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2007 World Cup

2007 World Cup may refer to: Snowboarding: 2007 Snowboarding World Cup Cyclo-cross: 2006/07 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup Golf: 2007 Omega Mission Hills World Cup Football soccer: 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada Skeleton: 2007 Skeleton World Cup C ...

2011 World Championships

2011 World Championships may refer to: 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships Alpine World Ski Championships 2011 Alpine skiing Cross-country running: 2011 IAAF World Cross Country Championships Athletics: 2011 World Championships in Athletic ...

2009 World Championships

2009 World Championships may refer to: Aquatics: 2009 World Aquatics Championships Alpine skiing: Alpine World Ski Championships 2009 Half marathon: 2009 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships Cross-country running: 2009 IAAF World Cross Country ...

Tima Belorusskih

Timofey Andreyevich Morozov, better known by his stage name Tima Belorusskih, is a Belarusian singer and songwriter. He began his solo career as Samzanov, before releasing his first single as Tima on 3 May 2017. His 7th single, Wet Sneakers, was ...

Maksim Nehoda

Maksim Nehoda is a Belarusian Greco-Roman wrestler. In 2020 he won the gold medal in the 63 kg event at the 2020 European Wrestling Championships held in Rome, Italy.

2019 Worlds Ultimate Strongman

The 2019 Worlds Ultimate Strongman took place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates between the 24th October-25th October. The winner of the inaugural worlds ultimate strongman Hafþor Julius Bjornsson did not partake this year due to taking a small brea ...

2019 Britcar Endurance Championship

The 2019 Dunlop Endurance Championship is a motor racing championship for GT cars, touring cars, sportscars and Production cars held across England. Cars compete in five classes with a cars class decided on horsepower, momentum, equipment, etc. I ...

Craig Richards (boxer)

Richards made his professional debut on 28 May 2015, scoring a first-round technical knockout TKO victory over a scheduled four rounds against James Child at the York Hall in London. He ended 2015 with a points decision PTS win against Scott Doug ...

2003 Hong Kong Sevens

The 2003 Hong Kong Sevens was an international rugby sevens tournament that took place at the Hong Kong Stadium between 28–30 March 2003. It was the 28th edition of the Hong Kong Sevens and was the fifth tournament of the 2002–03 IRB Sevens World ...

Hannah Taylor

Hannah Fay Taylor is a Canadian freestyle wrestler. At the Pan American Wrestling Championships she won the silver medal both in 2019 and 2020.

Iryna Koliadenko

Iryna Koliadenko is a Ukrainian freestyle wrestler. In 2019 she won the silver medal at the 2019 World Wrestling Championships held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan in the womens freestyle 65 kg event.

2020 ARCA Menards Series West

The 2020 ARCA Menards Series West is the sixty-seventh season of the ARCA Menards Series West, a regional stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR. It began on February 20 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Bullring with the Star Nursery 150, an ...

2002 London Marathon

The 2002 London Marathon was the 22nd running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 14 April. The elite mens race was won by Khalid Khannouchi of the United States in a time of 2:05:38 hours and the wo ...

Judy Bell-Gam

Judy Bell-Gam is a Nigerian former track and field athlete. She won the 100 metres hurdles for Nigeria at the first African Championships in Dakar in 1979 and also was Nigerias first winner in that event at the 1978 All-Africa Games.

Levan Saginashvili

Levan Saginashvili, also known by his nickname "Georgian HULK", is Georgian Professional Arm-wrestler. Levan is 7 Times World Arm-wrestling Champion, 6 Times European Arm-wrestling Champion, Top 8 2019 winner and The World Cup 2017 winner. After ...

Shawndell Winters

Shawndell Terell Winters is an American professional boxer. He has held the WBA-NABA heavyweight title since 2019. Winters had a late start to boxing, turning professional in the sport at 34 years of age. As an amateur, he competed at the Nationa ...

1980 Epsom Derby

The 1980 Epsom Derby was the 201st annual running of the Derby horse race. It took place at Epsom Downs Racecourse on 4 June 1980. The race was won by Etti Pleschs American bred Henbit at odds of 7/1. Ridden by Willie Carson and trained at West I ...

Ali Zand

Zand began karate at the age of four with Nosrat Karimi and continued the sport under Qasim Shahrjerdi. He is currently an undergraduate biology student at Shahid Bahonar Cultural University of Isfahan and has obtained his diploma in experimental ...

Tori Brooks

Brooks started playing basketball in the seventh grade at Pinewood Middle School. He was cut in eighth grade, then barely made his freshman team. As a sophomore, he played junior varsity sparingly, off the bench. But the coaches saw promise. Bein ...

Eleven Football Pro WFC

Eleven Football Pro Women Football Club, or simply EFP, is a Lebanese womens association football club based in Zouk Mosbeh, section of the homonymous sports academy. Founded in 2019, they compete in the Lebanese Womens Football League.

10bet

Founded in 2003, 10bet is regulated by Malta Gaming Authority and operated by Ocean Star Limited. The Great Britain business is licensed by the Gambling Commission. The Swedish business is licensed by the Swedish Gambling Authority. Company is al ...

Liga IV Iași

Liga IV Iași is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Iași County, Romania, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association and is competed amongst 16 teams, the winner is p ...

Har Us Nuur National Park

Har Us Nuur National Park covers a chain of three large lakes in the Great Lakes Basin of western Mongolia. The lakes, Khar-Us Nuur, Khar Lake and Dorgon Lake are bordered by marshes and reed-beds that are an important breeding sport for birds, o ...

Radanovici, Kotor

Radanovici is a small town in the Kotor Municipality. Town is also part and largest settlement of historical rural region of Grbalj at the coastal region of Montenegro. Town of Radanovici is located near the main road between Budva and Bay of Kot ...

MEA Championship

The Middle East-Africa Rugby League Championship is a rugby league football competition for national teams from the Middle East and Africa which is organised by the Rugby League European Federation. The first tournament was held in 2015 as a part ...

2020 MEA Rugby League Championship

The 2020 Middle East-Africa Rugby League Championship will be the third MEA Championship, following the 2015 and 2019 tournaments. The competition will be held in October 2020 at the Tuks Stadium in Pretoria, South Africa. The competition will se ...

Dario Costa

Dario Costa is an Italian professional air race, aerobatic, stuntman and flight instructor pilot from Bologna, Italy who raced in the Red Bull Air Race World Series under the Red Bull brand.

Aniekeme Alphonsus

Aniekeme Alphonsus first gained prominence when she became the overall best female athlete among schools and colleges in her native Akwa Ibom State, during the 2011 Mobil Schools Athletics Championship, where she represented her school, the Commu ...

Blades (disambiguation)

A blade is the portion of a tool, weapon, or machine with an edge that is designed to cut and/or puncture, stab, slash, chop, slice, thrust, or scrape surfaces or materials. Blade or blades may also mean:

2015 Mackay Cutters season

The 2015 Mackay Cutters season was the eighth in the clubs history. Coached by Kim Williams and captained by Chris Gesch and Liam Taylor, they competed in the QRLs Intrust Super Cup. The club missed the finals for the second consecutive season, f ...

Hamed Al Maqati

Hamed Al Maqati is a Saudi Arabian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Al-Ain on loan from Al-Hazem.

Golden Fighter Championship

The Golden Fighter Championship is a Romanian kickboxing and Muay Thai promotion founded in 2015 and based in Timișoara, Romania, that is owned by Alin Falcusan. It is the third largest kickboxing promotion in Romania, alongside fellow OSS Fighte ...

Ben Mary Muwanga

Ben Mary Muwanga is a Ugandan netball coach most notable for leading the She Cranes to the 1979 Netball World Championships in Trinidad and Tobago. She was also the national team coach between 1975 - 1985.

Naim Barhoumi

Naim Barhoumi is a Tunisian world champion of Bodybuilding. He has participated in several world bodybuilding competitions. He was also a very high level manager in the fitness club in Mantes-la-Villes, in the Yvelines, in the Paris region. Naim ...

Sioux Empire Conference

The Sioux Empire Conference was established on October 20, 1964, with Central Lyon Community School District, Sioux Center Community Schools, and West Sioux Community School District of Iowa as founding members, alongside Canton Public Schools an ...

Leftys

Leftys is a retail store on Pier 39 in San Francisco, specializing in products for left-handed people. It was opened in 2008 by Margaret Majua. However, the history of a left-handed store on Pier 39 dates back to 1975, with the opening of Left-Ha ...

National Coursing Club

The National Coursing Club also known as the Greyhound Stud Book is the national registration association for British Bred greyhounds and was formerly the national association for hare coursing in Britain.

National Soccer League Player of the Year

The National Soccer League Player of the Year was an annual soccer award present to the most outstanding player in Australias National Soccer League. The award was established in the NSLs first season in 1977 and it ran until 1989. The following ...

National Soccer League Under 21 Player of the Year

The National Soccer League Under 21 Player of the Year was an annual soccer award present to the most outstanding player in Australias National Soccer League under the age of 21. The award was established in the NSLs first season in 1977 and it r ...

Adelphi

The New Adelphi Club, a music venue in Hull, England Adelphi Cinema, former Art Moderne style movie theatre in Dublin Adelphi Theatre New York City, former theatre Adelphi Buildings, 18th-century apartment buildings in London designed by the Adam ...

Forsyth-Walton Building

The Forsyth-Walton Building is a historic building in the Fairlie-Poplar district of downtown Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Built in 1900 with renovations around 1936, it is one of the oldest commercial buildings in the area.

Dyckman Oval

Dyckman Oval was a sports venue in the Inwood section of the northern end of Manhattan, New York City. It was best known as a home for Negro league baseball, but was frequently used for other events, including boxing, wrestling, football, soccer, ...

Aldershot Ice Rink

Aldershot Ice Rink was an ice rink venue located in Pool Road, Aldershot, Hampshire, England. It was opened on 24 July 1987 and closed on 15 October 1991. Developed by Gaul & Company, Aldershots rink was built on a restricted site with limited ca ...

John Noel

John Noel may refer to: John Noel sport shooter 1888–1939, American sport shooter John Noel producer born 1952, British television producer and theatrical agent John M. Noel, American businessman John Noel 1702–1728, Member of Parliament for Rutl ...

Edward Greene

Edward Greene may refer to: Ed Greene fl. 1960s-1990s, American drummer and session musician Edward L. Greene 1884–1952, American football player and coach of football and baseball Edward Greene MP 1815–1891, British political figure, member of P ...

English Club of Pau, France

The English Club of Pau is a private social club also known in French as le Cercle Anglais. It owns and conserves a decorative arts and book collection listed as a French monument historique. The English Club’s mission includes an annual open hou ...

Simon Taylor

Simon Taylor may refer to: Simon Taylor footballer born 1970, Australian rules footballer who played for the Collingwood Football Club Simon Watson Taylor surrealist 1923–2005, British actor and translator Simon Taylor footballer born 1982, Austr ...

John Braithwaite

John Braithwaite may refer to: John Braithwaite the elder 1760–1818, engineer Sir John Braithwaite, 1st Baronet 1739–1803, Commander-in-Chief of the Madras Army John Braithwaite criminologist, criminologist at the Australian National University J ...

William Peters

William Peters may refer to: Bill Peters footballer 1898–1957, Australian footballer William Peters South African politician, Mayor of Cape Town from 1963 to 1965 William Peters journalist 1921–2007, American journalist and documentary filmmaker ...

John Logan

John Logan writer born 1961, American screenwriter and playwright John Logan, a fictional character in Ian McEwans 1997 novel Enduring Love and its 2004 film adaptation John Logan minister 1748–1788, Scottish poet and minister at Leith John Logan ...