27 – FLENSBURGAnderson; Svan (4), Glandorf (5), Heinl (1), Mogensen (7), Kaufmann (1), Eggert (3,2p) -siete inicial-, Karlsson (-), Zachariassen (1), Nenadic (-), Jakobsson (3), Wanne (2) y Móller (p.s.). 36 – BARCELONA:Gonzalo Pérez de Vargas; Víctor Tomás (3), Gurbindo (-), Sorhaindo (2), Morros (-), Karabatic (5), Sigurdson (9,1p) -siete inicial-, Noddesbo (2), Lazarov (9,8p), Sarmiento (-), Ariño (-), Rutenka (-), Raúl Entrerríos (6). 2. KIF Kolding Kobenhavn6420177:149(28)10 1. FC Barcelona6510203:165(38)11 ShareTweetShareShareEmail 4. Orlen Wisla Plock6213167:168(-1)5 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. 3. SG Flensburg-Handewitt6303174:177(-3)6 6. Besiktas MOGAZ HT6105140:176(-36)2 ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsFC Barcelona beat SG Flensburg 36:27 for the third time this season in front of 5.200 fans in Blaugrana. Spanish outfit showed TOP class in the second half against the EHF CL winner. Polish Orlen Wisla Plock made a great effort towards TOP 16 spot with tie in Denmark against KIF KK 30:30. Click to comment 5. Alingsas HK6105146:172(-26)2 Related Items:
Bette Midler wrapped up her Tony-winning, record-breaking run in the hit revival of Hello, Dolly! this weekend and audiences didn’t miss the chance to catch her celebrated performance once more. The star who made a decades-in-the-making Broadway-musical return packed the Shubert Theatre as crowds caught her dynamite performance one last time. During Midler’s final week, Hello, Dolly! filled the Shubert to 101.65% capacity, bringing in a box office gross of $2,436,207.84. The Divine Miss M may have exited the building, but theater fans had better make plans to return to Hello, Dolly! as the show’s new headliner, Tony-winning icon Bernadette Peters, will walk down the staircase at the Harmonia Gardens restaurant beginning on January 20.Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending January 14:FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross)1. Hamilton ($3,105,160.00)2. Hello, Dolly! ($2,436,207.84)*3. Springsteen on Broadway ($2,411,150.00)4. The Lion King ($1,941,493.00)5. Dear Evan Hansen ($1,741,089.66)UNDERDOGS (By Gross)5. Latin History for Morons ($525,021.50)*4. The Parisian Woman ($462,636.50)3. The Play That Goes Wrong ($418,670.00)2. John Lithgow: Stories by Heart ($307,280.40)1. The Children ($282,652.10)FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity)1. Meteor Shower (102.03%)2. Come From Away (101.97%)3. Hamilton (101.81%)4. The Book of Mormon (101.81%)5. Hello, Dolly! (101.65%)*UNDERDOGS (By Capacity)5. Latin History for Morons (81.66%)*4. The Play That Goes Wrong (79.55%)3. Kinky Boots (79.23%)2. The Phantom of the Opera (76.85%)1. School of Rock (73.61%)*Number based on seven performancesSource: The Broadway League View Comments Hello, Dolly! Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 25, 2018
WATCH US LIVE Written By The International Olympic Committee said Tuesday it was busy with preparations for a “successful” Summer Games in Tokyo in less than five months and at a time when the coronavirus outbreak is widening. IOC president Thomas Bach, speaking at the opening of the Olympic body’s two-day executive board meeting in Lausanne, said: “We are preparing for a successful Olympic Games, Tokyo 2020.” Many sporting events around the world have either been cancelled or postponed in the wake of the spread of the COVID-19 virus. More than 3,100 people have died and over 90,000 have been infected in more than 60 countries worldwide. The vast majority of cases are in China, but South Korea, Italy and Iran have emerged as the countries with the most cases outside the epicentre. The virus has infected at least 230 people across Japan and been linked to five deaths.Chiefs prepare for ‘successful’ Tokyo 2020 Press Trust Of India FOLLOW US Last Updated: 3rd March, 2020 16:55 IST Olympic Chiefs Prepare For ‘successful’ Tokyo 2020 The International Olympic Committee said Tuesday it was busy with preparations for a “successful” Summer Games in Tokyo in less than five months “We will have to prepare many of the final decisions that we will have to take in June,” Bach said in reference to a first pre-Games executive board meeting between June 15-17, also in Lausanne.”We will have to make some proposals for the session in Tokyo.” The IOC board is also set to meet on July 18-19 in Tokyo, with the Olympics running from July 24-August 9. The IOC will on Tuesday discuss the coronavirus crisis, and on Wednesday hold a videocall between the Tokyo 2020 organising committee and John Coates, the Australian chairman of the IOC’s coordination commission for the first summer Olympics in Japan since 1964. COMMENT LIVE TV First Published: 3rd March, 2020 16:55 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US
Harrison is a versatile athlete who has played a plethora of football positions in high school. The Ravens needed to sure up their middle linebacker position and they have come up with aces in this draft. The Ravens have added to a lot of their needs in this draft. Please follow and like us: The Ravens select Ohio State linebacker Malik Harrison with the 98th overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft. The Ravens add another athletic middle linebacker, along with their first round pick Patrick Queen.