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Slovenian Skier Ilka Štuhec Defend the Title of the World Champion in Downhill Skiing

A 28-year-old athlete from Slovenj Gradec, skier Ilka Štuhec, is a two-time world champion in downhill skiing. She has become the fifth athlete in the history of downhill skiing, who managed to defend the champion title. The competition was held in the Swedish Åre ski resort. Ilka Štuhec was ahead of the silver medallist, the

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Tim Mastnak Becomes the Snowboard World Vice-Champion

The Slovene Tim Mastnak became the snowboard world vice-champion (in parallel giant slalom category). The competition took place in Park City (USA). In its finals, the 28-year-old native of Celje lost the championship title to the 19-year-old Russian Dmitry Loginov. The bronze medal was won by the German Stefan Baumeister. The former world junior champion

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An Employee of the University of Maribor Participates in the Dakar Rally

An assistant from the Faculty of Energy Technology of the University of Maribor, Simon Marčič, again takes part in the Dakar Rally. The competition is held for the 41st time. Simon Marčič is the only representative of Slovenia. A new engine is installed in his motorcycle. Thus, he can expect a better result than in

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Students from the University of Ljubljana Take the Fourth Place at the World University Games in Basketball

Students from the University of Ljubljana took the fourth place at the 3×3 World University Games in Basketball. The best three-pointer was made by Maja Jakobčič. In the leader-board, the Slovenian female students followed their peers from Shingua University (China; 1st place), Vasyl Stefanik University (Ukraine; 2nd place) and Chinese Culture University (Taiwan; 3rd place).

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The Kayaking Federation of Slovenia Awards a Student of the University of Nova Gorica for High Sport Achievements

Nina Bizjak, a student of the Faculty of Business and Technology from the University of Nova Gorica, was awarded by the Kayaking Federation of Slovenia for her high sport achievements in the 2018 season in the cadet and junior category. The ceremony of awarding the best kayakers and canoeists of the country took place in

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Slovene Ema Kozin Is Announced to Be the Most Promising Young Boxer in the World

The WBU Boxing Association announced the Slovenian boxer Ema Kozin, the youngest world champion in two weight categories, to be the world’s best and most promising young boxer. This was reported by the STA Agency with reference to the athlete’s coaching staff. This award is the result of the work of her entire team for

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Goalkeeper from Atletico Madrid, Slovene Jan Oblak, Sets a New Record

Goalkeeper from Atletico Madrid, Slovene Jan Oblak, sets a new record: in 178 matches played for his team, he had 100 matches without goals. The teammates gave him a nickname “Wall” for his reliability. This record is unique not only for the history of Atletico Club, but also for the history of all European football.

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The Results of the 23rd Ljubljana Marathon: Over 20 Thousand Participants and New Sports Records

On Sunday, 28 October 2018, the 23rd traditional marathon ended in Ljubljana. A new record at the 42-kilometre distance was set by the Ethiopian Sisay Lemma Kasaye – 2 hours 4 minutes and 58 seconds. In the women’s standings, his success was complemented by the Kenyen Visiline Jepkesho with a result of 2 hours 22

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19-Year-Old Janja Garnbret Wins the World Cup in Sport Climbing for the Third Time in a Row

19-year-old Slovene Janja Garnbret has won the World Cup in Sport Climbing (lead climbing category) for the fourth time in her career and the third time in a row. The decisive stage of the competition was held in Wujiang (China). Competitions were held outdoors on an artificial wall. Due to the difficult weather conditions, the

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The Traditional Ljubljana Marathon Starts This Week

On Sunday, 28 October 2018, the 23rd Marathon engaging over 26 thousand participants will take place in Ljubljana. In total, 2,500 athletes will overcome the most difficult 42-kilometre distance. The Ljubljana Marathon is the largest traditional athletics event in the country. In 2017, it received a silver mark of quality from the Association of International

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