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The 2009–10 Nemzeti Bajnokság I was the fifty-eighth series of the national team handball championship for Hungarian women. The defending champions were Győri Audi ETO KC and they managed to defend their title after winning the playoffs with five victories and only one draw. The regular season began on September 5, 2008 and ended on March 28, 2009. The playoff round finished on May 31, with Fehérép Alcoa FKC beating ASA-Consolis-HNKC for the fifth place.2010–11 Nemzeti Bajnokság I (women's handball)
The 2010–11 Nemzeti Bajnokság I was the sixtieth edition of the top level championship in the Hungarian team handball for women. The regular season started on 2 September 2010 with a clash between UKSE Szekszárd and defending champions Győri Audi ETO KC, and ended on 27 March 2011, also including Győr, this time as hosts against Újbuda TC. The postseason began on 7 April 2011 and was concluded on 21 May 2011 with the final round classification groups. Győri Audi ETO KC went on to win all of their playoff matches and took their fourth consecutive title and eighth overall.2011–12 Nemzeti Bajnokság I (women's handball)
The 2011–12 Nemzeti Bajnokság I was the sixty-first edition of the top level championship in the Hungarian team handball for women. The regular season began on 4 September 2011 and concluded on 31 March 2011, followed by the classification rounds and the playoff finals.
Defending champions Győri Audi ETO KC won the regular season with a perfect performance and easily absolved their semi-finals matches as well, and marched into the finals where they met FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria, which overcame Siófok KC-Galerius Fürdő with a double victory. In the closest final of the recent years, ETO eventually managed to retain their league title: they won the first leg of the finals to 37–33, coming back from 6 goals behind, while in the second leg the teams went head to head till the dying minutes, when by a one-goal ETO lead, with no time left on the clock, Ferencváros was awarded a penalty. Jelena Živković stepped to the 7 meters line with the chance to equalize the match and save it for penalty shootouts. However, retiring goalkeeper Katalin Pálinger, who played her last match in Győr saved the penalty shot and ETO celebrated their fifth championship in a row and ninth overall.2012–13 Nemzeti Bajnokság I (women's handball)
The 2012–13 Nemzeti Bajnokság I was the sixty-second edition of the top level championship in the Hungarian team handball for women. The regular season began on 31 August 2012 and concluded on 31 March 2013, followed by the classification rounds and the playoff finals.
Defending champions Győri Audi ETO KC won the regular season with an almost perfect performance: 21 victories on 22 games and only one draw against their rival FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria, last season's runners-up. This year's final also confronted Győri to FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria, after both teams had easily won their semi-finals against Váci NKSE and ÉTV-Érdi VSE. Unlike last season's final, FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria did not challenge the eventual champion as Győri Audi ETO KC won both legs by six and seventeen goals and so became Hungarian champion for the tenth time.Anatoly Laryukov
Anatoly Laryukov (Russian: Анатолий Владимирович Ларюков; born October 28, 1970 in Vladikavkaz) is a Russian and Belarusian judoka. At the 2000 Summer Olympics he won the bronze medal in the men's lightweight (66–73 kg) category, together with Vsevolods Zelonijs of Latvia. This was Belarus' first-ever Olympic medal in the sport.
Has finished career in 2004.
Since November 2006 till November 2008 — the Head coach of the Russian National Women Judo Team.
Since 2009 — the Sports Director of Russian Judo Federation.
Since 2013 — the Chief of Department of Russian Judo Federation.Békéscsabai Előre NKSE
Békéscsabai Előre Női Kézilabda Sport Egyesület is a Hungarian women's handball club from Békéscsaba, that plays in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I, after having been promoted in 2006.
Since they are sponsored by EUbility Group, the official name of the team is EUbility Group-Békéscsabai Előre NKSE.Femme nue couchée
Femme nue couchée (French: Nude Reclining Woman) is an 1862 painting by French Realist painter Gustave Courbet (1819–1877). It depicts a young dark-haired woman reclining on a couch, wearing only a pair of shoes and stockings. Behind her, partly drawn red curtains reveal an overcast sky seen through a closed window. The work is likely influenced by Goya's La maja desnuda.
The painting was initially owned by Alexandre Berthier and later by Marcell Nemes. In 1913, it was bought by the Hungarian collector Ferenc Hatvany. At one time, he painted a copy of the painting and, as a practical joke, sent it to be exhibited as the original at a Belgrade exhibition. Together with the rest of Hatvany's collection, the painting was looted from a Budapest bank vault during the 1945 Soviet conquest of the city in World War II. After it was briefly seen attached to the tarpaulin of a Soviet military vehicle on Buda Castle Hill, the painting appeared to have vanished without a trace.
It surfaced again in 2000 and 2003, when it was offered for sale first to the Museum of Fine Arts and then to the Commission for Art Recovery (CAR) by a Slovak man claiming to be an antiques dealer, but who appeared to his interlocutors to be involved with the Slovak organised crime scene. The dealer produced an affidavit, judged reliable by the CAR, stating that the painting was given by Soviet soldiers to a doctor from a village near Bratislava in return for his medical treatment of a wounded soldier. An inspection of the picture's craquelure determined that the painting was indeed the original and not Hatvany's copy.
After five years of negotiations, Interpol involvement and diplomatic wrangling between the US and Slovakian government, the CAR managed to acquire the painting for Hatvany's heirs in exchange for a USD 300,000 reward. It was shown to the public for the first time since the 1930s in a 2007 Courbet exposition at the Grand Palais in Paris. The painting was sold at auction on 9 November 2015 for 15.3 million U.S. dollars, four times the previous auction record for a Courbet painting.Ferencvárosi TC (women's handball)
Ferencvárosi Torna Club is a Hungarian women's handball team from Budapest, that is part of the multi-sports club Ferencvárosi TC. Nicknamed Fradi, the team plays in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I, the top level championship in Hungary. They are one of the most successful clubs in the country, having won eleven Hungarian championship and as many Hungarian cup titles. FTC also enjoy a good reputation in continental competitions: they lifted the EHF Cup Winners' Cup trophy in 1978, 2011, and 2012, and they were also crowned as the EHF Cup winners in 2006. The team also reached the finals of the EHF Champions League two times, however, they fell short in both occasions.
The current name of the club is FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria due to sponsorship reasons.GE Capital
GE Capital is the financial services unit of the American multinational conglomerate General Electric. It provides commercial lending and leasing, as well as a range of financial services for commercial aviation, energy, and support for GE's industrial business units.
In April 2015, GE announced its plan to create a simpler company by reducing the size of its financial businesses through the sale of most GE Capital assets.
GE Capital’s verticals are now aligned with GE’s core industrial businesses – GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS), Energy Financial Services (EFS) and GE Industrial Finance, which will include the Healthcare Equipment Finance business, Working Capital Solutions (WCS), and other financing activities to develop lending and leasing products for the GE Store.
GE Capital Aviation Services is a key financial partner to more than 245 customers in 75 countries, providing aircraft leasing, financing, services and consulting in every sector of the industry. GE Energy Financial Services provides underwriting capabilities for Power, Renewables, and Oil+Gas infrastructure to meet rising demand and sustainability imperatives. GE Capital's new Industrial Finance organization serves customers in Healthcare, Transportation, Distributed Power, Marine industries and Municipalities around the world.Landesbank Baden-Württemberg
Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW) is a universal bank and the Landesbank for some Federal States of Germany (Baden-Württemberg, Rheinland-Pfalz, Sachsen). As of 2018, it is Germany's biggest state-backed landesbank lender.Landesbank Berlin Holding
Landesbank Berlin Holding (formerly Bankgesellschaft Berlin) (FWB: BEB2 is a large commercial bank based in Berlin, Germany. It is the holding company of the Berliner Sparkasse and Landesbank. In 2007, LBB was taken over by the Deutscher Sparkassen- und Giroverband (DSGV). Berlin was forced to sell its stake by the European Commission as a condition of permitting the bailout of the then Bankgesellschaft Berlin, which had gotten into difficulties due to a real-estate scandal. In 2010, a net profit of EUR 317 million was reported.List of Hungarian women's handball transfers summer 2011
This is a list of the Hungarian women's handball transfers for the 2011 summer transfer window. Only transfers that feature at least one Nemzeti Bajnokság I club and that were completed after the end of the winter 2010–11 transfer window and before the end of the 2011 summer window are listed.List of Hungarian women's handball transfers summer 2012
This is a list of the Hungarian women's handball transfers for the 2012 summer transfer window. Only transfers that feature at least one Nemzeti Bajnokság I club are listed.Nemzeti Bajnokság I (men's handball)
The Nemzeti Bajnokság I (English: National Championship I, commonly abbreviated NB I) is the premier men's professional handball league in Hungary, administered by the Hungarian Handball Federation. Since 2016 the official name of the championship is K&H Férfi Kézilabda Liga due to sponsorship reasons.SC Pick Szeged
MOL-Pick Szeged is a Hungarian handball club from Szeged, that plays in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I and the EHF Champions League.Szabella-kupa
The Szabella-Kupa (English: Szabella Cup) is a friendly handball event, which takes place at least once every year, in parallel to the Kulcsár Anita Memorial Tournament. Sponsored by Sándor Szabella, it was created in 2007 and was organized until 2009 in August and in December. Since 2010, the Szabella Cup is held only in August.Váci út
Váci út (Váci Avenue, lit. Road to Vác) is one of the widest and busiest avenues in Budapest, Hungary. It is about 12 kilometers long and has four to eight traffic lanes.Women's EHF Cup Winners' Cup
The Women's EHF Cup Winners' Cup was the official competition for women's handball clubs of Europe that won their national cup, and took place every year from 1976 to 2016 (until 1993 organized by IHF instead of EHF). From the 2016–17 season, the competition will be merged with the EHF Cup.