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So, I have a complete review of this article, but the USB that it's on isn't available to me right now. Until tomorrow, I'll make a couple quick comments.
- You're inconsistent between Santo Stefano and San Stefano, I've fixed that.
- You're inconsistent between RSC Köln and RBC Köln. I've fixed that as well.
- She didn't play for Santo Stefano, an island, she played for S. Stefano Sport, which is on the island. Unless there's been a name change since she was on that team, I recommend we go with the name change I've made. There still is a link to the island later in the article.
Okay, here's something I haven't touched, I'm wondering if you can find a solution to. In something like this:
- "2005: Gold European Championships (Villeneuve d'Ascq, France)"
...the medal win runs into the tournament name. Is there any way that other article keep this more visually separate, or is this standard?
Finally, Team of the Year: is this via the National Paralympic Committee Germany, or the German government? If the latter, is it team of the year (ie overall, versus any team in the nation), or parasport team of the year? -- Zanimum (talk) 21:44, 18 April 2014 (UTC)
- Die deutsche Rollstuhlbasketball-Nationalmannschaft ist erneut zur Mannschaft des Jahres in Deutschland gekürt worden. Die Leichtathletin Birgit Kober und der Tischtennisspieler Jochen Wollmert gewannen die Titel in den Einzelkategorien. "The German wheelchair basketball team has been named again to the Team of the Year in Germany. The athlete Birgit Kober and the table tennis player Jochen Wollmert won the title in the individual categories." So it is a national award, but there is a separate category for Paralympic teams. See here. Hawkeye7 (talk) 02:59, 19 April 2014 (UTC)
- Do the German and Italian clubs play in set leagues, or do they just compete in tournaments?
- The clubs play in leagues. These are divided into divisions, like many sports are in Australia. In Europe there is also a champions league for the top teams along the lines of the soccer's. Whereas the national team only plays tournaments. FIBA divides the world into the four zones, and the European Championships is the one for the European Zone. It is prestigious and sought after in its one right, whereas our Asia-Oceania Zone Championships are treated as more of a formality that teams need to meet in order to get into the Worlds. The German team have just finished a tournament in Turkey and are now on their way to the UK for the tri-nations against Japan and Britain. Hawkeye7 (talk) 22:09, 19 April 2014 (UTC)
- European championships or European Championships? The capitalization varies, are the championship called European Championships? Is there a longer formal name?
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