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Women’s League through the 1990s with eight titles in a row, becoming a regular in the EuroLeague. However, the team declined after 2002.
…Žaromskis had five wins in a row, including the previous three via head kick KO. For this, he earned a fight against Nick Diaz for the inaugural Strikeforce Welterweight Championship at Strikeforce: Miami on January 30, 2010. After rocking Diaz earlier, Žaromskis ran into a straight right hand and lost via TKO at 4:38 of round one.
…Žalgiris won its 17th title, the fifth in a row.
…Žalgiris were crowned champions for the fourth year in a row on 30 October after a 2-0 win against Atlantas.
… experienced foreign players Franjo Arapović and Ennis Whatley and coached by Jonas Kazlauskas, they defeated Stefanel Milano 82-67 in the 1998 Saporta Cup final in Belgrade. Saulius Štombergas scored 35 points in the final. Žalgiris once again won the LKL title, the 5th one in a row against BC Atletas.
… for UEFA Cup where they faced IFK Göteborg in the first round and Red Star Belgrade in the second. In 1989 the club finished in fourth place and for third year in a row qualified for UEFA Cup. They managed to play one game in 1990 at the…
…ŽFK Spartak Subotica (Serbian Cyrillic: ЖФК Спартак Суботица) is women’s football team from Subotica, Serbia. The team has won seven national championships, including six in a row from 2011 to 2015. It also has appeared in the UEFA Women’s Champions League.
Sozopol. After that Šiljak took the controversial decision to expel Yordan Hristov, Mariyan Ognyanov, Plamen Nikolov and Joël Tshibamba from the first team. The changes did not lead to any positive results with young players and his team lost twice in a row in A Grupa: 2-0 away defeat from Slavia Sofia and 1-3 home defeat from Beroe Stara Zagora.
…Şerban Ciochină (born November 30, 1939 in Bucharest) is a retired Romanian triple jump athlete. He achieved 5th place at the 1964 Summer Olympics, and won the Romanian triple jump championship six years in a row from 1963 to 1968. He was also European Champion in Dortmund, Germany in 1966.
… victory in the League took place, 4-1 against Warszawianka Warszawa. Then, Wilno’s favorites lost 5 games in a row (including 1-7 against AKS Chorzów) and they were relegated, finishing the league in the last, 10th spot. Śmigły’s last game in the League took place on 30 October 1938 in Lwów, Wilno’s side lost 2-3.
…Ōe Masamichi is credited with developing the hayanuki (quick draw) exercise. In this style of training, the practitioner executes all ten techniques in a row. Two versions of hayanuki exist. In one version, both the left and right hands…
…İnan started to lead the team as weeks went by, helping Galatasaray win ten matches in a row and finish the first half of the season with 37 points, top of the league. By the end of matchday 34, right before the Süper Final series,…
… establishing himself as a key player for Dinamo, he helped the club win the Croatian First League title three seasons in a row from 2005-06. He also played a dominant part in his side capturing the Croatian Cup in the 2006 season.
… against SG Wallau-Massenheim winning both matches and taking the last European Champions Cup trophy. Ćavar scored 4 goals in each of the final matches.They had also won the domestic league and cup for another year in a row. Ćavar was awarded the best player of the Croatian First A League for that season.
…Østerbro-based B.93 won their second consecutive title of the league and their 7th overall KBU league championship, while B 1903 also finished as runners-up for the second year in a row. BK Frem, at that time based in the Vesterbro-area of…
…Íber Valencia won its tenth title in a row, winning all 22 games. CB Onda and CB Leganés followed in European positions, qualifying for the Cup Winners’ Cup and IHF Cup respectively.
… champions for a record six years in a row from 2007 to 2012. A notable feature of the 2013 victory was the introduction of 49-year-old John Quinn to win his 3rd senior medal, 32 years after winning his first and 27 years after his previous win.
… amount of his boxing ability, Zárate was nonetheless, a shadow of what he was before his 5-year retirement. In his return bout in 1986 against Adam García, he won a four-round decision. 11 more victories in a row, all by knockout, including…
Zvonareva has a 2-8 head-to-head record against Samantha Stosur, last beating Stosur at Wimbledon in 2004. Since then, Stosur has won eight consecutive meetings, with Zvonareva only winning three sets in the eight losses. Zvonareva has never lost to any other player eight times in a row.
Zverev had a slow start to 2011, losing four matches in a row before capturing his first win of the season in Indian Wells, where he made the second round after defeating Matthew Ebden. He then lost another four matches in a row again, prior to his victory over Dudi Sela in the first round at the Serbia Open.
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