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Karatist Sadjid Bulut gave His Medal to the Girl in the Wheelchair

first_imgAt the recent international tournament in traditional karate that was held in Slovenia, Karatist Sadjid Bulut from Visoko made a twenty-year-old Jana Ljondov, who suffers from cerebral paralysis, happy by giving her his silver medal, and he will remember her smile, as he says, for the rest of his life.“When I entered the hall in Koper, I saw a girl in wheelchairs. I decided that if I win I will dedicate my victory and medal to her,” said Bulut, adding that he wanted to show that sport is both physical and spiritual upbringing.He said that he took the medal off his neck and gave it to Jana with the permission of her mother.Saso Ljondov, Jana’s father took a photo of them, and they found each other on social networks after their impressions settled down.Ljondov said that this is a huge thing for his family, especially to his daughter who loves sports and visits the competition often, especially karate competitions.“I was an athlete and I know what it means to give someone your victory, your medal, especially to someone that you do not know, and not to even present yourself, which makes the act even greater,” said Ljondov.He said that karatist approached his wife and asked if he could give the medal to the girl in the wheelchair and after she said yes, he did it.“My daughter is happy. He touched my heart and it has no price,” said Ljondov.Bulut is a member of the karate club “Visoko” from Visoko, but his coach Redzep Gradjan says that such moves are made by really great athletes and great people. He said that Bulut won two gold medals last year and he is the athlete of the year of 2016 in his hometown.On the karate competition in Koper participated competitors from Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, and BiH.(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more

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first_imgSPORTS NOTICE: Members of the Lisbon Lions Letterkenny Celtic Supporters Club aremeeting is in the Tir na Nog bar in Ballymacool this coming Friday the 22nd May at 8pm.All members are asked to attend.Non -members are welcome along too. SPORTS NOTICE: LISBON LIONS CELTIC SUPPORTERS CLUN MEETING THIS FRIDAY was last modified: May 19th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:celtic fcNoticessoccerSportSupporters Club Meetinglast_img read more

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Sandwell Council customer service staff regraded to receive pay rise

first_imgCustomer service staff employed at Sandwell Council, who are members of the Unite and Unison trade unions, will receive a pay increase as a result of being re-graded into a new pay band.Around 20 Unison and 14 Unite members were due to begin industrial action this week in a dispute regarding the organisation’s job evaluation process; the trade unions alleged that this process did not take into consideration the work that staff performed.Unison and Unite members employed at Sandwell Council, working across its neighbourhood offices, voted to begin a ‘work to rule’ schedule from Friday 10 May 2019; this would have seen customer service staff refuse to accept calls, pass along information or handle matters pertaining to certain enquiries, such as evictions.This action, however, was cancelled on 1 May 2019, after the affected staff accepted a new offer from the council. As at 1 May 2019, customer service employees have been re-graded; this will mean that staff who are currently paid between £19,000 and £20,000 a year will see their yearly pay increase by £4,000. They will also receive two additional days of leave.Tony Barnsley, branch secretary, Sandwell General branch at Unison, said: “We congratulate our members for their unified show of strength.”In a joint statement, Tracy Wood, regional officer at Unison, and Brian Rickers, spokesperson at Unite, added: “The offer of better pay from 1 May 2019 means that there will no longer be any need for the planned industrial action. We welcome the decision of Sandwell Council to bring this matter to a conclusion.”A spokesperson at Sandwell Council said: “We are pleased to have resolved this issue by working closely with the unions. The agreement we have reached not only addresses staff concerns but will also help us improve customer service.”last_img read more

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