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Slovenian Cyclists Show Excellent Results at the Three-week Bicycle Races in Spain

Slovenian cyclist Primož Roglič went down in history as the 60th winner of La Vuelta – the 3-week road bicycle racing in Spain. In the overall team standing, Slovenia became the 20th country in history to be the winner of the three-week races. According to their coach Andrej Hauptman, Primož Roglič proved to be an

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Slovene Jan Oblak Is One of the World’s Five Best Goalkeepers

The International Association of Professional Football Players (FIFPro) has announced a list of 55 candidates for the best squad in 2019. The largest number of candidates are from Barcelona (11) and the winner of the Champions League – Liverpool (4). The widest representation belongs to the English Premier League (21 players). The list of candidates

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Slovenian Judokas Become Gold and Bronze Medal Winners of the World Cup in Zagreb

Slovenian judokas Tina Trstenjak and Ana Velenšek won gold and bronze medals at the World Cup Grand Prix tournament in Zagreb. The 2016 Olympic champion 28-year-old Tina Trstenjak (Z’dežele Sankaku club) confidently won in the weight category of up to 63 kilograms. In the final fight, she got the upper hand over the two-time Asian

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Slovene Klara Lukan Becomes European Champion in the 5,000-Metres Race Among Juniors

The 18-year-old Slovene Klara Lukan won the 5,000-metre race at the European Athletics U20 Championships in the Swedish city of Borås. Her result was 16 minutes and 3.62 seconds. Thus, she set a new national record among juniors in the age category of up to 20 years. Klara Lukan is a native of Novo Mesto,

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Slovene Gregor Selak Wins the Bronze at the Paraclimbing World Championships

At the Paraclimbing World Championships in France, a native of Škofja Loka, Gregor Selak, has won a bronze medal for the third year in a row. Performing in the RP3 movement restriction category, Gregor Selak repeated his last year’s success in Innsbruck and the year before last – in Paris. It should be noted that

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The Slovenes Win Gold at the Fire and Rescue Sport Championship in Switzerland

Young Slovenian firefighters from the PGD Zbilje Club won gold medals at the 22nd Youth Championship in Fire and Rescue Sport in Switzerland being ahead of 55 teams from more than 20 countries. This was announced by the Chairman of the PGD Zbilje Club Saša Ciglar in his interview with 24ur.com. It took the Slovenes

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Pupils from Basic Schools of Maribor Win 4 Medals at the International School Games in Ufa (RF)

In Ufa (Bashkortostan, Russia), the 54th International School Games were held with about 1,200 young athletes (aged 12 to 15 years) from 85 cities in 30 countries of the world. At the competition, Slovenia was represented by schoolchildren from Maribor, Slovenj Gradec, Velenje, Celje, Ravne na Koroškem, Šentilj, and Pesnica. In total, 22 pupils from

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Young Slovenian Kayakers Become the World Vice-champions

Slovenian kayakers, Niko Testen, Žan Jakše and Vid Kuder Marušič, won silver medals in the age category of up to 23 at the World Championships in Aquatic Sports (white water slalom) among cadets and juniors in Krakow, Poland. French kayakers, Mathurin Madore, Malo Quemenur and Pol Oulhen, became the world champions. Spaniards, David Llorente, Unai

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Slovene Kristjan Čeh Becomes the European Champion in Discus Throwing

Slovene Kristjan Čeh has become the champion of Europe in discus throwing among juniors (under the age of 23 years old). At the competitions in Sweden, following the results of six episodes, he set a new national record of 63.82 metres. In the struggle for gold, he beat German Clemens Prüfer, who showed the result

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A Student from the Faculty of Economics of the University of Ljubljana Wins a Silver Medal at the European Games

A student from the Faculty of Economics of the University of Ljubljana, Tjaša Ristić, won a silver medal at the European Games in Minsk, Belorussia. During the final fight in the weight category of up to 61 kilograms, the Slovenian karateka yielded the championship to a Ukrainian athlete, Anita Seryogina. In the semifinals, the Slovene

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