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World Men’s Handball Championship

The 2019 IHF World Men’s Handball Championship, will be the 26th event hosted by the International Handball Federation and will be held in Denmark and Germany from 10 to 27 January 2019. This will be the first IHF World Men’s Handball Championship to include more than one host country.

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Start date: January 2019
Teams: 24
End date: January 27, 2019
Venues: 6

Strap in for the Super Bowl of Masonry: 2019 in alternative sports
Simon Burnton
Perhaps it’s time some of sport’s more overlooked events had their chance to shine in 2019. World Championship Scotch Pie Awards, anyone?
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Handball! Well, yes, it’s very nearly time for the World Championship hosted harmoniously this year by Germany, Denmark and mascot Stan, all the way from planet GD19.
Handball! Well, yes, it’s very nearly time for the World Championship hosted harmoniously this year by Germany, Denmark and mascot Stan, all the way from planet GD19. Photograph: Ennio Leanza/EPA
At the start of what is going to be, at least numerically speaking, an odd year, we look ahead to 12 months with no men’s football World Cup or European Championship; a time when, away from the lush pastures of the world’s most popular and attention-demanding sport, the often icy and ignored playing fields of a few different disciplines can finally receive the focus they deserve.

The men’s Cricket World Cup starts in May and the rugby version in September, but there is no need to go so long in search of global competition when alternative events already abound like so much January snowfall. Starting with the Men’s Handball World Championship, co-hosted by “the two handball-loving countries of Germany and Denmark”, which starts on Thursday.

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For all that the event is about pitting nation against nation in very literally hand-to-hand combat, it is imbued with a spirit of cooperation that does not end with the harmonious hosts. The German singer Dominik Klein – not to be confused with the German international handball player Dominik Klein, even though he seems to have been chosen quite deliberately for that purpose – collaborated with the Danish DJ Kongsted to record the official song, the suitably energetic Stand Up Stand Out (“Full arenas and the best handball in the world need a song that gets us all excited and ready to party,” says Klein) while the mascot was designed “partly by fans” after a global crowdsourcing initiative.

This might have been a tactical error. They ended up with a moon-faced humanoid called Stan, who looks like Frank Sidebottom has just joined the Power Rangers. Stan, it turns out, is a visitor from the fictional planet GD19 where “most days we just celebrate, dance and sing”. The German handball association started its press release introducing Stan with the assertion that “mascots have always been born of strange ideas” and it is certainly true of theirs.

January, however, is full of events that do not need an outsized alien to get people muttering about strange ideas. Take the World Ice Fishing Championship, which starts in Batak, Bulgaria, in a fortnight, and involves contestants drilling access to a frozen lake and attempting to coax fish from its frigid depths by rapidly wiggling their miniature rods. “This sport is very interesting,” said the Russian Nikolai Volodin after he came 76th in 2017. “Chess on ice, you could say.”

There are certainly more meaningless things to do on ice, as contestants of this week’s IceSnowFootball World Cup will surely discover. The event has attracted four star-studded sides to the Swiss town of Arosa, including Stéphane Chapuisat from the host nation, Germany’s Torsten Frings and Mario Basler, Spain’s Gaizka Mendieta and, somehow finding himself in a global all-stars squad, Danny Mills. All will attempt to play the game on the unforgiving terrain of an Alpine ice rink covered in snow, and though it must be extremely hard for players to keep their footing in such conditions, anyone who watched Neymar’s performances in Russia last year will appreciate that the same is sometimes true on perfectly-manicured grass, only without the obvious excuse.

Those in search of something a little less prone to melting or falling over should look instead to Las Vegas on 23 January, when the Bricklayer World Championship will be not so much played as laid. To the outsider this looks like the undoubted highlight of the industry conference it is crowbarred into, thrillingly entitled World of Concrete, and is apparently known as the “Super Bowl of Masonry”. It involves two-man teams attempting to build a 26ft 8in, double wythe brick wall over the course of a single hour. The biggest wall wins, though “a team’s final brick count may be adjusted down if judges detect workmanship infractions”.

This sounds like exactly the event José Mourinho has been working towards in recent years, his career having turned into an exercise in putting up barriers both on the pitch and off it, ending up with something curiously like a double wythe wall in that observers increasingly discerned a big gap in the middle where something meaningful might have been. Less promisingly, his final months at Old Trafford were practically littered with workmanship infractions.

Football, like most sports, is an inherently competitive endeavour, but as the Bricklayer World Championship suggests, increasingly there is nothing humans will not turn into some kind of battle. Witness the first of this month’s cookery-related contests, the 2019 World Championship Scotch Pie Awards, whose winners will be announced on 15 January. It takes a bit of cheek to apply the word “world” to a competition with three English finalists, 47 from Scotland and none from anywhere else, or to associate it with 2019 when the pies were both cooked and judged last November, but this is the world we live in.

The Coupe du Monde de la Patisserie is a step up in seriousness. Teams from 21 countries will head to Lyon this month to create a range of frozen and baked morsels over 10 hours of remorseless kitchen-based action. This year among the required products is a honey biscuit, included because, according to the event’s president, Philippe Rigollot: “We considered it fitting to use the fame of the Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie to further a cause as noble and important as the defence of bees, who are true sentinels of our environment.” This is a noble goal, though whoever decided a good way to further the cause of bees would be to steal their honey and use it to make biscuits was almost certainly more interested in biscuits than bees. Still, these aren’t the World Beekeeping Awards – we’ve got to wait until September for those.

Barca vs Levante

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Levante welcome La Liga champions Barcelona on Thursday, when the pair clash in the first leg of their Copa del Rey round-of-16 tie.

The Estadio Ciudad de Valencia crowd will be hoping for a change in fortune in the cup after a run of one win in their last five league games. Success in the Copa del Rey also opens the gates to the UEFA Europa League for the winners.

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However, the home side have never won the tournament, while Barca have lifted the trophy 30 times.

Time: 8:30 p.m. (GMT)/3:30 p.m. (ET)

Date: Thursday, Jan. 10

TV Info: BeIN Sports (USA)

Live Stream: BeIN Sports Connect, fuboTV (USA)

Odds: Levante win: 13-2, Draw: 5-1, Barca win: 1-3

Odds courtesy of Oddschecker.

Barcelona’s dominance in the Copa del Rey is unrivalled, and they have won the last four tournaments at a canter, including the 5-0 demolition of Sevilla in the final last year.

Levante’s best cup run was a semi-final appearance in 1935, and they have spent most of their history plying their trade outside of the top flight.

A win in this competition would be the greatest triumph in their 109-year history. Levante will be keen to match the previous success of local rivals Valencia but are consistently left in the shadow of Los Che.

Barca are five points clear at the top of La Liga and will surely rotate their squad for the 185-mile journey down the east coast.

Levante are in 10th place, but a cup run might be viewed as an unnecessary distraction as they bid to maintain their La Liga status.

The two sides crossed swords in the league in December, with a Lionel Messi hat-trick helping Barca to a 5-0 win on the road.

Levante failed to deal with the potency of the Catalan attack and a repeat will see Barca cruise through without concern over the second leg.

Messi could be given the night off by manager Ernesto Valverde, offering Levante a better chance of resisting a huge deficit before they travel to the Camp Nou.

A number of youngsters could be given rare outings by Valverde, with a changed Barca side winning in the previous round against Leonesa in December.

Barca ran out 4-1 winners in the second leg, with the squad’s reserve talents taking centre stage.

Barcelona vs Levante

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Levante welcome La Liga champions Barcelona on Thursday, when the pair clash in the first leg of their Copa del Rey round-of-16 tie.

The Estadio Ciudad de Valencia crowd will be hoping for a change in fortune in the cup after a run of one win in their last five league games. Success in the Copa del Rey also opens the gates to the UEFA Europa League for the winners.

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However, the home side have never won the tournament, while Barca have lifted the trophy 30 times.

Time: 8:30 p.m. (GMT)/3:30 p.m. (ET)

Date: Thursday, Jan. 10

TV Info: BeIN Sports (USA)

Live Stream: BeIN Sports Connect, fuboTV (USA)

Odds: Levante win: 13-2, Draw: 5-1, Barca win: 1-3

Odds courtesy of Oddschecker.

Barcelona’s dominance in the Copa del Rey is unrivalled, and they have won the last four tournaments at a canter, including the 5-0 demolition of Sevilla in the final last year.

Levante’s best cup run was a semi-final appearance in 1935, and they have spent most of their history plying their trade outside of the top flight.

A win in this competition would be the greatest triumph in their 109-year history. Levante will be keen to match the previous success of local rivals Valencia but are consistently left in the shadow of Los Che.

Barca are five points clear at the top of La Liga and will surely rotate their squad for the 185-mile journey down the east coast.

Levante are in 10th place, but a cup run might be viewed as an unnecessary distraction as they bid to maintain their La Liga status.

The two sides crossed swords in the league in December, with a Lionel Messi hat-trick helping Barca to a 5-0 win on the road.

Levante failed to deal with the potency of the Catalan attack and a repeat will see Barca cruise through without concern over the second leg.

Messi could be given the night off by manager Ernesto Valverde, offering Levante a better chance of resisting a huge deficit before they travel to the Camp Nou.

A number of youngsters could be given rare outings by Valverde, with a changed Barca side winning in the previous round against Leonesa in December.

Barca ran out 4-1 winners in the second leg, with the squad’s reserve talents taking centre stage.

Sevilla vs Athletic Bilbao

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Which famous Spanish side will progress through to the last 8?

Athletic have won the Copa 23 times; Sevilla have lifted the famous old trophy 5 times, but one side’s dream will come to an end here.

Athletic have had a miserable season so far.

They’ve won just three league matches all season long and sacked their manager last month.

However, one of those wins did come on Monday night, against Celta in Vigo, which saw them climb out of the relegation zone.

Sevilla meanwhile are in a title race at the top of the table.

They drew 1-1 with Atlético Madrid at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán on Saturday to remain 2 points behind Atleti and 7 behind league leaders Barcelona.

In the last round, Athletic beat Huesca 8-0 and Sevilla narrowly beat Villanovense 1-0.

Sevilla will fancy their chances of leaving San Mamés with the advantage.

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