Bettingexpert crowns TheTrollmanSha World Tipster Champion July 2, 2020 Related Articles Share Better Collective Spotlight: How Betarades.gr is driving engagement through YouTube July 30, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Submit Better Collective cautious on quick recovery as COVID drags growth momentum August 25, 2020 Better Collective has detailed the acquisition of Danish affiliate activities from Xperten Ltd and Xpert Ltd, including the SpilXperten brand, continuing the company’s long-term strategy.Stating a preference to build strong relationships within regulated and established European markets, the firm states that the acquisitions strengthens its place as “leading iGaming affiliate” and “market leader” within its home nation.Søren Kristensen, Co-Founder at Xperten Ltd & Xpert Ltd, commented: “It’s been really great developing and celebrating the achievements of our website portfolio over the past 11 years. “We’ve always had a good relationship with the team at Better Collective, and we are happy that we are able to hand over our successful products to a group with such a great track record and approach to the industry.”Over the course of the next twelve months both Xperten and Xpert are to remain involved with the acquired portfolio of sites, as they become integrated into the pre-established working systems for Danish products and sites at Better Collective’s Copenhagen office.Michal Kopec, Head of M&A at Better Collective, said: “After making a number of international acquisitions it’s a real pleasure to finalise a deal in Better Collective’s home country. “We have known the sellers for a long time, and we know they represent quality and values in perfect alignment with Better Collective. We are confident that we along with the founders can grow the great products in the coming 12 months, and beyond”Jesper Søgaard, CEO & Co-Founder at Better Collective, added: “We have always been strong in the Danish market, but acquiring the Danish activities from Xperten Ltd & Xpert Ltd makes us the unquestionable market leader here in Denmark. “Our long term M&A strategy has always been to further strengthen our position at the top of the European iGaming affiliate market. This tenth acquisition is another strong step for us in reaching this goal.”
2016 Ottawa Braves Invitational Ottawa, Kan. April 9, 2016 Drake Individual Women’s Results 100 Meters 2. Rai Ahmed-Green, 12.69 3. Mary Young, 12.71 4. Kaylen Rettig, 13.20 5. Destani Welch, 13.29 200 Meters 1. Rai Ahmed-Green, 25.35 5. Kaylen Rettig, 26.29 800 Meters 2. Meghan Kearney, 2:18.00 3. Laura Gann, 2:18.23 4. Kayla Giuliano, 2:21.91 7. Bailee Cofer, 2:27.15 8. Celeste Arteaga, 2:28.64 13. Shelby Varney, 2:35.96 1,500 Meters 1. Bailee Cofer, 4:48.43 5,000 Meters 4. Katie Berger, 20:41.86 100-Meter Hurdles 1. Destani Welch, 14.89 2. Virginia Hill, 14.93 3. Victoria Coombe, 15.58 400-Meter Hurdles 1. Virginia Hill, 1:01.40 2. Mary Young, 1:04.85 3. Victoria Coombe, 1:05.12 3,000-Meter Steeplechase 4. Theresa McAlister, 14:32.56 4×100-Meter Relay 1. Young, Ahmed-Green, Welch, Rolle, 49.25 High Jump 1. Jaclyn Aremka, 5-6 2. Taylor Patton, 5-1.75 Triple Jump 1. Taryn Rolle, 39-2.25 2. Kayla Bell, 38-10.5 Print Friendly Version 2016 Ottawa Braves Invitational Ottawa, Kan. April 9, 2016 Drake Individual Men’s Results 100 Meters 1. Pierce Vincent, 10.86 2. Aaron Chier, 11.19 3. Kendall Owens, 11.20 7. Nihad Ejubovic, 11.86 13. Demetrius Shelton, 13.09 200 Meters 5. Nihad Ejubovic, 23.32 13. Zachary Elkins, 24.92 400 Meters 1. Bas Van Leersum, 49.57 14. Zachary Elkins, 55.11 800 Meters 3. Josh Yeager, 2:00.09 5. George Webb, 2:01.40 6. Alec Bognar, 2:02.04 7. Chris Kaminski, 2:03.29 11. John Freeman, 2:04.61 1,500 Meters 1. Josh Yeager, 4:05.80 2. Ali Jandal, 4:05.95 8. Chris Kaminski, 4:17.06 110-Meter Hurdles 1. Hudson Priebe, 15.16 3. Dominic Lombardi, 15.46 400-Meter Hurdles 2. Hudson Priebe, 54.84 3. Dominic Lombardi, 55.17 6. Tyler Zak, 56.82 4×100-Meter Relay 1. Owens, Shelton, Chier, Vincent, 41.39 4×400-Meter Relay 3. Chier, Ejubovic, Elkins, Vincent, 3:24.97 6. Bognar, Webb, Freeman, Zak, 3:32.90 High Jump 2. Ryan Cook, 6-6 3. Forest Moses, 6-4 Triple Jump 2. Johnathan Osifuye, 46-7.25 3. Ethan Turner, 44-8 Hammer Throw 2. Michael Dolan, 168-10 OTTAWA, Kan. – The Drake University track and field teams resumed their outdoor season on Saturday, April, 9, with the bulk of the team competing at the Ottawa Braves Invitational.The Bulldogs took top honors in 12 events at the one-day meet and recorded a total of 43 top-5 finishes in the small field.”With the off weekend last week, this meet was just what we needed to get back into competition mode,” said Drake head coach Natasha Kaiser-Brown. “We faced some windy conditions, but the team looks to be in great shape and we’re looking forward to the Jim Duncan Invitational next weekend.”Michael Dolan (Lincolnshire, Ill.) uncorked a personal best of nearly eight feet in the hammer throw to finish second with a throw of 168-10. The Bulldogs Ryan Cook (Colorado Springs, Colo.) and Johnathan Osifuye (Woodbury, Minn.) were also second in the high jump and triple jump, respectively.Pierce Vincent (Fayetteville, Ga.) continued his strong season by winning the 100 meters in 10.86 and ran the anchor legs of the first-place 4×100-meter relay and third-place 4×400-meter relay.For the women’s team, Bailee Cofer (Overland Park, Kan.) turned in a personal best of 4:48.43 to win the 1,500 meters.In the sprints, Rai Ahmed-Green (Irvine, Calif.) won the 200 meters in 25.35 and took second in the 100 meters at 12.69. Later she ran the second leg of the team’s 4×100-meter relay that also took top honors.Jaclyn Aremka (Plainfield, Ill.) cleared a season-best 5-6 to win the high jump while Taryn Rolle (Nassau, The Bahamas) and Kayla Bell (Bolingbrook, Ill.) remained atop the standings in the triple jump in first and second, respectively.The Bulldogs return to Drake Stadium next weekend to host the annual Jim Duncan Invitational April 15-16.