20 abril 2014

Women´s LEN Trophy Final Four , Florence 2014 (Videos)











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Olympiacos wins LEN Trophy

|Saturday 05 April 2014, 21:22|Tim Hartog

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Greek powerhouse Olympiacos Piraeus is the new LEN Trophy winner. A close final game in Florence on Saturday was won 10-9 over the home team, thanks to a late goal by Australian international Bronwen Knox. The bronze medal was grabbed by Ugra Khanty Mansiysk who rolled past favorites and Russian champions Kinef Kirishi in a rare one sided display 8-20. 



Euro League 2013-2014
LEN Trophy Final Four

Florence, Italy

Fixtures and results


Friday, 4 April:

Olympiacos Piraeus (GRE) vs. Kinef Kirishi (RUS) 8-5 (2-3, 1-0, 2-1, 3-1)


NGM Firenze Pallanuoto (ITA) vs. Ugra Khanty Mansiysk (RUS) 15-10 (4-2, 3-3, 4-4, 4-1)

Saturday, 5 April:

Kinef Kirishi (RUS) vs. Ugra Khanty Mansiysk (RUS) 8-20 (2-5, 1-4, 2-6, 3-5) - 3rd/4th place

Olympiacos Piraeus (GRE) vs. NGM Firenze Pallanuoto (ITA) 10-9 (2-0, 3-4, 1-2, 4-3) - 1st/2nd place


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Firenze, Olympiacos in LEN Trophy final


|Friday 04 April 2014, 23:00|Tim Hartog
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Both Russian sides did not make it to the LEN Trophy final and will have to watch the teams of Olympiacos and home side NGM Firenze battling for this year's first European club trophy of the season after clear victories in the semi-finals on Friday. Favorites Olympiacos held off Russian champions Kinef Kirishi in a big match-up 8-5, followed by the nationally televised game of Firenze facing second Russian squad Ugra Khanty Mansiysk. That encounter went on to feature many more goals but thanks to a nice 4-1 run in the fourth period the Final Four hosts ended up victorious 15-10. They will now meet the Greek powerhouse on Saturday night to determine the successors of Russian side Shturm Chekov who are the outgoing LEN Trophy champions. 

Euro League 2013-2014
LEN Trophy Final Four

Florence, Italy

Fixtures and results


Friday, 4 April:

Olympiacos Piraeus (GRE) vs. Kinef Kirishi (RUS) 8-5 (2-3, 1-0, 2-1, 3-1)


NGM Firenze Pallanuoto (ITA) vs. Ugra Khanty Mansiysk (RUS) 15-10 (4-2, 3-3, 4-4, 4-1)

Saturday, 5 April:

18.00: Kinef Kirishi (RUS) vs. Ugra Khanty Mansiysk (RUS) - 3rd/4th place
19.45: NGM Firenze Pallanuoto (ITA) vs. Olympiacos Piraeus (GRE) - 1st/2nd place

N.b.: times mentioned are local time.
Previous winners:

2000: Palermo (ITA)
2001: SKIF Moscow (RUS)
2002: Palermo (ITA)
2003: Vouliagmeni (GRE)
2004: Ortigia (ITA)
2005: Ortigia (ITA)
2006: Honvéd (HUN)
2007: Roma (ITA)
2008: Roma (ITA)
2009: Shturm Chekov (RUS)
2010: Ethnikos Piraeus (GRE)
2011: Rapallo Nuoto (ITA)
2012: Mediterranea Imperia (ITA)
2013: Shturm Chekov (RUS)

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Women LEN Trophy Final Four Tournament, Florence 

(ITA) – Preview

The first title up for grabs (LEN)

The first European club title is at stake in Florence (ITA) where the Women LEN Trophy Final Four Tournament is held. No clear favourites, plenty of excitement, a new winner – a great start for the climax of the continental club season.

The best players of the ever dangerous Russian national team divided into two sides, Kinef and Ugra, the host Florence team with a handful of Italian stars and Olympiacos featuring world champion Greek players and international greats – these four form the field of the LEN Trophy tourney. Good enough for a Euro League Final Four, however, this time they have to fight for the second ranked women’s club title after losing to even stronger sides in the Euro League quarters. (This year’s playing format offered the Quarter Finals losers to go for the LEN Trophy, while the winners will compete in the Euro League Final Four next weekend in Sabadell.)

The first semi final on Friday will see the clash of Olympiacos (GRE) and Kinef (RUS). Both teams have been seeking European glory for a while but neither of them managed to lift a trophy in the past. Kinef came runners-up in last year’s Champions Cup (now Euro League) – that was the 5th time (!) the Russians had to settle for the second place in the hunt for the shiniest trophy. Olympiacos were the closest in 2008 when they lost the LEN Trophy final to Rome (ITA) 10-9. In fact, they are really determined to win something at last as all fellow Greek sides managed to go all the way in the past (Glyfada, Ethnikos, Vouliagmeni), only the shelves of Olympiacos’s treasury don’t feature a European trophy.

2008 also mark the year when the host Italians appeared at the big stage for the first and – till date – the last time: six years ago Firenze reached the Final Four in the Champions Cup and finished third. They waited ever since to return to the final stage, now with the fans behind them they can make history. The semi won’t be an easy ride, though, as Ugra (RUS) have a really strong line-up as well. The Russians played twice in the LEN Trophy final, they were agonisingly close but after winning 13-12 at home (both times!) they lost the return away games by two goals in 2010 and 2012 as well.

So all four sides are looking for their very first continental triumph – and taking their strengths into consideration they all have equal chances before the weekend. By Saturday evening we will know who is going to lift the first European trophy of the season – and for the first time in the winning club’s history.

Women LEN Trophy, Final Four, Florence (ITA)

Friday, 4 April
Semi finals
18.00 Olympiacos Piraeus (GRE) vs. Kinef Surgutneftegas Kirishi (RUS)
19.30 NGM Firenze Pallanuoto (ITA) vs. Ugra Khanty Mansiysk (RUS)

Saturday, 5 April
18.00 Bronze medal game
19.45 Final


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Florence ready for LEN Trophy climax

|Thursday 03 April 2014, 13:24|Tim Hartog

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In this year's new format for the women's European club competition losing the quarter-finals doesn't mean your done. In fact, this weekend the fifth to eighth ranked teams in Europe will battle for this year's LEN Trophy in the Final Four tournament, set to go underway Friday in Florence, Italy. And with a current balanced top of women's club water polo in Europe three of four sides this weekend are veteran teams in the top of European club water polo. Russian powerhouse Kinef Kirishi can be considered favorite for the title, on paper. The Russian champions finished runners-up in last year's Champions Cup Final Four and grabbed the bronze medal the year before. But with Olympiacos as opponent in the semi-finals, the draw could not have been tougher. The Greek side fell to reigning European champions Sabadell in a close quarter-final match-up losing by a single goal at home (9-10) and two goals (8-6) in leg 2 in Sabadell on 12 March. Olympiacos are still looking for their first-ever LEN Trophy after losing the final to Roma 10-9 back in 2008 and could not get past the semi-finals in the 2012 edition. In between the Greek top squad recorded respective fourth and third-place finishes in Europe's 1st tier Champions Cup Final Four tournament in 2010 and 2011. 

The second semi-final features home side NGM Firenze taking on second Russian side Ugra Khanty Mansiysk. The last being another example of a team that is yet to claim a European trophy but was close twice in recent history making it to the LEN Trophy final in 2010 (lost to Ethnikos Piraeus) and 2012 (behind Imperia). Home team Firenze is a newcomer although after merging with Fiorentina Waterpolo in 2012, the club holds a part of the 2007 Champion Cup and following European Super Cup winners. Firenze fell to favorite Italian Imperia over two games in the quarter-finals despite a good fight in leg 1 at home losing 8-9, Imperia proved superior in the return game topping their well-known rivals 16-12. Ugra Khanty Mansiysk suffered a four-goal loss to Catania in the quarter-finals at home, 11-15, but responded well in Italy in leg 2 just falling 17-16 in a scoring festival.

Euro League 2013-2014
LEN Trophy Final Four

Florence, Italy

Fixtures


Friday, 4 April:

18.00: Olympiacos Piraeus (GRE) vs. Kinef Kirishi (RUS)
19.30: NGM Firenze Pallanuoto (ITA) vs. Ugra Khanty Mansiysk (RUS)

Saturday, 5 April:


18.00: 3rd/4th place
19.45: 1st/2nd place

N.b.: times mentioned are local time.

La actitud es una cosa pequeña que hace una gran diferencia por Nikos Stravropoulos

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La actitud es una cosa pequeña que hace una gran diferencia (Nikos Stravropoulos)

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La actitud es una cosa pequeña que hace una gran diferencia

La relación entre las habilidades psicológicas y la aptitud de los árbitros juegan un papel importante en el rendimiento. El éxito o fracaso de un árbitro depende tanto de las capacidades físicas (por ejemplo, la preparación de los requisitos específicos de la lucha, la técnica, la movilidad, visuales ...) y de las capacidades mentales (por ejemplo, la confianza, la concentración, el control emocional ...). Esta relación entre los aspectos físicos y habilidades psicológicas es emocionante.

VIRTUDES PERSONALES QUE MARCAN LA DIFERENCIA
Arbitraje en el waterpolo requiere un alto índice de conocimiento técnico, pero es indudable que hay un arte que hace el excelente árbitro. Este arte, que parece un árbitro durante el juego-depende en gran medida de las cualidades personales, virtudes y cualidades. Estos importantes son: Confiabilidad, Integridad, rapidez de decisión,sentido común , Elegancia Elegancia, Comunicación, Confianza, Placer y Motivación.

NACIONAL RACE - PANIONIOS KI OCASIÓN ...
La oportunidad de hablar de uno de los anteriores especiales virtudes-esto-es el placer el partido de ayer para oficiar Papastratio Natación Pireo. Un "juego emocionante que lo tenía todo", como usted escribió titulares de la prensa deportiva, si nuestro deporte tuvo la vista de los demás. Me gustó mucho, lo disfruté, es una bendición y una motivación para que mi participación en el futuro. Tenía movimiento ritmo, inspiración, gimnasio, gran técnica y excelentes tácticas. Una intensidad y la pasión con regocijo los jugadores, los aficionados una participación significativa, el entusiasmo y la frustración. Había sufrido torceduras graves y los cambios en las fases y puntuación. Tenía todas las características que la FINA a través de nuevas regulaciones como el deporte: "... Más rápido, más inteligencia y menos violento ... (Más rápido, más inteligente, menos violento)." Él no tenía más que "algo" muy especial y "digno de mención".

JUGADORES DE CALIDAD, ENTRENADORES Y LOS AGKALIES END
Muchas veces nos regañan toda culpa, se enojan, tirar los demás, hablar mal nos pasó a nosotros. Esencialmente lo tanto crear y mantener una gran distancia entre nosotros perder la esencia de este deporte, que es el juego, la diversión, el disfrute, la fiesta. Voy a compartir con ustedes lo que "otra era", y me hizo disfrutar de ella de manera integral. ¿Cuál fue el comportamiento y las cualidades excepcionales de los atletas y entrenadores, que de manera óptima con gran aceptación enseñó lo que significa la cooperación entre nosotros. Tengo ante mí la vuelta dos entrenadores para felicitaciones, tan pronto como terminó el juego. Tengo mis ojos en el tiempo increíble que abarca los Heads-2 de cinco años en la piscina (de A a Leader, deportista, hombre con una letra mayúscula). Me siento más en mi mano apretando por los elogios y la aceptación final de ganadores y perdedores, atletas, entrenadores, jugadores. Un agradecimiento muy grande. Soy un hombre afortunado que participan activamente en los deportes tales momentos humanos.

NECESIDAD DE PROMOCIÓN DE NUESTROS DATOS POSITIVOS
Es importante, en esta temporada y momento particular de cambio y ajuste a presentar, para anunciar y mostrar los valores particulares de nuestras virtudes y nuestras mejores cualidades como un deporte de hombres, con cualquier título de participar en esto. Necesitamos visibilidad positiva momentos-como ayer-como ejemplo, el carácter, la coherencia, la continuidad, el disfrute y la motivación.


No lo olvide: "... La actitud es una cosa pequeña que hace una gran diferencia ..."

22ª Jornada Div. de Honor masculina

Jornada 22 - 26/04/2014
26/04/2014 18:00C.N. TERRASSAC.N. TERRASSAA.R. CONCEPCION-CDAD LINEAL
26/04/2014 18:00REAL CANOE N.C.REAL CANOE N.C. - ISOSTARC.N. HELIOS
26/04/2014 18:00JOAN SERRAC.N. MATARO QUADISC.D. WATERPOLO NAVARRA
26/04/2014 18:00JOSEP VALLESC.E. MEDITERRANIC.N. BARCELONA
26/04/2014 18:00P. SANT JORDIC.N. CATALUNYAC.N. SANT ANDREU
26/04/2014 18:00CARLES IBARSC.N. SABADELLC.N. ATLETIC-BARCELONETA

DIVISION DE HONOR MASCULINA (M)

Clasificación. Jornada 21 - 12/04/2014

TOTALESEN CASAFUERA
PTJGFGCJGEPGFGEJGEPGFGE
1C.N. ATLETIC-BARCELONETA60203001431010001607610100014067
2C.N. TERRASSA502124114610901119671172212279
3C.N. MATARO QUADIS4821220158107211055811812115100
4C.E. MEDITERRANI402121817510613977111704121104
5C.N. SABADELL3521226188107121168811416110100
6C.N. SANT ANDREU3021170166117049079102358087
7REAL CANOE N.C. - ISOSTAR30211962011032597106116149995
8C.N. CATALUNYA252118920510505102971131787108
9C.D. WATERPOLO NAVARRA202116521811326851101030780108
10C.N. BARCELONA182117220111317100106102267295
11A.R. CONCEPCION-CDAD LINEAL5201352661112883141900952125
12C.N. HELIOS3211342991110107114210001063157

DIVISION DE HONOR MASCULINA

Estadísticas de árbitros

NombreFederaciónPartidos
JORGE CISNEROS HORRILLOFED. CATALUÑA12
ORIOL JAUMANDREU SELLARESFED. CATALUÑA12
RAUL TORRES PEREZFED. CATALUÑA12
SERGIO GALINDO MORENOFED. CATALUÑA12
ERNEST IÑESTA PERALTAFED. CATALUÑA11
JOSE CARLOS CABELLO LOPEZFED. MADRID11
JUAN CARLOS COLOMINAS EZPONDAFED. CATALUÑA11
APOLONIA BAÑOS MARTINEZFED. BALEARES10
DAVID GOMEZ PORDOMINGOFED. CATALUÑA10
FRANCESC XAVIER BUCH JUANOLAFED. CATALUÑA10
JAUME TEIXIDO BERMUDEZFED. CATALUÑA10
JORDI AYMERICH MIÑARROFED. CATALUÑA10
JOSE MARIA TEULE BARREDAFED. CATALUÑA10
JUAN JOSE VERDEJO DOMINGOFED. CATALUÑA10
OSCAR SANCHEZ MARTINFED. CATALUÑA10
RAUL SANTANDER LOPEZFED. CATALUÑA10
ROBERTO FELICIDAD RODRIGUEZFED. MADRID10
SERGIO BORRELL SANCHEZFED. CATALUÑA10
XAVIER GUARDIA MARSALFED. CATALUÑA9
CARLOS ORTEGA CARRERASFED. ARAGON8
DAVID PIÑERO MARTINEZFED. MADRID8
FERNANDO MORENO CUERVASFED. MADRID8
JOSE BLANCH SANCHEZFED. ANDALUCIA7
SERGIO JIMENEZ TURNESFED. ANDALUCIA7
DARIO MIODRAG TROJAN BUCICFED. CATALUÑA6
FRANCISCO SANCHEZ MOLINA (hasta 31/12)FED. CATALUÑA5
JOAQUIN FERNANDEZ ESCOLA (hasta 31/12)FED. CATALUÑA1