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Nick Miller

Nick or Nicholas Miller may refer to: Nick Miller weather forecaster born 1970, British weather forecaster Nick Miller wrestler born 1985, ring name for Australian professional wrestler Mike Nicholls Nick Miller Canadian football born 1931, Canad ...

                                               

Michelle Smith (disambiguation)

Michelle Smith is an Irish swimmer and 1996 Olympian. Michelle or Michele Smith may also refer to: Michele Smith softball born 1967, American softball player and 1996 and 2000 Olympian Michele Smith actress, American TV host Michele Smith politic ...

                                               

Balkisu Musa

Musa came fourth in the 1997 World Weightlifting Championships in the Womens +83 kg category. She won three gold medals at the 1999 All-Africa Games in South Africa. At the 1999 World Weightlifting Championships Musa lifted 252.5 kg total, winnin ...

                                               

Face Off

"Face Off", a song on Jay-Zs 1997 album In My Lifetime, Vol. 1 Face Off Brianna Perry mixtape, a 2011 mixtape by female rapper Brianna Perry Face Off Bow Wow & Omarion album, a 2007 collaboration album starring Bow Wow and Omarion Face Off Pastor ...

                                               

Grand National (disambiguation)

Welsh Grand National, a Welsh horse race Grand National Irish greyhounds, an Irish greyhound race Grand National greyhounds, an English greyhound race The second name of NASCARs Monster Energy Cup Series, which was known as the Grand National fro ...

                                               

2006 FC Spartak Moscow season

The 2006 FC Spartak Moscow season was the clubs 15th season in the Russian Premier League season. Spartak finished the season in 2nd position, qualifying for the 2006–07 UEFA Champions League Third Qualifying Round. In the 2005–06 Russian Cup, Sp ...

                                               

Shredding

Shredder Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, a supervillain in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise Shredders music group, an American hip hop group Shredder, a 1973 album by The Wackers "Shredder", a 1998 single by Christopher Lawrence Shred gui ...

                                               

NCAA tournament

NCAA Division I Mens Swimming and Diving Championships NCAA Mens Ice Hockey Championship, tournament determines the top mens ice hockey team in NCAA Division I and Division III NCAA Division III Mens Volleyball Championship, launched in 2012. NCA ...

                                               

Racers

Red Mountain Racers, a ski racing club Harringay Racers speedway, a motorcycle speedway team from 1947 to 1954 Akron Racers, a womens softball club Elgin Racers, a franchise of the International Basketball League London Racers, a British ice hock ...

                                               

Billiard

The specific game of English billiards a chiefly British, Irish and Australian usage Three-cushion billiards even more specifically, the most popular form of carom billiards worldwide the most common specific usage Carom billiards also known as F ...

                                               

Thunder Road

Thunder Road 1958 film, a crime film starring Robert Mitchum Thunder Road 2016 film, a short film by Jim Cummings Thunder Road, a fictional spaceship in Explorers, 1985 Thunder Road 2018 film, a comedy-drama starring Jim Cummings

                                               

Rolling Thunder

Rolling Thunder, a comics publishing company operated by Dave Dorman Rolling Thunder journal, an anarchist periodical Rolling Thunder novel, a novel by John Varley

                                               

Saturday Night

Irelands Saturday Night, an Irish sports newspaper Saturday Night magazine, a Canadian magazine Saturday Night Magazine U.S., a lifestyle magazine Saturday Night book, by Susan Orlean

                                               

Drag race (disambiguation)

Drag Race Thailand, Thailand version of the American show List of RuPauls Drag Race episodes RuPauls Drag Race UK, a UK version of the American show List of awards and nominations received by RuPauls Drag Race RuPauls Drag Race, an American reali ...

                                               

Kim So-hee

Kim So-hee or Kim So-hui may refer to: Kim So-hui taekwondo, born 1994, South Korean taekwondo practitioner Gim So-hui born 1996, South Korean alpine skier Kim So-hee singer, born 1995, South Korean singer Kim So-hee speed skater born 1976, South ...

                                               

Suvi

Suvi, Suvi or Shuvi may refer to: Summer 1976 film Suvi, a film based on the novel Suvi novel, a novel by Oskar Luts Sovu, a village and municipality in Azerbaijan Suvi, Astara, a village and municipality in Azerbaijan Suvi River, a river in west ...

                                               

Osornio

Osornio is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Erick Osornio born 1983, Mexican taekwondo practitioner Clemente Lopez de Osornio 1720–1783, Spanish military leader Saturnino Osornio 1896–1976, Mexican governor of Queretaro from 19 ...

                                               

Breakdown

Decomposition, the process by which tissues of a dead organism break down into simpler forms of matter Drop set, also called a breakdown, a bodybuilding and weight training technique Script breakdown, a step in the production of a play, film, or ...

                                               

Lars Karlsson (chess player)

From the late 1970s to the mid-1990s, Karlsson belonged to the top Swedish chess players. In 1992 he won the Swedish Chess Championship. Karlsson won silver medals in the national championship twice 1979, 1986 and a bronze medal once 1976. In 198 ...

                                               

Pony Express (disambiguation)

Pony Express film, a 1953 American film Pony Express TV series, a 1959–60 television series The Pony Express 1907 film, an American silent short film The Pony Express 1925 film, an American silent film by James Cruze

                                               

Bruiser

Bruiser album, a 2011 album by The Duke Spirit Bruiser band, an indie rock trio that features ex-Local H drummer Joe Daniels The Bruisers, musical pioneers of the Punk/Oi! genre

                                               

Mr. Universe

IFBB Mr. Universe, now the World Amateur Bodybuilding Championships, a male bodybuilding contest organised by the International Federation of BodyBuilding & Fitness IFBF NABBA Mr. Universe, a competition at the Universe Championships annual bodyb ...

                                               

Wu Di

Wu Di may refer to: Wu Di film critic and historian born 1951, Chinese film critic and historian Di Wu pianist born 1984, Chinese-American pianist Wu Di cinematographer, Chinese cinematographer

                                               

Canada Cup (disambiguation)

Canada Cup may refer to: The World Cup of Golf previous name Professional sporting events held in Canada: Canadas Cup, for match race yachting Canada Cup softball for womens fastpitch softball Canada Cup rugby for womens rugby union Canada Cup fl ...

                                               

Irwin 41 Citation

The Irwin 41 Citation is an American sailboat that was designed by Ted Irwin as a racer and first built in 1982. The design was bases on a custom boat designed by Irwin, named Razzle Dazzle, which won the Southern Ocean Racing Conference in 1982. ...

                                               

OTB

OTB may refer to: Orfeo toolbox, an open source library for remote sensing image processing Off-track betting, sanctioned gambling on horse racing outside a race track One True Brace, a software coding convention for formatting loops, functions, ...

                                               

Eight-ball (disambiguation)

8 ball, the black ball marked 8, in cue sports terminology Magic 8-Ball, a toy that resembles the pool ball and purports to predict the future Blackball pool, or 8-ball pool, a British game played with a yellows-and-reds ball set

                                               

Irwin 41

The Irwin 41 is an American sailboat that was designed by Ted Irwin as a cruiser and first built in 1982. The Irwin 41 is sometimes confused with the Irwin 41 Citation, a racing sailboat design also introduced in 1982.

                                               

Steve Cook (bodybuilder)

Steve Cook - is an American professional bodybuilder and former Mr. Olympia. He has won the title of Mr. Olympia twice, and has competed for American International Federation of Bodybuilding. Optimum nutrition athlete, spokesmodel, and contributi ...

                                               

Breaking

Ship breaking, a type of ship disposal Fracture, the separation of an object into two or more pieces under stress Breaking martial arts, a martial arts skill Structural integrity and failure, in engineered systems

                                               

Pentathlon (disambiguation)

There are many specific pentathlons consisting of certain sets of events. Indoor pentathlon, a combined sport of five track and field events Classic pentathlon, a mens Olympic event from 1906 to 1924 Modern pentathlon, a combined sport for modern ...

                                               

Frank Lynch

Francis Lynch 1920–1993, also known as Frank Lynch, politician Frank C. Lynch-Staunton 1905–1990, Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, 1979–1985 Frank Lynch Gaelic footballer born 1938, Irish Gaelic games administrator, manager and player Frank Lynch ...

                                               

Down

Down, County Westmeath, a townland in the civil parish of Tyfarnham, barony of Corkaree

                                               

2020 IFMAR 1:12 Electric Track World Championship

The 2020 IFMAR 1:12 scale Electric On-Road World Championship was the 20th edition for 1:12 radio-controlled electric on-road cars sanctioned by the International Federation of Model Auto Racing. It was run over two separate classes over five day ...

                                               

Luis Escobar

Luis Escobar may refer to: Luis Escobar swimmer born 1984, Mexican Olympian in 2008 Luis Antonio Escobar footballer 1967–1987, Peruvian footballer Luis Munive Escobar 1920–2001, Mexican Roman Catholic bishop Luis Escobar polo born 1971, Costa Ric ...

                                               

2020 European Motocross Championship

The 2020 European Motocross Championship is the 32nd European Motocross Championship season since it was revived in 1988. It includes 16 events and 6 different classes. It started at Matterley Basin in Great Britain on 1 March, and ends at Imola ...

                                               

Leon David Piasetski

For many years Leon David Piasetski was one of the top Canadian chess players. In 1970, he won the individual Canadian Junior Chess Championship. Piasetski was also a multiple finalist of the individual Canadian Chess Championship, winning, among ...

                                               

American Eagle

American Eagle Aircraft Corporation, an aircraft design and manufacturing company American Eagle airline brand, a brand name under which several regional airlines operate flights for American Airlines on a code sharing basis Envoy Air, formerly A ...

                                               

Cheetah (disambiguation)

Cheetah comics, a fictional supervillain in the DC Comics Universe Cheetah magazine, an early rock music journal

                                               

Playmaker (disambiguation)

PlayMaker Football, a 1989 video game for the Macintosh operating system "The Playmaker", a self-assigned nickname of retired American football player Michael Irvin NCRHA Collegiate Roller Hockey National Championships Playmaker, an honor given a ...

                                               

Bill Kitchen (inventor)

William "Bill" Joel Kitchen is an American inventor and business executive. Kitchen is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of U.S. ThrillRides, Inc. and Thrillcorp, Inc. Kitchen has a background in electrical engineering and initially put it ...

                                               

Master Blaster

Master Blaster band, a German dance band "Master Blaster", a 1996 song by Nikka Costa from Butterfly Rocket "Master Blaster Jammin", a 1980 song by Stevie Wonder Master Blaster musician, former Ugandan dance-hall musician "Masterblaster 2000", a ...

                                               

Katharine Webb

Catherine Berndt, nee Webb 1918–1994, Australian anthropologist Catherine Webb born 1986, English author Catherine Webb co-operative activist 1859–1947, British co-operative activist Kate Webb 1943–2007, Catherine Webb, New Zealand-born Australia ...

                                               

Susan Bradley-Cox

Susan Bradley-Cox is a triathlete from Paducah, Kentucky. She was named to the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame in 2011. She is the only athlete to be a member of Team USA who participated at the International Triathlon Union Age group Olympic-distance ...

                                               

Saman Ghanbarizadeh

Saman Ghanbari began his sports career as a child. Saman worked first in soccer and then in bodybuilding and achieved some success at county and provincial level. Motorbike was one of his favorite interests from a young age and he started working ...

                                               

Mantis (disambiguation)

MANTIS, "Main-belt Asteroid and NEO Tour with Imaging and Spectroscopy", a proposed NASA spacecraft that would flyby multiple asteroids.

                                               

Sean Murray

Sean Murray may refer to: Sean Murray, co-founder and director of Hello Games Sean Murray Irish republican, Irish republican from Belfast, Northern Ireland Sean Murray footballer, born 1993, Dundalk FC player and Irish youth international Shaun M ...

                                               

Sergey Skolskiy

Sergey Vladimirovich Skolskiy is a Russian powerlifter, Master of Sports of Russia, champion of Russia, four-time European champion in the open category, two-time world champion.

                                               

John Mann

John Mann musician 1962–2019, Canadian folk-rock musician and actor Johnny Mann 1928–2014, American composer and recipient of multiple Grammy Awards John Mann comedian born 1961, British comedian, writer and columnist John Mann engineer, guitar e ...

                                               

Nikolay Kuznetsov

Nikolay Kuznetsov may refer to: Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov, aircraft carrier built in 1991, named after the naval officer Nikolay Kuznetsov cyclist born 1973, Russian cyclist, brother of Svetlana Kuznetsova Nikolai Alexeyevich Kuz ...