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Djk-u17 storms into the national league

Djk-u17 storms into the national league

Trailing, catching up and finally triumphing in a dramatic eleven-meter shootout: the U17 women’s soccer team of DJK don bosco bamberg won the decisive relegation game in untersteinach against spvgg weibenstadt – and will play in the state league for the first time next season.

In a close and exciting match between the district league champions, the decision came down to a penalty kick shootout. Weibenstadt got off to the better start and took a 1:0 lead after a catastrophic back pass by a DJK player (9.). The visibly shocked bamberg women saved themselves for the first drink break. Here, trainer matthias hornung apparently found the right words. Suddenly the ball ran only in the direction of the opponent’s goal. With a double strike in the 21. And 24. Minute turned paulinie reinfelder the game to 2:1 for the DJK.

After the second break in the first half, however, the pendulum swung back in spvgg’s favor. Within only two minutes, weibenstadt scored after blatant defensive errors, the 3:2 half-time lead for the ostoberfranken. After the break, the bamberg girls came out of the dressing room with a lot of determination: aaliyah wilson-torres scored the 3:3 equalizer after a corner (50.). Now it went back and forth in still rough heat. Shortly before the end, the DJK fans were almost heartbroken twice when the fichtelgebirgs girls missed two hundred percent chances. With the score tied 3-3, the game went straight to the penalty shootout. Reinfelder, laura stocklein and celine reutter all scored safely. The weibenstadt girls were different, as they missed the first two penalties. Then weibenstadt also met. But when anna-lena lebede put her attempt for DJK in the box, the decision was made: DJK moves up to the landesliga. The players and fans were jubilant as the U17 team now plays in the national league for the first time in its history. Here for are still looking for players of the years 2003 to 2005. Information from klaus schmitt at 0179/4956488.

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One in eight women gets breast cancer: doctors campaign for prevention

"Nowadays, a diagnosis of breast cancer is by no means a death sentence," said DGS vice president diethelm wallwiener. In the majority of cases the breast could be preserved. Also at the lymph nodes under the armpits could be operated more gently, the lesser long-term complaints.

Around 2500 physicians will deal with breast diseases at the congress until saturday. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among women, with more than 70,000 new cases every year. One in eight falls ill. With genetic predisposition, the risk is 80 percent – and 60 percent for ovarian cancer.

An alternative to the radical decision to remove the breast in the case of a high hereditary risk, as made by U.S. Actress angelina jolie, is close-meshed, comprehensive preventive examinations. Lifestyle also has a decisive influence, said co-congress president marion kiechle. The risk of recurrence and mortality in female patients is reduced by 50 percent if they exercise regularly.

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Thuringerwald association helps banzer weg make a comeback

thuringerwald association helps banzer weg make a comeback

The thuringerwald-verein coburg has rediscovered the banzer trail, re-signposted it with a rough map and developed a circular hiking concept. The blue cross on female ground promises an attractive hiking route and great views of the coburg and lichtenfels countryside. "There is a lot to discover and explore on the way", promised the deputy chairman of the thuringerwald association, helmut volk, at the official opening ceremony. As an official sign, a plastic information board was installed in the center of the village on the main road next to the town sign on saturday afternoon.

Roland weib, the trail manager of the thuringerwald association, is particularly proud of the QR codes on the board. This means that any hiker with an internet-enabled cell phone can obtain precise information about bus connections on line 8319 to and from coburg. "This means that arrival and departure is also possible by public transport", stressed female. Weib has invested over 150 hours in the trail alone. It took about two years for the trail warden and some of his fellow hikers to finish the signs.

The costs amounted to about 4000 euro, fortunately – reported weib – one had found a sponsor with the sparkasse coburg-lichtenfels, which took over a rough part of the costs. About one third of the costs were borne by the state, but also from the association’s treasury a contribution was made for the path with its 38 posts and over 100 signs on about 27 kilometers long. The route leads through fields, fields and forest roads and is suitable for strollers for the most part. Around 20 hikers from the thuringerwald association and from the municipality tested the trail from banz monastery and rated the signposting as well as weib’s route as "successful" describes. There were many explanations along the way, which is why the premiere hikers were on the road for about two hours.

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Presentation in old walls

Presentation in old walls

The worktops stand on wooden trestles or float above the floor, held by ropes stretched over the roof beams. A blower blows warm air loudly into the room, students sit on the chairs and look spellbound at their laptop screens. Red brick on the walls, the beamer throws the sketches on the inside wall of a wooden garage door.In the former machine and storage room of burgerbrau, 13 students from the technical university of munich have set up a creative workshop. Your goal: to work out ways of integrating the roughly 4000 square meter site into the development of the city center. There is no lack of ideas.
The owner of the flat is enthusiastic in any case. "Working together is fun,", says jens fiebig. There are no finished plans yet, but there are some preliminary designs, which the students are looking at together with their professor mark michaeli on the converted garage door. "We have to find new strategies for the development of inner cities", says michaeli and describes kitzingen as a prototype, a model for other cities. "Valuable areas in the center of a city that lie fallow and unused are becoming more and more common." Fresh ideas are therefore highly welcome – although every city needs individual solutions. "That's why we're also on site to first analyze the situation in and around the burgerbrau area in detail."

Involving the public

By the end of april, the students had not only explored the alleys and houses, but also sought a conversation with the people of kitzing. The public should also be involved in the further development process. A workshop is planned for the day of the open monument on 9. In september the designs will be exhibited in burgerbrau. Fiebig is also planning tours of the former brewery.
Unlike previous discussions, this time the owner is involved from the very beginning. He sits at the table and looks at the first results of the students, he has also signed a cooperation agreement with the city. It includes not only the current cooperation with the students, but also the further proceeding. "We want to work in partnership to see how we can combine private and municipal interests, explains head of the building department oliver graumann – and jens fiebig nods in agreement.