Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Sweeps Men’s and Women’s Tennis Weekly Honors

first_imgFRISCO, Texas – Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s William Mottet and Carolina Bulatovic are the Southland Conference Men’s and Women’s Tennis Players of the Week, the league announced Tuesday. Southland Conference Players of the Week are presented by MidSouth Bank.Mottet went 3-0 in singles and 3-0 in doubles at the top-line position for the Islanders across four matches last week, while Bulatovic picked up three singles victories and a doubles win. A&M-Corpus Christi swept a doubleheader against Prairie View A&M 7-0 and 4-0 on the men’s side, and 7-0 and 5-0 on the women’s end. Both Islanders squads were victorious over UT Rio Grande Valley with a final tally of 6-1 for the men and 5-2 for the women.The A&M-Corpus Christi men (7-1) put their three-match win streak on the line in Houston against Rice and Elon at noon CT Friday and noon Saturday, respectively. The Islanders’ women (4-0) look to stay undefeated as they go on the road to face SMU at 4 p.m. Sunday.Men’s Tennis Player of the Week – William Mottet, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi – Jr. – Gargenville, FranceAfter losing the first set of an unfinished singles match against No. 8 Texas, Mottet claimed the next eight sets across his six singles and doubles matches to improve to 6-0 in singles play and 5-1 in doubles play this season.He defeated Prairie View A&M’s Xavier Lawrence (6-2, 6-3) and Jorge Juarez (6-2, 6-1) en route to a doubleheader sweep of the Panthers. Mottet closed his solo weekend play with a 6-3, 6-4 trimph over UTRGV’s Yehonatan Kaufman.Honorable Mention: Johannes Klein, New Orleans; Niko Moceanu, Abilene Christian.Women’s Tennis Player of the Week – Carolina Bulatovic, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi – So. – Dusseldorf, GermanyBulatovic came out on top of all seven sets she played last week, beginning with a pair of wins over Prairie View A&M’s Lucia Garcia at the No. 1 position. Bulatovic and partner Mariya Shumeika handled the Panthers’ top-line doubles team with ease, posting a 6-2 victory.In her final match of the weekend, Bulatovic went up against UTRGV’s Doris Aleksovska at the No. 2 slot and edged her opponent 7-5 in set two to improve to a perfect 4-0 in 2019. Honorable Mention: Trang Dao, New Orleans; Judit Castillo Gargallo, Northwestern State; Marli Van Heerden, Central Arkansas; Putri Insani, Southeastern Louisiana.Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on at least 25 percent of ballots.last_img read more

Bearkats’ Sahaja Yamalapalli Voted Women’s Tennis Player of the Year

first_imgNew Orleans’ Ank Vullings and Trang Dao were named to the second team at the top-line. The Islander duo of Kato and Kageyama and Sam Houston State’s Karla De La Luz Montalvo and Petra Kaszas rounded out the second team. First-Team SinglesNo. 1 Sahaja Yamalapalli, Sam Houston StateNo. 2 Fuka Nonoyama, Central ArkansasNo. 3 Rhea Verma, Northwestern StateNo. 4 Lusine Chobanyan, Sam Houston StateNo. 5 Allison Stewart, Abilene ChristianNo. 6 Illeana Mocciola, Abilene Christian Texas A&M-Corpus Christi sophomore Kei Kato is the Newcomer of the Year. Kato recorded a 6-3 record this Southland season at the No. 2 singles flight and posted a 7-3 mark at second-line doubles alongside partner Myu Kageyama. The duo was named to the all-conference second team, and Kato earns honorable mention honors for her solo efforts. First-Team DoublesNo. 1 Marli Van Heerden/Chunxi Xin, Central ArkansasNo. 2 Mei Ishimura/Yada Vasupongchai, Central ArkansasNo. 3 Emilija Dancetovic/Judit Castillo Gargallo, Northwestern State Sam Houston State and Abilene Christian led the way with two each on the first team. Yamalapalli was joined by teammate Lusine Chobanyan. The Wildcats are represented by Allison Stewart and Illeana Mocciola at the No. 5 and 6 positions, respectively. Central Arkansas’ Fuka Nonoyama and Northwestern State’s Rhea Verma rounded out the top squad at the No. 2 and 3 flights. 2019 All-Southland Conference Women’s Tennis Teams and Individual Awards Leading Abilene Christian to its first Southland title in program history, John Walker was voted the Coach of the Year. The Wildcats finished the year 10-1 in Southland action, marking the program’s first-ever 10-win conference season. His team earned the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Southland tournament. Central Arkansas’ Chunxi Xin, who was a dominant force all season at the No. 1 singles line, is Freshman of the Year. Xin’s 8-3 record earned her a  place on the all-conference second team. A two-time Southland Conference Player of the Week, she took home first-team doubles honors after her and Marli Van Heerden registered an 8-2 record. Six Southland teams are represented on the all-conference teams. Sam Houston State, Central Arkansas and Northwestern State paced the league with four total selections, followed by Texas A&M-Corpus Christi with three. Abilene Christian garnered two first-team singles selections, and New Orleans has one second-team doubles pair. Second-Team DoublesNo. 1 Ank Vullings/Trang Dao, New OrleansNo. 2 Kei Kato/Myu Kageyama, Texas A&M-Corpus ChristiNo. 3 Karla De La Luz Montalvo/Petra Kaszas, Sam Houston StateHonorable Mention DoublesNo. 1 Jasmin Buchta/Amelie Vossgaetter, LamarNo. 2 Ceci Mercier/Vicky Scholz, Southeastern LouisianaNo. 3 Flory Bierma/Katya Cornejo, Southeastern Louisiana First serve of the 2019 Southland Women’s Tennis Tournament is set for 10 a.m. CT Thursday at the Thomas J. Henry Tennis Center in Corpus Christi, Texas. The championship match has a 2 p.m. start for Saturday. FRISCO, Texas – Sam Houston State’s Sahaja Yamalapalli is the 2019 Southland Conference Women’s Tennis Player of the Year, the league announced Tuesday along with its all-conference teams. All yearly awards are presented by Ready Nutrition. Yamalapalli went 10-1 in singles and helped the Bearkats to a 7-4 record in conference play en route to clinching the No. 4 seed in the 2019 Southland Women’s Tennis Tournament. She is a first-team selection for singles action and the first Sam Houston State women’s tennis student-athlete to be named Player of the Year in a decade (Irina Sotnikova, 2009). Second-Team SinglesNo. 1 Chunxi Xin, Central ArkansasNo. 2 Isidora Zivkovic, Sam Houston StateNo. 3 Camille Townsend, Texas A&M-Corpus ChristiNo. 4 Mariya Shumeika, Texas A&M-Corpus ChristiNo. 5 Ela Iwaniuk, Northwestern StateNo. 6 Judit Castillo Gargallo, Northwestern StateHonorable Mention SinglesNo. 1 Putri Insani, Southeastern LouisianaNo. 2 Kei Kato, Texas A&M-Corpus ChristiNo. 3 Sanja Jolic, LamarNo. 4 Jordan Henry, Abilene ChristianNo. 5 Yada Vasupongchai, Central ArkansasNo. 6 Maria Maldonado, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi The Islanders and Demons each placed two on the second team, accounting for lines 3-6. A&M-Corpus Christi’s Camille Townsend and Mariya Shumeika were named to the No. 3 and 4 slots, and Northwestern State’s Ela Iwaniuk and Judit Castillo Gargallo took positions 5 and 6. Sam Houston State’s Isidora Zivkovic was the No. 2 flight honoree. Player of the Year: Sahaja Yamalapalli, Sam Houston StateFreshman of the Year: Chunxi Xin, Central ArkansasNewcomer of the Year: Kei Kato, Texas A&M-Corpus ChristiCoach of the Year: John Walker, Abilene Christian Central Arkansas had two doubles teams voted to the first team; the pair of Van Heerden and Xin at the top flight and Mei Ishimura and Yada Vasupongchai at the No. 2 slot. They were joined on the first team by Northwestern State’s Emilija Dancetovic and Judit Castillo Gargallo.last_img read more

Abilene Christian Will Face Host Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in Title Match

first_imgNo. 1 Abilene Christian 4, No. 4 Nicholls 0 (Box Score)ACU cruised to the doubles point as the duos of Jackson Fine and Cole Lawson at No. 2 and Niko Moceanu and Riley Tran at No. 3 came out on top for the Wildcats. Fine and Lawson jumped out to a 5-0 advantage and, after dropping game six, put Moceanu and Tran in position to secure the doubles point with a 6-3 win. The brothers Sheehy, Josh and Jon, swept their Colonel counterparts in straight sets, and Freshman of the Year Dimitris Azoides secured the win while only surrendering two games in a 6-0, 6-2 victory. No. 2 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 4, No. 3 Incarnate Word 2 (Box Score)UIW got off on the right foot in doubles with Paco Bendana and Caleb Dyer bouncing back from down 4-3 on No. 2 doubles and winning three-straight games to top William Mottet and Thomas Rodrigues Lopes 6-4. With the first and third-line doubles knotted up at 5-5, the Islanders would edge the top-flight match 7-5 and rode an electric atmosphere to a 7-5 tiebreak victory to win 7-6 at No. 3 doubles. A&M-Corpus Christi and UIW traded a pair of singles wins to make it 3-2, and Kyohei Yamanaka earned the match-winning point, topping Dyer 7-5 and 6-4. In the regular season, Abilene Christian edged the Islanders 5-2 in Abilene. The Southland Conference Men’s Tennis Championship is slated for 10 a.m. Saturday morning at the Thomas J. Henry Tennis Center in Corpus Christi, Texas.center_img CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS – Saturday’s Southland Conference Men’s Tennis Tournament championship match will pit a perennial title match participant against a rookie as Texas A&M-Corpus Christi makes its seventh-straight championship match appearance, against Abilene Christian. The Wildcats secured a spot in their first-ever title match on Friday.last_img read more

Northwestern State’s Smith, Jones Sweep Weekly Baseball Honors

first_imgHitter of the Week – Tyler Smith, Northwestern State – Junior – Outfielder – Franklinton, La.Smith tied the single-game program record with three home runs off the Razorbacks in a 10-7 win that gave Northwestern State its first season of multiple wins against SEC teams since 2001. All three of Smith’s two-run home runs came with two outs, including a game-tying shot in the third inning. Smith posted a career-best evening with three home runs in a 10-7 upset of then No. 6 Arkansas. Over the weeknd, Smith extended his streak of reaching base safely to 12 games with four hits and three walks in a conference series against Stephen F. Austin, bringing his weekly slash line to .471/.565/1.059. Honorable Mention: Noah Cameron, Central Arkansas; Corey Gaconi, Southeastern Louisiana; Alex Palmer, Stephen F. Austin; Parker White, Nicholls. Honorable Mention: Brennan Breaud, Southeastern Louisiana; Ryan Flores, UIW; Hunter Hearn, Sam Houston State. Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots. Riding a season-long six-game hit streak, he hit safely in all five games this week and reached base at least twice in all but one of the five games last week. Smith drove in the Demons’ first run in Saturday’s 7-0 win over Stephen F. Austin and had a two-out RBI single to give NSU a 2-0 lead in Sunday’s series finale.center_img Northwestern State begins a seven-game homestand against Louisiana Tech at 6 p.m. CT on Tuesday before hosting Grambling for a three-game weekend series, beginning with a 6:30 p.m. first pitch on Friday. Pitcher of the Week – Nathan Jones, Northwestern State – Senior – Pitcher – Shreveport, La.Jones extended his scoreless innings streak to 18 and now has a 3-1 record with 23 strikesout and a 0.90 ERA over his last 30 innings. The senior hurler scattered three hits over the first four innings but retired 12 straight after giving up a leadoff single in the fourth. The Demons were able to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Lumberjacks thanks to the complete-game performance of Jones, who got the nod in Saturday’s 7-0 win over SFA. Improving to 6-2 on the year, the Shreveport, La., native threw his second-consecutive complete-game shutout, dropping his ERA to 2.14 on the year. FRISCO, Texas – Northwestern State outfielder Tyler Smith is the Southland Conference Hitter of the Week and teammate Nathan Jones is the Pitcher of the Week, the league announced Monday. Southland Conference Players of the Week are presented by MidSouth Bank.last_img read more


first_imgRIVER BOYNE & CATAPULT HEAD SATURDAY’S GRADE I, $400,000  FRANK E. KILROE MILE ON SANTA ANITA LAWN FIRST POST TIME FOR 10-RACE PROGRAM SATURDAY SET FOR 1 P.M. ARCADIA, Calif. (March 27, 2019)–Although he was the beaten favorite in his most recent start, Irish-bred River Boyne, who has won six out of his seven career turf starts at Santa Anita, will vie for favoritism in Saturday’s Grade I Frank E. Kilroe Mile (turf) with Kentucky-bred Catapult, who should relish a return to firm ground for John Sadler.  The Kilroe, one of four graded stakes on Saturday, has attracted a field of six older horses.RIVER BOYNEOwner:  Red Baron’s Barn, LLC & Rancho TemescalTrainer:  Jeff MullinsA game head winner of the Grade II Mathis Brothers Mile two starts back on Dec. 26, this 4-year-old colt was forced to steady a furlong out in the Grade III, one mile turf Thunder Road on Feb. 9, and finished fourth, beaten 1 ¼ lengths as the 3-5 favorite on a turf course that was listed as “good.”  With regular rider Flavien Prat away to ride in Dubai, Drayden Van Dyke will try his hand for the first time on River Boyne, who has three wins and a second from five starts at one mile on turf.CATAPULTOwner:  Woodford Racing, LLCTrainer:  John SadlerA winner of two Grade II turf stakes three and four starts back at Del Mar this past summer, this 6-year-old full horse by Kitten’s Joy was a close second in the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Mile two starts back on Nov. 3 at Churchill Downs.  Keen in the early stages, Catapult finished fourth, beaten 4 ½ lengths over a yielding turf going 1 3/16 miles in the Grade I Pegasus World Cup Turf Invitational on Jan. 26 at Gulfstream Park.  The leading money earner in the field with $1,448,359, Catapult, who will be making his 18thcareer start, is 10-3-4-1 at one mile on turf.OHIOOwner:  Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners & Bruce TreitmanTrainer:  Michael McCarthyClaimed for $50,000 six starts back on June 10 and a subsequent $28,000 claiming winner in his next start on Aug. 19, this 8-year-old Brazilian-bred gelding is enjoying a resurgence of late, with his most recent start resulting in a close second place finish in the Grade III Thunder Road Stakes here on Feb. 9, which came on the heels of a 6 ½ length tally in a minor one mile turf stakes at Turf Paradise Jan. 12.THE GRADE I FRANK E. KILROE MILE WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 5 of 10  Approximate post time 3 p.m. PTHunt–Brice Blanc–120Ohio–Ruben Fuentes–120Desert Stone–Geovanni Franco–120Catapult–Drayden Van Dyke–122Next Shares–Kent Desormeaux–124River Boyne–Rafael Bejarano–122First post time for a 10-race card on Saturday is at 1 p.m.  For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.last_img read more

Juve plot swoop for Chelsea’s Kante and Palmieri as well as Spurs star Eriksen

first_imgJUVENTUS boss Maurizio Sarri is ready to return to London for a three-player raid on Chelsea and Spurs.Ilbianconero claims Sarri is keen on poaching N’Golo Kante and Emerson Palmieri from old side Chelsea.5 Maurizio Sarri wants a reunion with N’Golo Kante at JuventusCredit: ReutersBut the Europa League winner has no plans to slow down, with Le10Sport claiming Tottenham contract rebel Christian Eriksen has been lined up for a free transfer to Turin at the end of the season.Sarri has made a fine start at new club Juventus, winning six games and drawing once to sit top of Serie A.However, Juve have scored less than Atalanta and Napoli, while conceding more than Inter Milan.And Sarri is determined to add more players to his squad to make sure there’s no chance of Juve losing their title any time soon.5It’s said that French World Cup winner Kante, 28, is high on Sarri’s shopping list after starring under the Italian last season.Sarri transformed Kante from a defensive midfielder into a complete all-rounder, and the pair could be set for a reunion at the end of the campaign.He is also keen on Chelsea teammate Emerson too, who he thrust into the side ahead of Marcos Alonso at the beginning of 2019.Emerson, 25, helped Sarri secure his first trophy in football by starring in the 4-1 Europa League final victory over Arsenal in May.And the Italy international would be ideal competition for Juve’s current left-back Alex Sandro, who is prone to injuries.5Sarri would also like a world-class playmaker to spearhead his new-look midfield diamond.Eriksen, 27, is available on a free transfer next summer after refusing to talks terms with Tottenham.And Juve will look to open negotiations in January, despite reported interest from Real Madrid.The Italians are even prepared to sweeten the deal by offering flop Adrien Rabiot to Spurs in exchange for the Dane’s coveted signature.Chelsea have no intention of selling either Kante or Emerson, but Frank Lampard is sure to be disturbed by comments from Jorginho’s agent claiming the midfielder is open to a Serie A return.Latest Chelsea newsLive Blogblues newsChelsea news LIVE – Latest updates from Stamford BridgeGossipGOING DUTCHChelsea ‘to grab Mbuyamba on free deal’ with defender set to leave BarcelonaCOURT ORDERKante ‘ordered to appear in court’ in £3.4m legal battle with former agentBRIDGE OF SIGHSChelsea stars ‘bored’ and Hazard suffered under Sarri, says ex-No2 ZolaGossipBERN IT UPMan Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea on alert after Bernardeschi reveals Prem plansLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea news LIVE: Latest updates and transfer gossip from Stamford BridgeOn the other hand, Spurs concede they have no chance of keeping Eriksen and are ready to cash in as they look to fund a £65million move for Sporting Lisbon’s Bruno Fernandes.Juventus may have to shift some players to make room for new faces, with Mario Mandzukic reportedly verbally agreeing to join Manchester United for £10m in January.But the Croatian could be replaced by Uruguay international Edinson Cavani, who will leave Paris Saint-Germain along with captain Thiago Silva on a free transfer next summer.5 Sarri also wants to return to Chelsea for left-back Emerson PalmieriCredit: AP:Associated Press5 Juve are looking to land Christian Eriksen on a free transfer from SpursCredit: AFPChelsea ‘alarmed’ at Ethan Ampadu’s lack of game time and could recall midfielder from RB Leipzig loanlast_img read more

Qingdao Huanghai renews its confidence in Juanma Lillo

first_imgJuanma Lillo will be in charge of directing the Qingdao Huanghai in his debut in the Chinese First Division. The Basque was confirmed today as a coach of the Shandong team, with which last season he achieved promotion to the Super League. After a fruitless stage in Vissel Kobe, Lillo arrived in Qingdao in August last year. He took the reins of a team that already occupied places of direct ascent and led him to reap six wins, a draw and a defeat in eight games, what the promotion and the title of the Jia League gave him. “After a friendly negotiation between the two parties, Qingdao Huanghai completed the extension of Juanma Lillo’s contract,” the Chinese club published in one of its official channels. The Spanish coach, who during his first stage in the Barca team had Yaya Touré and the Spaniards Yaki Yen and Joan Verdú, will have to reshape the squad with the aim of minimizing the impact of ascending to the elite of Chinese football. It will, of course, abiding by the new rules that govern the Super League, which include a new salary limit -3 million euros- and an extra place for foreigners – up to four may coincide on the lawn.Juanma Lillo, with experience in Spain, Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Japan, will have for its debut in the Chinese Super League a technical body full of Spaniards. At your service will be the assistants Iñigo López and Óscar Céspedes, the physical trainer Dani Acosta and the physiotherapists Jordi Escura and Érica Hernández.last_img read more

Barça’s business with Barry: could go for € 3M

first_imgThe transfer of the youth Louie Barry can become a round financial business for FC Barcelona. The English arrived this July from West Bromwich Albion in exchange for just over € 250,000 and now, only six months later, Aston Villa is willing to pay a millionaire transfer for the youth striker A.According to the English press, Birmingham club will pay more than three million euros for the striker to return to England. This transfer has unleashed, again, the wrath of West Bromwich Albion, quarry from which Barry left for Barcelona last July. The baggies denounce the transfer to the Villa after Barry refused to renew with them and left his academy for € 261,000, flat rate established by FIFA for the transfer of youth between foreign clubs, last July. These have raised their complaints to FIFA itself for what happened and is that, as they say from England, Barcelona has not yet paid this transfer when it is about to close the next one.Thus, Barry will close a brief stage in Barcelona leaving a good profit and several ‘controversies’ since his arrival. In addition to his departure and anger at West Brom, the PSG saw how Barry finally signed for the Catalans when he had already passed the medical examination with them.During his youth stage he did not have a great role. The player did debut in the Youth League with the Catalans but in the three games he played in this competition he left from the bench getting an assist in the 2-3 defeat to Slavia Prague.last_img read more

Something happens with João Félix

first_imgJoão takes this course four goals (Eibar, Mallorca and two to Lokomotiv) and an assist, against Leganés. Little baggage for a player of his enormous quality, although it is true that an ankle sprain stopped him when he was better and left him out of six games. And Simeone is still trying to strengthen him for his good and that of the team, although he is also usually one of the usual substitutes for his disgust. In the final against him Madrid started on tip next to Morata, although during some section it occupied the right band. They are the two positions that he has been playing since he arrived at the Metropolitan, although the Portuguese prefers to be closer to the area and less demanded in defense. In that sense he also explained the Cholo that would look for the formula so that fatigue does not punish the player and can be more decisive in attack.“Apart from talent, commitment is needed. When feelings appear because they are in Atlético, things go out alone. Each player needs his time”, explained the technician asked about the young crack before Barça-Atlético. The player did not find his best feelings in Arabia, although he tried hard. For this reason and because before the break, he made good performances and left great plays that show what he has, since the club has intact his faith in him, although there is some concern, as in part of the fans, hoping that in what The course is much more than a soccer player with sparks.The strong investment made has generated some impatience around the player and also that he is probably judged very severely. However, the forward is aware of his role and expectations and does not shy away from responsibility. From the locker room they warn that you only need a couple of goals and good games to break free and take away all the anxiety you may have. In Jeddah it could not be. Something happens with João, but he has time to dispel all doubts. The season is close to the decisive stretch and Atlético and its people expect the best of the crack that has excited most in many years … 7 No one doubts that João Félix is ​​a footballer with something special. Any fan, mattress or not, sees that when he catches the ball and tames it, he has an enormous talent that if it explodes can lead him to be a supercrack. But it is also true that in the Super Cup more was expected of him. On a stage to look, before two rivals of the highest level, he went virtually unnoticed. Details, some driving, good touches … but no real weight in the matches. Something happens with João, who at times has been seen with some disconnection, even apathetic. He is young (20 years old) and the confidence in him is full to help everyone to grow the football player, because there are still three titles at stake. But he has to punch the table.In the final he played 101 minutes and left a shot outside (crossed the ball too much after a Ramos fault) and another blocked. In the semifinal of Thursday he did not finish, although he participated in the 0-1 combination. But it really was not successful in most of the actions in which it is expected that, due to its quality, the play will improve. The focus that should be especially for him in recent weeks is being earned by Correa, A player who loses more balls and is more unpredictable, but is more electric, is being more decisive and, taking stock of each game, generates more danger to the opponent even starting from further back.last_img read more

Find out why IKEA puts such rare names on its products

first_imgHaving said this curious biographical data, the founder of IKEA decided to create a series of names with which to baptize their products and that today can still be used. Once the series was created, it grouped the different types of furniture and objects of the brand and associated them with a specific theme. Below you can see a list with the different groups of IKEA products and the theme to which it is associated.List of IKEA product names– Toiletries: Names of Swedish lakes and bodies of water.– Bed textiles: flowers and plants– Beds, cabinets and lounge furniture: Norwegian place names– Bookstores: Professions or names of Scandinavian children– Bowls, vases, candles and candlesticks: Swedish place names, adjectives, spices, herbs, fruits and berries– Boxes, wall decoration, paintings, frames and clocks: Swedish slang expressions, Swedish place names– Children’s products: Mammals, birds, adjectives.– Desks, chairs and swivel chairs: Scandinavian boy names– Fabrics and curtains: Scandinavian girls names– Garden furniture: Scandinavian Islands– Kitchen accessories: Fish, mushrooms and adjectives– Illumination: Units of measure, seasons, months, days, shipping and nautical terms, Swedish place names– Carpets: Danish place names– Sofas, armchairs, chairs and dining tables: Swedish place namesThis way of organizing the products of the famous brand attracts attention worldwide and now we know its origin. Even so, this technique sometimes varies, since if the name of a product is very similar to a word from another language, this product changes its name in that country. Although IKEA products are very different and varied, they all have something in common and they are the strange names that they give them. Although these types of words are known to Swedes, it can be very difficult for the rest of the world to try to name a simple shelf. It may seem that naming each of your products in such a peculiar way is meaningless. However, it has its reason.The founder of this popular Swedish company, Ingvar Kamprad, suffers from dyslexia and over the years has sought a method to help him fight with it. At one point in his life, he realized that nouns helped him remember products better than when using numerical codes. Image: iStockcenter_img The founder of Ikea was looking for a method against dyslexiaIkea products come together and they are associated with different themeslast_img read more