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Iza Zorec

Iza Zorec is a Slovenian rhythmic gymnast. On national level, she is the 2018 National All-around silver medalist and a three-time National All-around bronze medalist.

                                               

The Turkish harpist (Manuchehri)

Manuchehris Turkish harpist is a poem by the 11th-century Persian royal court poet Manuchehri. It is also known as Dar mahd-e Espahbad Manūchehr ebn-e Qābūs "In praise of the Espahbad Manuchehr son of Qabus", or Qasida no. 39 in the collected wor ...

                                               

Wigram (disambiguation)

Wigram may refer to: Lady Wigram Trophy, trophy formerly awarded there Wigram Museum, properly known as the Royal New Zealand Air Force Museum Wigram Airfield Circuit, motor racing circuit there Wigram Aerodrome, former Royal New Zealand Air Forc ...

                                               

1988 World Cup (mens golf)

The 1988 World Cup took place 8–11 December at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia. It was the 34th World Cup event. It was a stroke play team event with 32 teams. Each team consisted of two players from a country. 22 teams were qua ...

                                               

Puerta de San Vicente

The Puerta de San Vicente is a monumental gate located in the Glorieta de San Vicente in Madrid. Since 1995, it has occupied the space where the original door, designed by architect Francesco Sabatini, was located between 1775 and 1892.

                                               

Dean Botha

Born in East London, Botha was a right-handed player who reached a best singles ranking of 186 while competing on the professional tour and was based in Cape Town. Botha was a quarter-finalist at the 1989 South African Open, where he played as a ...

                                               

Paul Byrne

Paul Byrne may refer to: Paul Byrne, politician who ran in the Washington State Senate elections, 2006 Paul Byrne footballer, born 1986, Irish football player currently at Ballarat Red Devils Paul Byrne journalist born 1978, Irish journalist, for ...

                                               

U18

U18 or U-18 may refer to: Small rhombihexahedron Geometry Military German submarine U-18, a disambiguation page U-18, a Soviet World War II experimental self-propelled gun. An under-18 youth sport teams or competition, including: Association foot ...

                                               

Emmanuel Petrov

Emmanuel Petrov is an American footballer who plays NCAA Division I college soccer for UC Santa Barbara and semi-professionally for Tobacco Road FC in the USL League Two. Petrov is commonly known by his nickname, Manny. He led the Ravenscroft Var ...

                                               

Leonardo Rodriguez (disambiguation)

Leonardo Rodriguez is a former Argentinian footballer, who won King Fahd Cup and twice Copa America. Leonardo Rodriguez can also refer to: Miguel Leonardo Rodriguez, Venezuelan Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources 2013–2014 Leonardo Rodr ...

                                               

Xiaodong Sheng

Xiaodong Sheng is a Canadian badminton player of Chinese origin. At the age of 13, Sheng entered the Tianjin provincial team, and selected to join the Chinese national youth team in 2011. At the 2013 Chinese National Junior Championships, he clin ...

                                               

Eva Asderaki

Eva Asderaki, also known by her married name Eva Asderaki-Moore, is a Greek tennis umpire, who has umpired international tennis matches since 2001. She has umpired at all four Grand Slam tournaments, and in 2015, she became the first woman to ump ...

                                               

Iuri Leitão

Iuri Gabriel Dantas Leitão is a Portuguese road and track cyclist, who currently rides for Spanish amateur team Super Froiz. He competed in the 2020 UCI Track Cycling World Championships.

                                               

United States Championships

United States Championships or United States Championship may refer to: United States Open Championship, golf United States Road Racing Championship USA Indoor Track and Field Championships US Indoor Championships, womens tennis, 1907–2001 U.S. F ...

                                               

Welsh Camerata

The Welsh Camerata is a chamber choir of 25-30 singers based in Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, specialising in the performance of early music. The choir is constituted as a company limited by guarantee.

                                               

Patryk Tenorio

Patryk Tenorio is a Polish Colombian football manager. He is assistant manager of National Independent Soccer Association club Los Angeles Force. Previously, Tenorio was an assistant manager at Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros men’s program, San F ...

                                               

List of NATSIAA award winners

The Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award currently features seven main categories, the Telstra Award Winner, Telstra General Painting Award, Telstra Work On Paper Award, Telstra Bark Painting Award, Wandjuk Marika 3D M ...

                                               

1982 Benson & Hedges Cup Final

The 1982 Benson & Hedges Cup Final was a one-day cricket match between Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and Somerset County Cricket Club played on 24 July 1982 at Lords in London. It was the eleventh final of the Benson & Hedges Cup. Somerset ...

                                               

Can-Am (disambiguation)

Can-Am, or CanAm, is an abbreviation of Canadian-American. It may refer to: Can-Am motorcycles, founded in 1971, a division of the Canadian corporation BRP that produces motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles. Can-Am Center, an international study ...

                                               

Kiyou Shimizu

Kiyou Shimizu is a Japanese karateka competing in the womens kata event. She is a two-time gold medalist at the World Karate Championships and a two-time gold medalist at the Asian Games. She is scheduled to represent Japan at the 2020 Summer Oly ...

                                               

Maziar Elhami

Maziar Elhami Varmazani Persian: "مازیار الهامی ورمزانی" ‎, born June 16, 1981 in Kermanshah is an Iranian karateka. He also won the 2 Bronze medal in 2002 and 2012 world karate championshipsand and 4 Medal of Asian Championships. He began Karate ...

                                               

Sakura Kokumai

Sakura Kokumai is an American karateka. In 2019 she won the gold medal in the womens individual kata event at the 2019 Pan American Games held in Lima, Peru. She is scheduled to represent the United States at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.

                                               

2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship - Womens Singles

The 2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship – Womens Singles Broadbeach Bowls Club, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia from 23 May to 7 June 2020.

                                               

2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship - Mens Singles

The 2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship – Mens Singles Broadbeach Bowls Club, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia from 23 May to 7 June 2020.

                                               

2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship - Womens Pairs

The 2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship – Womens Pairs Broadbeach Bowls Club, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia from 23 May to 7 June 2020.

                                               

2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship - Womens Triples

The 2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship – Womens Triples Broadbeach Bowls Club, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia from 23 May to 7 June 2020.

                                               

2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship - Mens Fours

The 2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship – Mens Fours Broadbeach Bowls Club, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia from 23 May to 7 June 2020.

                                               

2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship - Mens Pairs

The 2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship – Mens Pairs Broadbeach Bowls Club, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia from 23 May to 7 June 2020.

                                               

2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship - Mens Triples

The 2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship – Mens Triples Broadbeach Bowls Club, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia from 23 May to 7 June 2020.

                                               

2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship - Womens Fours

The 2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship – Womens Fours Broadbeach Bowls Club, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia from 23 May to 7 June 2020.

                                               

Las Palmas (disambiguation)

Battle of Las Palmas, in 1595 during the Anglo-Spanish War Las Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival, an international film festival which takes place in Las Palmas CV Las Palmas, a volleyball team based in Las Palmas Province of Las ...

                                               

Three Rivers

in Australia Three Rivers, Queensland, a locality in the Shire of Cloncurry Three Rivers Station, a pastoral lease in the Mid West of Western Australia in Brazil Três Rios, a municipality in the state of Rio de Janeiro in Canada The Three Rivers, ...

                                               

Milky Way (disambiguation)

Milky Way, a 1999 television commercial by Volkswagen featuring the song "Pink Moon" Milkyway Image, a Hong Kong feature film production company

                                               

Side by side

Air Command Commander Side-By-Side, an American gyroplane design Side-by-side elements in pair skating Side-by-side seating, an alternative to a tandem or in tandem arrangement A type of refrigerator, in which the refrigerator occupies one side, ...

                                               

Field day

Field day may refer to: Club Day, an English community celebration Field Day Theatre Company, Northern Irish community theatre company Field Day, a 1991 episode of the PBS show Shining Time Station Field Day Anthony Phillips album Field Day amate ...

                                               

Powerlist 2020

The 13th annual Powerlist was judged by a panel chaired by Dame Linda Dobbs and published in October 2019; sponsored by J.P. Morgan & Co., pwc, linklaters and The Executive Leadership Council.

                                               

AAA vs MLW

AAA vs MLW was a professional wrestling supercard event, scripted and co-produced by the US based Major League Wrestling promotion and the Mexico-based Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide, in partnership with Promociones EMW. It was held at Auditorio Faust ...

                                               

National

Nation or country Nationality – a national is a person who is subject to a nation, regardless of whether the person has full rights as a citizen National distribution, a type of product or publication that is distributed across an entire nation, ...

                                               

Jannike Irene Ostby

Jannike Irene Ostby is a retired Norwegian cross-country skier. She made her World Cup debut in March 2000 at the Holmenkollen ski festival, finishing 45th in the 30 km. She collected her first World Cup points with a 24th place in the December 2 ...

                                               

Unni Odegård

Unni Odegård is a retired Norwegian cross-country skier. She competed at the 1993 and 1994 Junior World Championships, managing two 5th-place finishes. She made her World Cup debut in February 1995 at the Holmenkollen ski festival, finishing 42nd ...

                                               

Equestrian at the 1980 Summer Olympics – Individual dressage

The individual dressage at the 1980 Summer Olympics took place on 31 July and 1 August at the Trade Unions Equestrian Complex. The competition was split into two phases: Grand Prix Special 1 August Riders performed the Grand Prix Special test. Gr ...

                                               

SFL

Geo Super Football League, an inter-city football league in Pakistan Scottish Football League, a former association football league Southern Football League Scotland, wartime league Swedish Futsal League Southern Football League Tasmania, Austral ...

                                               

24 Heures

24 heures velo de Louvain-la-Neuve English: The 24-Hour Bike Ride of Louvain-la-Neuve, an annual bicycle festival held in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium 24 Heures du Mans, the French-language name of 24 Hours of Le Mans, an annual sports car race held ...

                                               

SVP

Shortest vector problem, the problem of finding the smallest non-zero vector in a lattice space Saturated vapour pressure, the pressure exerted by a vapour in thermodynamic equilibrium with its condensed phases at a given temperature in a closed ...

                                               

Thunderdome

Thunderdome is an arena for steel-cage jousting in the Australian post-apocalyptic film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, directed by George Miller and George Ogilvie. Thunderdome may also refer to:

                                               

Black Star International Film Festival

Black Star International film festival is a non-profit festival in Ghana founded by Juliet Asante in 2015. It is a festival celebrated annually to bridge the gap between African movie cinema and the global community of movie makers and focuses on ...

                                               

FFM

FFM may refer to: ffm, ISO 639-3 code for the Maasina Fulfulde language, spoken in western Africa Fox Family Movies, an Asian television channel Festival des Films du Monde Montreal World Film Festival Full face mask, alternate term for Full face ...

                                               

Gwendolyn Oxenham

Gwendolyn Oxenham, also known as Gwen Oxenham, is an American writer, filmmaker, and retired soccer player. She studied English and documentary filmmaking at Duke University, where as a soccer player she was the youngest NCAA Division 1 athlete i ...

                                               

Christina Ager

Christina Ager is an Austrian alpine skier. She won a bronze medal at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympics, won two medals at the 2013 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival and competed at the 2014 and 2015 Junior World Championships where her best pl ...

                                               

Great American

Great American may refer to: in buildings and structures: Great American Ball Park, a Major League Baseball park in Cincinnati, Ohio named for Great American Insurance Group Great American Tower, a high-rise office building in Phoenix, Arizona, U ...