Johannes Pløger

Johannes Theodor Louis Plöger known as Johannes Pløger, was a Danish football player, who most notably played professionally as a winger for Italian clubs Juventus F. C. and Udinese Calcio. He played 21 games and scored eight goals for the Denmark national football team, with whom he won a bronze medal at the 1948 Summer Olympics. Born at Frederiksberg in Copenhagen, Pløger started his senior career with Boldklubben Frem, he became the wunderkind of Danish football at the age of 18, when helped Frem win the 1940 Danish Cup, made his debut for the Danish national team in October 1940. Pløger was called the Aladdin of Danish football, with his happy-go-lucky dribbling runs, he was a part of the Frem teams that won the 1941 and 1944 Danish championship trophies, was selected to represent Denmark at the 1948 Olympics. He scored two goals in four games as Denmark won bronze medals, was one of several Danish footballers, bought by professional Italian clubs after the Olympics had ended, he played his last Danish national team game in October 1948, as the Danish rules of amateurism prohibited him from representing his country as a professional player.

In the same year 1948 he joined Juventus in the italian Serie A, after a quick 40 billions lire transfer. Pløger was optioned by Milan, as a repair Gianni Agnelli, president of the bianconeri team, sold the option he had on the swedish forward Nordahl. Despite the high transfer fee, in Italy Pløger did not make as great an impact as some of the other Danes, who were brought in from the 1948 Olympic team, he was too slow to dazzle with his skills in the Italian game, lost some of his confidence. He played one season each for Juventus FC, Novara Calcio, Torino Calcio, before ending his career with three seasons at Udinese Calcio. After finishing his professional career in Italy, Pløger settled as a Ford car dealer in Frederiksberg, he died in February 1991, 69 years old. Danish Championships: 1940-41 and 1943-44 with Frem Danish Cup: 1940 with Frem Danish national team profile Boldklubben Frem profile

2019 Critérium du Dauphiné

The 2019 Critérium du Dauphiné was the 71st edition of the Critérium du Dauphiné, a road cycling stage race. The race took place between 9 and 16 June 2019, in Switzerland. On 25 March 2019, the race organisers, the Amaury Sport Organisation, announced the route at a presentation in Lyon; the eighteen UCI WorldTeams were automatically invited to participate. In addition, four UCI Professional Continental teams received wildcard invitations: Cofidis, Arkéa–Samsic, Vital Concept–B&B Hotels and Wanty–Gobert. In total, twenty-two teams started the race, with seven riders per team: Chris Froome was the favourite for the race, having won three previous editions. Defending champion Geraint Thomas was not in the field. Jakob Fuglsang, Richie Porte, Nairo Quintana and Tom Dumoulin were considered as the nearest rivals. 9 June 2019 - Aurillac to Jussac, 142 km 10 June 2019 - Mauriac to Craponne-sur-Arzon, 180 km 11 June 2019 - Le Puy-en-Velay to Riom, 172 km 12 June 2019 - Roanne to Roanne, 26.1 km Pre-race favourite Chris Froome suffered a crash during the route reconnaissance before the stage, resulting in fractures of the pelvis, femur and ribs.

Team principal Dave Brailsford confirmed that Froome would miss the rest of the race, the 2019 Tour de France. 13 June 2019 - Boën-sur-Lignon to Voiron, 201 km 14 June 2019 - Saint-Vulbas to Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne, 228 km 15 June 2019 - Saint-Genix-les-Villages to Les Sept Laux-Pipay, 133 km Tom Dumoulin, one of the pre-race favourites, withdrew from the race before the start of the stage. During the stage, the weather started sunny. 16 June 2019 - Cluses to Champéry, 113.5 km Adam Yates, second place on the general classification, abandoned the race in the final 50 km. In the Critérium du Dauphiné, four different jerseys were awarded; the most important was the general classification, calculated by adding each cyclist's finishing times on each stage. Time bonuses were awarded to the first three finishers on all stages except for the individual time trial: the stage winner won a ten-second bonus, with six and four seconds for the second and third riders respectively; the rider with the least accumulated time is the race leader, identified by a yellow jersey with a blue bar.

Additionally, there was a points classification. In the classification, cyclists received points for finishing in the top 10 in a stage. More points were awarded on the flatter stages in the opening half of the race. There was a mountains classification, the leadership of, marked by a blue jersey with white polka dots. In the mountains classification, points towards the classification were won by reaching the top of a climb before other cyclists; each climb was categorised as either hors, second, third, or fourth-category, with more points available for the higher-categorised climbs. Hors-category climbs awarded the most points; the fourth jersey represented the young rider classification, marked by a white jersey. This was decided the same way as the general classification, but only riders born on or after 1 January 1993 were eligible to be ranked in the classification. There was a team classification, in which the times of the best three cyclists per team on each stage were added together. Official site


Hapalogenys is the only genus in the family Hapalogenyidae, the barbeled grunters. The species of this genus are found in depths between 30 and 230 m in coastal areas and river mouths from the shores of southern Japan to the Bay of Bengal and Northwestern Australia. Recent studies have shown they are related to the family Lobotidae. There are eight recognized species in this genus: Hapalogenys analis J. Richardson, 1845 Hapalogenys bengalensis Mohapatra, D. Ray & Kumar, 2013 Hapalogenys dampieriensis Iwatsuki & B. C. Russell, 2006 Hapalogenys filamentosus Iwatsuki & B. C. Russell, 2006 Hapalogenys kishinouyei H. M. Smith & T. E. B. Pope, 1906 Hapalogenys merguiensis Iwatsuki, Satapoomin & Amaoka, 2000 Hapalogenys nigripinnis Hapalogenys sennin Iwatsuki & Nakabo, 2005 Froese and Daniel Pauly, eds.. "Hapalogenyidae" in FishBase. August 2013 version. World Register of Marine Species: Hapalogenys