Top 10 similar words or synonyms for krim_ljubljana

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for krim_ljubljana

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Luminița Dinu She has also played for HC Kometal Gjorče Petrov and Krim Ljubljana.
Lyudmila Bodniyeva Lyudmila Valeryevna Bodniyeva (; born on October 15, 1978 in Elista, Russia) is a retired Russian team handball player and world champion with the Russian women's national handball team. She plays for the club Krim Ljubljana. She is of Kalmyk ethnicity.
Ibolya Mehlmann In August 2011, still under contract with Veszprém, Mehlmann travelled to Ljlubljana with the permission of her club to participate on a trial by RK Krim Ljubljana. She impressed the Slovenian club's staff who offered her a one-year contract, which Mehlmann accepted and moved to Krim on 16 August 2011.
2013–14 EHF Women's Champions League Final Four In the first round the bids of Nexus Communications and SportConcept were eliminated, leaving the application of RK Krim Ljubljana and the joint bid of Hungarofest and the Hungarian Handball Federation in competition. After close examinations of the remaining bids, on 21 November 2013, the EHF Finance Delegation on behalf of the EHF Executive Committee awarded the organization rights to Budapest.
Tone Tiselj Tiselj led Slovenia Men, Slovenia Women, Montenegro Women, Celje Pivovarna Laško, RK Gorenje Velenje, KIF Vejen, Budućnost, Krim Ljubljana or HCM Baia Mare most recently. He is one of the best coaches in Europe and the most successful Slovenian handball coach of all times.
BM Sagunto The following years marked the ending of the club's national hegemony but it still enjoyed success in national and internacional grounds. In 2000 Mar won the Cup Winners' Cup over Kuban Krasnodar, and in 2003 it reached its third Champions League final, lost to Krim Ljubljana.
Cecilie Leganger As a club player she is Norwegian Champion from 1999 (with Bækkelaget), Slovenian Champion from 2004 (with Krim Ljubljana), Danish Champion from 2005 (with Slagelse), and Women's EHF Champion in 2004/05 and 2006/07. She played for Larvik HK from 2010 until 2014 where she retired and she is considered to be best female goalkeeper of all time.
2000–01 EHF Women's Champions League The 1999–2000 EHF Women's Champions League was the eighth edition of the modern era of the EHF's premier competition for women's handball clubs, running from 7 October 2000 to 23 May 2001. Krim Ljubljana defeated Viborg HK in the final to become the first Slovenian team to win the competition, with Budućnost Podgorica and Ferencvárosi TC also reaching the semifinals. Defending champion Hypo Niederösterreich didn't make it past que group stage.
Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA In 1999 they lifted the EHF Champions League trophy as well, after beating Slovenian side Krim Ljubljana in the finals. Dunaferr, playing in front of their fanatic fans, have secured a two goal advantage for the rematch, which ended in a 26–26 draw, and that was just enough for the Hungarians to celebrate a famous success. To make the silverware collection complete, they also took the EHF Champions Trophy in that year.
1998–99 EHF Women's Champions League The 1998–99 EHF Women's Champions League was the sixth edition of the modern era of the 1961-founded competition for European national champions women's handball clubs, running from 4 September 1998 to 16 May 1999. Dunaújvárosi NKS defeated Krim Ljubljana in the final to follow the steps of Vasas SC as the second Hungarian club to win the competition. Defending champion Hypo Niederösterreich was defeated by the Slovenians in the semifinals.