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Cycle Israel and the Peaks of the World

September 2, 2018 // 0 Comments

The Jewish world now has a company catering to the needs of Jewish road cyclists: Kosher Cycle Tours. The company is focused on providing customers with fabulously rewarding, well-supported riding experiences in Europe and Israel, along with great kosher food, wonderful Shabbat experiences, and [Read More]

Julia Glushko on the Comeback Trail as US Open Approaches

August 3, 2018 // 0 Comments

1) Don’t miss The Sports Rabbi’s weekly column in The Jerusalem Post about Israel Tennis Player Julia Glushko, “GLUSHKO CREDITS MORE TIME IN ISRAEL FOR RECENT RETURN TO FORM ON COURT” – With the US Open coming up at the end of August, Glushko’s eyes are set on [Read More]

Jon Rathauser – Connecting to the Land of Israel through Lacrosse

July 18, 2018 // 0 Comments

By Jeremy Rabbani For Jon Rathauser, Israel National Lacrosse Team member, the sport is more than a game. Lacrosse is his very connection to the land of Israel. The Princeton, New Jersey native took annual trips to Israel with his family in his youth, and finally moved here with the chance to play [Read More]

Israel Sports Weekend Review for July 14-15, 2018

July 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

1) Heartbreak! The Israel U20 basketball team fell 60-59 to Germany after Deni Avdija’s potential game winning 3-pointer rattles off the rim in their opening game of the European Championships. Richard Freedenberg’s 3 with one second left was all the difference as the Blue & White come up [Read More]

Israel Sports Roundup for Friday July 13, 2018

July 13, 2018 // 0 Comments

1) Three Israeli soccer teams opened up their 2018/19 Season by playing abroad in European competitions this past week. Next week, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Beitar Jerusalem and Hapoel Beer Sheva all host continental foes at home. Check out my article in today’s Jerusalem Post about Club and Country! [Read More]

Israel Sports Roundup for Thursday July 12, 2018

July 12, 2018 // 0 Comments

1) Maccabi Tel Aviv drew 1:1 at Ferencvaros in Budapest, Hungary in their first leg first round Europa League qualifying match. Stefan Spirovski gave the host’s the lead in the 61′ but Eliran Atar’s added time goal in the 91′ gave Maccabi Tel Aviv the equalizer and a [Read More]
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