Sports and Hobbies

Sports and Hobbies
May 2, 2022 • SAN ISSUE 25 - Summer 2021

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Article by Dragana Petković
Sports and Hobbies
December 23, 2021 • SAN ISSUE 23 - Winter/Зима 2021

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Article by Bojan Grbić
Sports and Hobbies
April 25, 2021 • SAN ISSUE 21 - Summer 2020

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Article by Zoran Vujanović
Sports and Hobbies
April 20, 2021 • SAN ISSUE 24-Spring 2021

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Article by Violeta Dimitrijevic
Interview, Sports and Hobbies
September 5, 2020 • SAN ISSUE 14 - Fall/Јесен 2018

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Article by Zoran Vujanović
Sports and Hobbies
April 28, 2020 • SAN ISSUE 7 - Winter 2017.

I woke up one morning and decided: today I will run a marathon! Right… if only it were that easy. A marathon can’t be run just like that. A race like that is neither easy nor short. However, anything is possible. Of course, not quite so spontaneously. But little by little, with practice one can get to a marathon. I had never even tried, but while I was still on the fence about it, I somehow realized that it wouldn’t be as fulfilling as I was hoping.

Article by Nenad Vukobratović
Interview, Sports and Hobbies
March 4, 2019 • SAN ISSUE 16 - Spring/Пролеће 2019

"Menssana in corporesano." Latin proverb

Our guest today is StevanKuzminac, Coordinator and Instructorat the Canadian Kickboxing Academy. Stevan is a Certified Kickboxing Coach and a former competitor atthe Kickboxing Club Zemun. As a coach in former the Yugoslavia, he had the pleasure to train several national champions who competed successfully at the international level. Stevan has been training in kickboxing for thirty-five years. At the professional level, Stevan has been active for twenty-four years as a coach and referee.

Article by Katarina Marković
Sports and Hobbies
January 15, 2019 • SAN ISSUE 15 - Winter/Зима 2018.

Memories of the Mladostski lodge, where I started skiing 50 years ago, are still alive today. My skis from that time could be an exhibit at any ski museum. Fortunately, the paradise in which I learned my first ski movements still exists and is still called Rajska dolina [Paradise Valley]. It is located on Jahorina, a mountain that was and still is a place to be enjoyed equally in summer and winter.

Article by Zoran Vujanovic
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Serbs Around the World, Sports and Hobbies
October 1, 2017 • SAN ISSUE 10 - Fall 2017

It is believed that the domestication of pigeons is two thousand years old, and this group of birds are among the most intelligent. In Serbia, about twenty thousand people are involved in pigeon keeping, they work towards preserving certain species and they participate in contests.

Article by Snežana Ivković
Serbian Community, Sports and Hobbies
October 1, 2017 • SAN ISSUE 10 - Fall/Јесен 2017

The origin of Preferans cannot be conclusively determined. In spite of the French roots of the game’s terminology and the game’s name itself, which comes from 1802, it is more likely that Preferans originated among the Russian nobility of the mid-nineteenth century. According to some sources, it was Kosta Cukić who brought Preferans to Serbia in 1848.

Article by Dragan Knežević
Serbian Community, Sports and Hobbies, Young Journalists
April 1, 2017 • SAN ISSUE 8 - Spring 2017

Andrea Mitrović, a young woman from Mississauga, is the best volleyball player in Canada in the under-19 category, and the most talented of all the female volleyball players who will continue their sports careers in universities across the United States and Canada. This is confirmed by the ranking published on the official website for university recruitment of male and female volleyball players, www.richkern.com.

 

Article by Ivana Đorđević
Canada, Sports and Hobbies, Trending
January 1, 2017 • SAN ISSUE 7 - Winter 2017

The Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines, intended for people aged 18-64, suggests 150 minutes of moderate to intense physical activity per week, and of that, strengthening the major muscle groups should be twice a week. For Torontonians who are bored of the same old running, swimming, or traditional ball games, there are more and more options to be active with the support of a group and instructor. 

Article by Karolina Grujić