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first_imgRelated Items:hungary and slovakia handball, ihf men’s world championship 2019 ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsAlmost 1300 visitors of Handball-Planet.com voted on our Poll question – “Who has to organize Men’s World Championship 2019?” and the majority of the fans want to see the most important handball event at the end of decade in Hungary and Slovakia! Over 53% of all voters think that two Central European countries have perfect conditions to organize the event after Spain, Qatar 2015 and France 2017.Not much less support has Polish candidature for the WCh 2019 with 36% of your votes.At the third place is joined Danish-German candidature with about 8% of votes, while Sweden and Norway obviously aren’t in category “perfect place” for a majority of handball fans worldwide.Decision about the host nation will be made next weekend during IHF Congress 2013 in Doha, Qatar (25 to 28th of October).Which country is the perfect place for WCh 2019?HUNGARY AND SLOVAKIA (53%, 662 Votes)POLAND (36%, 447 Votes)GERMANY AND DENMARK (8%, 94 Votes)SWEDEN (2%, 27 Votes)NORWAY (1%, 21 Votes) Click to comment 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. Share TweetShareShareEmaillast_img read more


first_imgThe legacy of Woodstock continues to prove itself as the festival that keeps on giving. The latest noteworthy story surrounding the famous 1969 music festival’s 50th-anniversary last month comes from Woodstock, CT, of all places, where the state’s baby boomer Governor Ned Lamont spent $17,000 out of his own pocket to finance a tribute event to the famous event.Related: Discovered Woodstock 50 Documents Reveal Proposed Schedule, Expenses For Canceled EventAccording to reports, Lamont, who was not allowed to attend the original Woodstock in August 1969 as per his parent’s rules, really stuck it to mom and dad as he helped organize a tribute concert which took place on Friday an annual Woodstock Fair in the Connecticut town of Woodstock over Labor Day weekend.The one-day event included a “Battle of the Bands” where the winning act, Last Licks, received $7,500 prize at the end of the musical contest which was co-judged by Lamont. Rules for the contest included the requirement that each band performs a cover of at least one song which was originally played at Woodstock. A reported 1,500 spectators took part in witnessing the contest throughout the day.Additionally, Lamont’s government colleague in Connecticut Senator George Logan also took the stage to perform a Jimi Hendrix-style version of the “Star-Spangled Banner” on his own guitar.Watch the patriotic performance from Senator Logan below. [H/T Billboard]last_img read more