 23:28, and their fans responded as Veszprém became nervous.

When Zorman netted to close the gap to just one goal at 27:28, the arena was a madhouse. Karol Bielecki scored the ninth straight Kielce goal for the equaliser at 28:28, and all the momentum was behind the team in yellow.

Only goalkeeper Mirko Alilovic kept their hopes alive by saving two penalties, off Bielecki and Manuel Strlek.

When Laszlo Nagy scored for 29:28 – Veszprém’s only goal in the last 16 minutes – the gate to a Hungarian team victory was ajar again.
But with a buzzer beater from Lijewski, who returned to the court for the dying minutes, the stage was set for the second ever extra time in a VELUX EHF FINAL4 Final – and the second in the 2016 edition after the Veszprém-Kiel semi-final on Saturday.

After the first period of five minutes Veszprém were ahead 33:32, then Kielce turned it around, leading 35:34, before Cristian Ugalde equalised again, sending the match to a penalty shoot-out.

In the penalty shoot-out, only Ivan Cupic missed for Kielce when his compatriot Alilovic saved his shot. Both Marguc and Terzic failed for Veszprém, handing the trophy to the Polish team.

In: http://www.ehfcl.com/
TEXT: Bjorn Pazen / cg

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Motivação


26/05/16

CRIANÇAS TOMAM CONTA DO DRAGÃO NO PRIMEIRO FIM DE SEMANA DE JUNHO


Roadshow Dragon Force é o destaque entre várias atividades dedicadas aos mais jovens

O Dia Mundial da Criança assinala-se no primeiro dia de junho, mas no FC Porto as comemorações prolongam-se ao longo de cinco dias. O grande destaque da programação é o Roadshow Dragon Force, que vai decorrer no fim de semana de 4 e 5, com um conjunto de atividades dirigidas aos mais novos de acesso livre para todos poderem experimentar.

No dia 4, entre as 15 e as 20h00, e no dia 5, entre as 10 e as 13h00 e as 15 e as 19h00, na praça envolvente do Estádio do Dragão, entre muita animação, há propostas para as crianças experimentarem futebol e andebol de rua, street basket e hóquei em patins.

Nesse mesmo fim de semana, o recinto portista estará de portas abertas a todos os que quiserem assistir à Taça dos Campeões, a prova que coloca frente a frente as várias equipas de competição do Dragon Force. E ali bem perto, em frente à Academia de Bilhar, decorrerão atividades de Footbilliard, no âmbito da Taça da Europa de Clubes, que terá lugar no Dragão Caixa.

As comemorações do Dia Mundial da Criança estendem-se também ao Museu FC Porto​, onde entre 1 e 5 de junho as visitas são gratuitas para todas as crianças até aos 12 anos, desde que sejam acompanhadas por adultos portadores de bilhetes Tour Museu e/ou Tour Museu + Estádio. No primeiro dia do mês, o Museu recebe uma oficina aberta e terá também um programa de animação dirigido não só aos mais pequenos como a toda a família.

In: http://www.fcporto.pt/

25/05/16

60HORAS DE ANDEBOL DE PRAIA - ESPINHO 2016 - 15ª EDIÇÃO

60HORAS DE ANDEBOL DE PRAIA

ESPINHO 2016

PRAIA MARBELO - 5 A 7 DE AGOSTO DE 2016

O que deves fazer para inscreveres JÁ a tua equipa?

- Enviar um mail para paulomarkscosta@gmail.com com o comprovativo do pagamento da inscrição;
- neste mail, além do comprovativo, deves colocar: NOME DA EQUIPA; ESCALÃO EM QUE QUERES COMPETIR; MASC OU FEM; NOME DO RESPONSÁVEL E CONTACTO.


REGULAMENTO E INSCRIÇÕES
1. ESCALÕES: Os actuais para a época 2015/2016, tanto no masculino como no feminino. Cada equipa deve ter no mínimo 6 atletas e no máximo 10.
2. ALOJAMENTO: 
2.1. Os participantes podem optar por uma das seguintes soluções: ficar na Praia Marbelo, junto do recinto de jogos, ou no Parque Municipal de Campismo de Espinho. 
2.2.Para ficarem no Parque de Campismo devem enviar um mail até dia 30 de Junho para: paulomarkscosta@gmail.com com o nome e escalão da equipa; número de pessoas e tendas, bem como o contato da pessoa responsável.  Este mail apenas serve para a organização certificar a Vossa equipa e assim, terem direito aos descontos praticados pelo Parque de Campismo para grupos desportivos.
Qualquer assunto relacionado com o Parque de Campismo, devem contatar Luís Canelas: 917831369.
3.1. INSCRIÇÕES: feitas através de Lista de Participantes e entregues no Secretariado da prova 3H antes do 1º jogo, com cópia de todos os BI's. No caso de algum participante não ser atleta federado, devem entregar o Termo de Responsabilidade devidamente preenchido, acompanhado da cópia do BI.
Tanto a Lista de Participantes como os Termos de Responsabilidade serão enviados após o pagamento da inscrição e envio do e-mail de comprovativo.
3.2. As equipas vencedoras da edição de 2015, devem enviar o e-mail a confirmar a inscrição até 30 de Junho. Após esta data, só se podem inscrever, pagando a taxa em vigor no mês de Março.
3.3. Todos os mails são enviados para paulomarkscosta@gmail.com.
3.2. PREÇOS POR EQUIPA
- ATÉ 31 MARÇO 2015 - 50 EUROS
- ATÉ 30 ABRIL 2015 - 65 EUROS
- ATÉ 29 MAIO 2015 - 80 EUROS
- ATÉ 30 JUNHO 2015 - 90 EUROS
- Taxa Especial de Última Hora: de 01 de Julho a 31 de Julho de 2015 - 100 EUROS
Os pagamentos devem ser feitos através do nib: 003502550017079570061 (CG DEPÓSITOS) e enviado comprovativo para o e-mail: paulomarkscosta@gmail.com
3.2.1. A desistência após o pagamento da taxa de inscrição implica a não devolução da mesma pela organização.
4.1. REGRAS
– ADOPTADAS PELA EHF PARA A MODALIDADE.
– NÃO SE ADMITEM NOMES DE EQUIPAS MENOS PRÓPRIOS.
4.2. DISCIPLINA E CRITÉRIOS DE DESEMPATE:
– REGENTES PELO REGULAMENTO GERAL E DE DISCIPLINA DA FAP.
- A ORGANIZAÇÃO TEM O DIREITO DE EXCLUIR EQUIPAS/ATLETAS QUE NÃO CUMPRAM COM AS REGRAS ACIMA DESCRITAS.
5. ARBITRAGEM:
- INSCREVE-TE COMO ÁRBITRO OFICIAL DO 60HORAS E RECEBE UMA BONIFICAÇÃO POR PARTE DA ORGANIZAÇÃO (CONTACTAR DIRECTAMENTE PAULO COSTA – 919126448).
- ALÉM DOS ÁRBITROS OFICIAIS DO EVENTO, CADA EQUIPA DEVE INDICAR NO MÍNIMO UM DOS ELEMENTOS COMO ÁRBITRO.
TOLERÂNCIA: 3 MINUTOS/ MÍNIMO 6 JOGADORES
5.1. BOLAS E EQUIPAMENTOS:
- CADA EQUIPA DEVE APRESENTAR ANTES DO JOGO UMA BOLA NA MESA DO CAMPO DE JOGO.
- OS EQUIPAMENTOS SÃO OS REGULAMENTADOS PELA FAP PARA A MODALIDADE.
6. PRÉMIOS:
- TAÇA FAIR PLAY (IMPLICA A PARTICIPAÇÃO GRÁTIS NO PRÓXIMO ANO)
- PRÉMIOS PARA OS TRÊS PRIMEIROS CLASSIFICADOS POR ESCALÃO
- PRÉMIO JOGADOR/A MAIS ESPECTACULAR DO 60HORAS
- PRÉMIO GUARDA-REDES MAIS ESPECTACULAR DO 60HORAS
NOTA: Caso as condições climatéricas não permitam a realização do evento na data determinada, o fim-de-semana seguinte é a data prevista.
Paulo Costa
00351919126448

16/09/13

What we should look for...


1. Excellent physical abilities – with good stamina
2. Flexible defence systems - mostly zone defence with variations
3. Simple moves in attack - high level in technique and tactic
4. Quick transition stage – between defence and attack
5. Well skilled individuals - traditional and modern elements

04/09/13

PRE-SEASON: Plyometric Training / Integrated training

Athletes from a wide range of sports use plyometric training to help them reach peak physical condition.Used correctly, it can be a highly effective form of power training, especially when combined with a suitable strength training program.

Example of integrated training in pre-season - circuit training:



















27/08/13

Barcelona no Encamp

Com 3 sessões diárias aí está a pre-season do FC Barcelona:
FOTO: ALEX CAPARRÓS - FCB
FOTO: ALEX CAPARRÓS - FCB
FOTO: ALEX CAPARRÓS - FCB
FOTO: ALEX CAPARRÓS - FCB



IMPRESSIONS FROM THE FINAL DAY OF THE WOMEN'S 17 EHF EURO e PORTUGAL SHINE IN POLAND

The Women's 17 EHF EURO in Poland has come to a close with Sweden winning gold for the first time in the event's history.
Defending champions Russia this time had to settle for silver, while the Danish squad celebrated bronze.
Present at each match day were tournament photographers Jakub Gucma and Grzegorz Trzpil who once more captured the best emotions of the tournament's final matches - have a look at our photo gallery below.
Also become a fan of the European Handball Federation's Women's EHF EURO Facebook page for more photos and to keep up to date with all the latest developments in European women's national team handball.

PORTUGAL SHINE IN POLAND


One of the biggest surprise packages at the Women's 17 EHF EURO 2013 in Poland is the team from Portugal which advanced to the semi-final where they will meet Russia (Friday, 23 August, 20:30 hrs - watch it on the live stream)
The team of head coach Sandra Fernandes secured their spot among the last 4 with a 21:20 main round victory against Montenegro already on Tuesday (20 August) - with then four points in their account they could afford losing against Denmark 21:38 on Wednesday.
"I'm proud of my team, they show good handball and fight until the final whistle. They were fantastic against Montenegro.
"This team never gives up and you will never see negative emotions in these girls," said Fernandes.
However, Fernandes still vividly remembers how narrowly they fought their way through the group phase.
They lost against Poland and drew with Spain. A four-goal victory against Romania (25:21) was then just enough to advance as Spain and Portugal both finished with three points in their account - but while Portugal had a goal difference of "0", Spain was left with "-1".
"We had to win with four goals and did it," said Fernandes after the match against Romania.
The added bonus: By advancing to the final tournament's main round, Portugal automatically secured their spot at next year's Youth World Championship for which the top 11 ranked teams from the Women's 17 EHF EURO qualify directly.
Patricia Rodrigues, who netted 32 times already, is Portugal's best scorer. Her outstanding performance was a key factor in the win against Montenegro.
"We believed all the time that we can advance. We have been working hard for these results," she said.


OPEN SEASON

Uma vez que a experiência do http://www.andeboldepraia.blogspot.com/ tem sido profícua, resolvi criar um blogue, que sem pretenciosismos, vá dando uma visão do que se passa lá por fora, não me limitando à língua portuguesa, mas abrindo fronteiras: one world, one hand, handball!
O andebol luso terá também aqui um espaço para atletas, técnicos, árbitros, oficiais, e claro está o trajecto das equipas nacionais.
Será um espaço para todos participarem a nível global, mas com uma base direccional para os treinadores de andebol.

Paulo Costa