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Friday, 10 May 2019 23:02

Girls U20 Staff Announcement

Vaughan – May 10, 2019 - On behalf of the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada (NBHAC) and the Team Canada High Performance Director, Steve Dockerty, we are proud to announce the 2020 Junior Girls U20 Team Canada staff for the World Junior Championships to be held in Rovaniemi, Finland the week of June 30-July 5. 

Canada has had incredible success at international competitions over the years and program will be sending 22 players along with staff members to capture gold against the rest of the world.  The Junior Team Canada staff will be scouting the CanAm Junior Championships in Brampton to select the players for the World Junior Championships. 

Team Canada High Performance Director, Steve Dockerty who was represented Canada in 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2016 is now spear heading the entire Junior program, had the following to say about how the program has taken shape. “Our 2020 squads will definitely be competing for the gold again. Even Canada has won in the past we will work harder to improve the program. We want players that will be part of the Team Canada family for years to come.  We have established a team of strong individuals and players from across the country.

Dockerty continued, "We have such a strong group of coaches who all have been with the sport of ball hockey for numerous years.” 

It is with great pleasure to introduce the following selections for the 2020 Girls U20 Junior Team Canada program:

 

Head Coach: Melissa Miller 

Coach Miller success comes down to three core pillars - culture, talent, and the system of play/game style.  She stresses great culture as a must-have ingredient at the elite level, regardless of how good the other two factors are.  Without this there is nothing.  She has used this as a player very early playing in various leagues and has elevated her play to the Provincial ‘A’ league and continues to represent Canada on Women’s Team Canada where she has won three Gold medals and one Silver in her four World Championship appearances.  She currently coaches the boys ball hockey school team and Miller was an assistant coach in 2018 and returns to the program as head coach.   She is a student of the game with a masterful ability at team dynamics and group building.  She will teach, guide and elevate players to their potential.

 

Assistant Coach: Isabel Menard

Isabel has a great understanding of the international style of play and an appreciation of what it will take as a player to compete at the World level.  She continues to be an active player in various women’s and co-ed leagues and member of Women’s Team Canada.  Isabel has 5 years coaching experience and has coached in Switzerland and is currently coaching fundamentals to young girls.  Her greatest strengths are to lead by example and these young women will learn and prepare under her guidance and coaching.   The tactician, motivator and leader will give the 2020 team an opportunity to win gold, but the bigger message will stay with the young women they coach for rest of their lives.

 

Assistant Coach: Natasha King

Natasha has been playing the sport for 20 years and has had success at the U14, U16, U18 Girls Ontario provincial championships.  Since graduating to the Women’s division been a member of Team Canada capturing three Gold medals and one Silver in her four World Championship appearances. Her ball hockey experience is not limited to playing as she has coached both ball and ice hockey. She has coached at the local minor ball hockey house league program and been a member of the U14 provincial team. Currently she is coaching a midget girl’s ice hockey team.  Her strengths are her dedication, hard work, spirit, and knowledge of the game.

 

These individuals will have a big impact on the chemistry of the team.  If success can be defined in other ways, like making progress, giving effort, how much did we learn, or how much better were we at the end of the tournament than at the beginning, the staff will be teaching important life lessons to the team and bringing home gold.

 

The NBHAC will be announcing the U16, U18, U20 staffs in the following weeks and support staff in June.

 

#wbhf2020rovaniemi #WeReady #WeAreTeamCanada #BeTheStandard

 

Sunday, 31 March 2019 15:41

Junior World Championship in Finland

The World Ball Hockey Federation Junior Championships will be hosted in Rovaniemi, Finland.

 

The WBHF Junior Championships is largest ball hockey tournament offering U14, U16, U18, U20 and Girls U20 divisions and in 2020 the tournament will take place June 30 to July 5.

 

The Junior Championships are hosted bi-annually and will welcome over 500 players, coaches, team managers, club officials and families. 

 

One of the features for the Championships will be the Athletes Village which has four hotel properties less than 100 metres from the double pad arena.  The arena is part of a bigger sport complex which is an official Olympic training centre for the following various sports, ice hockey, cross country skiing, ski jumping, snowboarding, figure skating, paralympic skiing and athletes from around the world visit for their training.

 

The age of birth’s for the 2020 World Junior Championships are below with the current World Champion):

 

U14 – 2006 and 2007 (Slovakia)

U16 – 2004 and 2005 (Canada)

U18 – 2002 and 2003 (Canada)

U20 – 2000 and 2001 (Slovakia)

Girls U20 – 2000, 2001 and 2002 (Canada)

 

WBHF President, Domenic Di Gironimo, “this is an exciting opportunity for the WBHF as we welcomed St Hockey recently that have programs in Finland, Sweden, Denmark and expanding into other European countries in the next five years” he continued, “the partnership with St Hockey and the Russian and China Olympic committees will assist in growing the sport.”

 

The championships already have received confirmation s from Canada, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Sweden, United States of America and hosts Finland and look to welcome other teams in the coming months with final confirmations in February 2020.

 

#wbhf2020rovaniemi #WeAreBallHockey

 

 

Thursday, 10 January 2019 22:11

JTC Staff Job Openings

Junior Team Canada Staff Job Openings – General Manager (U16, U18, U20 & Girls U20)

Our goal is to build a program that is recognized as the best in world.  We have a reputation for excellence in our sport coupled with a strong sense of community, which fosters growth.  We will prepare and assemble a Team of Ball Hockey Players from Canada to compete for Gold Medal at the World Championships.

 

The goal is to field teams that set extra-ordinary standards for competitiveness, sportsmanship and team continuity.  To create a “life experience” for members of Team Canada.  

 

Athletic activities are an important part of our youth’s life experiences and this is reflected in our achievement in inter-provincial competition.   We are seeking an outstanding individuals including, High Performance Director, Head Coach, Team Doctor, Therapist and Equipment Manager to be a part of our Team Canada program for each of our Junior U16, U18, U20 & Girls U20 teams.

 

The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada strives for excellence - in the quality of its players and community leaders and in the long tradition of athletic achievement.  We are currently seeking a qualified candidate’s for the following contracts in preparation for the 2020 World Junior Championships in Europe.

General Manager

Head Coach

Therapist

Equipment Manager

Doctor

Mentor

 

Monday, 26 February 2018 21:52

JTC Girls U20 Team Announcement

Vaughan, Ontario - The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada will be participating at the inaugural World Girls U20 Championships.

 

For the first time ever woman will represent Canada at the junior level internationally.  The Junior Team Canada U20 program will be sending 20 players along with coaching staff to Nitra, Slovakia in June 2018 to compete in the World Junior Championship. 

 

The Junior Team Canada staff held its first ever selection camp in Bradford, Ontario on December 16, inviting 45 woman to tryout for the team.  The day was full of practices, scrimmages and information surrounding the tournament and the exciting buzz around the area could be felt by everyone there.  The day started off with a nervous group of girls arriving at the rink with some uncertainty of what the day would bring, but it did not take long before practice began and their skill became evident.  As the day progressed, the level of talent kicked up a notch and the competition was tight making it challenging for the coaching staff.  Come the end of the camp emerged a very talented group of elite woman ready to take on Nitra in June.

 

The WJC tournament will provide the girls with their first opportunity to play a sport they have come to love, internationally.  Playing at this high level, elite ball hockey competition will serve the girls with a good foundation in their individual growth and development, as well as, an opportunity to develop and grow woman in sport.  The players were selected based on, not only, their high caliber of skill, but also for their character and personality to represent Canada.

 

The goal for this tournament is to not only bring woman to the forefront of ball hockey on an international stage and win gold, but to also create a team that will set the bar for all future teams in women's ball hockey.  We expect a high level of competitiveness, sportsmanship, and team comradery from each of the players and are hoping to create an experience of a lifetime for each and every one of them. As these girls grow up and move onto their careers and lives have it will not only be the medal they will remember and tell stories about, but also the opportunity to be a part of the first ever U20 Women's Canadian Ball Hockey team and the experience of traveling to Nitra, Slovakia during the trip of a lifetime.

 

With that being said, it is with great honour and pride that we present to you the 2018 Women’s U20 Junior Team Canada players and coaching staff:

 

Goalies: Josée Lalonde, Camryn Fennell 

 

Defence: Claire Lyons, Rebecca  Spence, Madison Fruhner, Jordynn Hall, Makenna Chokelal, Kristin Krowchuk 

 

Forwards: Kelsey Coady, Sara Richardson, Grace Lafreniere, Saurin Lalonde, Eden Conquer, Kelsey Cluett, Abigail Campbell, Hannah Eaton, Abigail Giesbrecht, Julia Jackson, Sandrine Meunier-Geoffroy, Victoria Ansell  

 

Staff: General Manager: Stephen Dockerty ~ Coaches: Tracy Kitchen, Danielle Close, Melissa Miller

 

For media inquiries or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Stephen Dockerty at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Your Passion…Your Dedication…Play Like A Champion…Play Like Team Canada…Commit To The Culture of Excellence

 

#wbhf2018nitra #JTC_NBHAC #WeReady #WeAreTeamCanada #BeGreat #BeTheStandard

 

Bradford, Canada - All roads lead to Bradford for the top U20 Girls prospects for the JTC program.

The destination of their pilgrimage took place on Saturday, December 16 in Bradford as 35 players attend the Prospects Camp which featured rigorous series of skill assessment drills inserted throughout the practices followed by scrimmages.

Stephen Dockerty, General Manager, who organized the camp, said, “we have representation from the six centers which will assist in growing the sport.” He continued, “interest in the camp will grow in future years and expanded as the sport grows.”   “We have always used tournaments for the selection process, but this brings in the best players, as we have one location and all the scouts have been brought in.  We have a captive audience and they can all watch and measure the skills of the players.  This camp was about opportunity.” 

“Ball Hockey is a great game but there isn’t enough opportunity for some smaller centre’s” Dockerty said. “These players all think about playing the game they love and the passion level is consistent among all the prospects.”

'The players have experienced success at all levels, be it with their houseleague or provincial teams and we will be ready Nitra and to represent our country.”

The team will be participating at the World Ball Hockey Federation Championships the week of June 25 to July 1 in Nitra, Slovakia along with the Boys U16, U18 and U20 teams

#wbhf2018nitra #WeReady #BeTheStandard #WeAreCanada

 

The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada will be participating at the Inaugural World Girls U20 Championships.

The World Ball Hockey Federation (WBHF) will be hosting the tournament in Nitra, Slovakia the week of June 25 to July 1, 2018.

The tournament will join the Boys U14, U16, U18 and U20 tournament making it the largest Junior tournament in the sport.

To date, four nations are confirmed, Canada, Czech Republic, Hungary and the host Slovakia.  The WBHF is hoping to get a fifth team for the Championships.

The NBHAC is hosting their Selection Camp in Bradford, Ontario on Saturday, December 16 and any players interested in attending must be born in 1998, 1999, 2000 or 2001.

For information and to register for the camp, please email Stephen Dockerty at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before December 1

#wbhf2018nitra #BeTheStandard #WeAreTeamCanada 

 

Thursday, 23 November 2017 22:17

The Best Junior U-20 Players in the Country

The Junior U20 Team Canada Program will be sending 22 players along with staff members to Nitra, Slovakia to capture the gold.

 

The Junior Team Canada staff was very busy in 2017 scouting various events.  Thorough scouting of High School Tournaments, Provincial Junior Championships and CanAm Junior Championship led to the selections of the team.  For the returning players, the players with international experience will be a good foundation in preparing for this high level tournament. The players were selected, not just on high calibre skills, but for their personalities and community backgrounds as well.

 

High Performance Director, Steve Dockerty, who is involved in the restructuring of the international program stated, “our squad will definitely be competing for the gold again. Even though our members were a part of the teams that won gold in 2016 in all three divisions, The NBHAC has been working hard to improve the program. We want players that will be part of the Team Canada family for years to come.  The High Performance Program has been established to create continuity consisting of strong individuals across the country with involvement in the various national teams at the adult levels.

 

Dockerty continued about the coaching staff, we have such a strong group of coaches and all have international experience as coaches and players and all have strong technical backgrounds who will lead these young players.

 

In addition to these coaches, the program strives to set a standard to bring back and integrate alumni as mentors who will be an extension of the coaching staff.

 

Commenting on the goal of the 2018 teams Dockerty adds, “we have a Mission Statement - To prepare and assemble a team of junior ball hockey players from Canada to compete for gold at the WJC. To field a team that sets extraor­dinary standards for competitiveness, sportsmanship and team continuity. To create a ‘life experience’ for members of JTC and officials.”  Dockerty added, “that truly is our goal, to compete for gold, but also to set exceptional standards for the players and team officials.

 

Ball Hockey is an amazing sport and these young men are truly fortunate to have the opportunity to compete with the best in the world and absorb the culture of Eastern European cities.” Dockerty concluded with “The ultimate goal is to ensure each player has a life experience that he can take with him for years to come.”

 

Dockerty continued, ‘we are pleased with the scouting, selec­tion and acceptance of the players chosen for the team.’

 

Dockerty has been a part of junior ball hockey for over fifteen years and attended the 2004 and 2006 as a fan and then started working in 2008 with the junior Team Canada Program in 2008, 2010 and 2012 as well as 2016.  “It is not only what will take place on the floor for these young individuals, as most will be visit­ing Slovakia for the first time in their lives, it will be the culture they will encounter,” said Dockerty. “As these young people grow up and have families it won’t be the medals that they come home with that will be mostly remembered, it will be the experience of visiting this part of the world, and we as management, coaches, mentors and support staff want to make sure it truly is a trip of a lifetime for them” added Steve.

 

“Having spoken to all members of the coaching staffs throughout this process, I am confident that the work that they have put in will translate into a highly satisfying trip along with a good showing on the floor.” said Dockerty. “In the last three international competitions the staff thought out all the little things and planned accordingly because once you start traveling with this amount of players plus staff in a short period of time through major European cities, it all has to run smoothly from start to finish in order for these players to produce on the floor.”

 

People that tend to be missed in these types of announcements are the local coaches, associations and family members that have helped the players get to this level, along with these individuals all those that scouted for Junior Team Canada at regional and national events should take pride in this team, as they too played a big part in the team composition.

 

General Manager, Mauro Cugini was very pleased with the composition of the team having been involved with the U-20 program since 2008, ‘this is the strongest and most athletic team that we have ever assembled’.   He continued, “wherever the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada competes, it is understood throughout the sport that it is the best collection of Junior players in the country.’   

 

“On behalf of the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada, I would like to congratulate the players and staff named today, along with their provincial associations, leagues, club teams, families, coaches and officials who have helped them along the way,” said Dockerty.  With that said, it is with great pride that we present you the 2018 Junior U-20 Team Canada players:  

 

The U20 Team

Goalies: Ruan Badenhorst and Bradley Dobson 

 

Defenseman: Curtis Anderson, Teddy Cristou, Carter Forget, Jaisen Gill, Mackenzie McHugh, Brandon LeMesurier, John Sawka and Calan Trumpour 

 

Forwards:  Stephen Bell, William Calverley, Philipe Chin, Breaden Dorion, Andrew Foley, Evan Foley, Tyson Gilmour, Aaron Mavrou, Jason Pineo, Aidan Robitaille, Andrew Snowden and Eric Taylor 

 

Staff: Mauro Cugini (Head Coach), Niko Tedesco (Assistant Coach), Dylan Churchwell (Assistant Coach/Mentor), Amanda Spence (Registered Massage Therapist), Matthew Clark (Equipment) and Andrea Jones (Doctor) 

 

Your Passion…Your Dedication…Play Like A Champion…Play Like Team Canada…Commit To The Culture of Excellence

 

#wbhf2018nitra

#BeTheStandard

#WeAreTeamCanada

 

Thursday, 16 November 2017 21:21

CANADA’S U18 ROSTER ANNOUNCEMENT

The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada is proud to announce it will be sending 20 players along with staff members to Nitra, Slovakia in June 2018 to represent the Junior Team Canada Under 18 ball hockey program and defend their status as undefeated World Champions since 2012.

The Junior Team Canada staff were very busy in 2017 scouting various events including the Provincial Peewee, Bantam and Junior Championships, and the CanAm Junior Championship which has led to the selections of this team.  

This tournament will afford players, in most instances, with their first international experience and exposure to high level, elite ball hockey competition, and will serve as a good foundation in their individual growth and development. The players were selected, not just for their obvious high calibre skills, but for their character, personality and community reputation as well.

High Performance Director, Steve Dockerty, stated, “The U18 squad will definitely looks ready to competing for gold once again, having a good mix of returning U16 champions, and many talented additions.  Every year the competition gets better, but I am confident that the squad that General Manager Scott Jacobi and his staff have put together will once again be competing for the championship gold."

Dockerty, in commenting on the coaching staff selected, "we have such a strong group of coaches combining elite Provincial and International experience as coaches and in many cases as players, while also possessing strong technical backgrounds that will aid them in leading these young men".

Commenting on the goal of the 2018 teams Dockerty adds, “we have a Mission Statement - To prepare and assemble a team of junior ball hockey players from Canada to compete for gold at the WJC. To field a team that sets extraor­dinary standards for competitiveness, sportsmanship and team continuity. To create a ‘life experience’ for the members of the JTC and the officials.”  

Ball Hockey is an amazing sport and these young men are truly fortunate to have the opportunity to compete with the best in the world and absorb the culture of Eastern European cities.” Dockerty concluded with “The ultimate goal is to ensure each player has a life experience that he can take with him for years to come.”  Dockerty continued, ‘we are pleased with the scouting, selec­tion and acceptance of the players chosen for the team.’

Dockerty has been a part of junior ball hockey for over fifteen years and attended the 2004 and 2006 as a fan and then started working in 2008 with the Junior Team Canada Program in 2008, 2010 and 2012 as well as 2016.  “It is not only what will take place on the floor for these young men, as most will be visit­ing Slovakia for the first time in their lives, it will be the culture they will encounter,” said Dockerty. “As these young people grow up and have families it won’t be the medals that they come home with that will be mostly remembered, it will be the experience of visiting this part of the world, and we as management, coaches, mentors and support staff want to make sure it truly is a trip of a lifetime for them” added Steve.

“Having spoken to all members of the coaching staffs throughout this process, I am confident that the work that they have put in will translate into a highly satisfying trip along with a good showing on the floor.” said Dockerty. “In the last three international competitions the staff thought out all the little things and planned accordingly because once you start traveling with this amount of players plus staff in a short period of time through major European cities, it all has to run smoothly from start to finish in order for these players to produce on the floor.”

People that tend to be missed in these types of announcements are the local coaches, associations and family members that have helped the players get to this level, along with these individuals all those that scouted for Junior Team Canada at regional and national events should take pride in this team, as they too played a big part in the team composition.

“On behalf of the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada, I would like to congratulate the players and staff named today, along with their provincial associations, leagues, club teams, families, coaches and officials who have helped them along the way,” said Dockerty.  With that said, it is with great pride that we present you the 2018 Junior Team Canada U18 players:  

The U18 Team

Goalies: Matthew Stradling, TBA ~ Defencemen:   Nathan Balkwill, Owen Bell, Zachary Berriault, Jake Deault, Cameron Owens, Clayton Stutt  ~ Forwards:   Diego Arreola, Felix Bourdon, Max Bush, Owen Dever, Malcolm Hurd, Matthew Iasenza, Ethan Lajeunesse, Cole Leal, Bailey Maracle, Landon McLellan, Tyson Moore, Robert Skolud ~ Coaches:  Scott Jacobi, Tyler McClure

 

All for One!

 

Monday, 13 November 2017 15:48

Canada’s U16 Roster Announcement

The Junior Team Canada Under 16 Program will be sending 20 players along with staff members to Nitra, Slovakia in June 2018 to recapture gold, and defend their status as reigning World Champions.

The Junior Team Canada staff were very busy in 2017 scouting various events including the Provincial Peewee, Bantam and Junior Championships, and the CanAm Junior Championship which has led to the selections of this team. 

This tournament will afford players, in most instances, with their first international experience and exposure to high level, elite ball hockey competition, and will serve as a good foundation in their individual growth and development. The players were selected, not just for their obvious high calibre skills, but for their character, personality and community reputation as well.

High Performance Director, Steve Dockerty, stated, “the under 16 level is always an unknown in terms of how we will stack up against our competition, but I am confident that the squad that General Manager Scott Jacobi and his staff have put together will once again be competing for the gold."

Dockerty, in commenting on the coaching staff selected, "we have such a strong group of coaches combining elite Provincial and International experience as coaches and in many cases as players, while also possessing strong technical backgrounds that will aid them in leading these young men".

Commenting on the goal of the 2018 teams Dockerty adds, “we have a Mission Statement - To prepare and assemble a team of junior ball hockey players from Canada to compete for gold at the WJC. To field a team that sets extraor­dinary standards for competitiveness, sportsmanship and team continuity. To create a ‘life experience’ for the members of the JTC and the officials.” 

Ball Hockey is an amazing sport and these young men are truly fortunate to have the opportunity to compete with the best in the world and absorb the culture of Eastern European cities.” Dockerty concluded with “The ultimate goal is to ensure each player has a life experience that he can take with him for years to come.”  Dockerty continued, ‘we are pleased with the scouting, selec­tion and acceptance of the players chosen for the team.’

Dockerty has been a part of junior ball hockey for over fifteen years and attended the 2004 and 2006 as a fan and then started working in 2008 with the Junior Team Canada Program in 2008, 2010 and 2012 as well as 2016.  “It is not only what will take place on the floor for these young men, as most will be visit­ing Slovakia for the first time in their lives, it will be the culture they will encounter,” said Dockerty. “As these young people grow up and have families it won’t be the medals that they come home with that will be mostly remembered, it will be the experience of visiting this part of the world, and we as management, coaches, mentors and support staff want to make sure it truly is a trip of a lifetime for them” added Steve.

“Having spoken to all members of the coaching staffs throughout this process, I am confident that the work that they have put in will translate into a highly satisfying trip along with a good showing on the floor.” said Dockerty. “In the last three international competitions the staff thought out all the little things and planned accordingly because once you start traveling with this amount of players plus staff in a short period of time through major European cities, it all has to run smoothly from start to finish in order for these players to produce on the floor.”

People that tend to be missed in these types of announcements are the local coaches, associations and family members that have helped the players get to this level, along with these individuals all those that scouted for Junior Team Canada at regional and national events should take pride in this team, as they too played a big part in the team composition.

“On behalf of the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada, I would like to congratulate the players and staff named today, along with their provincial associations, leagues, club teams, families, coaches and officials who have helped them along the way,” said Dockerty.  With that said, it is with great pride that we present you the 2018 Junior Team Canada U16 players: 

The U16 TeamGoalies:Tucker Clyne, Sean Grey ~ Defencemen:   Westin Bartlett, Cameron Clarke, Brayden McGuire, Callum Scanlan, Josh Smith, David Summers ~ Forwards:   Nick Blais, Brendan Browne, Sebastian Bulovs, Aidan Haughey, Ethan Larmand, Jake Lemere, Justin Lemesurier, Karsten Leonard, Zack Nault, Keenan Scrimshaw, Ryan Smith, Kyler Watson ~ Coaches:  Nelson Lajeunesse, Joe Cochrane

All for One!

Wednesday, 23 August 2017 21:54

World Juniors To Be Hosted In Slovakia

From the WBHF web site www.wbhf.info 
 
Nitra to host the World Ball Hockey Federation (WBHF) Junior World Championships in 2018. 
 
World Junior Leaders will measure their strengths from June 25th to July 1, 2018 at the HC Nitra Stadium (seating for 3600) and on the secondary community rink, Nitrianski Rytieri (seating for 400 spectators)
 
Beneath the Zoborom, teams from five age categories - up to 14, 16, 18, 20 and premiere and girls under 20 will welcome. The organizer of MSJ is the civic association Nitrawa.
 
The arrangement of the Junior WBHF 2018 was also interested in Czech Pilsen. However, Nitra presented a nice project with the support of the city, and the organization's representatives approved it.
 
"We are preparing an unforgettable championship for world champions, we have had a great experience with the organization of youth tournaments for many years, but we know this will be a different level, for us in Nitra this is a huge challenge we have received from the WBHF.
 
"My whole team working with me is already looking forward to it, there will be an artificial surface at the stadium in Nitra and there will be a cube that has not been in the junior hockey game yet, we have already prepared the fanzine before the stadium and all that belongs to this event, "MSB Juraj Bubak, head of MSJ's organizational committee, told the web site wbhf.info
 
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