|Born||August 19, 1998|
|Height||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Playing position||Right wing/back|
|Current club||RK Vardar 1961|
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Tomislav Jagurinovski (Macedonian : Томислав Јагуриновски) (born 19 August 1998) is a Macedonian handball player who plays for RK Vardar 1961 and the Macedonian national team.
He participated at the 2017 Men's Junior World Handball Championship.
ŽRK Metalurg is a women's handball club from Skopje, North Macedonia. The team currently competes in the Macedonian women's First League of Handball and in the EHF Women's Champions League.
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RK Tekstilec is a team handball club from Štip, Republic of Macedonia. They won the Macedonian First Handball League in the 2011-12 season and got promoted to the VIP Super League.
The International Cinematographers Film Festival "Manaki Brothers" is an annual international film festival organized by the Macedonian Film Professionals Association (MFPA). The festival is held in Bitola, the town where most of the activities of the Aromanian brothers Yanaki and Milton Manaki were organized. They were the filmmakers, who in 1905 filmed in Avdela the first motion pictures in the Ottoman Balkans. Each year the festival is supported by the Ministry of Culture of Macedonia and the President of North Macedonia. The award of the festival is Camera 300 that given to the year's best motion pictures chosen by the festival's film committee. The Manaki Film Festival has been hosted at the Center of culture, with screenings at the Big Hall, located in the center of Bitola and has been attended by celebrities such as Michael York, Charles Dance, Victoria Abril, Daryl Hannah, Catherine Deneuve, Isabelle Huppert, Julliette Binoche, Aleksei Serebryakov, Bruno Ganz, Claudia Cardinale, Fatih Akin.
Darko Dimitrievski is a Macedonian handball player who plays for Liberbank Cantabria Sinfín and for the North Macedonia national handball team.
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Lazar "Grk" Lečić is a retired Yugoslav-Macedonian professional basketball coach and player born. He is considered as founder of Macedonian basketball, who had a huge role in the exit of Macedonian basketball clubs in Europe in the 70's and 80's. Lecic is also responsible for founding and organizing the youth basketball schools in both Macedonia and Greece. In his lifelong odyssey he has won many prestigious awards such as "Giant" of the Macedonian Olympic Committee (2002), "Giant" of the Basketball Federation of Macedonia, "11th of October, 13th of November, 8th of September, Zlatna Bubamara among many others.
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