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KlgftKlagenfurt (Austrian city)
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John Na Brown and Alexander Gogolev have now been the first ones to graduate in Klagenfurt.
At the centre of the city in a pretty square is the Dragon of Klagenfurt - a statue of a mythical beast that, according to Austrian folklore, slayed the young people of the city before it was killed by the brave young men who founded Klagenfurt.
Al Sultan passed then-leader, Briton Philip Graves, a mere five kilometres into the 42-kilometre run and eventually crossed the line in a time of 8 hours, 11 minutes and 31 seconds - a staggering nine minutes clear of Fontana and 15 ahead of Portugal's Pedro Gomes, who rounded out the Klagenfurt podium.
According to media reports, Haider's car ran off the road and overturned in the village of Lambichl, just south of his hometown of Klagenfurt, at about 1:30 a.
The majority of those arrests came in Klagenfurt and were mostly of German citizens, although Platter added that Austrians were also among those arrested, largely for minor offences.
CROATIA coach Slaven Bilic spoke of his pride after seeing his much-changed side continue their 100 per cent record at Euro 2008 with a 1-0 win over Poland in Klagenfurt.
Darijo Srna and Ivica Olic struck their side's goals as Croatia, who had only ever beaten Germany once before, produced arguably the first major upset of Euro 2008 in an entertaining encounter in Klagenfurt.
WE'RE ON OUR WAY: Croatia's Ivica Olic celebrates after scoring his side's second goal in Klagenfurt while, right, disconsolate German players leave the pitch reflecting on their 2-1 defeat.
Group D pacesetters Germany and Croatia will put their 100% records on the line when they meet in Klagenfurt, with the chance of all-but securing a place in the last eight for the victorious team.
Lukas Podolski netted both goals against the country of his birth to give Germany a winning start to their Euro 2008 campaign against Poland in Klagenfurt.
Germany's Lukas Podolski, right, scores his side's 2nd goal past Poland's goalkeeper Artur Boruc uring the Group B match against Poland in Klagenfurt, Austria Picture, MICHAEL PROBST/ASSOCIATED PRESS
After a taste of Salzburg's famous beer, once brewed by monks, it was back on board for a three-hour trip to Klagenfurt.