ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsFrance will try to defend the title of the European champions in Denmark. The reigning winners from Paris 2018 will try to beat Norway at Women’s EHF EURO 2020 Final in Herning.In the replay of the Women’s World Championship 2017 Final, two teams will meet on Sunday on 18.00 hrs. The French national broadcaster TF1 will show the match who has been seen by 700.000 viewers.Mandatory Credit © Anze Malovrh / kolektiff Click to comment By Editor Posted on 19. December 2020. Related Items: ShareTweetShareShareEmail Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Index categoryFINAL ON “BIG SCREEN”: French handball euphoria on TF 1
Though live concerts are a rarity these days, Aqueous was able to give fans the next best thing: a live album. On Monday, the Buffalo-bred jam quartet released Live! From Philadelphia September Eighteen ’20, culled from their first of two livestreams at Ardmore Music Hall this past fall.Even though Aqueous joined soundboard service Nugs back in 2017, that hasn’t stopped the group from releasing live albums. Since then, the band has put out three live albums including Element Pt. III: Best of Color Wheel Tour, a compilation of live tracks taken from their 2018 tour in support of their latest studio effort.Related: Aqueous Shares “Jump” Cover In Memory Of Eddie Van Halen [Watch]Fans certainly get their money’s worth on Live! From Philadelphia with nearly three-hours of music. The 12-track recording hosts big jams throughout, including the show opening “Mind Games” which runs for an impressive 18 minutes, only to be reprised later on in the show. This all-original concert didn’t see any debuts or notable bust outs, but did host the second-ever performances of both “6’s and 7’s” and “Say It Again”.Of all the tracks on Live! From Philadelphia, only two don’t crack double digit runtimes—one of which is the reprise of “Mind Games”. In all, this latest live record serves as a much-needed dose of Aqueous’ groove rock that is the jams, the whole jams, and nothing but the jams.Stream the new Aqueous live album, Live! From Philadelphia below, featuring cover art designed by guitarist Mike Gantzer.Aqueous – Live! From Philadelphia September Eighteen ’20
BALTIMORE — With September bringing the perk of an expanded roster, the Orioles have summoned an old friend and will provide the first major league taste to one of their top prospects.Veteran slugger Pedro Alvarez and rookie catcher Chance Sisco headlined a list of promotions that also included outfielder Joey Rickard and right-handed relief pitchers Jimmy Yacabonis and Richard Rodriguez on Friday afternoon. Baltimore designated right-handers Tyler Wilson and Logan Verrett for assignment to make the necessary room on the 40-man roster.Signed to a minor-league deal in March, Alvarez spent the entire season at Triple-A Norfolk and hit 26 home runs with a .737 on-base plus slugging percentage for the Tides. The 30-year-old spent 2016 in Baltimore and hit 22 homers with an .826 OPS, but his significant defensive limitations left him without a major league job this past offseason. He had been learning to play the outfield in the first half of the season at Norfolk, but the experiment was largely abandoned as he played first base in the second half.Manager Buck Showalter confirmed that Sisco’s promotion is expected to be more of a learning experience rather than an audition, especially with incumbents Welington Castillo and Caleb Joseph playing so well. Ranked as Baltimore’s No. 1 prospect in Baseball American’s mid-season top 10 list, the 22-year-old hit .267 with seven homers, 23 doubles, and a .736 OPS at Norfolk this season and was invited to take part in the MLB All-Star Futures Game for the second straight year.Sisco’s locker was placed next to Joseph’s, a deliberate move to help the highly-regarded talent better learn his trade from an above-average defensive catcher.Rickard is back with the Orioles after a two-week stint at Norfolk that allowed the club to begin carrying Rule 5 outfielder Anthony Santander on the 25-man roster in mid-August. Yacabonis has also spent time with Baltimore this season, allowing five earned runs and walking six in 6 1/3 innings.Rodriguez, 27, has yet to make his major league debut, but he posted a 2.42 ERA in 70 2/3 innings and recorded 10 saves for the Tides this season to earn the promotion.
Sudan have taken third place at the ongoing African Nations Championship (ANC) in Morocco after they saw off their North African opponents Libya 4-2 on penalties in their 3rd/4th place playoff match on Saturday night.The Sudanese team took the lead as early as the eighth minute through Walai Eldin before they were pegged back late into the game through Salem Ablo thereby forcing extra time and penalties.The aforementioned Ablo and Amadou Elhouni missed their penalties for former champions Libya during the shootout to hand Sudan third place at the tournament via a 4-2 win.The final match will be contested by hosts Morocco and Nigeria on Sunday night.RelatedCHAN Eagles See Off Sudan To Seal Final Meeting With MoroccoFebruary 1, 2018In “Africa”CHAN Eagles Group Stage Opponents Revealed After Morocco DrawNovember 17, 2017In “Africa”CHAN 2018 Matchday 2 Review: Namibia Shock Ivory Coast As Sudan And Zambia Secure Respective WinsJanuary 15, 2018In “CAF”