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Hungary wins gold at Men’s World League Europa Cup Final

Hungary surprised everyone with their gold medal win at the Men’s World League Europa Cup. The exciting final match between Hungary and Croatia was held in Zagreb, with 2,000 spectators stunned at the final result. The Croatian water polo team – who were the world-title holders – were the favourites to win. However, the Hungarians continued to fight it out for victory. 

Why Observational Analysis is an essential coaching skill

When it comes to training and improving sport performance, athletes look to their coaches for guidance. They rely on their mentors to give them valuable feedback on their performance so they can improve their skills, technique, and strive to be better athletes. This is why observational analysis is crucial for coaches to understand and undertake to lead their teams to success.

Johannes Høsflot Klæbo wins Crystal Globe

Norwegian cross-country skier, Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, made his mark at this season’s World Cup, winning the Crystal Globe in cross-country. The 22 year old skier holds multiple records for being the youngest male in history to win the FIS Cross-Country World Cup, the Tour de Ski, the World Championship event, and an Olympic event in cross-country skiing.

Marcel Hirscher contemplating retirement

Austrian skier Marcel Hirscher has had an amazing career – he is a winner of eight consecutive World Cup titles and won 11 medals at the Alpine Skiing World Championships – 7 of them being gold. Not to mention his Olympic success – Hirscher won a silver medal in slalom at the 2014 Winter Olympics, and two gold medals in the combined and giant slalom at the 2018 Winter Olympics.